Explore Title Marjorie, Card Marjorie, and more!

Explore related topics

“Songs for the Witch Woman” Uncovers True Love Story of LA Artist and Rocket Scientist - Los Angeles Review of Books

“Songs for the Witch Woman” Uncovers True Love Story of LA Artist and Rocket Scientist - Los Angeles Review of Books

Working Dwarfs~SVG-MTC-PNG plus JPG Cut Out Sheet(s) Our sets also include clipart in these formats: PNG & JPG

Working Dwarfs~SVG-MTC-PNG plus JPG Cut Out Sheet(s) Our sets also include clipart in these formats: PNG & JPG

Marjorie and the Magic Hat(adv), Soffa Soffa on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/KPWJ4

Marjorie and the Magic Hat(adv), Soffa Soffa on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/KPWJ4

Marjorie Cameron (1922 – 1995) ~ sketch from Songs of the Witch Woman  Then will you dare me, stinking and sardonic Who called me, soft and lovely, by my name? Embrace me then and feel my kiss demonic Shatter the glacier and reveal the flame.  Pan- John W. Parsons

Marjorie Cameron (1922 – 1995) ~ sketch from Songs of the Witch Woman Then will you dare me, stinking and sardonic Who called me, soft and lovely, by my name? Embrace me then and feel my kiss demonic Shatter the glacier and reveal the flame. Pan- John W. Parsons

Occultist father of rocketry 'written out' of Nasa's history: Jack Parsons was a founding member of Nasa's Jet Propulsion Lab, with some crediting him as being one of the "fathers of rocketry"...

Occultist father of rocketry 'written out' of Nasa's history

Occultist father of rocketry 'written out' of Nasa's history: Jack Parsons was a founding member of Nasa's Jet Propulsion Lab, with some crediting him as being one of the "fathers of rocketry"...

Cameron, West Angel, n.d., Graphite, ink and gold paint on paper, 23 3⁄4 x 36 3⁄4 inches. Courtesy of the Cameron Parsons Foundation, Santa Monica. Photo Credit: Alan Shaffer

Meet Cameron, The Countercultural Icon Who Bewitched Los Angeles

Cameron, West Angel, n.d., Graphite, ink and gold paint on paper, 23 3⁄4 x 36 3⁄4 inches. Courtesy of the Cameron Parsons Foundation, Santa Monica. Photo Credit: Alan Shaffer

Pinterest
Search