Bored of the usual old routine? Feel like doing something really spectacular? Why not join the cryptozoologist ranks and head on a trip across the globe in search of the most elusive, what some would even call mythological creatures.
"...Most of these things are so elusive it almost defies belief for them to be regular animals..."
Cliff posted his behind the scenes views for the episode of Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot entitled “Australian Yowie” on his website.
Filmmaker Guillermo del Toro shares two experiences he had with ghosts in this interview:
A reader has got in touch to ask me the following question: Does there exist somewhere on the net a comprehensive list (from a reputable source) outlining all the published papers (peer reviewed and such) that provide evidence (greater than chance...
Still on the subject of mediums, I heard recently from Dr. Julie Beischel at the Windbridge Institute. She has a new e-book out describing her ten years of research: Among Mediums: A Scientist's Quest for Answers. She has published journal articles...
Radio Rennessence is closing down for business. The three interviewers Philip Coppens, Corjan de Raaf and Andrew Gough can no longer combine the podcasting station with their many other individual engagements. It is with a sad heart that they have therefore chosen to stop publishing audio interviews. The site will remain online. The RSS News Service will also continue as it has for the last three years.
Researcher & singer-songwriter Corjan de Raaf has published the video clip for his single "City of Secrets (the Grail in you)". The song was inspired by Patrice Chaplin's bestseller "City of Secrets" and deals with her relationship with the keeper of the Grail Josep Tarres.
Researcher Ben Hammott has published some original drawings by Abbé Saunière, whose life and dealings are at the heart of the Mystery of Rennes-le-Château. The drawings were discovered inside the priests Atlas. They tell us a lot about Saunières fascination with the French royal line and as such confirm the suspicions he was a legitimist, in favour of making France a monarchy again.
Andrew Gough's Arcadia website has been fully re-styled by artist Mark Foster who applied a radical and very colorful new design. As an opening gift, Andrew Gough is offering a full chapter by author Patrice Chaplin from her book 'The Door', sequel to 'City of Secrets'.
Guy Patton's Rennes-le-Château book 'Web of Gold' was already a good book. Now available as 'Masters of Deception', the completely overhauled book is probably one of the best available today. It can be considered as the missing part three of the 'Holy Blood, Holy Grail' & 'Messianic Legacy' trilogy that never appeared.
Isaac Ben Jacob's book the Rise (co-authored by Sarah Fishberg) was controversial long before it hit the stores. The book takes a completely different approach on the Mystery of Rennes-le-Château and comes to some remarkable conclusions, meticulously analyzing the historical context of the time. You can now see what the fuzz is all about for yourself as the book is now available from the online booksellers.
In his latest Blog, "Holy Blood, Holy Grail" gives us a bit more insight in the events that happened around the filming of his famous BBC Chronicle Documentaries. The writer also comments on recent developments in the village of Rennes-le-Château and the moving of Saunière's tomb.
JERUSALEM — The remains of a 2,000-year-old synagogue where Jesus may have preached were found on the shore of the Sea of Galilee, archaeologists said on Friday. The synagogue, one of the oldest ever found, was unearthed at Migdal, which Christians believe to be the birthplace of Mary Magdalene, a leading follower of Jesus.
Dutch artist Corjan de Raaf will launch a single tomorrow inspired by the novel The Book of Love by American bestseller author Kathleen McGowan. De Raaf, who is also the creator of the Rennes-le-Château Research website, has written an unconventional lovesong around the love between Mary-Magdalene and Jesus.
New evidence has been unearthed which hints at undiscovered treasure in the iconic Scottish church of Rosslyn. The 15th century church has been the subject of speculation over its hidden secrets since the publication of the Da Vinci Code, and some believe the chapel even hides the famous Holy Grail.
In a new article on her website, american author Margaret Starbird analyzes Leonardo Da Vinci's Last Supper. She shares some very interesting observations and connections involving the hovering Grail.
In Austria, researcher Christof Summer, has discovered a colored copy of the painting that served as the original for the altar in Rennes-le-Château. This altar is pivotal to many modern lines of research into the mystery associated with the village and its enigmatic priest Berenger Saunière.
The Radio Rennessence team interviewed punk legend Rat Scabies (Chris Millar), who was fed the mystery of Rennes-le-Château through his baby bottle. Today he is a recognised authority in the field. Rat's quest for the Holy Grail was the topic of the hilarious book Rat Scabies and the Holy Grail. Only on Radio Rennessence.
Greg Rigby’s The God Secret claims to uncover a startling truth about the greatest mystery of all times: the origins of the Judeo/Christian God and its religious teachings. This book contains relevant data and evidence of how myths beginning as early as 6750 determined what most Christians recognize as truth.