Guardians of the Holy Grail: The Knights Templar, John the Baptist, and the Water of Life

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Author and spiritual teacher Mark Amaru Pinkham presents a history of the Knights Templar and the legendary Holy Grail like none ever before. For nearly one thousand years the Knights Templar have been rightly regarded to be the eternal guardians of the Holy Grail, but what the Holy Grail actually is has never been accurately revealed - until now. Guardians of the Holy Grail proves that the Grail existed many thousands of years before Christ, and that it is as old as the Garden ...
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Overview

Author and spiritual teacher Mark Amaru Pinkham presents a history of the Knights Templar and the legendary Holy Grail like none ever before. For nearly one thousand years the Knights Templar have been rightly regarded to be the eternal guardians of the Holy Grail, but what the Holy Grail actually is has never been accurately revealed - until now. Guardians of the Holy Grail proves that the Grail existed many thousands of years before Christ, and that it is as old as the Garden of Eden itself.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781931882286
  • Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press
  • Publication date: 9/28/2004
  • Pages: 268
  • Sales rank: 425,941
  • Product dimensions: 6.18 (w) x 9.12 (h) x 0.76 (d)

Table of Contents

Pt. I The mysteries of the Holy Grail
1 The eastern origins of the Holy Grail mysteries 1
2 The evolution of the European legend of the Holy Grail 16
3 A multitude of holy grails 22
4 The stone of Heaven 45
5 The celestial grails 64
6 The alchemical power of the Holy Grail 71
Pt. II The human holy grails
7 Human holy grails 88
8 The Fisher kings : embodiments of the Green Man 97
9 John the Baptist and the dynastic cupholders 155
10 Baphomet, the head of John 201
11 Rosslyn Chapel : the home of John 221
12 The lodges of St. John 245
13 Templars, Freemasons, Johannites, & Mandeans today 261
The International Order of Gnostic Templars 336
Sacred travel 340
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 20, 2005

    The Asian lineage of the Grail & Templars revealed

    Mark Amaru Pinkham has given us an accurate and meticulously researched history of the Holy Grail and the Knights Templar--in the spirit of his earlier works. What was the Holy Grail? Was it the cup that held the blood of Christ, was it a plate, a stone or the bloodline of Jesus and Mary Magdalene? Pinkham addresses all these questions in greater detail that what has been presented before and also deals with a detailed history of the Knights Templar--from the 'inside' as Pinkham has aligned himself with the Sinclair family in Scotland and has had access to the archives of the history of the Order. Mark Pinkham has been given permission to create a modern order of the Knights Templar in the US, and is the first non-Scot to be given permission by Ian Sinclair, the current holder of the Sinclair-Templar lineage, to do so. This is a well researched and documented book--highly recommended for all serious sudents of the Grail histories and the true history of the Knights Templar--a worthy addition to all libraries on these subjects.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 17, 2005

    A Ground-breaking Classic

    Guardians of the Holy Grail is a ground-breaking classic on the Knights Templar and the Holy Grail. Mark Pinkham reveals information that is new and fresh. He's obviously done tons of excellent research in order to arrive at his exciting and new conclusions. I found his style of writing easy to read; it held my interest completely. I highly recommend it to anyone that is interested in the Templars and Holy Grail as a compendium of excellent information.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 21, 2004

    Conjecture upon conjecture

    The author builds conjecture upon misinterpretation of someone else¿s research, and then builds more conjecture upon that. And if that¿s not bad enough, he can¿t even get the grammar right.

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