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  • ISBN 097617040X
  • ISBN13 978-0976170402
  • Language English
  • Author Tracy R. Twyman
  • Publisher Dragon Key Press/Quintessential Publications (2004)
  • Pages 256
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  • Category Religion
  • Subcategory Occult and Paranormal
  • Size ePub 1106 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
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Occult expert and historian Tracy R. Twyman has been investigating the enigma of the Holy Grail and Rennes-le-Chateau for more than seven years, and has written extensively about it in Dagobert’s Revenge Magazine, as well as other publications. Now at last she has fully disclosed the shocking conclusions of her exhaustive research.

Twyman has discovered that the bloodline of the Merovingians stems not only from Christ and Mary Magdalene, but in fact, goes back to the god-kings and queens of the antediluvian world. She has also determined the nature of the physical object called "the Holy Grail" - a magnificent structure hidden beneath Rennes-le-Chateau, France. And within this structure is perhaps the greatest treasure of human history: the grave of a sacred king named Cain, who brought kingship and the wisdom of the gods down from Heaven. Throughout history, the secret of the Grail, the tradition of the Grail, and the bloodline of the Grail have inspired the activities of secret societies, and guided the destiny of humanity. It has been at the center of a struggle both cosmic and terrestrial that has lasted for thousands of years.

In the pages of this volume, Twyman reveals the answers to dozens of questions that have remained unanswered for decades, centuries, and even millennia. She deciphers nearly all of the many clues pertaining to this mystery that have been left by the Priory of Sion, Berenger Sauniere, the Knights Templar, and the Freemasons. But more than that, she has decoded a tangled web of clues found in history, world mythology, Judeo-Christian scriptures, and the traditions of the occult, resulting in a bold reinterpretation of the story of human civilization. And the outcome is not what you would expect. The villains and protagonists are not who you might presume them to be. For the Holy Grail is a treasure both cursed and sacred, bestowing knowledge both of Good and of Evil.

After reading this book, you will never think of history, mythology, or the Bible the same way again. You will say to yourself, "Now I know that I am illuminated."

Topics covered in this volume include:

Rennes-le-Chateau The Holy Grail The Priory of Sion The Blanchefort Tombstone Le Serpent Rouge Secret Dossiers The Sauniere Parchments Jean Cocteau Rosicrucianism Freemasonry Royal Bloodlines Alchemy Sacred Geometry The Secret Calendar The Number 13 The Mysteries of Chess The Cave of Treasures The Ark of the Covenant The Temple of Solomon Jacob’s Ladder The Deluge The Garden of Eden The Tower of Babel The Black Sun The Hollow Earth Atlantis Ancient Sumer Ancient Egypt Ancient India Ancient Israel The Lord of the Earth The Language of Light The Stone From Heaven The Morning Star The Origins of Christianity The Heretical Teachings of Jesus Mary Magdalene Judas Iscariot John the Baptist Lucifer Satan Cain Enoch Baal Jehovah Baphomet Asmodeus Dagon Oannes


The mystery of Rennes-le-Chateau has been cracked! . The Merovingian Mythos is a great book in many ways. There is plenty of information about bible characters and quotes from the New and Old Testaments.

The mystery of Rennes-le-Chateau has been cracked! The secret of the Grail has been revealed! And the results are absolutely mind-boggling! . etc. A very good presentation is made of Cain & Able, Satin, Annunaki, Enki & Enlil, etc. This book makes the rift between Cather’s and the Catholic Church very understandable. If Jesus did not die on the cross, but lived in France, and did not ascend into heaven where is the basis for the Roman Catholic Church?

Tracy Twyman has been a journalist for ten years, and is a noted expert on the occult. She has studied the Holy Grail mystery for seven years, and from 1996-2004 published Dagoberts Revenge Magazine - a journal dedicated to the Merovingians, the Grail and Rennes-le-Chateau.

Tracy Twyman has been a journalist for ten years, and is a noted expert on the occult. She has also written for Hustler, Paranoia, and Propaganda Magazine, and has been interviewed on numerous television and radio shows.

Her most well-known books include Clock Shavings, The Merovingian Mythos, Solomon’s Treasure . Before writing books, Tracy R. Twyman is an American non-fiction author, born on August 28, 1978 in Kansas City, Missouri.

Her most well-known books include Clock Shavings, The Merovingian Mythos, Solomon’s Treasure, and Money Grows on the Tree of Knowledge. Her latest is Baphomet: The Temple Mystery Unveiled, co-written with Alexander Rivera of The AeonEye. She writes about esoteric history. Her most well-known books include Clock Shavings, The Merovingian Mythos, Solomon’s Treasure, and Money Grows on the Tree of Knowledge. Her latest is Baphomet: The Temple Mystery Unveiled, co-written.

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Twyman has discovered that the bloodline of the Mero vingians stems not only from Christ and Mary Magdalene, but in. .

Twyman has discovered that the bloodline of the Mero vingians stems not only from Christ and Mary Magdalene, but in fact, goes back t o the god-kings and queens of the antediluvian world. She has also determined th e nature of the physical object called "the Holy Grail" - a magnificent structure hidden beneath Rennes-le-Chateau, France.

Tracy Twyman made a 27 minute video which on May 24 she reportedly gave to just 2 friends for safekeeping, one of whom posted it after her death

2011 - Money Grows on the Tree of Knowledge - An esoteric history of money that received 25 starts from 5 users. Tracy Twyman made a 27 minute video which on May 24 she reportedly gave to just 2 friends for safekeeping, one of whom posted it after her death

These questions and more are addressed in Tracy R. Twyman's long awaited book "The Merovingian Mythos and .

These questions and more are addressed in Tracy R. Twyman's long awaited book "The Merovingian Mythos and the Mystery of Rennes-le-Chateau. She has pursued the Grail mystery in her magazine, Dagobert's Revenge, for more than seven years. After reading this volume, you will never look at history or mythology the same way again. Quintessential Publications,.

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Talk about The Merovingian Mythos and the Mystery of Rennes-le-Chateau


Kelerius
The Merovingian Mythos is a great book in many ways. There is plenty of information about bible characters and quotes from the New and Old Testaments. etc. A very good presentation is made of Cain & Able, Satin, Annunaki, Enki & Enlil, etc. This book makes the rift between Cather’s and the Catholic Church very understandable. I.e. If Jesus did not die on the cross, but lived in France, and did not ascend into heaven where is the basis for the Roman Catholic Church? The Catholic Church has done much good in this world during the past 100 years, but I wish they didn’t have to make us all sinners, although at times they may have a point when one looks at the world of today. It is easy to understand why the others would rather be the chosen ones.

It was not covered in this book, and I do not understand, why the Spanish Inquisition by the Church of Rome came so late: Spanish Inquisition established: 1478; abandoned in 1800’s. It would seem like eliminating the Cather’s/Templars, etc. would have been a massive effort by Rome much earlier.

At times this book has a bit too much detail for me, on some of the key characters like Mary Magdalene, etc... Good glossary. This book helped me understand why the Catholic Church wanted to destroy the Merovingian families in France and the Cather’s and later the Knight Templars and possibly even now, the Masons (?) who most likely support the Knight Templars philosophy?

One problem with the book, I don't know how to properly pronounce the word Merovingian, and it is used extensively in the book.
Togor
Very interesting ! Quite a bit of information and interesting ties in the material.
Xanzay
Very detailed history by the author. She has been able to find missing links I was searching for on this subject matter. A bit dry at times, but it shows how much time and effort was put into the subject. Great book.
Wal
By far one of the most informative books i have purchased on the subject. I highly recommend as a must read
Bort
This book was a love/hate relationship with me! Approximately 75% was facinating. The remaining 25%, in my oppinion belonged in another book. Still there was alot of valuable information in this part also.
Dddasuk
Its a highly engrossing and interesting book. Highly informational and indepth detail. I would recommend it to all people who are interested in history, mythology and all those who are interested in learning the truth about Jesus.
Tane
This was a great book . I enjoyed reading this book. A lot of twist and turns . Very informative.
I think it may be possible that the proto-French were busily hatching paranoid plots and forming esoteric secret societies as far back as when they discovered it was possible to paint on cave walls. Certainly the area of the Languedoc and Rennes-le-Chateau have been hotbeds of the occult for nearly two millennia. If you name a European legend, it either came from there or dropped in for a long visit. And, as books like The Da Vinci Code prove, we are fascinated with all that strangeness.

The best part is that at least part of all these events is true. The Merovingians were real and narrowly missed ruling Europe several times. The Languedoc was accessible from the Middle East from as far back as the Christ's time - it is perfectly possible that Mary Magdalene and Joseph of Arimathea did turn up there. And Jesus' crucifixion could have been staged. And don't forget the Cathars and the Templars. Or the good Abbe Sauniere. There are just enough facts and tempting theories to delight and entertain us for years.

Thanks to Holy Blood, Holy Grail everyone thinks that the Priory of Sion is the modern endpoint of a series of secret societies that believed that Jesus survived to flee to Europe and that, over the centuries sacred objects have been collected in some secret cache, clues to which were found by Abbe Sauniere. And for all we know part or all of this is true. The Priory certainly exists, and they have made no secret of their plans to establish a pan-European monarchy.

I find all this fascinating because the themes and ideas that play here are part history and part insight into the real narratives of the west. The grail, King Arthur, and many other themes blend together into myth and magic. And myth and magic have a lot to do with how our thinking got to where it is. And so I picked up The Merovingian Mythos with the hope that I would find out more about the real Merovingians, and why they play such a central role in all this occult and esoteric cosmology.

Tracy Twyman starts out well. The first three chapters are a reprise of the Languedoc history and the constituents of the Priory of Sion. They don't add a lot to Holy Blood, Holy Grail, but they are a good summary for those who skipped the original. And then something horrible happens. Twyman shifts gears and starts trying to make connections between the Merovingians and the stories of Atlantis. We are treated to a frenetic dissertation that sets a new high for distorted etymology as Twyman tried to tie every single bit of mythology, be it Norse, Middle Eastern, European, or South American into one chaotic mélange which she claims is the true history of Atlantic. And this is just the beginning. Next come Satanism and the Book of Enoch. The only thing missing are aliens from outer space.

To me this book is a deep disappointment. Admittedly esotericism offers plenty of opportunity for extreme fantasy. But the Merovingians and their legacy have played a long and interesting part in the development of European culture. Antediluvian excesses ring totally false in this context. If you have already read Holy Blood, Holy Grail then avoid this book and acquire a good history of early Europe instead.