Grail Seekers this week:
I am continuing the shotgun approach to finishing some projects. The Templar and Grail Maps are going nicely as well as a few articles I’ve been working on. Also I’ve updated the Links page of the Google Group with a few more interesting sites if you’re looking for something new out there.
Abaxas’s Coffee, Cigarettes, and Gnostics show #57 features Richard Webber, author of the Solomon Key.
Jim Michael, President of the Ancient Kentucke (yes that’s Kentucke without a “y”) Historical Society, talks about the location of the Ark of the Covenant under Silbury Hill (map location can be found on the Grail Seekers Map) on the Oopa Loopa Café.
24 July 07: George Erikson on his theories about
27 July 07: Gary Biltcliffe talks about
In the News:
Want to have coffee with a Mason?
On the Web:
Philip Coppens examines the “cutting of the elm” at Gisors.
A nice picture of Rosslyn under restoration was posted by Smokin’ Beagle
David Icke thinks Renne-le-Chateau might be close to being underwater in 2012.