Grail Seekers this week:
My big news this week was my trip to
Believe me, my intent is not to pull a P.T. Barnum to build any type of mystique around what I’m looking into. I simply have a healthy respect for not opening my trap and putting my size 10 squarely in my mouth. The good news is that the trip gave me some leads and I’m on the trail of something. Where it will lead me, is not so clear at this point.
Finally, I made a deal with Rick at the Oopa Loopa Café to do a spot at midnight on 13 Oct 07 from
Michael Cremo, of Forbidden Archeology fame, is interviewed on Astraea Magazine Radio.
Monday, 24 Sept 07: Laura’s guest will be Jean Shinoda Bolen, author of Archetypes of the Goddess.
Friday, 28 Sept 07: Graham Hancock will hook up with Art in the
Sunday, 23 Sept 07: Get the low down on author Eric Phelps’ book Vatican Assassins
In the News:
A prehistoric sword that was stolen from the Peterborough Museum 13 years ago has been returned.
Jackie Gleason’s esoteric library is on exhibit in
Not only did my Scottish ancestors create Kilts and Haggis, but evidently mummies as well. This will fuel the fires of those who subscribe to the theory that the Stone of Destiny made its way to
Modern day Templars will attempt to unite the world’s religions in Ski Lanka in 2008.
On the Web:
The Catholic newspaper The Pilot believes that being a Mason can be dangerous for Catholics. As far as I’m concerned, that’s a matter for each man to figure out on his own. One thing I would like to point out about the article is the concept of a “Masonic recruitment drive”. No such thing would ever exist. One of the things a Mason will ever do is ask someone to join. The principle is that men come to a Lodge of their own accord.
Morbid Frog’s Live Journal has some stunning pictures of RLC and Sainte Cécile cathedral
Old and Rare Books blog gives links to places to look for books on Alchemy.
The X Spot gives a Priory of Sion 101 class along with a picture of Rue McClanahan. Does this mean that Fox will be doing a pilot of the Golden Ratio Girls this fall?
My Space friend Glenn wonders about where the last English Templar lays.
Live and In Person
Ian Sinclair will be at the Sedona Library on 4 Oct 07 talking about the connections between the Templars and the Sinclair family.