Grail Seekers since last time:
The months of November and December are generally a blur to me. The industry that constitutes my “day job” is one of those that help everyone else get ready for their holiday festivities. Needless to say, the time, effort, and energy that I have to put in sucks the life out of my more “creative” endeavors. My blog and e-mail inbox have turned into a untended garden that needs to be tended. I apologize for my prolonged absence. With that, back to the business at hand. Some of the news and items might not be “in date”, but at least it will help me get back on track.
Rick from Oopa Loopa Café talks with Templar Church Bishop David Richarde on the 29th.
If you’re not checking out Red Ice Creations interview section twice a week, you should.
Binall of America interviews David Hennigar on
In the News:
A press release claims that a
The Last Supper has been put to music, or at least there’s a claim music has been hidden in the fresco. Haven’t we been through this before?
A new documentary takes on a new view on the “Lost Tomb of Jesus”.
The Scotsman features a number of videos on Rosslyn Chapel.
The Vatican has entered into talks with ending the rift with the Orthodox Church. Once again, this makes me wonder what the Papacy is up to.
On the Web:
I received this note from Coran de Raaf from the RLC Research page this week:
“I am proud to announce that www.rlcresearch.com, Rennes-le-Château Research, has been completely overhauled. There's an entirely new website with tons of new content and photos.
It's much more user friendly and accessible than it was, items are linked and better navigable. All info has been updated with the very latest insights and discoveries. I don't think you'll find a more complete inventory of everything Rennes-le-Château.”
I couldn’t have put it better myself. Take the time to check out this valuable resource.
Andrew Gough puts his 17 questions to rocker and Grail Seeker Rat Scabies
The Humanities blog claims that the Ark of the Covenant is in
The Golden Dawn blog explores the links between alchemy and the Golden Dawn.
The Square and Compass blog looks at the similarities of a carving at Rosslyn and Masonic ritual.