Lost Secrets of the Sacred Ark: Amazing Revlelations of the Incredible Power of Gold

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The sacred Ark of the Covenant, created from a legendary substance, is the source of one of the deepest mysteries of the Western world. No reason is given in the Bible as to why the Ark of the Covenant was so richly contrived, and no explanation exists of its alleged awesome and deadly powers. What was the Ark of the Covenant? Where is it today? By accessing Rosicrucian archives in liaison with eminent nuclear physicists, Laurence Gardner reveals how this lost secret of the distant past has led to the phenomenal ...
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The sacred Ark of the Covenant, created from a legendary substance, is the source of one of the deepest mysteries of the Western world. No reason is given in the Bible as to why the Ark of the Covenant was so richly contrived, and no explanation exists of its alleged awesome and deadly powers. What was the Ark of the Covenant? Where is it today? By accessing Rosicrucian archives in liaison with eminent nuclear physicists, Laurence Gardner reveals how this lost secret of the distant past has led to the phenomenal new science of space-time manipulation.

The Egyptian Book of the Dead refers to a mysterious parallel dimension of space-time associated with a magical powder of projection. Quantum physicists have now discovered this powder to be superconductive monatomic gold. This amazing substance was the secret of the pharaohs' rite of passage to the Afterlife, and was directly associated with the pyramids and the biblical Ark of the Covenant. In Alexandria it became known as the Philosophers' Stone, while in today's corridors of quantum mechanics its attributes are classified as 'the most remarkable physical property in the universe'.

From the tombs of pharaonic Egypt, to the laboratories of modern science, comes this extraordinary account of gravity defiance and teleportation in the ancient world, and amazing revelations about the past power and future significance of the sacred Ark.

Laurence Gardner, a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, is a constitutional historian, lecturer and broadcaster. Distinguished as the Chevalier de St. Germain, he is attached to the European Council of Princes (a constitutional advisory body established in 1946) as the Jacobite Historiographer Royal. In the artistic domain, he has been Conservation Consultant to the Fine Art Trade Guild, and in the world of music his libretto compositions have been performed at London's Royal Opera House. A Knight Templar of St. Anthony and Prior of the Sacred Kindred of St. Columba, he is also the internationally best-selling author of Bloodline of the Holy Grail, Realm of the Ring Lords and Genesis of the Grail Kings.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780760776391
  • Publisher: Barnes & Noble
  • Publication date: 9/25/2005
  • Pages: 448
  • Product dimensions: 5.86 (w) x 9.18 (h) x 1.12 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 2, 2010

    Pseudoscientific nonsense

    Substantiated by more pseudoscientific nonsense.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 16, 2006

    It was a good story.....

    It is neat to hear an alternative history of things and was a good read. But some conclusions presented are debateable. Unless you have cash/time to devote to doing all the legwork to confirm this info, its a leap of faith. So if this holds more/less water than the conventional bible is tough to say. People don't agree on the good or bad of Reagan or JFK so how sure can we be of these ancient history lessons. That's why the book is new age, not non-fiction. The science is interesting but sometimes all the dots aren't connected, like how the Ark was used as a weapon, and whether sending a similarly assembled Ark/capacitor to another dimension has been done experimentally. Also, if the Ark gave the Israelites supremacy over their foes, why did they not use it against the Babylonians, Persians, or Romans? Also, being a lefty myself, why villify the 'Church'. Look, all organizations of men have done wrong, the 'deceitful, fanatical' Church is no exception. But the Templars PROFITTED from the Crusades, they held out info from EVERYONE, and their members BOUGHT their status. They became a political and economic power and got out-muscled, why cry for them? And if Jesus was the next up for the line of Judah, what does that mean for us. History tends to show that monarchs aren't the greatest folks. Then Miriam: maybe Jasher (though accurate) was left out since it showed less of God's will and more of the political chicaneries of men rather than the sexism angle. This author can tell what happened and what/who was wrong, but what should have happened? The Gospel of Judas was put out by National Geographic, did the Church knock anyone off for that one? If the proof about Jesus & the Church is out there, then reveal it already. But I have a feeling people may miss the story of Jesus as the greatest man ever instead of a politician, dynasty pureblood turned alchemist mason. It is a neat story though.... (Oh, and I don't take orders from the Pope and my personal hero is Oscar Romero and the other clergy murdered in Latin America)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 4, 2006

    Intriguing!

    This was a fascinating book. I picked it up casually, thinking it would be just another religious explanation of the Ark. NO! It explains a number of things, like who Miriam really was (other than a good dancer), and why Akenaten just kind of went *poof* with no explanation, what the manna really was and those dome-shaped loaves of bread were in the tomb paintings, why King Solomon was so rich, why the Queen of Sheba really visited him (whoever she was) and why everyone kept attacking Jerusalem---they wanted that thing that made the manna! Who wouldn't! If I were offered something that would allow me to live a thousand years (in an age where you were old at fifty) I think I'd consider mayhem too. You find out why Aaron was so important (he was Smenkhare)and learn the lineage for the whole bunch--from Moses on. It's worth the price of the book to find out finally what the Philosopher's Stone really was. It explains why the Israelites were really in the desert for so long. lt also makes sense of a lot of Freemasonry, which isn't what you think!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 6, 2006

    A Great Book

    This is an awesome and informative book. This book kept me engrossed for hours. The author appears to have done excessive research. He shares ancient secrets. This book includes:the ancient names of God secrets about Moses, and the power of gold.

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