“James Shelby Downard’s Mystical War” Now Available!

 

“James Shelby Downard’s Mystical War”

by Adam Gorightly

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Mind Control, occult scenarios, conspiracy and ritual crimes… In “James Shelby Downard’s Mystical War,” author Adam Gorightly chronicles the famed conspiracy researcher’s life long battles against Masonic Sorcery as an investigator and exposer of the Science of Symbolism, Onomatology (Science of Names) and Mystical Toponomy (Science of Places). “James Shelby Downard’s Mystical War” picks up where Downard left off and follows the bread crumbs down a rabbit hole where only the brave (or crazy!) dare follow.

Available through amazon.com and virtualbookworm.com

For review copies and interviews contact Mr. Gorightly at adamgorightly@yahoo.com

“Adam Gorightly is one of the great divers into the mnemonic deep. If his readers come away with less than the definitive answers about the arcane creatures that populate these waters–from Kerry Thornley to Charlie Manson to James Shelby Downard–it will be only because they have become exhausted by the swim.” – Kenn Thomas, Steamshovel Press

“Adam offers a unique take on virtually every conspiracy of our time. There are few answers to Adam’s rants, but they pose questions only the brave or seriously warped would dare ponder.” –Erskine Payton, “Erskine Overnight”

“Adam Gorightly is a ‘crackpot historian’ of the highest order!” – Victor Thorn, wingtv.net

Visit http://www.adamgorightly.com

 


 

~ by gorightly on November 18, 2008.

3 Responses to ““James Shelby Downard’s Mystical War” Now Available!”

  1. Hi Adam
    This is Johnny Walsh. I used to publish INFOCULT: The Journal of Strange Information, which you graciously contributed to before I had to stop publishing oh so long ago. I have enjoyed your other writings over the years in “Paranoia” mag et al. I just ordered the above book and i look forward to reading it. I really like the dude’s take on toponomy and look forward to reading some more about it. I was in New Mexico earlier this year and I saw where he was coming from in regard to that joint.
    Later
    Johnny

  2. Johnny, good to hear from you after all these years. INFOCULT was a great zine back in the day and, as I recall, was the first zine I was published in, back in ’91 or so…

    Hope you enjoy the Downard book. Stay in touch, Adam.

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