on 8 February 2006
having read all previous works by these authors i expected some new light on the subject of rex deus,unfortunately this was not the case.if you have read and enjoyed there previous books then i would leave it at that as all this book does is re-cap evrything mentioned in previous books.maybe my expectations were to high but why do they insist on giving whole chapters to the rise and fall of the knights templar when any book discussing the subject tells the same story.
on 20 February 2010
the custodians of truth the author's second volume after publidhing the rex deus the true mystiry of Renex de chateaux and dynasty of Jesus might be considered a greate havoc for those who believe in Messiah's divinity . In this regard as discussed in his previous work the author has embedded these families within hyier hiearchies of medieval organisations such as the knight templars and the priesthood community in which Jesus and marry were high members. Overall, bearing in mind his previous book, nothing particular has been added in my opinion except linking jesus to egyptian doctrines espaciallly that topics such as james the just, Paul , rise and fall of the knight templars and theri founders's linkage or heritage with the obscure rex deus families were curiously discussed in the first volume. Nevertheless , i understand and rather appreciate MR. Tim's greate efforts to sustain or rather adress a second book within the same topic espacially and in his owr words Tim has been contacted by an unknown figure claiming his descendance form HUgh De Payens the first grand master of the knight templars informing him that there are still some missing Jugsaw in the Puzzle. in the first work.