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Der Heilige Gral und seine Erben has ratings and reviews. Nandakishore said: I originally approached the book with the idea that even if the . Der Heilige Gral und seine Erben, 4 Audio-CDs by Michael Baigent, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The book appeared in Germany in 1 under the title, Der Heilige Gral und seine Erben: Ursprung und Gegenwart eines geheimen Ordens: Sein Wissen und.

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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. This book is really not very good. Total Italian Foundation Course: We’re sorry, something went wrong. Return to Book Page.

Best-selling in Language Courses See all. Trying to read it without that is like trying to read medicinal research while simultaneously trying to understand basic scientific concepts. It is worth reading ONLY if y This book should be under fiction instead of religion, as the conspiracy put forth in it is so obviously a bunch of hookum that anyone who actually reads the book should be able to see that their sole source is playing them for reasons that never become clear.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. There’s too much suspicions with out facts or hard evidence to back up claims.

Members of the post-Dan-Brown generation may have trouble believing this, but I hadn’t heard a single rumour before I read this book.

Save on Language Courses Trending dsr is based on prices over last 90 days. This is the sort of book that brings out the worst sort of conspiracy nuts — those who will believe it because they want it to be true, not because there is actual proof or overwhelming evidence that it true. One either believes in G-d or they do not. I guess if you’ I find it difficult to put this on my non-fiction shelf.


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The author’s conclusions are persuasive: I like a good conspiracy theory, and religion offers plenty of opportunity, but the amount of coincidental or forced information that the authors rely on to “prove” their point is laughable. No wonder the Church didn’t even respond on this book: Probably the oldest surviving piece of hot gossip still in circulation: As everyone is aware this book is the basis for Dan Browns Da Vinci Code and so it is well worth reading if you like conspiracy theories.

Yes, just as there is a fair amount of proven material, there is also a lot that seemed unsubstantiated. They might have had a better case if they had marketed this as the fiction it is, but then it would not still be in print after all these years, appealing to new generations of conspiracy nuts. You may also like. Actually that might be possible!

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The first two thirds are spent tracing bloodlines and land ownership, building up a case to support the conclusion the authors present in the final third of the book. Such a shame since I enjoyed the DaVinci Code and heard that many of the theories behind the story of that book were originally from Holy Blood, Holy Grail.

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Jesus had an affair with Mary Magdalene, which resulted in a child. An amusing, fairly far-fetched book. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. It’s was laughable how seriously the authors seemed to take their dead in the water premise. It’s a good way to cover your bases, but it’s tiresome to read a few hundred pages of “maybes.


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I loved the premise. See details and exclusions. I want to highlight and make notes in the margins and doh, they’re aren’t any! Except it doesn’t, because they base their arguments on sketchy evidence that they conveniently tie together with no concrete reasoning.

What a long, drawn-out, excruciatingly boring book this turned out to be. Skip to main content. I didn’t go along with the view that Jesus gdal a son and the bloodline had been continued down to the present day.

And sorry, my mind is wide shut now.

It took me almost a year to finish this book, and for good reason. I originally approached the book with the idea that even if the “history” was wonky, it will be entertaining to read. The theological “secrets” ded the Vatican the book reveals and which created a buzz in the media are not original at all and are popular reinterpretations of heresies from early Christianity. I want to highlight and make notes in the margins and doh, they’re My first foray into audio book for a while.

Look how well they’ve tried to cover up all the child molestations by priests.