Key to the Sacred Pattern

01 December 2007

Grail Seekers Media Watch for the Week Ending 1 Dec 07

Grail Seekers since last time:

It’s been an interesting week. The Exonerate the Knights Templar petition has gotten off the ground this week. I’d like to thank RLC Research and Resource site and The Templar Globe for helping get the word out. If you haven’t seen the petition, please check out the above link and sign it if you are so inclined.

Big thanks to Henrik and Fredrik Palmgren from Red Ice Creations who were kind enough to post my review of Longevity and the Grail on their site. It’s a great documentary if you haven’t seen it yet.

And someone sent me a link to a “discovery” regarding sacred geometry this week. I have lost the e-mail. If it was you, please resend the link and I’ll be happy to check it out.

On Audio:

Dreamlands talked to William Henry and sindinologist James Barrett the Shroud of Turin on the 24th.

In the News:

Looks like the folks at RLC Research and Resource site scooped the “mainstream media” on the news of Richard Leigh’s death. Our condolences go out to his friends and family. He will be missed.

A modern day Knights Templar group is funding excavation work in Bulgaria to find traces of the Templars that were once there. More to come on this…

Dan Brown’s new book will “unveil Washington’s Masonic past”. Really Dan, no one has ever thought of that one before…

The Smithsonian magazine follows up on Graham Hancock’s work on the Ark of the Covenant and Ethiopia.

On Film and TV:

September Films announced it is working on a two hour documentary for the History Channel on University of London professor Tudor Parfitt’s work on the Ark of the Covenant. The special should air next year.

Blog On:

The Favorite Pastimes blog reviews the new novel Glastonbury Tor

The Seer blog gives an overview of “Modern Alchemy”.

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