|Painting on the cover by Rosaleen Norton|
'The Secret History of Twin Peaks' and in Frost's book he mentions rocket scientist Jack Parsons allegedly blowing himself up accidentally with rocket fuel where he was living and then friends finding the body and then worrying what to do about a big mural of a satanic looking Pan figure painted on one of Jack's walls.
I thought maybe that was what the picture on the front cover of 'The Dark Lord' was, but it turns out to be a painting by
"Bible said the challenge that Norton presented so frankly to society during the 1950s, still mirrored themes prevalent today.
“I think hers is a more contemporary story than people realise,” Bible said.
“Powerful, intelligent women are still persecuted today — our last Prime Minister was called a witch too.
“Rosaleen was also a pagan and her philosophy was to worship nature over the dollar — when has that idea ever been more important than today?”
Norton’s often-banned artwork graphically depicted otherworldly demons, gods and sex acts."
The green eyed goddess?!
You're not doing us green eyed people a favour there are you Rosaleen?-)
|Untitled work, Rosaleen Norton, with panther (symbolic of black magic) and other figures.|
|From 'The Secret History of Twin Peaks'|
|Rosaleen Norton - Artworks|
|A scene from 'Twin Peaks'|