Key to the Sacred Pattern

07 November 2006

Grail Seekers Media Watch for the Week Ending 4 Nov 06

Sorry I’m a couple days late on this week’s Media Watch. A big promotion at work will throw your writing schedule in the dumper. Remember if you have any news stories, pod casts of interest, or other information for the Media Watch, e-mail me so I can share them with everyone else.

On the Web:

A Different Perspective blog has some commentary on “out of place artifacts” and the Freemasonry’s Tubal Cain. The only thought I have with his theory is that Tubal Cain also a Biblical figure, and people have been named after those. Remember Occam’s Razor folks.

In the News:

Artifacts from the First Temple period were removed this week from the Temple Mount. For those of you that have been following any news from Jerusalem and Temple Mount discoveries, I’m surprised they have found anything with all the looting that has been going on in recent years.

Researchers now think Da Vinci might have been of Arabic descent.

At the Movies:

Amazon has a pre-order deal for The Da Vinci Code, which will be released on 14 Nov 06. If you’re going to get it, you might as well get it cheap.

Evidently everyone is using the Knights Templar as some kind of plot hook these days. Gregory Read is producing Like Minds that is about two psychopathic high school boys that go on a killing spree thinking they are Templars… Nice.

National Treasure 2 is listed on IMDB as being in production. The plot evidently is relating to the Lincoln Assassination.

Tip Site of the Week:

The Blue Letter Bible

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