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Lost Tomb of the Knights Templar
Lost Tomb of the Knights Templar
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1.0 out of 5 stars This book is indeed FAKE, 23 April 2012
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Setting aside the writing style, which I found intensely annoying, with endless anecdotes about bringing his own English sausages to France to avoid having to eat that nasty foreign muck, in recent months Ben Hammott AKA Bill Wilkerson has admitted that the whole thing was a hoax. Type 'ben hammott hoax' into Google and see for yourself. Don't waste your money, this book should not be pedaled as factual as it clearly is not.
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Key To The Sacred Pattern: The Untold Story Of Rennes-le-Chateau
Key To The Sacred Pattern: The Untold Story Of Rennes-le-Chateau
by Henry Lincoln
Edition: Paperback

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1.0 out of 5 stars Science Fiction, 3 Feb. 2010
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This book starts out with an interesting autobiographical account from Henry Lincoln (one of the co-authors of The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail) of his long-time involvement with the mystery of Rennes-le-Château. Whilst everything is told solely from Lincoln's viewpoint (anyone who doesn't agree with his ideas is branded as being closed-minded, an unclear thinker, or a spokesperson for a hidden power) it is entertaining nonetheless.

Things take an altogether different turn in part two, where Lincoln puts forward a pseudo-scientific theory of "landscape geometry". The methods employed lack any form of scientific rigour and at times defy logic. That said, the ideas are presented in such an unconvincing manner that I doubt many will taken-in by these theories.

Henry Lincoln aka Henry Soskin aka Norman Ashby, trained as an actor at RADA and subsequently appeared on television in, amongst other things, The Avengers. He then moved into television writing, being partly responsible for several episodes of Doctor Who. Some might say he has never strayed far from the world of science fiction and fantasy...


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