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Lost Secrets of the Sacred Ark: Amazing Revelations of the Incredible Power of Goldby Laurence Gardner
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The sacred Ark of the Covenant, created from a legendary substance, is the source of one of the deepest mysteries of the Western world. No reason is given in the Bible as to why the Ark of the Covenant was so richly contrived, and no explanation exists of its alleged awesome and deadly powers.
Laurence Gardner has accessed Rosicrucian archives in liaison with eminent nuclear physicists to reveal where the ark is, what it is, and how this lost secret of the distant past, has led to the phenomenal new science of space-time manipulation.
Gardner's controversial research reveals that the secret of the pharaohs' rite of passage to the Afterlife was due to an amazing magical substance, which was directly associated with the pyramids and the biblical Ark of the Covenant.
This substance, now known to be superconductive monatomic gold, became know as the Philosophers' Stone, while in today's corridors of quantum mechanics its attributes are classified as "the most remarkable physical property in the universe."
This book examines the secrets of the Grail bloodline from Moses to Jesus, delineates fascinating new information about the Knights Templar, and reveals the lost secrets of Royal Arch Freemasonry.
Paperback edition of this fascinating history of the scared Ark of the Covenant, revealing, amongst other things, the secret of the pharoahs' rite of passage to the afterlife. From the bestselling author of "Bloodline of the Holy Grail". 16pp plates.
About the Author
Gardner is an internationally renowned sovereign genealogist and historical lecturer, Chancellor of the Imperial Dragon Sovereignty, Prior of the Sacred Kindred of Columbia, Preceptor of the Knights Templar of St. Anthony, and a Fellow of Antiquaries of Scotland.
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