Templar Lore


The Tomb of God – by Richard Andrews + Paul Schellenberger

Entranced by the story of Rennes-le-Chateau, a small village in southern France where the local priest, Bérenger Saunière, is reputed to have discovered documents of world shattering consequence during renovations of his rundown parish church, the authors embarked upon a quest to find a solution to the mystery.

They ended up with a whole heap more than they initially bargained for. What started as a localised treasure hunt eventually led to a conclusion that, if proved right, will shatter the belief structure of millions of Christians and destroy the very foundation on which the Church in Rome is founded.

Initial analysis of the alleged documents found in the church at Rennes-le-Chateau led to the involvement of the eminence gris that permeates the entire mystery, the Priory of Sion, an organisation claiming not only descent from the Knights Templar but also guardianship of a secret knowledge that could shake the world.

The trial leads through a study of various renaissance paintings the authors feel have been precisely constructed to encode a secret.

This one’s got the lot ! Ancient tombs located on geographical lines; an intellectual treasure hunt through topographical features; coded latin inscriptions carved into headstones that stand above empty graves; the involvement of the Knights Templar and last, but by no means least, a map that purports to pinpoint the burial site of someone (or something) that will turn the world on its head.

Oh lordy, this one’s a cracker !

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