Key to the Sacred Pattern

24 March 2008

Grail Seekers Media Watch for the Week Ending 22 Mar 08

Grail Seekers this week:

Sorry for the update being a few days late this week. With Easter, work, family, and other such “real world” things going on; I’ve been a little hampered in my writing. But then again, isn’t that always the case?

There’s not a ton of news out there this week, by the first two headlines in this week’s mix do raise some interesting questions. The first is about a neo-Templar movement that has taken out an ad in a UK newspaper, and the second is about the disappearance of Tudor Parfitt’s Ark of the Covenant. Interesting times indeed…

And finally, for those who already miss Arthur C Clark. Grail Seekers graphics guru Barry Edwards has created a memorial shirt for the sci-fi visionary.

On Audio:

Nothing out there this week trips my trigger…

In the News:

A new Templar organization that has popped up on the grid with the aims of restoring the good name of the Templars. I can get behind that.

Evidently, Tudor Parfitt’s Ark of the Covenant has disappeared from the Museum that was holding it in Zimbabwe.

Jimmy Page has sold his Holy Grail tapestry. Luckily, he’s not selling his photo album just yet.

The BBC asks why the controversy over the Shroud of Turin will be explained away easily.

On Film:

The Danish film, The Lost Treasure of the Knights Templar will be released in Malta later this month.

Blog On:

Atlantean Times blog has ferreted out a connection between Heath Ledger and Rennes-le-Chateau

Ars Latomorum has a very brief piece on Freemasonry and Alchemy

The Burning Taper blog has won a Sunshine Award; Huzzah!

Tracy Twyman wonders why Marc Dutroux and the Priory of Sion are linked in the following video. I guess my 3 years of German in high school isn’t cutting it on this one. If you can shed some light on this one, Tracy would appreciate it.


Tracy said...

Someone write in to say they don't actually mention the Priory of Sion in the video. That guy just happens to have a website about the Priory open on his computer screen. Still weird, because the camera really lingered on his screen, you'd think they'd put something relevant on the screen instead.

Joe said...

it’s an intense documentary on the mysteries of Jesus’ Bloodline. Those of you who are into ‘The Da Vinci code’ or ‘holy blood holy grail’ will be amazed by this real-life adventure with actual holy relics found!

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