The following poems are from “Songs for the Witch Woman”, a collection of poems Parsons wrote to his wife Marjorie Cameron from 1949-1952, and Cameron continued to illustrate after his death. The collection was published in 1975, and again in 2014.
Included in the Archive’s collection of Parsons’ poems are two others, I Height Don Quixote, I Live on Peyote, published in the Agape Lodge’s publication “The Oriflamme” Vol 1, Iss 1, Feb 21, 1943; and the unpublished poem The Horned Moon.
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Songs for the Witch Woman:
The Witch House
I Height Don Quixote, I Live on Peyote
Note: The transcripts of these letters were sourced from the now-defunct babalon.net (viewable via webarchive.org) and contain the citation:
CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN JACK PARSONS
and His “Elemental”, Marjorie Cameron
Edited by Cameron and Hymenaeus Beta (Fra. Superior, OTO) ©1989 Marjorie Cameron Parsons Kimmel Revision 2
The typed manuscript notes are given a title page:
Letters of Jack Parsons to his wife Marjorie Cameron Parsons 5 Oct 1949 to 12 Feb 1950 (Typed by Jane Wolfe (Soror Estai) from the holographs in the possession of M C Parsons in 1954 and recopied from the typescript here in 1954)
Handwritten notations: “Letter #2 Admirable” ( 22 Jan 1950 assumed – Ed.) and below, “Are Extremely good“
Collected correspondence of Jack Parsons – some of which has been published by themselves or in collections, others in unpublished manuscripts.
LETTERS TO ALEISTER CROWLEY
CORRESPONDENCE TO JACK PARSONS