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Holy blood, Holy Grail

Author: Michael Baigent; Richard Leigh; Henry Lincoln
Publisher: New York : Delta Trade Paperbacks, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : Delta trade paperback edView all editions and formats
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A revolutionary study explores the startling information uncovered in mysterious parchments unearthed in a small French church that reveal new insight into the mystery of the Holy Grail.
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Genre/Form: History
Miscellanea
Trivia and miscellanea
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Baigent; Richard Leigh; Henry Lincoln
ISBN: 0385338457 9780385338455 0385338597 9780385338592
OCLC Number: 54530039
Notes: Originally published in Great Britain by Jonathan Cape in 1982. Now with a new introduction to the paperback ed.
Description: 489 pages, [24] pages of plates : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Contents: pt. 1. The mystery --
1. Village of mystery --
Rennes-le-Château and Bérenger Saunière --
The possible treasures --
The intrigue --
2. The Cathars and the great heresy --
The Albigensian crusade --
The siege of Montségur --
The Cathar treasure --
The mystery of the Cathars --
3. The warrior-monks --
Knights Templar : the Orthodox account --
Knights Templar : the mysteries --
Knights Templar : the hidden side --
4. Secret documents. pt. 2. The secret society --
5. The Order behind the scenes --
The mystery surrounding the foundation of the Knights Templar --
Louis VII and the Prieuré de Sion --
The "cutting of the elm" at Gisors --
Ormus --
The Prieuré at Orléans --
The "head" of the Templars --
The Grand Masters of the Templars --
6. The Grand Masters and the underground stream --
René d' Anjou --
René and the theme of Arcadia --
The Rosicrucian manifestos --
The Stuart dynasty --
Charles Nodier and his circle --
Debussy and the Rose-Croix --
Jean Cocteau --
The two John XXIIIs --
7. Conspiracy through the centuries --
The Prineuré de Sion in France --
The dukes of Guise and Lorraine --
The bid for the throne of France --
The Compagnie du Saint-Sacrement --
Château Barberie --
Nicolas Fouquet --
Nicolas Poussin --
Rosslyn Chapel and Shugborough Hall --
The Pope's secret letter --
The rock of Sion --
The Catholic Modernist movement --
The protocols of Sion--
The Hiéron du Val d'Or --
8. The secret society today --
Alain Poher --
The lost king --
Curious pamphlets in the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris --
The Catholic traditionalists --
The convent of 1981 and Cocteau's statutes --
M. Plantard de Saint-Clair --
The politics of the Prineuré de Sion --
9. The long-haired monarchs --
Legend and the Merovingians --
The bear from Arcadia --
The Sicambrians enter Gaul --
Merovée and his descendants --
Blood royal --
Clovis and his pact with the church --
Dagobert II --
The usurpation by the Carolingians --
The exclusion of Dagobert II from history --
Prince Guillem de Gellone, Comte de Razès --
Prince Ursus --
The Grail family --
The elusive mystery --
10. The exiled tribe. pt. 3. The bloodline --
11. The Holy Grail --
The legend of the Holy Grail --
The story of Wolfram von Eschenbach --
The Grail and Cabalism --
The play on words --
The lost kings and the Grail --
The need to synthesize --
The hypothesis --
12. The priest-king who never ruled --
Palestine at the time of Jesus --
The history of the gospels --
The marital status of Jesus --
The wife of Jesus --
The beloved disciple --
The dynasty of Jesus --
The crucifixion --
Who was Barabbas? --
The crucifixion in detail --
The scenario --
13. The secret the church forbade --
The zealots --
The Gnostic writings --
14. The Grail dynasty --
Judaism and the Merovingians --
The principality of Septimania --
The seed of David --
15. Conclusion and portents for the future --
Appendix. The alleged Grand Masters of the Prineuré de Sion.
Responsibility: Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh, and Henry Lincoln.
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A revolutionary study explores the startling information uncovered in mysterious parchments unearthed in a small French church that reveal new insight into the mystery of the Holy Grail.

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