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In the countless bios that I've read of Aleister Crowley, Marjorie Cameron was almost a mere footnote, being associated with Crowley's American follower Jack Parsons.
In the meager writings by and about Jack Parsons Cameron was elevated somewhat to celebrity by osmosis, being that she was Parsons' 'scarlet woman' for a bit.
When Parsons died tragically in an explosion Cameron was not heard from again, by me anyway, and I yearned to learn about her life after Parsons.
This startlingly good bio from Spencer Kansa has put put Cameron back into the public eye.
I imagine that it's a daunting task to write a bio of a woman as mysterious as Cameron… Read more