The Secret Dossier of a Knight Templar of the Sangreal: Revised Edition

The Secret Dossier of a Knight Templar of the Sangreal: Revised Edition

by Gretchen Cornwall

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ISBN-13: 9781912971008
Publisher: Grapevine Press Ltd
Publication date: 11/13/2018
Pages: 382
Sales rank: 76,265
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.04(d)

About the Author

I've always found writing biographies to be rather painful. I will instead share with you how the book came about and in so doing hope to share with you more information about myself than you'll find in a traditional bio -

Life on the Isle of Thanet, S.E. England and found it to be a small community where news travels fast. Word seeped out that I was working on a tome which included the Knights Templar. I was approached by a man claiming to be a modern-day descendant of the banished Order. This caused a raised eyebrow on my part, and I approached the meeting with caution. The discussion bore fruit, and I was not disappointed in the years that followed as the information that was given proved accurate.

The content of the discussion was so astonishing that I found myself altering the course of the book which was not an easy decision to make in mid-stride, but its compelling nature gave me no other choice.
I was shown a map with 'energy lines' crossing over the United Kingdom and the world. Now, this is not incredible as ley line hunting is pervasive today, but I was surprised as the lines intersected with specific Ordnance Survey grid reference points across England and Scotland which were related to historic and modern Templar locations.

I have never come across such an interesting energy map during my years of research. What are the odds of a correlation between 'ley lines' and a rigid navigation grid of specific historic sites, surely it must be impossible? I was told that there '...was no such thing as coincidence'.

My life had changed, and I had become a 'Sub-Rosa Contactee' with a rare opportunity to disseminate esoteric Templarism via an actual physical descendant of the Templars. To protect his identity I chose the name John Temple throughout the book, however towards the end of the writing stage I was to find out his actual heritage which was straight out of a novel.

It became necessary to write a new Chapter One so that I could tell his family history which stems from the French crown and the famous bankers of Florence to the lost Celtic kings of Rheged in Cumbria.

I included the historical, sacred geometry and mystical information peppered throughout my own research.

My contact John Temple is of the Sangreal or blood royal of Jesus and Mary Magdalene the later of which has a strong presence in the book. I followed the story of the Magdalene through Medieval art, illustrated manuscripts up through to the Statue of Liberty and the constellation of Cassiopeia.

There is a great deal more to learn about the many subjects covered in the Secret Dossier, and I view it to be the first installment of many.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments

Introduction

1 The Royal Priests of Cumbria

2 The de Medici’s

3 The de Medici Code

4 The Ancient Kingdom of Rheged Will Rise

5 Bernard de Clairvaux –

Knight of the Morning Star

6 The Black Madonna

7 The Virgin & the Magdalene

8 The Rise of Abbot Bernard

9 The Abbot - Early Medieval Feminist

10 Conflict & Mystical Legacy

11 The Saint & the Cathars

12 Death of a Saint

13 In Praise of the New Knighthood

14 Europe Embraces the Soldiers of Christ

15 Trial by Fire

16 The Fruition of a Templar Curse

17 The Mystery of Clements Pardon

18 Continuation of the Order

19 Safe Harbours

20 The Templars of Rosslyn, Portugal & Nova Scotia

21 The Templar Matrix Map of the World

22 British Atlanteans

23 The Technology of the King

24 The Keystone

25 Heronian Tetrahedron

26 Vesica Piscis-The Alchemical Marriage in Caldbeck Cumbria

27 The Mystery of the H.T. & the Ordnance Survey Grid

28 Escape to the North

29 Saint Kentigern & the Grail Connection

30 The Erasmus Obelisk & the New World

31 The Stars of the Magdalene

32 Philosophia a Medieval Tracing Board

Final Comments

Epilogue Part I

Epilogue Part II

Bibliography

Index

The Isle of Thanet on the S.E. coast of England is a small community. Word seeped out that I had plans to write a book. As a result I had the good fortune to be contacted by a modern day Templar descendant.

With the Knight’s permission I used his Anglicized family name, my chosen alias for him and also his title throughout the book. His actual first name will not appear in this volume.

Knight Templar, John Temple contributed historical, sacred-geometric and mystical content that he asked to have included in this book. I approached the meeting with hope but also a touch of reservation as I had met others in the past who claimed to be Templars.

Excerpt from the Foreword by the Templar Knight Contact:

‘A meeting with Templars took place in secret and turned into a Wake for the King of England and not the expected battle with Scotland and Robert the Bruce.

King Edward I, knew through his extensive spy network that the Templars were targeted by Philip. He called Templar leaders to him and their contributing families and warned them at Burgh by Sands to shave their beards and multiply their numbers through marriage…

This book reveals the story of their descendants...’

The Comte de Mattinata de Medici

November 9, 2018

Excerpt from the Introduction:

Legends that the first Templars found sacred treasures and texts in the Holy Land have increased their glamour and mystique. They were the rock stars of their day when religion was the only game in town.

The origins of the Order lay within the hands of one man, Bernard de Clairvaux. The saint was the focus of controversy when he put swords in the hands of the first fighting monks, his very own Cistercian brothers - a small and failing order which he turned into an international success.

Having followed Magdalene art through history I discovered a few years ago that her secret was hidden in the stars of a constellation which revolves in the northern hemisphere to alternately appear to be an exaggerated’ or ‘W’ respectively. It is a throne attributed to Cassiopeia by the Greeks but in the 12th century if not earlier became secretly associated with the Magdalene.

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