Key to the Sacred Pattern

27 February 2008

Grail Seekers Media Watch since last time until 1 Mar 08

Grail Seekers this week:

Well since the Grail Seekers web site is up and running now, maybe I can get back to writing more on the blog. It has been much too long…

On Audio:

Congratulations to the Oopa Loopa Café which just celebrated it’s first birthday. Huzzah!

John Hogue discusses the life of Nostradamus, 4 Mar 08, on the Laura Lee Show.

Wednesday 27 Feb 08, Coast to Coast AM will feature Walt Brown on Noah’s Ark.

In the News:

The Ark of the Covenant is showing up in all sorts of places all over Africa, this time it’s in Zimbabwe. The Daily Mail also has an article on Tudor Parfitt’s work.

I missed the Alchemy Fair in Moscow

Cinema Libre Studios has gotten the rights to distribute The Bloodlines Documentary. I hear from a good source that it will be released on May 9th. (Thanks John…)

A white stag is spotted in Scotland, what this means I’m not sure.

The Shroud of Turin is to undergo yet another round of tests.

Has a Druid grave been uncovered in the UK?

The Vatican tries to put a positive spin of the Inquisition by releasing “secret documents”. I wonder if they will sell this set for $10,000 with a bonus Happy Meal.

Blog On:

The Institute for Hermetic Studies blog has announced seminar for those wishing to learn the operative aspects of the Flamel Path of mineral alchemy.

Mark Amaru Pinkham’s Modern Templar blog asks, What’s Really in Rosslyn Chapel?”

The Future Cult blog remote views Thomas Plantard.

The Unam Sanctam Catholicam blog muses that Mount Sinai in Saudi Arabia.

The Templar Globe explains how Candlemas is a Templar celebration.

Anthony North looks at some theories relating to Atlantis.

On Video:

The first volume of The Quest 12 part documentary on the link between the Knights Templar and Freemasonry will be available soon.

26 February 2008 is a go!

For those of you who have thought I was slacking off this month, you're right. I have slacked on my duties here at the Grail Seekers blog. However, I have not been drinking Scotch and making potholders. I've been furiously working on the Grail Seekers web site.

I know there are a few tiny issues with the visual end of the site that should be resolved in the next day or so. And there will be more content to come. The site is designed to be an extension of the blog, and vice versa. Hopefully, I will be able to provide everyone with an expanding resource base for your Grail Quest.

So what are you waiting for? Check out the Grail Seekers web site!

18 February 2008

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Trailer

Looks like this might mix Raiders of the Lost Arkwith Roswell... I guess we'll have to wait until May to find out.

12 February 2008

Grail Seekers Media Watch for the Week Ending 9 Feb 08

Grail Seekers this week:

I’ve been furiously working on the web site for the last few weeks, hence the lack of items on the blog. I’m going to shoot for next Monday publishing of . The site is designed to bring you closer to some of the resources on the web to help your Grail Quest. Keep your eyes on the blog for the announcement of when the site will go live. Now for the news of the last two weeks, and maybe I can get back to doing some blog writing…

On Audio:

The Oopa Loopa Café had a show on archeological trends in 2008 on the 8th.

Laura Lee will interview Timothy Freke and Peter Gandy about Christianity's Gnostic origins on the 15th.

Red Ice Creation’s featured interview is with John Lash on Gnosticism and the Abrahamic religions.

In the News:

There was a meeting of the Knights Templar Croatia and Slovenia took place in Medjugorje during the last week-end of January.

The last episode of the TV series Miriana Coljerò, was filmed in Malta with a Templar battle scene this week.

More news from Iceland on the Grail hunt there. A knife found in 1990 has given the team some hope they are on the right track.

The double life of the Dead Sea Scrolls is traced on the CNRS site

Israeli archaeologist revises reading of ancient seal inscription

A new move to save ancient manuscripts in Timbuktu

A white stag is spotted in the Scottish Highlands.

Scottish Mason’s marks to be recorded (Thanks Bob)

On the Web:

The Thule Society wasn’t up to quite what you thought they were up to…

Blog On:

The Discover the Undiscovered Blog has an article and pictures of the Ethiopian Timket celebrations.

The Templar Globe spends 24 hours in Acre

On Video:

A Walking Tour of Rosicrucian Park