This week on Grail Seekers:
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History Channel: Monday, April 23, 2007;
7-8pm (CST): Lost Worlds - Knights Templar
9-10pm (CST) Cities of the Underworld:
On the Laura Lee Show 22 and 23 Apr 07; Peter Gandy & Timothy Freke - Secret Gnostic Teachings Parts 1 and 2.
Scholars are starting to back peddle from their part in the Tomb of Jesus documentary.
De viribus quantitatis has finally been translated in English. For those not familiar, it was a text on the basic magic tricks and numeric puzzles that was supposedly written by a friend of Da Vinci.
Archeologists in Bulgaria are searching for Knights Templar sites. Also, the relics of a Bulgarian King are going to be reburied after 800 years. I wonder if these two articles are somehow linked. It’s interested that one never hears anything about
On the Web:
Andrew Gough delves into Louis de Coma and his stations of the cross. Also on Andrew’s blog is an article by Corjan de Raaf exploring three maps relating to Rennes-le-Château.
The Smithsonian Magazine gives a tour of the Scottish Rite House of the Temple.
CNN.com does a fluff travel piece on King Arthur and Tintagel
Andy North gives a very brief overview of Mary Magdalene in his blog.
Tips of the Week:
Don’t buy into anyone claiming that having shots of Jagermeister 30 minutes before last call is a good idea…