This suggests a form of Love that is ecological in its thinking, which is to say, a Love that considers the myriad relations and inter-workings between entities and energies on all planes of existence. Such a love is, of course, “hard work,” necessitating risk, failure and blindness, among other pitfalls, but also insuring potential union with “others” in ways that conventional ideas of love may not encourage. This more cosmic love stands in direct relation to an unknown, which is both fearful and catalyzing. It also interrogates the possessiveness, materialism and codependence – in a word, the fear – rampant in certain ideas of romantic love.

Babalon in the Flesh: Jack Parsons, Marjorie Cameron and Thelema,

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