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The revelations are amazing, truly frightening.
on 23 September 2001
In reading this book, I expected a dry, factual history book, drawing on the tales of the Templar Knights - an interesting, but hardly exciting account of days gone by. Instead I found myself reading until 3am, unable to put the book down, as the book revealed secrets and patterns found in all aspects of the world around us, from landscapes to works of art, which endeavoured to solve the mystery of the holy grail. The sheer volume of evidence of repeating patterns found in so many places, and pointing, it would seem to the location, and content of the holy grail was truly fascinating, and at the same time terrifying. If this book proves one thing, it is this - truth really is stranger than fiction.