Item description for Genesis of the Grail Kings: The Explosive Story of Genetic Cloning and the Ancient Bloodline of Jesus by Laurence Gardner...
From beneath the windswept sands of ancient Mesopotarnia comes the documented legacy of the creation chamber of the heavenly Anunnaki. Here is the story of the clinical cloning of Adam and Eve, which predates Bible scripture by more than 2,000 years.
From cuneiform texts, cylinder seals, and suppressed archives, best-selling historian and distinguished genealogist Laurence Gardner tells the ultimate story of the alchemical bloodline of the Holy Grail, including:
-Hidden secrets of the Tables of Testimony
-Anti-gravitational science of the pyramid pharaohs
-A history of God and the lords of eternity
-Disclosures of the Phoenix and the Philosophers' Stone
-The superconductive powers of monatomic gold
-A genetic key to the evolutionary Missing Link
-Active longevity and the Star Fire magic of Eden
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1.25" Width: 5.25" Height: 9" Weight: 1.15 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2002
Publisher Fair Winds Press
ISBN 1931412936 ISBN13 9781931412933
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More About Laurence Gardner
Laurence Gardner, a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, is a constitutional historian, international lecturer and broadcaster.
Reviews - What do customers think about Genesis of the Grail Kings: The Explosive Story of Genetic Cloning and the Ancient Bloodline of Jesus?
Can't wait to read more! Apr 9, 2008
I've read many of Zecharia Sitchin's books on the Sumerians and Annunaki, and I have to say I don't regret broadening my horizons a little and reading this book by Laurence Gardner. I have another on order, and will probably read others. He focuses on the beliefs of the Templars, being one himself, and ties in the ancient practice of alchemy and how it originated. While the two men's views differ here and there, I appreciate the consistency of the similarities. This book focuses acutely on religious practices, and the time lines of actual events. I recommend it to anyone thirsty for as much perspective on this subject as they can get.
Absolute Bull Mar 31, 2008
Give us a break Mr.Gardner. This is agenda-driven propaganda masking as informed scholarship. The author belongs to that movement that seeks to redefine man as a product of genetic manipulation by extra-terrestrials or inter-dimensional beings. This premise itself is not unreasonable, but Mr Gardner is dissimilar from Von Daniken, Stichin, et al in that he has a specific axe to grind.
We are the creation of a reptilian master race, the dragons of Lucifer. There never was a divine ideal for man, no vision for us to the children of God. No, humanity was simply a breeding experiment by an intellectually superior species. So there was no Fall, only liberation. The Grail Kings are serpent/human hybrids who are our rightful rulers and teachers. Theirs is the Holy bloodline. Jesus was one of them. Methinks the author also believes the same about himself.
In reality, this book is an apology for a type of satanism. It is choc-a-bloc with convoluted half truths which might impress readers who are cynical of religious orthodoxy. But this is not the blind leading the blind. The author clearly knows what he is doing. He's made his bed and he's lying in it. I'm not getting in with him.
Mark Gibbs Author, The Virgin and The Priest
A great piece of christian fantasy. Dec 8, 2007
As both an author and reader of fiction, I was impressed with Genesis of the Grail Kings. Maybe it is because I have always enjoyed a book that could hold my attention and make me think at the same time. In a nutshell, the characters are believable and yet a little out of the ordinary and the story line interesting. Give this book a try. I have also written a book about the cloning of Jesus, but my main story line is ten years in the life of a little girl who was "chosen by God" to be the next Madonna in the second coming of Christ. Tommy Taylor Author - The Second Virgin Birth
Weird Science Jan 13, 2007
Gardner's "non-fiction" book is based on the idea that Jesus and Mary Magdalene had children and their descendants became European royalty. Other books have the same idea. Gardner diverges into the world of science fiction or crazy people when he begins writing about aliens and a super human race. I'm fairly open minded, and while anything is possible, I began to doubt Gardner's credibility and motives. Not necessary reading.
At Last The Truth Jun 29, 2006
I was blown away by this book. I always felt there was something we were not being told. When I actually got into the book, I was saying, yes, yes, yes, I knew it! Everyone from the age of 5 up needs to read this book. It will enlighten and sometimes frighten, but in the end it will give you knowledge. You will finally be able to think for yourself and start asking questions that the Church does not want us to ask. After reading this book, I felt for the first time in my life that everything was starting to make sense.