Holy Blood, Holy Grail by Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh, and Henry Lincoln

Summary:

Is there a Holy Bloodline? If so, how and why has it stayed hidden all this time? This book is split into three parts: mystery, secret society, and bloodline. Each chapter and subsection builds on the previous information. Nothing is conclusively proven, but it does give you some food for thought.

Opinion:

This isn’t the first book I’ve read and reviewed about this subject. I do not attempt to change anyone’s mind, only to give my opinion.

Despite my interest in this subject, I found this book very difficult to get through. It has taken me the better part of a year to read this book because of the density of the information. I wished for a companion book or some sort of Cliffs Notes from time to time. Other times, I felt like I was back in AP European History class.

If you’re unsure about reading this book, jump to the conclusion. It summarizes things nicely, and it will give you an idea on whether or not this is something you should really read.

For those interested in a holy bloodline and grail-lore, recommend it.

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