The Hilly Rose show interviews Sesh Hari on Nikola Tesla and secret societies.
In the News:
The Herald thinks that Freemasonry’s lost secrets can be found in the Necropolis in Glasgow. This isn’t a new theory as the article’s author would lead you to believe. I remember at the 1999 Canonbury Masonic Research Institute conference, James Stephen Curl gave a lecture on Masonic graves sites and he included
NPR reviews the effects of the Da Vinci Code and a revitalization of Freemasonry.
The Scotsman talks to the Grand Librarian of Scottish Freemasonry Bob Cooper. I’ve met Bob and if there’s anyone out there that knows a thing or two about a thing or two, it’s him.
Ronald Hutton was interviewed by the Independent on his unique views on the ancient Druids.
On the Web:
The Biblical Archeological Society blasts The Tomb of Jesus documentary.
Taki’s Top Drawer site takes a look at the history and conspiracy theories involved with Opus Dei.
For those of you that have had questions about the Bloodlines documentary, Andrew Gough’s site has a piece by Ben Hammott himself on his tomb find.
Ed McGrath has a rather simple approach to solving the Shughburough Hall Shepherds at