An exciting mystery story of competing searchers for the Holy Grail in modern-day
Europe. A page-turner. Anti-Roman Catholic. Pro-female worship and pagan.
Full of alleged facts showing that throughout European history the myth has been
kept alive by secret societies who worshipped Mary Magdeline as the wife of Jesus.
An organization called Opus Dei with headquarters at 243 Lexington Avenue in NYC
is portrayed as a Vatican prelature whose top Bishop is seeking the Holy Grail to
protect the Church from its secrets and to give himself more power within the
organization. The Priory of Sion (a secret society founded in 1099) is depicted as
possessors of the Holy Grail who will reveal its contents when the time is right.
Year Read: 2004
Libertarian Essays by Roy Halliday
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