Grail Seekers this week:
A big thanks goes out to Floyd Mann from the Lost Treasure USA site and Bill Gallagher of the Treasure Hunt Adventure site for the kind words and links to this week’s Templar Dig in Bulgaria article. Now on to the news…
Astraea Magazine’s latest audio interview is with Egyptologist Dr. Nabil Swelim, who says the Bosnian pyramids are real.
In the News:
A Turkish soccer fan has sued the European soccer governing body, after Italian team Inter Milan’s uniform portrayed a red cross. His complaint was that it looked like a Templar Cross and offended him and other Muslims. I will withhold additional comments for obvious reasons.
BBC gives a historical perspective on Lisbon’s Jeronimos Monastery, that was built by the Poor Knights of Christ. Conspiracy theorists will note that this building will be used for the signing of the European Union’s Reformation Treaty.
Haaretz tells the story of Crusader’s Vadum Iacob fortress and the archeological work going on there.
Why is Aleister Crowley’s disciple Jack Parsons file missing from the FBI’s publicly accessible website?
Ouroboros Press announces it will be publishing a book by Masonic historian Angel Millar in the spring of 2008 on their My Space Blog.
On the Web:
The VRmag site has a panoramic virtual tour of Rosslyn Chapel.
National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets will be opening on the 21st. I have been invited to a special sneak peak on the 19th and will have an advance look at the film that night.
A little more English language news on the Scandinavian film Arn about the Templars.
The Templar Code for Dummies blog reviews Stephen Dafoe's Nobly Born: An Illustrated History of the Knights Templar
Anthony North’s Beyond the Blog asks Who was King Arthur?