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The theme of Danny’s tee is Jack Parsons – a pioneer of American space exploration and one of the founders of JPL (sometimes dubbed “Jack Parsons Laboratory”) in the 1930s.  While involved with jet propulsion and creating fuel for multistage rockets, Parsons was also a card-carrying member of Aleister Crowley’s occult fraternity that experimented with sexual-magico techniques.  Assisted by an elemental/scarlet woman named “Candy Cameron”, one of the magical rituals Parsons engaged in (“The Babalon Working”) was specifically designed to produce a “moonchild.” The result was “Liber 49” – a magical transmission that Parsons believed to be a fourth chapter of Crowley’s “The Book of the Law.” Libertarian, philosopher, occultist, rocket engineer and explosives expert, Parsons died in an explosion from the highly volatile fulminate of mercury in his Pasadena garage in 1952. For his many contributions to the fledgling space program, the International Astronomical Union named a large impact crater on the far side of the moon after him in 1972.




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  • 5

    Posted by J on 23rd Oct 2023

    Great shirt, print quality is impeccable, shirt quality is great. Jack was a true American character.

  • 5

    Posted by Summer Cavalier on 12th Jul 2023

    My new favorite!! Tag removes easily, fits great, print is awesome.

  • 5

    Posted by Bill Goetchius on 28th Feb 2023

    This is a gift for a friend so I hope he appreciates it. But I love the design. Thanks,BillG

  • 5
    Parsons Crater T-Shirt

    Posted by Steven Easley on 7th Feb 2023

    Really great shirt! Already received multiple comments!

  • 5
    Another kick ass shirt

    Posted by Jessica Hutchinson on 1st Feb 2023

    Love Danny. Love Parsons. I don't think I could love this shirt more.

  • 5

    Posted by Sarah on 1st Feb 2023

    I love this shirt! It is high quality comfortable fabric and the design is awesome. I'll be buying some more for a few friends who also are fans of Danny.