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He has been an expert consultant to many scholars and authors, most notably Dan Brown. In this unique interview, Tim Wallace-Murphy talks with fellow author Philip Gardiner about the true bloodline of Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene, the Secret Brotherhoods, the Knights Templar, the Cathars, the Sufi's, and reveals the spiritual truths held sacred by these groups for centuries.

Tim Wallace-Murphy is an international best-selling author known throughout the world for his deep knowledge of Rosslyn, the Knights Templar, Sacred Geometry, and Rex Deus - the real bloodline of Jesus Christ.

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  • John
  • CORONA, CA, USA
  • 02-24-08

Turn that thing off.

Ever try to have a conversation while someone had a radio blaring, well that's what this is! The narrator had somewhat of a droning voice which in real life could be helped by lipreading. Not here. While what he had to say might have been inportant, the music in the background drowned him out. Why recording companys do this, is beyond me.

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Intriguing.

Offering an insightful perspective, but at times tedious owing to the plethora of detail which is worth enduring.