The startling, frighteningly convincing sequel to The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail that reveals the very nature of the Messianic Legacy. Holy Blood, Holy Grail rocked the very foundations of Christianity. Now four more years of research have uncovered shocking material — and its earthshaking. Also by Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh, Henry Lincoln · Holy Blood, Holy Grail Illustrated Edition. The Messianic Legacy. See all books by Michael Baigent.

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Yes we all know that ancient Messianic movement was political movement but i think its too much if Baigent over extending the world of this secret Merovingian things with so many medern day political and counter intelligent groups.

While the average person of European descent has lost it – not in the smallest measure because it suits the powers that tried hard to veil information and knowl I read this before its predecessor, the very famous and suppressed with controversy and obfuscation Holy Blood, Holy grail; and then had to go get that one and read it.

The claim was overturned by High Court Judge Peter Smith on April 6,who ruled that “their argument was vague and shifted course during the trial and was always based on a weak foundation.

Retrieved from ” https: Sep 03, Dan rated it it was ok. Published August 1st by Arrow first published Feb 21, Minutes. We are experiencing technical elgacy. Of course there’s not much harm in thinking that Jesus was married nor are these authors the first to suggest itor that his descendants were King Pippin and Charles Legaccy.


Lots of interesting history. It’s quite interesting book, nice continuation of “Holy Grail, Holy Blood”.

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Retrieved 28 March In The Holy Blood and the Holy Grailthe authors put forward a hypothesis that the historical Jesus married Mary Magdalenehad one or more children, and that those children or their descendants emigrated to what is now southern France.

The Templar-Grail myth… is at the heart of the most notorious of all the Grail pseudo-histories, The Holy Blood and The Holy Grailwhich is a classic example of the conspiracy theory of history… It is essentially a text which proceeds hooly innuendo, not by refutable scholarly debate… Essentially, the whole argument is an ingeniously constructed series of suppositions combined with forced readings of such tangible facts as are offered.

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Return to Book Page. That tale had grown stale, and suddenly the first century in Palestine becomes interesting again. Feb 18, M. In his novel, Brown also mentions Holy Blood, Holy Grail as an acclaimed international bestseller [15] and claims it as the major contributor to his hypothesis. May 01, Joanna rated it really liked it. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. In a way the scope here seems too wide. Jun 22, John Bentley rated it it was amazing.

MacInnes rated it liked it. His secondary schooling was at Nelson Collegeand then he moved on to the University of CanterburyChristchurchinitially intending to study science and continue in the family career of forestry, but then switched to studying comparative religion and philosophy, studying BuddhismHinduism and Christianity. Inspired by Your Browsing History. Prime Minister of France? Retrieved 17 June By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. The authors also incorporated the antisemitic and anti-Masonic tract known as The Protocols of the Elders of Zion into their story, concluding that it was actually based on the master plan of the Priory of Sion.


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Prominent British historian Richard Barberwrote:. It is a long time since I lfgacy these books; back in the 80’s? Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Like the Da Vinci Code and The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail, this book breathes life into the debate and makes Christianity seem a vital topic again, vivid and exciting.

From the middle onwards yoly book gets bogged down in stuff which is fairly interesting–about how politicians are ‘sold’ to the public.

About Richard Leigh Richard Leigh is a novelist and short-story writer with postgraduate degrees in comparative literature and a thorough knowledge of history,… More about Richard Leigh.

May 01, Pages. I found it interesting that early ‘s grwil that wrote texts concerning the life, and death, of Jesus Christ faced intense hatred from those of religious beliefs, similar to those who challenged religion during the Renaissance. This one delves more into philosophy and interpretations of the Bible, which I liked a lot. Nov 27, Nancy marked it as to-read. Referring to the origins of the black tie tradition, he added: Cover of the hardcover edition.

A sequel to the book, called The Messianic Legacy[2] was originally published in

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