I am wanting to download EVERY version of the Linux kernel as source code, Debian files, and RPM files. Where can I find a single site where I can download them all at once? If that is not possible, I know I can get the source code for every kernel here (https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/), but I need the .deb and .rpm files as well.
I'd be surprised if you'd find every version as a .deb and .rpm on a single site. You'll be lucky if you find every version of the .rpms. I'd be very surprised.
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RPM and deb archives are quite nice and handy, but chances are you won't get the official kernel that way but a patched version; most distributions ship modified kernels sources for many reasons (and may include bugfix backports, extra binary firmware blobs, code merged from third parties, and so on).
I strongly suggest you get the original kernel tarballs on the official site and to save some bandwidth and time, you can get most of the minor releases via patches.