Grail Seekers this week:
So my goals for this week were side tracked by life and the fact I’ve got something big coming up next week. But I have managed to get some content out of the ordinary during the last few days. Also, I’ve started a Google Group for Grail Seekers. If you’d like to join, visit the group page link above. Hopefully, this will work into a way for everyone to communicate any finds or thoughts they have. Now if I can get through some things at work and if I don’t get cool feet next weekend, I’ll be groovy. Now for the news….
Solomon’s Key author R. Douglas Weber announced this week via a My Space bulletin that he has been contacted by the History Channel to be part of a documentary they are working on based on some of the topics listed in his book.
Check out the Treasure of the Templars site for info and updates on the fan based Indiana Jones film.
Rabbi Rami Shapiro explores the difference between faith and belief in this Skeptiko Podcast.
William Henry talks about the Lost Secrets of Jesus on Dreamlands.
Dave Cameron not only is richer than most 3rd world countries, but he claims to be able to trace his heritage back to the Templars around the time of the 5th Crusade. That’s funny since Templars were prohibited to marry…
Czechoslovakian Freemasons are interviewed in the Prague Post about Freemasonry sans Communism. Think 20 years ago what would have happened to these folks if this article had come out.
On the Web:
Andrew Gough’s Arcadia site has an essay on the Source of the Wealth of Saunière
by Dr. Elias Van Kasteel
The BS Historian blog has a musician’s approach to Mitchell’s Rosslyn Motet, and it’s not flattering.
Katknit posts a nice picture of an overlook on to Rennes-le-Chateau on Flickr
Is there a problem with the Bauval theory about the relationship between Orion’s Belt and the Pyraminds? Greg Little thinks there is another solution.
Live and In Person:
Ouroboros Press editor William J. Kiesel will give a talk on the enigmatic symbolism associated with the Animal Kingdom as employed in Alchemical texts during the Renaissance. The lecture is at 8pm on Sunday 8 July 2007 at The Stone in
Tip Site of the Week:
Have you ever remembered seeing something on a web site that has magically disappeared? Fear not, the Wayback Machine Internet Archive site might have the URL you’re looking for. Pretty neat stuff, and it’s free.