Bloodline of The Holy Grail

Bloodline of The Holy Grail

Laurence Gardner

ISBN
9780007333905
Pub date
01/08/2009
Imprint
Element
Binding
Paperback
Format
B Format 129x198mm
Extent
464 pages
Price
£14.99
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Book Overview


Did Jesus marry and have children with Mary Magdalene? If so, what happened to his family? Are descendants of Jesus still alive today?

This extraordinary account of the potential family line that the author believes was born from Jesus Christ encompasses some of the most romantic, colourful and sacred territory of the past 2,000 years.

From royal and suppressed archives, Gardner presents proof of the heritage of Jesus in the West and new findings on the long awaited discovery of the Holy Grail.

Featuring all the charm and adventure of Arthurian romance, coupled with enthralling Rosicrucian and Templar disclosures, this work has a cutting edge of intrigue and exposure of conspiracy in the vein of Michael Baigent’s international bestseller The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail (Arrow). Bringing together revelatory insights into the descendant heirs of Jesus and his brother James, Gardner:

Proves that there is an authentic line of succession from the sons of Jesus and James
• Documents a hidden legacy of the Messiah and unveils hitherto guarded secrets about Mary Magdalene (was married to Jesus) and Joseph of Arimathea (was Jesus’s brother).
• Traces the sacred lineage through centuries of persecution and Inquisition, revealing a systematic suppression of authentic records and a strategic manipulation of the New Testament Gospels
• The author was granted privileged access to royal and religious archives and repositories across Europe

About the author


Laurence Gardner is an internationally renowned sovereign genealogist and historical lecturer. Bloodline of the Holy Grail was a number 8 Sunday Times bestseller (over 250,000 copies in 3 years and serialized by the Daily Mail). His other books include Lost Secrets of the Sacred Ark, Realm of the Ring Lords and Genesis of the Grail Kings.

Reviews


  • “A controversial and uniquely comprehensive book of Messianic descent, compiled from the most intriguing histories ever written.”Publishing News
  • “This book, provocative as it may be, is not a work of fiction, but the product of years of painstaking research. Committed Christians will find it casts fascinating light on the origins of their beliefs.”Daily Mail