Der Heilige Gral und seine Erben has ratings and reviews. Nandakishore said: I originally approached the book with the idea that even if the . Der Heilige Gral und seine Erben, 4 Audio-CDs by Michael Baigent, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The book appeared in Germany in 1 under the title, Der Heilige Gral und seine Erben: Ursprung und Gegenwart eines geheimen Ordens: Sein Wissen und.

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But this book got deep and I’d get lost in their details. I originally approached the book with the idea that even if the “history” was wonky, it will be entertaining to read.

I would not recommend it to anyone who is at all offended by the idea of a purely historical not divine Christ. Not only is this a treasure-trove of information about how the Grail mysteries shaped the cultural history of the French-speaking part of Europe, which is even more than the legends surrounding the Holy Lance shaped that in the German-speaking part.

Not that I’m shocked by their more controversial conjectures, or find the ideas contained in this book as absurd, just that they do a grave misjustice to the readers trust in the way they present the information. You may also like. Well, that consists of half admitted conjecture for which not much in the way of hard evidence is available, half derived from sources that after the book’s publication have been exposed as hoaxes.

I had forgotten that I had read this book. Trying to read it without that is like trying to read medicinal research while simultaneously trying to understand basic scientific concepts.


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It’s so crazy, they pick the sentence which unnd want to focus on and come to conclusions without reading the befores and afters. If you are a deeply Some thought-provoking information but not a lot of real evidence.

Der Heilige Gral und seine Erben

Publication Data Place of Publication. The first half of the book heulige very well documented, and sets the reader up for the idea that the two authors are dealing with hard facts. No wonder the Church didn’t even respond on this book: To be fair, the idea that J.

But this is a book which will check your ability to be open minded and I was.

Except it doesn’t, because they heilite their arguments on sketchy evidence that they conveniently tie together with no concrete reasoning. Only thing I paid attention to was the theory about the writer of the Fourth Gospel which they claim to be Lazarus who was Jesus’ “brother-in-law” because he was the brother of Mary of Bethany who is actually Mary Magdalene who was Jesus’ “wife” and Barabbas is Jesus himself??

I’m halfway through this book and not enjoying it all that much. Would not recommend this – at least to the casual seibe. Return to Book Page.

See details for description of any imperfections. While I’m even more skeptical of the “official” story about Christianity’s beginings than before I read “Holy Blood, Holy Grail” I’m still far from convinced that there’s much truth bral the alternative history that the authors have constructed. I give full marks to the pranksters for doing a very thorough and convincing job.


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Yep, the book famous for inspiring “The DaVinci Code” with its central theory that the Dder dynasty in France was descended from Jesus Christ himself, and this truth was safeguarded through history by a vast network of secret societies masterminded by the Priory of Sion. No ratings or reviews yet. Whether or not Jesus was man or divine, had children or not, still does not have any effect on Christianity in my book. I’d forget what they were trying to prove even.

BUT could “Jesus and his disciples have purposely faked his death at the crucifixion?

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Here’s an Idea Barabbas was an alien! I’m ok with even the whole theory about Merovingians. Which says it all really. It tries to delve into the history of some strange and unknown artifact found within the walls of a church in France during the ‘s and how it may be related to the Holy Grail and the history of Jesus and Mary Magdalene and any potential children they may have had.

This book gained it’s fame through its influence on the da Vinci Code by Dan Brown.

It’s was laughable how seriously the authors seemed to take their dead in the water premise.