Holy Blood, Holy Grail - Part 3, Chapter 15, Conclusion and Portents for the Future Summary & Analysis

Michael Baigent
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Part 3, Chapter 15, Conclusion and Portents for the Future Summary

The authors take a moment to explain that it was not their purpose to prove or disprove anything regarding Jesus or anything else and admit that they were all agnostics at the time of their research and writing. Their hypothesis includes the children of Jesus fleeing to France and marrying into the Frank royal line, thereby engendering the Merovingian dynasty. Although the Church attempted to eradicate all knowledge of Jesus' bloodline, it survived to produce some of the most notable people in European history. Their hypothesis also includes an idea that the Holy Grail was two things, the Royal Blood of Jesus and the vessel that carried them, the Magdalene.

It appeared that the Merovingian dynasty attempted all throughout its existence to attain what Jesus must have desired, to...

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