Babalon Diaries # 10. The Author: Paul A. Green
This is Part 10 to a series of posts about my adventures during 2005, leading up to the performance of Paul Green’s play Babalon. The story is full of cloak and dagger, initiatory strangeness, chaos, and hysteria. It shows what can happen on the Magical path if one is not careful…
Directed by occultist, Alison Rockbrand, Babalon was performed on December 16, 2005, at the John Gielgud Theatre at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts to a sold out audience of London’s finest occultists and magicians. If you want to listen to it, click Radio QBSaul: Archives: Babalon. I played Marjorie Cameron/Babalon. I am called Angela Murrow because I had to hide my identity.
Do you ever wonder what it would be like to be a powerful Magician?
Rocket Scientist, Jack Parsons, was one.
Author, Paul Green, tells his story in the play Babalon and in the interview below.
Click the button below to stream Part 1. This is an mp3 of 1 hour and 5 minutes and is 30.1MB
Winterspells Interview With Paul Green: Part 1
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Stream Part 2 ihere: This mp3 lasts about 20 minutes and is 18.9MB
Winterspells Interview With Paul Green: Part 2
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(The download links are much faster. )
On this interview Paul discusses his discovery of Jack Parson’s story, bits of history about Jack Parsons, Aleister Crowley, L.Ron Hubbard, and Marjorie Cameron.
Also putting in an appearance: Montague Summers, Kenneth Grant, Kenneth Anger, MacGregor Mathers and Paul Green’s dad.
I hope you enjoy this fascinating interview.
Babalon Radio Podcast at Radio QB Saul
If you want to listen to podcasts of our December 5, 2005 performance of Babalon, the links are just below.
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Some of the books that Paul mentions in the interview can be found below. Just click the widget. It will take you to Amazon.
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