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Laurence Gardner - The Royal Bloodlines, The Annunaki & Mono-Atomic Gold
November 13, 2008
Laurence Gardner (17 May 1943 – 12 August 2010) was a writer and lecturer in the "alternative history" genre of research. Laurence Gardner's first book “Bloodline of the Holy Grail” was published in 1996. The book was a best seller. He used his books to propose several theories, including a belief that Jesus and Mary Magdalene had married and had children, whose descendants included King Arthur and the House of Stuart. In “Lost Secrets of the Sacred Ark” he claimed that the Ark of the Covenant was a machine for manufacturing "monatomic gold" - a supposed elixir which could be used to extend life. His books also included theories about Freemasonry, the Knights Templar, The Holy Grail and proposed connections between Atenism and Judaism. In this program, Laurence Gardner talks about "Bloodline of the Holy Grail", the hidden lineage of Jesus. We also talk about his books, “The Grail Enigma: The Hidden Heirs of Jesus and Mary Magdalene” and “Genesis of the Grail Kings: The Explosive Story of Genetic Cloning and the Ancient Bloodline of Jesus”. For our members, Laurence discusses the amazing revelations of the incredible power of gold. Additionally, he talks about the Annunaki and their bloodlines. Who were they and where did they come from?

 

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Laurence Gardner on Wikipedia

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Scottish Knights Templar

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Ormus Products and M-State Elements - White Powder Gold

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Bethlehem

Book of the Dead

Longevity & the Grail

Longevity & The Grail Reference Articles

Lost Secrets of the Ark

Books & DVDs

The Grail Enigma

Bloodline Of The Holy Grail

Genesis Of The Grail Kings

Realm Of The Ring Lords

Lost Secrets Of The Sacred Ark

The Magdalene Legacy

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Comments (2)

Royalty nonsense
Laurence Gardner points out early on in this interview that he always uses original sources for his information, as most historical researchers through the ages have just repeated erroneous information over and over without researching the fact for themselves.
However later on in the first hour, he himself, then repeats one of the biggest and most repeated fallacies of modern times, namely that the british royal family make more money for the country than they actually cost the tax payers to keep them going.

The house of 'Windsor' (Saxe-Coburg-Gotha), their palaces, art collections, etc, ARE NOT the biggest tourist attractions in Britain...most of which are not accessible in any form to the british public or tourists from other coutries...the royal family and their many homes and art collections rarely ever make the top ten tourist attractions.

I'm afraid this man was, at best, very deluded on the subject of the Saxe-Coburg-Gotha famly
#2 - Aquarius - 23/06/2014 - 11:43
Sorry, what do you mean by title?
If as a British Citizen I "own" the national treasures, then can I sell one of mine then please, because living on 75 euro a week, I need the money? I'm sorry, but as far as this guys justification for the Royal family goes, I've never heard such rubbish in my life.
#1 - stratcat - 02/12/2012 - 15:46
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