The Second Messiah

The Second Messiah

Templars, the Turin Shroud, and the Great Secret of Freemasonry

Book - 2005
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Publisher: Gloucester, Mass. : Fair Wind Press, c2005
ISBN: 9781592331581
Branch Call Number: 366.1 KNI
Characteristics: 259 p
Additional Contributors: Lomas, Robert 1947-


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Nov 11, 2017

For almost seven and a half centuries, a piece of cloth was venerated because it bore the image of the crucified Christ. However, but results of carbon dating have shown that the fabric could not have predated 1260. Now new evidence conclusively proves that it is not a face...yet neither is it the image of Jesus Christ.

In the follow-up to their groundbreaking first book, The Hiram Key , Christopher Knight and Robert Lomas continue their research into the mysteries of Freemasonry and the true historical Jesus, and uncover the precise time and place of the shroud's creation.

The answer to the great mystery of the Shroud of Turin will surprise and astonish as the authors unlock the secrets of abandoned Freemason rituals and the man who would be called the Second Messiah.

Nov 11, 2017

5 stars for this book. This book is about the Templar Order of warrior priests. Read this book if you want to see our world in perspective. This is one of the most important readings available. The average public reads junk and is not aware of what goes on around. After reading this book (and others) I realized that the Harry Potter story is a masterful fictionalizing way of telling the history of the Templar Order and the Roman Church. Without the basic knowledge which this book provides nobody would realize this. (Additional, even more details are given by the book: "Solomon's Power Brokers", available in Burnaby PL.) This book here tells us that the Templars (who built the Cathedrals) had their special rituals in the basements of Cathedrals, and the floor of that basement was a chessboard floor. Here you have the clue that at the end part of the Philosopher/Sorcerer Stone episode the basement scene with the Wizard Chess is a representation of this fact. The Templars ("Kings of God") were in fact very materialistic, in the 1200s AD they were World Bankers already and Kings were in debt to them. This is one of the reasons why the Church and the French King Philippe The Fair wanted to rob them. But they could capture a few of the Templars only (most of the Templars fled with their fleet to Scotland), and this book here tells how the Church and the King tortured and killed Jacques de Molay, Grand Master of the Templars, in 1307/1314 AD. If you read the last (Deathly Hallows) episode of the H.P. story, there you find many of the Templars' slogans uttered (they, the Wizards are called there "Nature's Nobility" and the Muggle public "Weed", etc). Of course, the Muggle Crowd is the outsiders, those who don't belong to the Order. And Voldemort (=Val de Mort, in French it means: Death Valley) is in fact the Templar Order, and He is not dead at all. The Gringotts Bank is the World Bank, owned by the Templars. Read the other book of Christopher Knight, titled: "Solomon's Power Brokers" available in Burnaby PL to learn much more on this topic. Don't miss it. Well, who is Dumbledore (Dumb Leader in "Magic" language)? He is in fact the Roman Church (clue: DumbLeader's Phoenix bird is Guy Fawkes - I hope you know who he was?) and also he represents God Creator, Albus (all bust) DumbLeader, who has created an imperfect world. So Dolores Umbrage utters the Templar "Wizards'" slogan "Preserve, Perfect, Prune" as their guideline. It is rightfully said 4 times in the H.P. story that "Muggle public don't notice nothing." The Templars use symbolic Wizard language, where everything has double meaning, but the way it sounds is always the true meaning. Phonetics is used to mislead the Muggles, who take everything (the written form) at face value and don't see the hidden meaning. This book says the Templars called themselves "Kings of God" and in the Book of Revelations (written by them, not John) they identify themselves as such in Ch. 5.10, where they also say that "...we shall rule over the earth." Harry is the Jesus figure adopted by the Roman Church. Now, go on, Muggles, think and be attentive. The world is not what it seems. Where does the knot on our neckties come from? It is a symbol of the Templars. And what is the meaning of that flat and square funny stuff on the head of graduates? it's the mortar board, meaning they will build a cathedral of a perfected world using science. (The builders carried it on their heads up high ladders to build the Cathedrals.)

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