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About That Kinky Rocket Scientist Who Dabbled In Sex Magick, Which Tom Horn Tied To Hillary Clinton, The Podestas, And The Babalon Working

‘“A harebrained idea fit only for Hollywood films,” is how esteemed Caltech Professor Filip Mešulam (Rade Šerbedžija) describes Jack Parsons’ (Jack Reynor) desire to build a rocket capable of taking a man to the moon in episode two of Strange Angel, CBS All Access’ new series premiering this Thursday (June 14). It’s a description that might also apply to the life of Parsons himself, were he not a real genius who, in the ’30s, was responsible for numerous breakthroughs in the nascent field of “rocket science” while simultaneously dabbling in Thelemite occultism alongside his mentor and friend, Aleister Crowley. His is a story marked by groundbreaking research and out-there cultish beliefs and behavior, and in the hands of showrunner Mark Heyman (Black Swan) and director David Lowery (A Ghost Story), it proves an intriguing case study in ambition, experimentation, and self-actualization through sex magick. (READ MORE)

ALSO SEE: READ EXCERPT FROM TOM HORN’S “SABOTEURS” CONNECTING CBS’S “STRANGE ANGEL” TO HILLARY CLINTON, THE PODESTAS, AND THE BABALON WORKING


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