Key to the Sacred Pattern

16 March 2008

Grail Seekers Media Watch for the Week Ending 16 Mar 08

Grail Seekers this week:

I was on vacation this week from my “real job” and haven’t been home too much since last Sunday. The first part of the week I went to New York City to do some research on John Steinbeck and play the “country come to town” tourist. The second part of the week was a family vacation to Memphis for BBQ and a visit to the Memphis zoo. I hate to say it, but I’ll be glad to get back to work so I can get some rest. I did a ton of audio blogs on my other goofy blog, if you’re inclined to follow along with my adventures.

Also, I planned to send the petition to exonerate the Knights Templar to the Vatican off tomorrow on the anniversary of Jacque DeMolay being burned at the stake. I think I will hold of on that due to only 63 people signing until a later date. If sending this type of message to the Vatican interests you, check out the link and send it to a friend.

On Audio:

Stephen Defoe and Chris Hoodap will be on the X-Zone Radio Show talking about the anniversary of Jacque DeMolay’s death on the 17th.

Allen Greenfield, Bishop of Ecclesia Gnostica Universalis, visits the Occult of Personality Podcast.

In the News:

Rennes-le-Chateau researcher Jean-Luc Robin has passed away. Godspeed into the great beyond Jean-Luc, I hope you now have the answers to things we cannot on this side of the veil.

A US military Knights Templar Lodge has been accused of hazing. It makes me wonder how the media would have covered the initiation and training regiments of the Spartans…

On Freemasonry, a Lodge is opened up in Buckingham Palace.

Jeff Nisbet from Mythomorph sent in, “The Duke of Westminster, aka Gerald Cavendish Grosvenor, close friend of Prince Charles, and English Grand Prior of the Military and Hospitaller Order of St. Lazarus of Jerusalem, is Client #6 of the Emperors Club.” Thanks Jeff.

The Knights of Malta elect a new leader from the UK this week.

First Temple era ruins are found 100 meters from the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem. There’s also a video on the story at the top of the page. Funny this has happened on the heels of all other events that has been going on in Jerusalem this month, and allegations that the Israelis are ok with destruction of artifacts. Add in Islamic leaders, once again, deny that the Temple ever existed in the first place. What a hot mess.

Nazi treasure is found on the Czech border with Germany.

On the Web:

Looking for directions to the Skull and Bones building on Yale’s campus, look no further.

The RLC Research Site has done some major updates to their photo section.

What’s the skinny on Tarot Cards?

FSU classics professor exploring a 'lost' city of the Mycenaeans

Blog On:

BS Historian asks what the link between the Loch Ness Monster and Rosslyn Chapel is.

Bartholomew's Notes on Religion blog links Satanic Ritual Abuse, The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, and David Shayler

The Modern Knight Templar thinks that Rosslyn is a Monument to the Goddess

The Celestine Musings blog has a collection of photographs of doors and portals into esoteric related places.

The Templar Globe is hot on the Trail of the Grail.

Bob Freeman reports on a Grail tapestry that’s up for sale. I need to check my powerball ticket from last night.

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