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The Templar Revelation

The Secret Guardians of the true identity of Christ

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  • Jun 10, 2010
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review by . June 08, 2010
Will the foundations of Christianity forever be changed as these
The secrecy that surrounds and protects the origins of Christianity can easily be compared to, as well as, dwarf the grandeur of  reasoning of why "The Great Wall of China" was built. They were both created for protection from outside invaders. But in the case of Christianity, the fate of millions of followers around the world who have given up their lives to serve their most high Lord Jesus Christ, lies in the hopes that this web of secrecy will never be broken nor ever be penetrated. …
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The Templar Revelation: Secret Guardians of the True Identity of Christ is a book written by Lynn Picknett and Clive Prince and published in 1997 by Transworld Publishers Ltd in Great Britain, Australia and New Zealand. It proposes a fringe hypothesis regarding the relationship between Jesus, John the Baptist and Mary Magdalene, and states that their true story has been suppressed by the Roman Catholic Church through, among other tactics, the conscious selection of the texts that make up the canonical New Testament, their campaigns against heresy, and their propaganda against non-Christians.

While researching the life and works of Leonardo da Vinci, including "his part in faking the Turin Shroud" which the authors document in their book "Turin Shroud— In Whose Image?", they discover a number of signs of unorthodox Christian thinking in the imagery used to portray some of the central characters in the New Testament, especially John the Baptist. Some paintings examined for their unusual choice of imagery include the two versions of Madonna of the Rocks and The Last Supper.

In the latter painting, they propose that the person in the painting seated, from a viewer’s point-of-view, to the left of Jesus is Mary Magdalene rather than John the Apostle, as most art historians identify that person. Furthermore, they point out that their body angles form the letter M, a reference to the Magdalene, and that she and Jesus are dressed in similar but ...

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Author: Lynn Picknett and Clive Prince
Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd (United Kingdom) Touchstone Books (U.S.)
Date Published: 1997
ISBN: 0-684-84891-0

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