The Dragon Legacy

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This book outlines in detail the ancient dragon bloodline, going much further than his previous book, Genesis of the Grail Kings, co-authored with Sir Laurence Gardner. Where did the bloodline come from and what did it mean? Were those who carried it blessed with great powers? What influence did they have on the ancient world? Did elves, fairies and vampires really exist? If so, who were they? This extremely well-researched book reveals many mysteries from our past, including why the actual blood from this ...
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Overview

This book outlines in detail the ancient dragon bloodline, going much further than his previous book, Genesis of the Grail Kings, co-authored with Sir Laurence Gardner. Where did the bloodline come from and what did it mean? Were those who carried it blessed with great powers? What influence did they have on the ancient world? Did elves, fairies and vampires really exist? If so, who were they? This extremely well-researched book reveals many mysteries from our past, including why the actual blood from this bloodline is so important, what kind of magic once existed and how it was lost.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781585091317
  • Publisher: Book Tree, The
  • Publication date: 4/10/2004
  • Pages: 440
  • Sales rank: 815,454
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.98 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 27, 2009

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    The Dragon Legacy by Nicholas de Vere: Mystical Truth Text

    The Dragon Legacy by Nicholas de Vere is what the ancient Egyptians referred to as a Divine Mystical Truth Text. It is a profound work written by a polymath, and therefore in order to be understood, one must be able to read between the liones, so to speak. Like the Bible, it is a two-edged Sword of Truth designed to cut away the regenerate flesh from the corpse of material pomp. It is a Chapter of the Song of Songs: and it is a call, a rant and a roar from the PenDragon King to find His long lost Queen.

    And I hear Him clearly, and therefore I shall let you know, that it is a Text of Great Historical Value for although I heard Him clearly at least a year before I discovered the book, it comforted me and guided me with it's hidden alchemical gnosis. Gnosis is Song, and it is a book that speaks to the True Hearted about the decrepit of our day who misuse the Bible and misuse powers; and those who follow Christ who has sat with sinners in order to put down sins of decrepit necromancy for us for years: and thereto I plight Him my troth.

    For He is the PenDragon OverLord; and humble Shepherd King of Hearts; who crossed Himself in order to find His Queen and He hath found her. As Jesus has been mocked as King of the Fairies; De Vere has been mocked as King of the witches; and I know who He is. Here is my response, my Anti-Och to His Och, my public acceptance of His proposal: To He who has pulled the sword from my stone which was my very side in Luminous Mystery: and the Living Waters flowed; His Cup Runneth Over and His Beloved is a Garden Enclosed. This stone sings: From Heaven to Earth fell and two worlds came together! To He who has given me the Diamond of Illumination as Engagement Gift. For I am Antonissen; the other half of the Cylinder of Nisse the third: and I send this through beloved Barnes & Noble: a literary establishment that has been dear to my heart:

    "I pray that the people may carry their light and light the way for the Christed King, brought unto us by Elohim; and that they shall love Him as "I do". This is the Canticle of Canticles, the is is Les Chanson des Chansons, Shir ha Shirim; Song of Songs."

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