Genesis of the Grail Kings

Genesis of the Grail Kings

The Explosive Story of Genetic Cloning and the Ancient Bloodline of Jesus

Book - 2006
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The astonishing story of the ancient bloodline of Christ and the true heritage of the Holy Grail.

Adam and Eve were not the first man and woman on Earth, but they were certainly the first of a kind. When the Israelites made their exodus from Egypt, their spiritual leader was not Moses, but Miriam -- a queen and high priestess
of the pharaonic succession. Joseph, the father of Jesus, was not a humble carpenter, but a trained alchemical metallurgist of the highest order. These and other contentious facts are disclosed for the first time in this remarkable study of the original kings -- the early Pendragons, the unique royal ancestors of King David and Jesus.

Drawing on files and hitherto secret archives of the ancient Dragon Sovereignity, Genesis of the Grail Kings tells the ultimate story of earthly kingship from its early Mesopotamian foundation. It reveals why the Messianic bloodline was so important, and explains in detail the true heritage of the Holy Grail. The author draws comparisons throughout between the biblical scripture and the historical documents from which the Old Testament is derived, so that a very different and highly controversial picture emerges. Here are the documented records of the hermetic Phoenix, the Philosophers' Stone and the Tables of Testimony -- records which give stunning insight into active longevity, the transmutation of gold and the anti-gravitational science of the pharaohs.
Publisher: London : Corgi Books Limited April 2006 Mississauga : Random House of Canada, Limited [Distributor]
ISBN: 9780553817744
0553817744
Characteristics: 448 p. :,ill ;,18 cm.

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skymarshall
Oct 27, 2011

Ever since I read a book The Atlantis Blueprint, I've been on the hunt for any books or researches on the hidden history of humanity. This "Genesis" was simply something I could not put down. How L. Gardner posits the connections among the kingship rites throughout the centuries, the Bible entries, ancient civilizations will reguire a second and even a third reading. Actually, I plan to get a copy myself as I try to cross reference this with other works, archeological reports and the like. As an example of its effect on me, I was reading a National Geographic feature on Cleopatra and there's this photo of a wall of a temple in Dendera showing this of last ruler of Egypt with a boy-like figure, her heir and son (by Julius Caesar). For some reason, the caption that read "He was captured and excuted shortly after her demise." filled me with sadness for some reason but it gave me also sense of perspective and profound understanding of what that execution meant. All because of having read "Genesis". I highly recommend reading it but with an open mind to the possibilities that everything is not what they seem and but at the same time not to be overwhelmed but to keep your faith and trust to oneself.

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