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Der Heilige Gral und seine Erben by Michael Baigent (2 star ratings)
View all 7 comments. To be fair, the idea that J. Which says it all really. I’m halfway through this book and not enjoying it all that much.
Even as a hard core skeptic I love it all. It was uphill all the way, especially in the middle, when you get bogged down in all those dynasties.
Der Heilige Gral und seine Erben, 4 Audio-CDs : Michael Baigent :
Dan Brown’s one and only source. They say Jesus talked in allegories and then they take the literal meaning of what he said. They take an approach of information overload and repetition, as though if deg say something enough, it will begin to sound true. It took me almost a year to finish this book, and for good reason.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. When the conjectures and meat of the book begin though the sources stop getting cited, and assumptions rrben made which have no basis except for the authors fantastical logic. BUT could “Jesus and his disciples have purposely faked his death at the crucifixion?
Anything is possible heiliige I wouldn’t doubt that the Catholic Church would cover up whatever it had to, to maintain power. I confess to having been fooled by this book.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. While “Holy Blood, Holy Grail” is nowhere as crazy, it’s Yep, the book famous for inspiring “The DaVinci Code” with its central theory that the Merovingian dynasty in France was descended from Jesus Christ himself, and this truth was safeguarded through history by a vast network seone secret societies masterminded by the Priory of Sion. I did read seinw book rather quickly but skipped a lot in the second part regarding “the Priory of Zion”.
Save on Language Courses Trending price is based on prices over last 90 days. And that’s the problem with “Holy Blood, Holy Grail”, it doesn’t have any moment of “wait! If you do or don’t, I really don’t care.
This was my second time reading “Holy Blood Erbwn Grail” Having been brought up in a Baptist church a lot of whats in this book goes against my up bringing.
Refresh and try again.
Der Heilige Gral by Lincoln (Paperback, 1998)
I’ve since become agnostic; however, talking and reading about religion is always intriguing to me. I wish I’d read this a long time ago when I meant to.
The “authors” could have pared this book down by at least pages. We’re sorry, something went wrong. But this book got deep and I’d get lost in their details.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Not because I don’t like the idea or the story, but because I just don’t like the style or prose that Dan Brown uses. However, I’m giving it two stars for the chapters towards the end.
The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. However, I always look at both sides of a coin before jumping into a track, so to speak.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Leigh and Baigent Teabing being an anagram of Baigent. I’m ok with even the whole theory about Merovingians. They’re just very interesting to me. The content was interesting, well-written and plausible.
That’s one of the lamest assumptions I can think of.
Instead, I got something lifeless and boring. A nineteenth century French priest discovers something in his mountain village at the foot of The Pyrenees which enables him to amass and spend a fortune of millions of pounds.
Der Heilige Gral und seine Erben
While it is a fun story to think about, every theory put forth by the author is prefaced with phrases such as “therefore, we can assume Eventually, they do get to the stuff I wanted to hear about, such as the theory that Jesus might have survived his death, and that he might have been married to Mary Magdalene basically, the plot of The Last Temptation of Christ, but with less Brooklyn-accented apostles.
You keep thinking he is going somewhere with a particular subject as he presents clear facts but he frequently loses the trail and has to create speculative facts to fill in the information.
The first half of the book is very well documented, and sets the reader up for the idea that the two authors are dealing with hard facts. Some thought-provoking information but not a lot of real evidence. It’s a good way to cover your bases, but it’s tiresome to read a few hundred pages of “maybes.
Show more Show less. If you are a deeply Some thought-provoking information but not a lot of real evidence. Best to read after reading Dan Brown’s fiction books.