Tag Archives: Cathars

The Da Vinci Code

The Movie Ron Howard’s depiction of Dan Brown’s book was an eye-opener for the viewing public, in much the same way the book was for readers. The idea that there might be a Sang Real (royal bloodline) from the union … Continue reading

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Cathartic: Purified by Fire?

Cathars They never called themselves Cathars: they were Good Men (and women). They had lived their normal lives, raising children and being human, and then they chose a higher calling in their later years. The name Cathar probably came from … Continue reading

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Solar Eclipse Flare

A symbol for Earth.   A symbol of Earth.

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Colin Bloy

International Man of History I had the impression last night, after I thought what I might write today, that Colin likes my allusion to Austen Powers: International Man of Mystery, as he had a real life role as a spiritual … Continue reading

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Genocide of the Holy Bloodline

The Murder of Mary Magdalene When Dan Green posted an ‘invitation’ to his internet page on one of my posts, I decided to take him up on his claim that it would give more evidence for the fact that Jesus … Continue reading

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Who’d Have Thought It

A Community Healing Project When Suzanne Thomas told me in the latter part of last year that she was going to knuckle down and finally write THE book that she’d promised to do all those years ago, I thought, ‘Wow. … Continue reading

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Mount Cardou: the Tomb of God?

There is a mystery in the countryside near Rennes-le-Ch√Ęteau. But there has been a lot of speculation as to what on earth it might be. Poussin’s painting might give us a clue, but to investigate it, one must keep an … Continue reading

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