Books by Jasun Horsley

“a mind grap­pling to the very edge of itself and to the edge of col­lec­tive human expe­ri­ence simultaneously.”
~Jonathan Lethem, author of Chron­ic City



16 Maps of Hell*: The Unraveling of Hollywood Superculture (*with a Rough Draft of the Exit)


A mul­ti­pronged attack on con­sen­sus real­i­ty. 16 Maps of Hell is an out­stand­ing piece of self-explo­ration through social analy­sis, a class act.… I reck­on there’s some­thing holy/whole to find­ing like-mind­ed souls (open to inter­pre­ta­tion and qual­i­fi­ca­tion) irre­spec­tive of sta­tus, alive or dead. If I per­ceived the world as I do and had no one else (I do have a hand­ful of friends and dead authors) with whom at least to share my won­der and ques­tion­ing there­of, I might very well have com­mit­ted myself to an insti­tu­tion. Oh, the joy of know­ing one isn’t entire­ly alone in stand­ing out from the crowd, even if to show a sim­ple nod to an inquiry well done or a choice of sub­ject researched.”
~ Cedomir


The Vice of Kings: How Fabianism, Occultism and the Sexual Revolution Engineered a Culture of Abuse


“The Vice of Kings is a brave jour­ney into a family’s heart of dark­ness by an intre­pid prose artist.  It is not just the painful and bizarre fam­i­ly affairs he uncov­ers, but the sex­u­al crimes that the British aris­toc­ra­cy nor­mal­ized as their pecu­liar priv­i­lege going back gen­er­a­tions. It also hap­pens to be metic­u­lous­ly researched and beau­ti­ful­ly written.”
~ James Howard Kun­stler, author of The Long Emer­gency and the World Made By Hand novels


Prisoner of Infinity: UFOs, Social Engineering, and the Psychology of Fragmentation


“Eas­i­ly the most impor­tant study extant of social/mythological engineering/UFOs/Strieber’s con­tin­u­um. No stranger to trau­ma, dri­ven by relentless–yet empa­thet­ic– intel­li­gence, Hors­ley strips out the mas­sive, annoy­ing non­sense that’s taint­ed these sub­jects since the “heady” days of Adams­ki, Bowert’s Oper­a­tion Mind Con­trol, the late Jim Keith’s more lucid mate­r­i­al and Cannon’s The Con­trollers. An incredible–literally mind-blowing–exploration.”
~ William Grabows­ki, con­trib. ed. Library Jour­nal; author of Black Light: Per­spec­tives On Mys­te­ri­ous Phenomena


Dark Oasis: A Self-Made Messiah Unveiled


“Horsley’s painful­ly hon­est tale of devo­tion and deceit shows how cult log­ic can draw in pret­ty much any­one. It can hap­pen to you.”
~Dou­glas Rushkoff, author of Present Shock and Pro­gram or Be Programmed

Seen & Not Seen: Confessions of a Movie Autist

“Like a magnet, or black hole, your book has demonstrated the capacity to draw other texts helplessly into its space. As Borges said of Kafka, the best books create their own lineages and predecessors, out of formerly unrelated texts.”
~Jonathan Lethem (Afterword)


 Matrix Warrior: Being the One


“I get almost sen­so­ry over­load from [Matrix War­rior] and have to pause and digest. I am sure you have received a ton of enthu­si­as­tic endorse­ment.… There is such a wealth with­in it I will be slow digest­ing it.”
~Joseph Chilton Pearce, author of The Crack in the Cos­mic EggMag­i­cal Child, and The Biol­o­gy of Tran­scen­dence (in pri­vate cor­re­spon­dence with author)


“the best self-help book I’ve read in years.”
~Marie D. Jones, author of 2013 – End of Days or A New Begin­ning: Envi­sion­ing The World After the Events of 2012


“con­tains oodles more than most of the self-help man­u­als on the market…”
~Adam Roberts, author of Blue Yel­low Tibia


Blood Poets: A Cinema of Savagery


“This hot­head fan­ta­sist offers the excite­ment of a wild, para­noid style.… It’s always a surprise.”
~Pauline Kael

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