The Priory of Scion...Mary Magdalene and Sangreal

The Priory of Scion exists. Please realize that the History Channel is owned by a gatekeeper illuminati who's job it is to hide the truth. This is a very interesting site. Of course, no one has to believe anything they haven't seen with their own eyes. If Jesus and Mary had children and the lineage progressed ...it will also transgress unknowingly to many and spread past the official "SANG REAL" line. Ponder this...Jesus died over 2,000 years ago approximately how many children could possibly have his blood. His blood is the blood of Kings...royalty. Somewhere along the lineage not everyone would result as "supernatural" Jesus if they did not possess the spirit of God inside of them or practice to obtain mastery of those certain "miracle" powers...Need I bring up Kane and Able and how different they were...although brothers?

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Hi Amora, thanks for the input. I doubt very much from my own personal experience that Philippe de Cherissey was a forger, though my late husband could have forged anything, his ability was so great. That he would have personally copied ancient originals rather than deposit them in a public library, I would see as simple commonsense. I may be wrong. I may be correct. And both at the same time. Goes for just about everything and nothing in this very puzzling reality? Sometimes I wonder just how many are involved in projecting it, how many control it? How valid their belief that the image is of more significance than actuality, may be? That it has allowed apparently successful manipulations could be only a short-term effect. Perhaps enough for their purposes, their concept of 'heaven'. I seem to remember a quote from somewhere to the effect "What I am, you are also. What I can do, you can do also." How very liberating. Liber = Book/to read. Ating reminds me of 'Eating' as well as 'hating'. "You are what you eat?" :-) Lys

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I wrote an article on this site titled, Christmas: Jesus--the Sun God lies, Deceptions and the truth". But I also wrote another article titled, : Dan Brown's Solomom Key Will not Reveal Anything New" I Stated,

" Dan Brown came to national prominence based on his book titled, “The DaVinci Code” in which he decodes the symbolism associated with the man known as Jesus the Christ to the western world, but better known in the East as Yeshua Ben Yosef (Jesus the Son of Joseph). The authenticity of Jesus divinity and the misconceptions associated with his earthly existence has been shrouded in secrecy for over 2000 years; in particular how the European Bishops at the Council of Nicea in 325 A.D. set up Christianity and mystified the man called Jesus. We have known for a very long time that Jesus was of human extraction and he was married and had children. (Reference: “The Hiram Key” by Christopher Knight and Robert Lomas and “Turning Hiram Key” by Robert Lomas)

Dan Brown’s so-called novel “The Da Vinci Code” only further exposed the erroneous belief that Jesus divinity and celestial persona was all concocted by Constantine and the Roman Catholic Church. The Priory of Sion is a Masonic styled organization and for generations has held the secret that Jesus bloodline was passed down through Mary Magdalene (Perhaps only a Masonic organization could conceal a secret like this for 2000 years) and Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci's masterful piece the last supper depiction of Jesus and his disciples actually shows a woman and some scholars of the Holy Grail maintained that Jesus was intimately involved and married to the biblical Mary Magdalene. “The Da Vince Code” was full of Masonic enigmas and brainteasers. (Reference: “The Da Vinci Code” by Dan Brown).

Stay Awake Until We Meet Again,
Fahim A. Knight

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in recent observations, i have come to notice that your signature is an awful lot like mine (i remain forever in the darkness until we meet again). i would just like to let you know, the priory is quite upset with your actions. please be expecting punishment from god in upcoming days.
i remain forever in the darkness until we meet again,
Poseidon, your humble servant

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I have to agree with "The Priory of Sion" being a masonic organization indeed, there is enough evidence, However, I disagree that there is concrete evidence proving that Jesus was indeed married to Mary Magdalena. Where do we find this evidence ? And, what if she was his sister. Many countries in West Africa are matrilineal in their social structures (though this is changing), And to date,especially within the Royal courts,and the provincial areas, A man's heir,and wealth,lands,properties,etc, can only be passed on to his sisters children. When a King,or Sub-King(a chief) dies,his children are not eligible to sit on that throne, it is always the sisters children.

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What if Jesus never existed?
Have a look at this web site www.jesusneverexisted.com
You might find it interesting.

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Some guy named Jesus existed, and he preached stuff that caused trouble for the Judeans and the Romans at about the right time. This guy was executed for that. This is documented.

Whether he was a holy person, the son of god, is another question. Indeed, none of what he preached was recorded in writing at the time.

It may be that popular preachings among some Jewish sects were later attributed to this one particular guy. We don't know that and we never will, in a scientific way (unless we develop time travel).

But a man with that name, who was executed, did exist. That much is pretty certain, the rest is belief.

The prophet Muhammad was quite certain that Jesus existed, and that this guy was a prophet. Muhammad certainly was a historical figure. Whether his religious teachings were inspired by God himself, or by dehydration, starvation and drug abuse, we will never know. If you hang out in the desert sun, don't drink or eat, and you smoke stuff, you will have visions. God can give you visions too.

I can understand why people do not believe the religious aspects. But why this obsession with trying to prove that the historical person did not exist? What does that have to do with believing anything about the principles of these religions?

Moses supposedly was directed by God himself, that (for example), you should not murder people.

Now, if you make a convincing case that Moses never existed (easier to make that point than Jesus or Muhammad), does that now entitle you to kill people willy-nilly, on a daily basis?

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i really like the way you explained things here.
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i have been giving this topic some serious thought recently...here are some of my musings...

1. given the mythology already associated george washington (a person we can all agree existed) and providing he continues to be a prominent historical (and somewhat mythological) figure...he has been the subject of cult-like devotion all over the world over the 2 centuries since the founding of the united states...but much of what we already believe about him is false, however, it is used to teach morality (i.e. i cannot tell a lie, i cut down the cherry tree)...how will that history and mythology be exaggerated, manipulated, embellished, expounded or otherwise indulged over the next 1700-ish years - will he come out looking like a "jesus" figure after 2000 years? and what 18th-century thinking/writing might be falsely attributed to him?

2. if concrete evidence for the existence of the historical jesus is the litmus test for belief - and for acceptance or rejection of *his* message, then shouldn't we all be muslims because we DO know mohammad existed...

3. i know my grandfather existed - i saw him and touched him in the flesh; i also have photographs - i know his birth date, parents names, siblings names, place of birth, etc)...however, even with this knowledge i have NOT been able to find him or any of his family anywhere in the u.s. census records (he was born in 1899 in illinois and should appear in 1900, 1910, and 1920; the 1930 records are just now being released)...because i cannot find official census proof of his existence, should i therefore conclude that he did not exist? or are the oral traditions of my family enough?

4. SO WHAT? does it matter if there is no historical jesus? does it or should it negate *his* message of peace, love, egaltarianism? should it not be the message that is considered rather than the messenger? (do you blame the postman for the content of the mail?)

my conclusion is that it doesn't matter...the existence/non-existence of an historical jesus does not negate the message of acceptance, love and peace that is attributed to him...i am of the opinion that over two thousand years the text of the bible (made up of fragments that happened to survive) has been both accidentally and purposely mis-translated, mis-represented, obfuscated and bent to fit the various agendas of various political and religious leaders...

furthermore, we know that large deposits of historical data have been destroyed (both accidentally and intentionally) particularly the library at alexandria, but also the written records of the inca, maya, and indians (of india) and many others (i am not implying the existence of jesus was contained in any of these destroyed records, just that they are an examples of *known* lost knowledge)...there are untold treasures locked away in the basements and storage facilities of museums, libraries, universities and private collections (including the vatican) that no one even knows exist (i am not implying this is due to any sort of malice or suppression but because that is the nature of storage - do you know what is in your garage or shed? yes, cataloging helps, but things inevitably get mis-filed, mis-labled or lost; plundered during times of war - heck, we still haven't found all the stuff the nazis stole; or fall victim to flood, fire and the ravages of time)...there are known treasures on shelves that no one has read in 100s of years (partly due to preservation efforts)...there are incan records literally tied in knots and woven into textiles that no one yet knows how to translate(appendix B of Charles Mann's "1491" discusses inkan khipu/quipu)...we have no way of knowing what the next great find might be and/or what it might prove or disprove...and therefore i think it is a mistake to categorically deny that jesus existed based on very small amounts of evidence...while i am inclined to agree that based on currently known evidence, there is little to support jesus' physical existence, i am also not so arrogant to conclude this will always be the case...and i still think *jesus* had some pretty darn good ideas.

for what it is worth, i am an academically trained historian (though i do not believe one must be academically trained to be educated or to be considered and "expert in the field" - historically speaking most *revolutionary* ideas have not come from academia but from the 'fringe')... i recognize that there are probably logical fallacies and/or other errors in my thinking...i am not beholding to any one religion nor do i dismiss science out of hand...like most who come to this site i am open to ideas, ask scientifically directed questions, but also question scientific conclusions...

and no, i haven't been to the web site, yet.

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I see that you have done some looking, and although people here seem to have written proof they have read....How does one know that even the written proof is indeed truth?

On the topic if their was indeed a Jesus as given to us in religion, I do doubt. As to if there was a Jesus who was a man, who did good and maybe even great things, of that I do not doubt. I think history has in the past shown us that we can no longer really believe what we read to it's fullest. People need to remember that historians, writers and thinkers all wrote down "Some" accurate accounts, but did indeed for the most part embelish when they saw fit. And being this is history from over 2000 years ago, you would think that a lot of it has been re-written to agree with someones faith, rather then facts they can have no real account of.

Someone here was correct that much has been destroyed over these many years. If I remember correctly, The Library of Alexandia, Inca, Myan and so on were used as examples. But let's also remember that many religious cults from way back then were hunted down, burned, people killed etc. Whose to say they did not have some of their own accounts of things they saw and the like. remember that people believed in God many many more years before Jesus was even born.

I do have a theory of my own. I think Jesus was indeed a person of great deeds. I think that he was in all rights normal as you and I are. I believe that because he was of royal blood, people saw of him something more then just a man, but a being. Add that and the fact he was fine with being ordinary even though by his supposed birthright he could have been a king, but chose to be a Carpenter...People saw him as a god, or a figment of god....the son of god. I think he was a person of the caliber of say....Dr. Martin Luther King. He stood up for what he saw was right, not right, and for the people. He had a way of speech and with that came followers. I believe he believed in God, used that during his speeches or Miracles....and for that was revered.

Do I think i am historically correct? NO! not by any means. But my faith does indeed vary from anyone else. I think Jesus was a sign of faith, that is still followed today. Why we need to know the whole trust and nothing but the truth still baffles me. having faith does not always mean we need to have 100 proven facts, we just need to believe.

Rambling done. =)

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"I think Jesus was a sign of faith, that is still followed today. Why we need to know the whole trust and nothing but the truth still baffles me. having faith does not always mean we need to have 100 proven facts, we just need to believe."

This is one of the more curious threads on this topic I have seen here at TDG. But it does well represent our society as a whole... a place where faith alone is often no longer enough to hold one's... um, well, faith.

If one picks up the Gospels of Jesus Christ and replaces His name with any other, the message it bears remains the same. We're offered within an example of existence; a way to live a live rightly in a time when such was almost impossible. He also went on to explain the very real dangers of living a good life... in a world of imperfect people who will often follow the worst of examples.

Being a Christian by way of that example, is no picnic and very, very few will succeed in whole or even in some measurable part.

As for the possibility that Christ was married? Again, one simply need to change the name to Mary Magdalene, Wife of Jesus and read it all again to see that nothing changes.

The message is in the example that was lived. The man that was God and savior... and perhaps husband and father, could have been anyone. But this is where faith comes in and that is a very personal thing. What you believe is up to you and no one else.

Piety is for organized religion. Faith is for the masses.

Good ramble, sir/ma'am!

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I just saw the movie on video last night, and it was very interesting! I have a theory and always have that Jesus faked his own death, and ran off to Tibet with Mary Magdalene and had a bunch of kids. If anyone has ever heard of Shangri-La, that's where he lived out the rest of his years. Well, it's only a theory! I really don't know whether the film version is true, or my version. However, I have always known since I was a little girl that the "Jesus Story" was lies. I don't know how I know, and I can't prove it, but I know alot of things about how things "really were" like how the aliens helped build the pyramids, how we are their little experiment, etc. I could go on all day about it, but I'm afraid I might be committed!!!!!!!!!

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For those who don't believe in the resurrection of Jesus, how is this theory:
he could have been someone who was just difficult to kill, survived the crucifiction (how do you spell that?) for a while, and came back to bother the authorities. Wasn't there a book about this? "A Man named Jesus" or something like that, I never read it myself.

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Jesus is not mentioned in the Koran itself. But, according to Moslem Tradition Jesus did not die on the cross. In fact, in most versions of the tradition, Jesus wasn't crucified. But, more to the point, the cross was designed to torture a person while they hung there for days while birds plucked out their eyeballs, tore their flesh, and insects crawled all over them. Death on the cross was usually caused by either congestive heart failure, or drowning in your own blood when you could no longer hold yourself up. Thus, breaking your legs would hasten death, and, as such, it was considered to be merciful. There is no record of anyone dying in less than a few days unless their leg were broken or they were lanced in the heart. The story in Luke about a centurian stabing Jesus in the side would have kept Jesus from drowning in his own blood. So, I don't take the stories of Jesus dying on the cross very seriously.

What do you think?

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Jesus is real.The mysteries of the world is deep.I watched the movies last night July 19 2007. Forget all the hype and vibe. The world is embedded in an endless circle of confusion. Jesus was a man and also a divinity. He lived and he is still living. Why after 2000 years we are still digging deep into his life? Why was there so much wars in the early centuries---the crusader, the fight over Jerusalem? The fight to know the truth. The quest to know the unknown.Do you believe the children of Israel were in captivity in Eygpt? I did a research and found the truth ...historically not the biblical account. My finding confirms the biblical truth. I am descendant of Jesus by Faith. I have the Royal blood line by faith. I dont need to go to Jerusalem to believe that He existed.Men have walked the face of the earth before 5000 years ago but none has affected humanity like Jesus. We all have different interpretation about Jesus. My knowledge of Jesus Christ goes beyond the Bible. Man is a complex being in search of truth. Keep searching my dear. You will surely find the truth that Jesus is God!

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I have a french book by Robert Ambelain called Jesus or the mortal secret of the Templars (Jésus ou le mortel secret des Templiers)

This guy, who left our world in 1997, was great master of some great masonic lodges and occult orders. He wrote dozens of books on different topics. Fluent in ancient hebrew, greek, latin, aramean, and copt languages (maybe more...) he translated a lot of gospels related texts.
He found that historical Jesus really existed, but in a way nobody could figure out. His theory is that he was the son of Juda de Gamala, a revolutionnary of royal blood who led an hebrew campain in -33 to knock down roman domination in Judah.
His studies use the direct copt, aramean an hebrew texts and translations, with the numerous french studies made on his life, to make a light on the numerous contradictions of the texts. Here are some ideas translated from the book.

For Ambelain, the historical Jesus is not the same as the Aeon Christ concept present in every religion (called Yeshouah in hebraic Kabalah). He still keep the concept of an initiate, but one who used his knowledge to his own goals. The after-Jesus christians of the 2th -10th centuries modified the texts to meet the needs of a religion dogma. (religion growing fast...)

The genealogy of Jesus is different in every gospel.
It is true that Nazareth never existed before the 7th century, created to meet the needs of increasing travellers in holy land. Thomas Didyme is supposed to be his twin brother (from the older manuscripts...) All his life, Jesus disowned his mother who disagreed with him. Mary did have other children (luke 2,7)
The Zealots were an activist faction of the Essenes.
This Jesus took revenge of his father in creating a group of rebels with the goal to reinstall a king on the hebrew throne. Joseph is a late add to the story(to hide his criminal side), as a lot of the stuff in it... The Jerusalem ass and palms was a set-up easily feasible to fit the Isaie predictions and gain popular support. When he says: go to find a fish, you will find a dime in his mouth, its is applicable in the context where the custom is to put a coin in the mouth of the dead to assure their passage to the underworld. Their financial support were assured by eating and sharing with pharisee, who then collected money from the people; it is the reason why jesus tried to steal the temple (his "holy" anger...) and was frequently going around with "sinners" who collaborated to steal and kill those who were not of his side. The translation of Judas Ishkariot, "ish-sikarioth" is "man of murder", the sicaire being a type of blade used by the assassins. He lost popular support at the end of his life. They did crucified political activists head down, but bandits head up. Useless to say that his resurrection is taken from various accounts of initiates like Appolonnius of Thyana, whose legend was really strong at this time. Life of Saul-Paul is definitely of a great importance for the creation of the christian religion. He is the real creator of this religion. And Apocalype attributed to John were written by Jesus himself during his life, as a letter to his apostle John, predicting the coming of the king of jerusalem. (This contradiction is still in the common bible)

It is a really, really small overview of the numerous contradictions of gospels. This case is really an interesting maze for historians and translators.

The Templars and Cathars (these last were against Christianism) really did required the abjuration of Christ divinity and the cross. If they did not avowed homosexuality or adoration of an idol, they did so for this point.

This book is out of print but a must have for anybody who are interested about this topic.

So keep in mind that two thousand years of censorship is still present in the scriptures. But there is so much errors in the work that if somebody want to know the truth, he just have to keep his eyes open!!!!

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how dare someone doubt the priory. the priory controls and consumes our every day lives. god will punish the history channel and this illuminati nonsense for their disloyalty.
until we meet again, i remain in the darkness
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Assuming Jesus did exist,and did not have children, He had siblings WITH THE SAME BLOOD.....

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They were alledgedly only half brothers. Some of the gnostic texts explain how Eve had "to do" with the serpent in the Garden, and that Able was Adam's son and Cain was technically one of the first of the Nephilim.

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I know there are alot of books related to this discussion...but there is one in particular that is one of my favorites.

In this book it has a spin on the story that Mary Magdalen was a High Initiate into the Temple of Isis and that their meeting was neccesary so that their union would help to further Jesus's works.

I know some of you might not like that ... but it was a really good read. The book is titled " The Magdalen Manuscript/ The Alchemies of Horus & The Sex Magic of Isis"

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One of the values of this conspiracy theory or rather string of related conspiracy theories lies in the question of whether power structures are actually engaged in attempts to conceal things, sweep things under the rug, and misdirect. As with most conspiracies, sometimes the smartest thing to do is step back and dwell not on the substance of the conspiracy but the actions of people who seem to be hiding something. As with the 911 false flag attack, it often more instructive for newcomers to the research to first be shown that people are trying to hide something. That in itself is a "first step" in understanding the conspiracy, and people hiding things are often easier to "catch in the act." We as humans are much better at seeing the telltale signs of deception in our fellow man than we are of thinking deeply about what the decpetion is all about.
If I am convinced that people are going to great lengths to hide something then I can proceed with more confidence into reasearching just exactly what it is they are trying to hide.

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You also run the real danger that the result of your research is one of your assumptions.

If for example one of your suspects is in fact not hiding anything from you, your conclusion will be that it is just very well hidden.

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Thinking's a bitch ain't it? All sorts of decisions have to be made. Ask any detective. Fortunately detectives don't get hung up on whether or not they may be following a blind. They follow all the leads.

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Indeed. And detectives often don't find what they are looking for. And sometimes they are just plain wrong.

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And fortunately the criminal system does not let that dissuade them from carrying on, and carry on we must because organized forces such as the cabal behind the stagecraft of the 911 false flag are not "done" with us yet. This is still an ongoing investigation into a mafia that still has grandiose designs for molding the world in a certain way that we as people accustomed to living in democracies are not going to like at all.

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Fortunately or unfortunately, the world is changing at a fairly fast rate. Of course there are many groups who seek control for their own purposes. Many people seek control for it's own sake. Look at all the petty bureaucrats that run Stasi-like organizations. Look at some teachers, or even at bouncers in cheap clubs. Control is a powerful drug, people get addicted and enjoy it.

The bad part for the controlling people on a larger scale is that fast change makes it really hard to predict things. This causes control addicts to increase their activities as they move from just being concerned toward the direction of panic. The feeling of pressure mounts for everyone.

This also causes a state of alarm to many people watching this. Many false alarms among them, and a few well founded ones. Unfortunately the volume of shouting of the alarmed people doesn't give an indication of how real the problem is.

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I figure the more racket we make about the 911 false flag the more hesitant are these perps to try another stunt. They were probably somewhat surprised by how quickly and thoroughly the 911 false flag got busted on the internet, and must be wondering how a new staged event will be broken down online and how quickly. I would say very quickly. The research network of people who observe, report, and share research is in place now whereas it took years for it to gel after 911. Of course, they want to try to censor the internet, but that's a very sticky wicket. How do you so heavily censor the net without pinching off the economic transactions on the net which are now a huge part of the world economy. The "China Model" is not likely to be adopted by nations which have been democracies for many generations.
They can pull off an event so horrendous that the ultra national emergency ambience would create huge masses of terrorised and compliant sheeple, but there is a huge downside to that. A population so terrorized and demoralized is very likely to cease operating as an enthusiastic nation of consumers.
The general scuttlebutt is that if the economy tanks anyway then they will pick that time to pull off a stunt since the demoralisation of people will have already happened anyway, and they might as well install a fascist dictatorship to control all the disenfranchise and unruly citizens.
The best we can hope for then is that we do not fall into a worldwide depression.

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Whoops I see we have strayed far afield of the original intent of this thread. I concur with those here who question the hangup about "blood" and lineage. If Jesus was a mortal in most senses then his genetic bequest to future genrations would be just as haphazard as it is in "real lfe," ie there is no guarantee at all that the offspring of genuises will themselves be genuises. After many, many generations of this the "royal blood" is most certainly indistiguishable from mutt blood.

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Yes after 2000 or so years, you and I would quite likely have some of His blood in us.

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