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The Templars and the Ark of the Covenant

 

Graham Phillips discovers a coded message left by the crusaders and goes in search of the Ark of the Covenant, the tablets of the Ten Commandments and other holy relics there were once housed in Solomonís Temple in Jerusalem.  The quest takes him from Israel to the heart of England.

 

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"Compelling evidence that the Knights Templar may have taken the Ark of the Covenant to the British Isles."  The Guardian

 

"Speculation that the legendary gold chest could now be buried on English soil is the talk of academics and archaeologists around the world."  The Sunday Express

 

"Like all Graham Phillips' works, this book is well-researched, challenging, and a real page-turner.  A must-have for readers with inquiring minds who love a quest."

 Lynn Picknett and Clive Prince, authors of  The Templar Revelation

 

 

According to the Bible, the Ark of the Covenant was a miraculous golden chest that contained two sacred stone tablets inscribed with the Ten Commandments.  If it existed as it is portrayed in the Bible, the Ark of the Covenant has to be one of the most extraordinary artifacts in history.  It could raise storms, radiate divine fire, level city walls, smash chariots and destroy entire armies.  Moreover, it could summon angels and even manifest the voice and presence of God.

 

The Ark of the Covenant was kept in Solomonís Temple in Jerusalem until it disappeared from history following the Babylonian invasion of the city in 597 BC.  Biblical scholars, archaeologists and adventurers alike have spent years searching for the last resting place of the Ark, but until now its secret hiding place has remained one of historyís most enduring mysteries.

 

In The Templars and the Ark of the Covenant, Graham discovers evidence that this remarkable relic really existed and was discovered by the crusader knights, the Templars, during the Middle Ages and brought back to Europe.   From the war-torn Middle East to the quiet British countryside, Graham follows an ancient trail of clues in search of the mysterious lost Ark.

 

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Published in 2004 by Bear & Company

 

Foreign translations: Newton & Compton (Italian),  Editorial Planeta (Spanish),

 Madras Editora (Portuguese), Nokta Kitap (Turkish). Remedium (Czech and Slovak),

 Hermes (Bulgarian), Eurasia (Russian), Metaekdotiki (Greek).

 

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