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Jack Parsons: The Devil and the Divine 

In 1922 only one person, Jack Parsons, believed that we could send a rocket into space and conjure a demon. By 1952 he had done both. But all he cared about was the Scarlet Woman he had both summoned, and lost, Marjorie Cameron.

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Alice Troughton

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Sean Crouch, Aaron Mahnke (based on the podcast by) | 2 more credits »
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Episode cast overview:
Josh Bowman ... Jack Parsons
Alicia Witt ... Marjorie Cameron
Ian Gelder ... Aleister Crowley
Brian Caspe ... Frank Malina
Ryan Sampson ... Edward Foreman
Issy Stewart ... Dahlia (as Isabel Stewart)
Christian Howlings Christian Howlings ... Young Jack Parsons
Andrea Sebek Procházková Andrea Sebek Procházková ... Priestess
Viktor Musílek Viktor Musílek ... Male Acolyte
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In 1922 only one person, Jack Parsons, believed that we could send a rocket into space and conjure a demon. By 1952 he had done both. But all he cared about was the Scarlet Woman he had both summoned, and lost, Marjorie Cameron.

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19 October 2018 (USA) See more »

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The young Jack is seen writing with his right hand. But, the adult Jack is left-handed. See more »

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Introitus Requiem Aeternam
Written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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The Scarlet Woman
1 June 2019 | by 3Lina3See all my reviews

I don't understand what I've just watched. The script wasn't good and the story wasn't captivating. It was quite strange and poor. In the end, it was about neither demonds nor rockets.

I can only interpret it as a story about a man being trapped in myths about women as muses, tools, divine creatures of heaven and hell etc and never being able to realize that they're just human beings like him. I wish he could just read Simone de Beauvoir's ''The Second Sex'' before it was too late. That could save him his life according to this episode.

And yet again the cast looks nothing like the people they're portraying.


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