Holy Grail

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Rennes-le-Chateau - "Keys of Antiquity" by Bill Kersey Delivers!

The long-awaited new book by researcher Bill Kersey is loaded with new information.
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After-life, Holy Grail, UFOs (VIDEO)

Mary Magdalene has been associated with the Holy Grail of which many paintings and pictures over centuries have been done with her holding a sacred cup. “He who drinks much, will see God.
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Pope Francis I and the Third Prophecy of Fatima

A new Pope is elected on 03/13/13 and the number 13 holds special meaning to Our Lady of Fatima
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Pope announces his resignation, Saint Malachy and Our Lady of Lourdes

Pope Benedict XVI announces that he intends to resign because of poor health on the day Our Lady of Lourdes
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Not Jesus, but an ordinary ruler?

“This is the book that the Catholic Church has been dreading for the last 1700 years. This is the book that will end Christianity as we know it.”
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Leonardo Da Vinci and the Neanderthal Man

A Lost Da Vinci painting is found and the baby has Greek feet which Da Vinci drew often in his paintings
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Mary Magdalene, Lost Michaelangelo, and the Lost Da Vinci

A lost Da Vinci painting is thought to be by its owner to be Mary Magdalene and her child
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Lost Da Vinci has a Papal Bull with Magdalene written on it on the back

A possible lost heretical Da Vinci has been found by Fiona McClaran
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Albion and Jesus

An enduring folklore of the south-west of Albion states that Joseph of Arimathea, the merchant uncle of Jesus came here. As archaeology has proven, two thousand years ago there was substantial trade w
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BRITAIN: In Regal Glory or Still In The Dark Ages?

Today much military and diplomatic talk surrounds Britain’s liberation of the Falkland Islands from Argentine occupation on 14 June 1982. This is a very complex issue with both parties being emotively
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Albion and Arthur

Some say that Albion, the oldest known name for Britain is based on an ancient root word meaning white, after the chalk cliffs of the south-east coast or of the landscape of Avebury and Stonehenge.
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The Shroud of Turin's Less Famous Cousin

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Tour Magdala and the Queen of Clubs

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The Nephilim portrayed in the stained glass of Chartres: The Female Giant Virgo

Mysterious stained glass windows of Chartres Cathedral depict the Giants or Nephilim
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Nephilm of Rennes Chateau and Boudet's True Celtic Language