Key to the Sacred Pattern

28 January 2007

Grail Seekers Media Watch for the Week ending 27 Jan 07

Upcoming this week on Grail Seekers:

Friday I got the chance to interview George Smart , the author of The Knights Templar Chronology: Tracking History's Most Intriguing Monks . I’m putting the finishing touches on the article and should have it ready by mid week.

On TV:

For all of you who have feeds into BBC 4 or live in the UK; the show The Search will highlight some Grail related sites this season.

On the Web:

A nice picture of the January Blue Apples in Rennes-le-Chateau

Andrew Gough has a nice piece on the 90th anniversary of Bérenger Saunière’s death.

Society Perilos continues it’s article on enigma of Bérenger Saunière

In the News:

Judgment on the Baigent and Leigh appeal to happen by Easter.

A 2nd Temple era street is found in Jerusalem.

Coming to Glastonbury this summer is the Holy Grail Conference with some of the top authors in recent Grail history. Unfortunately, it’s only open to UK residents.

Did Templars build the Newport Tower in Newport, Rhode Island?

Rosslyn Chapel makes a pile of cash post Da Vinci Code. The good news is those funds are going to restoration work.

Who was Mona Lisa? A 16th century death notice may hold the key.

The Scotsman continues it’s series on the origins of the Scots, the Stone of Destiny and the Grail. (I know this is an old article, but I can’t catch everything…)

Leonardo’s fingerprint is reconstructed. For all of you historical CSI folks that want to dust for 500 year old prints.

Ancient Semitic spell found on Egypt, this might be the oldest example of the language to date.

Tip Site of the Week:

For all of you interested in Jewish Hexagrams, check out the Star of David blog. These show up in all sorts of places that you might not expect. There’s some nice work and pics on Zeevveez’s blog. He’s also interested in the Templar use of hexagrams, if you have any information or insight on this, email me and I’ll let him know.

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