Jack is finally booted from JPL, and Alfred is freed from jail.
Jack invites the military into the Parsonage, where he allows his personal life to be seen with clear eyes.
This is the odd tale of Jack Parsons, and his involvement with rockets, Hollywood, the military, and Aleister Crowley.
Adam MacDonald’s latest movie discusses mental illness and grief through a lens of modern witchcraft.
Aleister Crowley himself writes to Jack Parsons, inviting him to ascend to the next degree of Thelema.
As Jack begins resenting Thelema, Susan falls deeper into the clutches of the Grand Magus.
Richard goes to Washington while Jack has to remain home, causing a further divide between them.
Jack falls deeper into Thelema, as he and Richard split further apart. At the lodge, he has a vision of Nazis on the moon.
Jack goes back to the lodge with Ernest, causing trouble with his wife. And in the desert, he and the team begin new tests.
Jack and Susan go with Ernest and Maggie to the desert to camp. But Ernest has more psychedelic plans for himself and Jack.
Jack has to start being easier to work with if he wants to change the world. And Susan’s dying for a thrill in life.