7 edition of James Shelby Downard"s the Carnivals of Life And Death found in the catalog.
by Feral House
Written in English
|Contributions||Adam Parfrey (Foreword), Elana Freeland (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||286|
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The Carnivals of Life and Death is James Shelby Downard’s thrilling life story, detailing the skullduggery and ritualism of the KKK and Freemasonry and how they imposed themselves on the young Downard and his family in Depression-era /5(14).
The Carnivals of Life and Death has a lot of good points, and if you’re a conspiracy buff, you’ll definitely get a kick out of it even if Downard’s repetitious writing doesn’t appeal to you. At the end of the day, though, this is one you can skip.
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James Shelby Downard, who died at the age of eighty /5. Get this from a library. James Shelby Downards's The carnivals of life and death: my profane youth, [James Shelby Downard; Elana Freeland; Adam Parfrey]. Book: The Carnivals of Life and Death Author: James Shelby Downard Type of Book: Conspiracy theory, occult symbology, Masons, utter insanity Why Do I Consider This Book Odd: Well, the whole thing sets off my oddometer, but by the time the young Downard claims he saw Alexander Graham Bell involved in sex magick rituals on Jekyll Island, the odd credentials of this book.
James Shelby Downard has been labelled a "mad genius" who criticized not just "the official story", but the offical way we are all conditioned to think and reason. King-K purportedly by Downard and Michael Hoffman, is often considered one of the foundations of modern occult/secret society conspiracy theorizing.
Comments: Having read Carnivals of Life and Death by James Shelby Downard (I reviewed it here), I wanted to know more about the man, whether or not he was a real human being, and specifically what Gorightly had to say about him.I really like Gorightly’s biography of Kerry Thornley, which I also discussed on this site.I also have a soft spot for Discordians, it must be.
James Shelby Downard's Mystical War by Adam Gorightly A thin book, outwardly not promising much, yet what it offers in tightly interwoven factoids that coalesce to an undeniable pattern makes it a buy very much worth the price one pays for it. This one is a small but very re-readable keeper.
Five Stars!/5. In any event Downard proves curious enough, Idaho history professor Dr. Richard B Spence, reveals what he could verify about Downard's life in "Searching for James Shelby Downard." The vital statistics scrutinized gleaned from Downard's "The Carnivals of Life and Death: My Profane Youth: ".
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James Shelby Downard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. James Shelby Downard (March 1. James Shelby Downard is one of those mad geniuses with a talent for making the most improbable, impossible, ludicrous and laughable speculations appear almost plausible.
A self-described student of the "science of symbolism," Downard peels away the rational veneer of history and exposes an abyss of logic-defying synchronicities. For those fascinated in a quick-paced crime drama, The Carnival of Death is a book to read.
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