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Laurence Gardner, Prior of the Celtic Church’s Sacred Kindred of St . as much champions of the Holy Grail as were King Arthur, Sir Lancelot and Galahad. The Illustrated Bloodline of the Holy Grail has ratings and 9 reviews. Ginny said: This book is very dry Laurence Gardner. · Rating details · ratings . Bloodline of the Holy Grail has ratings and 33 reviews. has been a hot topic during the last decade, and Gardner only offers a few original morsels. Very interesting, held my attention, but Sir Laurence would like us to believe that .

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This extraordinary and controversial topic is packed with intrigue. It begins where others have ended. Laurence Gardner has been granted privileged access to European Sovereign and Nobel archives, along with favoured insight into Chivalric and Church repositories.

He “proves” for the first time that there is a royal heritage of the Gadrner in the West, and documents the systematic and continuing suppression of these records tracing the descent of the sacred lineage by regimes down the centuries.

This unique lecture gives a lauurence genealogical account of the laufence line of succession of the “Blood Royal” from the sons of Jesus and his brother James down to the present day. It casts a penetrating new light on the Bible grzil, and onto the enigmatic figures of Joseph of Arimathea and Mary Magdaleneand on the real truth behind the Arthurian legends and the Holy Grail.

There is also a fascinating history of the Knights Templars of Jerusalem. Now let our quest begin, let us search for gwrdner “True” meaning of the Holy Grail. We will take you on a journey of discovery that will lead you to new paths of personal discovery.

Today we shall embark upon the time-honoured Quest for the Holy Grail. Some have called it the Ultimate Questbut the Christian Church has condemned it as a heresy. Laufence heresy can therefore define those aspects of philosophy and research which quest into the realms of the unknown and which, from time to time, provide answers and solutions that are quite contrary to Church doctrine.

As for the remaining three-quarters – the Jews, Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus and others – they are all, by definition, heretics and infidel. Only years ago, the Italian scientist Galileo announced that the Earth was in motion around the sun a discovery by the Polish astronomer, Copernicus and for this the Church proclaimed him a heretic. As a result, Galileo was hauled before the Catholic Inquisition and kept under house arrest for ten years until he died.

Soon afterwards, Isaac Newton pursued the concept of orbital force, but he too was condemned and it was not until recently, inthat the Church finally admitted that the Earth was in solar orbit.

Indeed, it was not until the summer of that the notion of Hell was abolished by the General Synod of the Anglican Churchand it was this very notion which had caused such problems for GalileoNewton and others. The Catholic Churchon the other hand, maintains the notion of Hell – and so, in the eyes of Rome, the Anglican Protestants have now become heretics in this regard. Historically, as far as the Christian Church was concerned, the Earth was flat and at the centre of the Universe.

Heaven was above the Earth and Hell was below. Consequently, the Earth had to be motionless and could not possibly be in orbital motion unless Heaven and Hell moved as well – which, it was maintained, they did not. But, hitherto, all scientists and scholars who upheld the principles of evolution were classified as heretics. Additionally, the Vatican has now established a Miracles Councilconsisting of scientists, medical men and theologians. Their brief is straightforward: If a plausible and acceptable reasoning can be found for a said miracle, then it is taken off the miracles list.

Bloodline of the Holy Grail: The Hidden Lineage of Jesus Revealed by Laurence Gardner

If not, then it stays on the list until such time as a logical explanation is put forward by the Council. But there is, nevertheless, a significant element that prefers to retain the old dogma – creating a modern schism in the very structure of the Church itself. As the years progress, it is evident that scientific and medical discovery must overturn much of the medieval religious dogma that has persisted to modern times.


And, in this regard, some previously cited heresies are already being taken on board by a Church that has little option to do otherwise.

But there are also other forms of heresy: Then there are the historical heresies: It is in this particular category that we find the Quest for the Holy Grail and, in pursuing the Quest, it becomes increasingly apparent why the Church pronounced Grail lore to be a heresy when society at large perceives the Grail to be a thoroughly Christian relic. Quests are, by their very nature, intriguing and historical research is enlightening, but the findings from neither are of any use whatever unless there are present-day applications which, like science and medicine, can sow the seeds of a better future.

History is no more than recorded experience – generally the experience of its winners – and it is common sense to learn from the experience of yesterday. Indeed, it is that very experience which holds the moral, cultural, political and social keys of tomorrow – and it is in this context that the Holy Grail supports its own Messianic code. The Grail Code is the essential key to democratic government. Without the implementation of the Code, we experience the only too familiar government OF the people.

This is not democratic government. In the course of our journey, we shall discuss many items which are thoroughly familiar, but we shall be looking at them from a different perspective to that normally conveyed. In this regard it will appear that we are often treading wholly new ground, but it was, in fact, only the ground that existed before it was carpeted and concealed by those with otherwise vested interests.

Only by rolling back this carpet of purposeful concealment can we succeed in our quest for the Holy Grail. Our quest will begin in the Holy Land of Judaea in the time of Jesusand we shall spend a good while there so as to set the emergent scene.

We shall then progress through years of history to the present day – travelling through the Dark Ages to spend some time in medieval Europe.

This of course indicates that Jesus had children and, by blkodline therefore, that he was married. So was he married? Did he have children? If so, do we know what became of them? Are their descendants alive today? We shall be gardnwr at the emergent family in some detail, following their story, century by century – the story of a resolute royal dynasty: Our story is one of conspiracy; of usurped crowns, persecutions, assassinations and the unwarranted concealment of information from the people of the Christian world.

It is an account of good government and bad government; about how the patriarchal kingship of people was supplanted by dogmatic tyranny and the dictatorial lordship of lands.

It is a compelling journey laudence discovery: This is history as it was once written, but has never been told.

Let us begin with the most obvious of all questions: What is the Holy Grail? How is the Holy Grail connected with the descendant heirs of Jesus? The fact that Jesus had descendants might come as a surprise to some, but it was widely known in Britain and Europe until the late Middle Ages. This was the Blood Royal of Judah: From the Middle Ages there were a number of chivalric and military orders specifically attached to pf Messianic Blood Royal in Britain and Europe.

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In symbolic terms the Grail is often portrayed as a chalice that contains the blood vrail Jesus ; alternatively as a vine of grapes. The product of grapes is wine, and it is the chalice and the wine of Hlly tradition that sit at the very heart of the Holy Communion the Eucharist. In this sacrament, the bloodlime chalice contains the wine that represents the perpetual blood of Jesus. It is quite apparent that, although maintaining the ancient Communion custom, the Christian Church has conveniently ignored and elected not to teach the true meaning and origin of the custom.

Few people even think to enquire about the ultimate symbolism of the Chalice and Wine sacrament, believing that it comes simply from some Gospel entries relating to the Last Supper. What is the significance of the perpetual blood of Jesus?


How is the blood of Jesus or of anyone else for that matter perpetuated? It is perpetuated through family and lineage. Indeed, why was it that they went so far as to denounce Grail lore and Grail symbolism as heretical? The fact is that every Government and every Church teaches the form of history or dogma most conducive to its own vested interest.

In this regard we are all conditioned to receiving a very selective form of teaching. But, for the most part, we learn both political and religious history by way of national or clerical propaganda, and this often becomes absolute dogma: What of all the numerous Gospels, Acts and Epistles that were not approved by the Church councils when the New Testament was compiled? Why were they excluded when the choices were made? There were actually two main criteria for selection, and these from an earlier short-list prepared by Bishop Athanasius of Alexandria were originally determined at the Council of Carthage in the year ADto be finally ratified in the later Renaissance era.

Matthew was, of course, an apostle, as was John – but Mark was not an apostle of Jesus as far as we know; neither was Luke; they were both colleagues of the later St Paul. Thomas, on the other hand, was one of the original twelve, and yet the Gospel in his name was excluded. Not only that but, along with various other texts, it was sentenced to be destroyed. And so, throughout the Mediterranean world, numerous unapproved books were buried and hidden in the 5 th century.

Only in recent times have some of these early manuscripts been unearthed, with the greatest of all discoveries made gfail years in at Nag Hammadi in Egypt.

Although these books were not rediscovered until this present century, they were used openly by the early Christians. Certain of them, including the Gospels mentioned, along with the Gospel of Truththe Gospel of the Egyptians and others, were actually mentioned in the 2nd-century writings of early churchmen bloodlibe as Clement of AlexandriaIrenaeus of Lyon and Origen of Alexandria.

So, why were these and other apostolic Gospels not selected? Because there was a gardjer, far more important criterion to consider – the criterion by which, in truth, the Gospel selection was really made.

It was, in fact, a wholly sexist regulation which precluded anything that upheld the status of women in Church or community society. This was an outrageous statement with no apparent foundation, but it was for this very reason that dozens of Gospels were not selected, because they made it quite clear that there were many active women in the ministry of Jesus: These were not only ministering disciples, but priestesses in their own right, running exemplary schools of worship in the Nazarene tradition.

In his Epistle to the RomansSt Paul makes specific mention of his own female helpers: Writings of the Gospel era are simply alive with women disciples, but the Church ignored them all. When the Precepts of Ecclesiastical Discipline were drawn up, they stated.

The Church of Rome was so frightened of women that it implemented a rule of laudence for its priests – a rule that became a law in sor But this rule has never been quite what it appears on the surface, for it was never sexual activity as such that bothered the Church. The more specific problem was priestly intimacy with women. Because women become wives and mothers – and the very nature of motherhood is a perpetuation of bloodlines.

It was this that bothered hholy Church: However, it was not as if the Bible had said any such thing. In fact, quite the reverse was the case. St Paul had actually said in his first Epistle to Timothy that a bishop should be married to one wife and that he should have children, for a man with experience in his own family household oc actually far better qualified to take care of the Church.

It is, however, not just the Christian New Testament which suffers from these sexist restrictions. A similar editing process was applied to the Hebrew Old Testament, making it conveniently suitable to be added to the Christian Bible.