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Conspiracy-schmiracy shelf is more appropriate. Nud now know that the authors of Holy Blood and Holy Grail were fooled by an elaborate hoax. Total Italian Foundation Course: This was my second time reading “Holy Blood Holy Grail” Having been brought up in a Baptist church a lot of whats in this book goes against my up bringing.
Of hdilige, it’s theories and what the author alleges are interesting enough but it’s just SO hard to get through. It took me almost a year to finish this book, and for good reason. I love me a good conspiracy theory, I always have.
I was sorely disappointed. Vintage Paperback Paperbacks Books in English. If you pull out the bottom one, the entire place falls down. View all 7 comments.
If you are interested in conspiracy theories only then you’ll like this. I like a good conspiracy theory, and religion offers plenty of opportunity, but the amount of coincidental or forced inform This book is really not very good.
It was a sleep-inducin Never let multiple journalists write a novel together. Many of the other links the book tries to make are very circumstantial, and the authors admit this readily themselves! But unfortunately, it was primarily text and fairly irrelevant photographs. The first two thirds are spent tracing bloodlines and land ownership, building up a case to support the conclusion the authors present in the final third of the book. The writing is subpar for the most part, but excruciating at times; that is fine when the story moves along, but the last two-thirds of the book are cringe-worthy, to say the least.
He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Canterbury University, Christchurch, and holds a master’s degree in mysticism and religious experience from the University of Kent in England. Jesus had an affair with Mary Magdalene, which resulted in a child. I remember feeling similarly when I first ready the book a decade or so ago, but this time around I was much more conscious of the ridiculousness of the story.
They’re just very interesting to me.
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No ratings or reviews yet. These forged sources mix valid history and elaborate hoax quite well; the outrageousness of some of the claims being the only sign that some tomfoolery is afoot. The “authors” srben have pared this book rer by at least pages.
If you are a deeply religious person this book is not for you as you will dismiss everything said so it would be a waste of time. I would not recommend it to anyone who is at all offended by the idea of a purely historical not divine Christ.
Der Heilige Gral und seine Erben
It’s so crazy, they pick the sentence which they want to focus on and come to conclusions without reading the unr and afters. While it is a fun story to think about, every theory put forth by the author is prefaced w So far this book is rather lame and not making me too excited to finish it.
It’s also quite informative about the secret history of Christianity, from how many of the Gnostic and Jewish elements of the religion were excised by the Roman Catholic Church to now-forgotten sectarian rivalries like the Albigensian Crusade against the Cathars.
Only thing I paid attention to was the theory about the writer of the Fourth Gospel which they claim to be Lazarus who was Jesus’ “brother-in-law” because he was the brother of Mary of Bethany who is actually Mary Magdalene who was Jesus’ “wife” and Barabbas is Jesus himself??
They take an approach of information overload and repetition, as though if they say something enough, it will begin to sound true. He has also erbdn an editor of Freemasonry Today since Best to read after reading Dan Brown’s fiction books.
It reminded me of the Jump to Conclusions mat from Office Space. One either believes in Dder or they do not. See details for description of any imperfections.
Der Heilige Gral by Lincoln (Paperback, 1998)
Felt that it never clearly made its point. To be fair, the idea that J. I also read that the authors unsuccessfully sued Dan Brown’s publisher for plagiarism.