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Science and the Mystical
Columnist: Brian Kannard | Posted on 11-18-2008 | 1 comment
For anyone that has delved into any sort of crypto-history, the world is a wonderfully mysterious place. It seems natural that those interested in delving into...




Has Tudor Parfitt’s Ark been stolen?
Columnist: Brian Kannard | Posted on 5-7-2008 | 0 comments
On 17 Mar 08, a report came through on the Huliq web site that Tudor Parfitt’s Ark ...




The miraculous Templar diamond
Columnist: Brian Kannard | Posted on 12-22-2007 | 5 comments
Last month, I had cited a press release on my blog about the near...




Knights Templar arrest: 700th anniversary
Columnist: Brian Kannard | Posted on 10-29-2007 | 3 comments
There is an unmistakable power in the first rays of sunlight peaking over the horizon. The renewal of daybreak vanquishing the darkness and despair of night is ...




The church of Saint Marie Madeleine
Columnist: Brian Kannard | Posted on 9-21-2007 | 3 comments
Most aspects of the life and construction works of Bérenger Saunière have been analyzed by Rennes-le-Chateau enthusiasts ad infinitum. The driving force behind...




The Templar’s plague
Columnist: Brian Kannard | Posted on 8-26-2007 | 0 comments
“The law of unintended consequences, often cited but rarely defined, is that actions of people—and especially of government—always have effects that are unantic...




The Stone of Destiny
Columnist: Brian Kannard | Posted on 7-21-2007 | 1 comment
There is one common thread that holds most monarchies together. Bloodlines, royal jewels, ceremonies, and associated pomp all boil down to a feeling of traditio...




Midsummer's eve
Columnist: Brian Kannard | Posted on 6-24-2007 | 11 comments
For as long as man has memory, we have ascribed importance to certain days of the year. Be these days’ feasts, astronomical events, birthdays, or anniversaries...




The Nanteos Cup
Columnist: Brian Kannard | Posted on 6-3-2007 | 0 comments
One of the most interesting facets of Grail lore is the number of cups that exist that lay claim to being the Holy Grail. I can think of at least a dozen diffe...




Hertfordshire Grail mystery reexamined
Columnist: Brian Kannard | Posted on 5-10-2007 | 4 comments
2004 passed with many of you not knowing the names of Tim and Ben Acheson. This is not surprising to my American audience since the story was chronicled in news...

 
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