Laurence Gardner - Bloodline of the Holy Grail - The Hidden Lineage of Jesus Revealed. [Laurence Gardner] Genesis of the Grail Kings--The Explosive Story of the Ancient Bloodline. Laurence Gardner-Genesis of the Grail Kings_ The Explosive Story of Genetic Cloning and the Ancient. From our web page at: podmimokongist.ml From a lecture presented by. Sir Laurence Gardner, Kt St Gm, KCD. Author of Bloodline of the Holy Grail. The Hidden Lineage of Jesus Revealed by Laurence Gardner. The time- honoured quest for the Holy Grail has been referred to by some as the 'ultimate quest'.
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From royal and suppressed archives comes documented proof of the heritage of Jesus in the West and the long awaited discovery of the Holy Grail. In fulfilling. Bloodline of the Holy Grail has been described as The Book of Messianic Descent and it carries the subtitle The Hidden Lineage of Jesus Revealed. This of. [Free download] Bloodline of The Holy Grail: The Hidden Lineage of Jesus Revealed. Bloodline of The DOC | *audiobook | ebooks | Download PDF | ePub.
It tells so much more then just the Jesus lineage, because you also learn in which surroundings Christianity was born, and how to interpret the Bible's fantastic stories with every-day Jewish tradition and symbolism. You learn how the apostles Paul and Peter abused the teachings of Christ just to draw more power themselves and create the power-hungry Catholic Church of Rome which contradicts all the basic teachings of I found this a very interesting book to read and would recommend it to others.
You learn how the apostles Paul and Peter abused the teachings of Christ just to draw more power themselves and create the power-hungry Catholic Church of Rome which contradicts all the basic teachings of Jesus but still prevails to this day. Sometimes I do wonder where the author does get his evidence from, from time to time it's obscure, and sometimes its based on theories that are generally not considered valid, but until they are proven to be invalid they should never be dismissed out of hand as happens too often by historians nowadays.
All in all, the book gives you something worth thinking about, and I do recommend it to anyone interested in the subject! Maybe even to the House of Israel. Like any good conspiracy theorist, Gardner claims to have certain knowledge unavailable to the general public, alludes to documents that have been hidden by the authorities, and promises that these truths and documents will be brought out when the time is right.
An alternative translation of the Genesis text. Translation of the much earlier archaic cuneiform Sumerian Kharsag Epics. Sophistication of the Garden of Eden - Chronicles of Enoch.
Location of the Garden of Eden - Southern Lebanon. The diffusion of civilisation and agriculture from Southern Lebanon around the world in archaic times. The advanced archaic worldwide civilization of the Shining Ones. Scientific analysis of megalithic structures confirm observational astronomy c2, BC. Episodic global catastrophe and climate change. Yahweh or Jehovah a real person. Leader of the Shining Ones. Jesus teaching of the Surat soul Shabd word Yoga union to his inner circle of disciples.
Jesus as the husband of Mary Magdalene and the father of their three children. Jesus' attempt to restore the tradition of monarchy and good government, though the Grail Code. Jesus as a perfect living master in the tradition of the ancient world, as one of the many sons of the One God. The establishment of the first church in Britain in AD What he meant was that, even at that very early stage, there was already a discrepancy between what the Gospel writers had written and what the bishops wanted to teach.
Today, this section deleted by St Clement is still missing from the Gospel of Mark. One of these additional sections comprises the whole of the Resurrection sequence - amounting to twelve full verses at the end of Mark, chapter It is now known that everything told here about the events after the Crucifixion was added by Church scribes sometime in the late 4th century.
But what exactly was in this section of Mark that Clement saw fit to remove? It was the item which dealt with the raising of Lazarus.
In the context of the original Mark text, however, Lazarus was portrayed in a state of excommunication: The account even had Lazarus and Jesus calling to each other before the tomb was opened. More importantly, it set the scene for the story of the Crucifixion of Jesus himself, whose own subsequent raising from spiritual death was determined by the same three-day rule that applied to Lazarus. Jesus was raised released or resurrected from death by decree on the statutory third day but, in the case of Lazarus , Jesus flouted the rules by raising his friend after the three-day period of symbolic sickness.
At that point, civil death would have become absolute in the eyes of the legal elders of the Sanhedrin Council , whereupon Lazarus would have been wrapped in sacking and buried alive. What made the Lazarus raising special was that Jesus performed the release while not holding any priestly entitlement to do so - subsequent to which Herod-Antipas of Galilee compelled the High Priest of Jerusalem to acknowledge the unprecedented event.
There was, however, rather more to the removed section of Mark because, in telling the story of Lazarus , the account made it perfectly clear that Jesus and Mary Magdalene were man and wife. The Lazarus story now appears only in the Gospel of John, but contains a strange sequence which has Martha coming from the Lazarus house to greet Jesus , whereas her sister, Mary Magdalene, remains inside until summoned by Jesus. This was a specific requirement of Judaic law, whereby a wife in ritual mourning was not allowed to emerge from the property until instructed by her husband.
There is a good deal of information outside the Bible to confirm that Jesus and Mary Magdalene were married.
But is there anything relevant in the Gospels today - anything which perhaps the editors missed? Indeed there is. But is the marriage itself detailed in the Gospels?
Actually, it is. Many have suggested that the wedding at Cana was the marriage of Jesus and Mary Magdalene - but this was not the wedding ceremony as such, being simply the pre-marital betrothal feast. The marriage is defined by the quite separate anointings of Jesus by Mary at Bethany. Chronologically, these anointings as given in the Gospels were two-and-a-half years apart.
Readers of the 1 st century would have been fully conversant with the two-part ritual of the sacred marriage of a dynastic heir. In fact, all anointed senior priests and Davidic kings were Messiahs; Jesus was not unique in this regard. Although not an ordained priest, he gained his right to Messiah status by way of descent from King David and the kingly line, but he did not achieve that status until he was ritually anointed by Mary Magdalene in her capacity as a bridal high priestess.
It is detailed that the oil used in Judah was the fragrant ointment of spikenard an expensive root oil from the Himalayas and it is explained that this ritual was performed while the kingly husband sat at the table.
In the New Testament, the anointing of Jesus by Mary Magdalene was indeed performed while he sat at the table, and specifically with the bridal ointment of spikenard. All of these things signify the marital anointing of a dynastic heir. Other anointings of Messiahs whether on coronation or admission to the senior priesthood were always conducted by men: The oil used was olive oil , mixed with cinnamon and other spices, but never spikenard. Messianic marriages were always conducted in two stages.
The first the anointing in Luke was the legal commitment to wedlock, while the second the later anointing in Matthew, Mark and John was the cementing of the contract. Dynastic heirs such as Jesus were expressly required to perpetuate their lines. Marriage was essential, but community law protected the dynasts against marriage to women who proved barren or kept miscarrying. This protection was provided by the three-month pregnancy rule. Miscarriages would not often happen after that term, subsequent to which it was considered safe enough to complete the marriage contract.
When anointing her husband at that stage, the Messianic bride was said to be anointing him for burial, as confirmed in the Gospels. After the second Bethany anointing , the Gospels relate that Jesus said: But did the Christian Church authorities honour Mary Magdalene and speak of this act as a memorial?
She is still revered as such by many today, but the interesting fact of this sainthood is that Mary is the recognized patron saint of wine-growers: Hence, she is the guardian of the sacred Bloodline of the Holy Grail. There is much in the Gospels that we do not presume to be there because we are never encouraged to look beyond a superficial level.
However, we have been aided greatly in this regard in recent years by the Dead Sea Scrolls and by the extraordinary research of Australian theologian Dr Barbara Thiering. The Scrolls not only explain the offices of the Messiah of Israel; they tell about the council of twelve delegate apostles appointed to preside over specific aspects of government and ritual.
In turn, this leads to a greater awareness of the apostles themselves through understanding their duties and community standing. We now know that there are allegories within the Gospels: Also, we now know there was a particular jargon of the Gospel era , a jargon that would have been readily understood by readers of the time, embodying words that have been lost to later interpretation.
The Gospels are full of such jargonistic words: When the Gospels were written in the 1 st century they were issued into a Roman-controlled environment and their content had to be disguised against Imperial scrutiny. The information was often political, so it was coded and veiled. It was, in practice, no different to the coded information passed between members of oppressed groups throughout history, such as the documentation issued by latter-day Jews in Germany in the s and s.
Through our knowledge of this scribal cryptology, we can now determine dates and locations with very great accuracy. We can uncover many hidden meanings in the Gospels , to the extent that the miracles themselves take on a whole new context. They gained prominence because, in the prevailing political arena, they were thoroughly unprecedented actions which successfully flouted the law.
Let us consider the water and wine at Cana by following the story as it is told in the Bible, in contrast to its common pulpit portrayal.
Actually, if this was such an important miracle as Church teaching promotes one would rightly expect the account to appear in the other Gospels as well. What it says is: They were allowed only water - a purification ritual, as stated in John. The Ruler of the Feast made no comment whatsoever about any miracle; he simply expressed his amazement that the wine had turned up at that stage of the proceedings. However, this event can be dated to the summer of AD 30, in the month equivalent to our modern June.
First weddings were always held in the month of Atonement modern September and betrothal feasts were held three months before that. In this particular instance, we find that the first marital anointing of Jesus by Mary Magdalene was at the Atonement of AD 30, three months after the Cana ceremony which appears to have been their own betrothal feast.
Aspects of the Gospels though not always in agreement with each other can actually be followed outside the Bible; even the trial and crucifixion of Jesus are mentioned in the Annals of Imperial Rome. We can now determine from chronological survey that the Crucifixion took place at the March Passover of AD 33, while the Bethany second marriage anointing was in the week prior to that.
We also know that, at that stage, Mary Magdalene had to have been three months pregnant - which means she should have given birth in September of AD If the Gospels are read as they are written, Jesus appears as a liberating dynast, endeavouring to unite the people of the region against the oppression of the Roman Empire. The authorities were controlled by the military occupational force and resistance movements were a part of everyday life.
Jesus was awaited, expected and, by the end of the Gospel story, had become an anointed Messiah. While the Dead Sea Scrolls identify the Messiah as the supreme Military commander of Israel, the New Testament also makes it clear that the apostles were armed. Many of the high-ranking Jews in Jerusalem were quite content to hold positions of power backed by a foreign military regime. Apart from that, the Hebrew groups were sectarian and did not want to share their God Jehovah with anybody else, certainly not with unclean Gentiles Arabs and other non-Jews.
But there were other Jews - in particular the Nazarenes and Essenes , who were influenced by a more liberal, western doctrine.
The sentencing of Jesus was by the Roman Governor, Pontius Pilate , but Jesus had actually been condemned and excommunicated prior to that by the Sanhedrin Council of Jewish elders. It was decided, however, to contrive a punishment whereby Jesus would be formally sentenced by Pilate, who was already trying other prisoners for leading insurrections against himself. As recently confirmed by the Supreme Judge and Attorney General of Israel, it was quite illegal for the Sanhedrin Council to sit at night or to operate during the Passover - so the timing for committing Jesus to Roman law was perfect.
In civil and legal terms, Jesus was already dead when he was placed on the cross, prior to which he was denounced, scourged and prepared for death by decree excommunication.
On that day he would be entombed buried alive , but during the first three days he could, in fact, be raised or resurrected, as he had predicted would be the case.
Raisings and resurrections apart from the fact that Jesus once flouted the rule with Lazarus could only be performed by the High Priest or by the Father of the Community. The High Priest at that time was Joseph Caiaphas the very man who condemned Jesus , therefore the raising had to be performed by the patriarchal Father. Indeed, just like today, a common test for reflex action was scratching, prodding or pricking the skin with a sharp instrument. A surgeon of the British Medical Association recently stated: Blood flowing from a stab wound is evidence of life, not death.
In the event, it is blatantly apparent that Jesus survived. This is explicitly maintained in non-canonical Gospels and even the Islamic Koran confirms the fact in no uncertain terms. During that Friday afternoon when Jesus was on the Cross , there was a three-hour-forward time change. Time was recorded then by sundials and by priests who marked the hours by a sequence of measured prayer sessions.
In essence, there were daytime hours and there were night-time hours. From time to time, the beginning of daytime changed, as a result of which the beginning of night-time changed. We know from the Gospels that Joseph of Arimathea negotiated with Pontius Pilate to have Jesus removed from the cross after only a few hours of hanging, but the Gospels do not actually agree on the precise timing of events.
This is because of the notional time change, when three hours disappeared from the day, to be replaced with three night-time hours that is to say, daylight hours were substituted with hours of darkness. The Gospels explain that the land fell into darkness for three hours, which relates to our own split-second changing of clocks for daylight saving. However, these three hours were the crux of everything that followed The Hebrew lunarists made their change during the daytime, but the solarists of which the Essenes and the Magi were factions did not make their change until midnight.
This actually means that, according to the Mark Gospel which relates to Hebrew time , Jesus was crucified at the third hour, but in John which uses solar time he was crucified at the sixth hour. It was those extra three hours which enabled them to work with Jesus during a period of time wherein others were not allowed to undertake any physical activity.
And so we come to one of the most misunderstood events in the Bible - the Ascension. We know from Gospel chronology that the Bethany second-marriage anointing of Jesus by Mary Magdalene was in the week before the Crucifixion at the time of the March Passover. Also that, at that stage, Mary was three-months pregnant and should, therefore, have given birth six months later.
So, what do the Gospels tell us about events in the notional month of September AD 33? In fact, they tell us nothing , but the story is taken up in the Acts of the Apostles , which detail for that month the event which we have come to know as the Ascension. This was a tag established by way of a Roman Church doctrine more than three centuries later.
What the Bible text actually says is: It then continues, relating that a man in white said to the disciples: This same Jesus Not only were there rules to govern the marriage ceremony of a Messianic heir, but so too were there rules to govern the marriage itself.
The rules of dynastic wedlock were quite unlike the Jewish family norm, and Messianic parents were formally separated at the birth of a child. Even prior to this, intimacy between a dynastic husband and wife was only allowed in December, so that births of heirs would always fall in the month of September - the month of Atonement , the holiest month of the calendar.
And this was the reason why the Jews were split in opinion as to whether Jesus was, in fact, their true Messiah. When a dynastic child was conceived at the wrong time of year, the mother was generally placed in monastic custody for the birth so as to avoid public embarrassment.
In the case of Jesus and Mary Magdalene, however, the rules of wedlock had been obeyed to the letter, and their first child was properly conceived in December AD 32, to be born in September AD From the moment of a dynastic birth, the parents were physically separated - for six years if the child was a boy and for three years if the child was a girl. This kingdom was actually the Essene high monastery at Mird , by the Dead Sea, and the ceremony of entry was conducted by the angelic priests under the supervision of the appointed Leader of the Pilgrims.
So, if we now read the Acts verses as they were intended to be understood, we see that Jesus was taken up by the Cloud the Leader of the Pilgrims to the kingdom of heaven the high monastery , whereupon the man in white an angelic priest said that Jesus would return at the time of restitution when his earthly marriage was restored.
Paul actually tells of how Jesus was admitted to the priesthood of heaven when he actually had no entitlement to such a sacred office. He explains that Jesus was born through his father Joseph into the Davidic line of Judah - a line which held the right of kingship but had no right to priesthood, for this was the sole prerogative of the line of Aaron and Levi.
As a result of this express change of the law, it is explained that Jesus was enabled to enter the kingdom of heaven in the priestly Order of Melchizedek. There is no reference to this child being a son as there is for the two subsequent births and, given that Jesus returned three years later in AD 36 , we know that Mary must have had a daughter on this occasion.
By following the chronology of the Acts, we see that in September AD 37 a second child was born , followed by another in AD The period from the first of these two births to the second restitution in AD 43 was six years, which denotes that the AD 37 child was a son. This fact is also conveyed by the use of cryptic wording - the same cryptic wording afforded to the AD 44 child - so we know that this third child was also a son.
Once these codes and allegories are understood, they never ever vary. As Dr Thiering has pointed out, they mean the same thing every time they are used, and they are used every time that same meaning is required. Probably the most misrepresented book of the New Testament is the book of The Revelation of St John the Divine - misrepresented by the Church, that is, not by the book itself.
This book is quite unlike any other in the Bible. It is dubbed with terrible supernatural overtones and its straightforward imagery has been savagely corrupted by the Church to present the text as some form of foreboding or prophecy of warning. So, what does the book reveal? Chronologically, its story follows the Acts of the Apostles and the book of The Revelation is, in fact, the continuing story of Jesus , Mary Magdalene and their sons - particularly the elder son, Jesus Justus.
It follows his life and details his marriage, along with the birth of his own son. This much misunderstood New Testament book is not a foreboding or a warning as the fearful Church would have us believe. It is precisely what it says it is: Jesus became an ordained fisher when he entered the Kingdom of Heaven, but until that time as explained by St Paul he held no priestly office. In the rite of ordination, the officiating Levite priests of the Sanctuary would administer five loaves of bread and two fish to the candidates, but the law was very firm in that such candidates had to be circumcised Jews.
Gentiles and uncircumcised Samaritans were on no account afforded any such privilege. Indeed, it was this particular custom which Jesus had flouted at the so-called Feeding of the Five-thousand , when he presumed entitlement to his own liberal ministry by offering the loaves and fish to an unsanctified gathering.
Apart from eventually becoming a fisher, Jesus was also referred to as the Christ - a Greek definition from Khristos which meant the King. Prior to the birth of her second son in AD 44, Mary Magdalene was exiled from Judaea following a political uprising in which she was implicated.
Her life and work in France, especially in Provence and the Languedoc region, appeared not only in works of European history but also in the Roman Church liturgy - until her story was suppressed by the Vatican.
It tells also of how the Roman authorities subsequently persecuted Mary, her son and his heirs: And behold, a great red dragon , having seven heads and seven crowns stood before the woman for to devour her child.
And she brought forth a man-child.
And the woman fled into the wilderness. When translated into Latin, this became In Fortis , which was subsequently corrupted to Anfortas , the name of the key Fisher King in Grail romance. We can also consider graphic designs dating back well beyond the Dark Ages to about BC and, in doing this, we discover that a chalice or a cup was the longest-standing symbol of the female. Its representation was that of the Sacred Vessel - the vas uterus: And the name of this second son was Joseph.
The equivalent traditional symbol of the male was a blade or a horn, usually represented by a sword or a unicorn. Jesus the younger had previously been to England with Joseph of Arimathea at the age of twelve, in AD But who was Joseph of Arimathea - the man who assumed full control of affairs at the Crucifixion?
And from that time, portrayals of Joseph have shown him as being rather elderly at the Crucifixion, when Mother Mary was herself in her fifties.
Prior to the Church announcement, however, the historical records of Joseph depicted a much younger man. He was recorded to have died at the age of 80 on 27 July AD 82, and would therefore have been aged 32 at the time of the Crucifixion. In fact like Nazareth , the place later dubbed Arimathea never existed in those times.
It therefore comes as no surprise that Joseph negotiated with Pilate to place Jesus in his own family tomb.
They were the noted Merovingian Kings who founded the French monarchy and introduced the well-known fleur-de-lys the ancient gladiolus symbol of circumcision as the royal emblem of France. From the Merovingian succession, another strain of the family established a wholly independent Jewish kingdom in southern France: Also, the early princes of Toulouse, Aquitaine and Provence were all descended in the Messianic bloodline.
Septimania was specifically granted to the Royal House of David in , and Prince Bernard of Septimania later married a daughter of Emperor Charlemagne. Also from the Fisher Kings came another important parallel line of succession in Gaul.
Whereas the Merovingian Kings continued the patrilinear heritage of Jesus , this other line perpetuated the matrilinear heritage of Mary Magdalene. They were the dynastic Queens of Avallon in Burgundy: Those familiar with Arthurian and Grail lore will by now have recognized the ultimate significance of this Messianic family: