The Marian Conspiracy: The Hidden Truth About the Holy Grail, the Real Father of Christ and the Tomb of the Virgin Mary

The Marian Conspiracy The Hidden Truth About the Holy Grail the Real Father of Christ and the Tomb of the Virgin Mary In the Holy Inquisition seized a secret communique from a senior bishop to the Roman emperor when Christianity became the state religion of the Roman Empire in AD and hid it in the Vatican s

  • Title: The Marian Conspiracy: The Hidden Truth About the Holy Grail, the Real Father of Christ and the Tomb of the Virgin Mary
  • Author: Graham Phillips
  • ISBN: 9780330372022
  • Page: 318
  • Format: Paperback
  • In 1929 the Holy Inquisition seized a secret communique from a senior bishop to the Roman emperor when Christianity became the state religion of the Roman Empire in 325AD, and hid it in the Vatican s most sealed files Graham Phillips research in linking together the pieces of this puzzle at the heart of Western civilization has not only uncovered an extraordinary conspirIn 1929 the Holy Inquisition seized a secret communique from a senior bishop to the Roman emperor when Christianity became the state religion of the Roman Empire in 325AD, and hid it in the Vatican s most sealed files Graham Phillips research in linking together the pieces of this puzzle at the heart of Western civilization has not only uncovered an extraordinary conspiracy, but also a wealth of new evidence pointing to the Jesus who did exist, and what became of his mother and early followers Further, by identifying who the earliest Christians really were, he has possibly uncovered the resting place of Mary This powerful story, which knits together historical analysis, archaeology, science and documentary evidence as never before, has opened up a whole new door of historical exploration.

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    1. This man's imagination is fabulous. The thing I find quite disconcerting is that he actually believes this stuff. The grassy knoll or the second gunman or whatever other freakery resounds around the streets of JFK's Dallas has nothing on the evil shennanigans of the Vatican who conspire to hide the truth of the Virgin Mary being actually King Herod the Great's daughter in law.I kid you not; She is Joseph of Arimathea's mother and he was Jesus's brother; she fled to England along the tin trade ro [...]

    2. A quite amazing alternative history that has attracted a lot of dismissal. Graham Phillips asks some very important questions and even if his story is not true, it certainly makes more sense than the fairy tale story of Jesus believed by billions of people. I am often stunned by how apparently intelligent adults can believe stories of superpowers but then reject a rational explanation. This book is well worth a read but you do need to keep an open mind because it will challenge your beliefs abou [...]

    3. Graham Phillips is another Indiana Jones of the New Testament. It's not the 'hidden truths' that the author uncovers so much as the helter skelter rate he covers the miles, from place to place across the globe, tripping over all the hidden truths and conspiracies that have remained hidden for two thousand years, just waiting for Mr Phillips to turn up and uncover the mystery. It all ends with the tomb of the virgin mother on Anglesey. Like a wet weekend at Trearddur Bay.

    4. Ah religious conspiracies. Can't get enough of them. In this installment, Graham Philips travels from Israel to Wales in an effort to find out if there is a connection between the Holy Grail and the Virgin Mary. Early on he decides that his first job should be to prove if the Virgin Mary actually existed or was she just an invention? To do this he also has to prove that Jesus existed. Using both the Bible and primary sources, he manages to discover that they did exist but also points out a lot o [...]

    5. The book gives some interesting proposals about the life of Jesus and the Virgin Mary and the history of Christianity. I realise the theories proposed are probably not original especially regarding the life and parents of Jesus however the story of Mary in later years is new. Unfortunately this is where I feel the book lets itself down. The firs part is really interesting and well written and number of facts are believable. However the latter part regarding Mary is disappointing as the text is h [...]

    6. This book helped me a lot when I was writing my own book, "Mary, jesus and the Charismatic priest." I like alternative history! With great panache Graham Phillips visited the Holy Land, followed all the clues, and eventually unravelled the life of Mary, the mother of Jesus, who went, after the crucifixion, not to Glastonbury but to Angelsey. It reads like a novel but is so rich you will have to read it more than once, as I have done.

    7. An interesting read, but some points were assumed that I don't think can be assumed. Some things were provided with lots of facts and connections, but when based on somewhat fanciful beginning assumptions they don't go together. For instance, why exactly are we to assume the Joseph who took Jesus' body was his brother? Nowhere that I know of is this connection made other than here. Still, great read.

    8. Surprisingly good read, if not taken too seriously. Can't wait for the next instalment. Discovery of the gospel according to Donald Duck?

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