Sherwood Kent Bain’s Theatre of the Absurd: Part III of The Most Dangerous Book in the World: 9/11 as Mass Ritual

I have read the entire book called The Most Dangerous Book in the World: 9/11 as Mass Ritual. I had planned to comment on Section Two:  The Producers, but it was a fluff piece: a  conglomeration of images of the Statue of Liberty, the dog star Sirius, dates which probably have occult significance but were not thoroughly examined by the author, and footnotes taken from the internet for which the author did not bother to read the original source.

An example of the latter is the reference to James Shelby Downard’s argument that “a Sirius cult exists today at the highest levels of US military intelligence…etc.” Now that is a juicy carrot which you would think a donkey would take a nip at.  But rather than reading the context of this comment in the essay, Sorcery, Sex, Assassination, and the Science of Symbolism, the author quotes from  And then our author has the nerve to tell his readers to Google this or that, because he apparently feels too lazy to research the source materials himself.  Somehow all of his yawning, makes me feel too tired to give his words any more  serious consideration.

When it comes to important historical dates affecting the United States, such as July 4, 1776,  Bain fails to even mention that our Independence Day fell on the 17th of Tammuz, linking it to the Jewish calendar. Now that is an interesting fact.   He also fails to convince the reader of the calendar links between the timing of the rising of Sirius and 9/11. And if one proceeds to read the last half of his book which was predictive fiction about 2012 which never came to pass, it is an embarrassing testament of his lack of knowledge of occult planning.

So let us look at four reader comments on which comment on some of these issues.   The first three pertain to the Most Dangerous Book…9/11 as Mass Ritual.    The last comment was made in connection to S. K. Bain’s pen name,  Sherwood Kent, and his most recent book Most Dangerous:  A True Story. 

The first comment is by A. C. Weisbecker of He provides a link to this video which he made called Walter Interview: 9/11, the Media, and Georgie O.  I found his comment on the book on 9/11 as Mass Ritual interesting in that he gave it a five star rating while at the same time sarcastically headlining it Valuable Work from a Shill. By this tricksterism, he is now the most read commenter on this particular book.The second comment is by James Caldwell, and he gave this book 2 stars.  He remarks on the predictive fiction which is the last half of the book, which failed to come to pass.

The third comment is by Benjamin R. Garrison, and he gives this book a 1 star, stating his reasons very succinctly.

The 4th and most curious comment is from Michael A. Hoffman, II author of Secret Societies and Psychological Warfare, who is extensively quoted in The Most Dangerous Book in the World:9/11 as Mass Ritual. 

His comment, however, is found under S. K. Bain’s book where he uses the pen name Sherwood Kent to write Most Dangerous: A True Story. Hoffman gives him a 5 star rating. 

Since I have not read Most Dangerous:  A True Story, but I have read several reviews of James Shelby Downard’s peculiar tale called Carnivals of Life and Death, to which this book was compared, I am not sure that Hoffman’s statement that had “Downard had had a son, he would have been S. Kent Bain” should be considered a compliment.


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