Key To The Sacred Pattern: The Untold Story Of Rennes-le-Chateau
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Key To The Sacred Pattern: The Untold Story Of Rennes-le-Chateau

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Some thirty years ago, Henry Lincoln first learnt about a strange mystery set in the tiny French village of Rennes-Le-Chateau where a secretive and flamboyant priest, Berenger Sauniere, became fabulously rich after finding some ancient documents in his church. Thus became Henry Lincoln's trail to discover the truth behind his unexplained wealth. Three BBC television docume...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published May 9th 2002 by Phoenix (first published October 15th 1998)
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Helen Casey
This belongs firmly in the category of 'The Silly Book' - generally consisting of either fiction or non-fiction (and shades in between) that promise startling revelations that will change the face of civilisation as we know it and/or reveal who Jesus was actually shagging..
Henry Lincoln's Key to the Sacred Pattern is one such book, but I couldn't tell you what the startling revelation was as it was so interminably dull that I couldn't finish it - the face of civilisation as we know it will just...more
Andrew
Another book re the Rennes Le Chateau mystery - in fact this is the story of how the story got out into the English speaking world in the late '60s and early '70s. The book appears to be an objective account of Henry Lincoln's findings but I had a niggling suspicion that the reader was still being led along the pathway that Lincoln wants them to go down. I must admit that I find this stuff fascinating and have read nearly all the of the books in this genre at one time or another. Whilst I don't...more
Emma
Licoln going it alone and milking the subject of Rennes-le-Chateau, for money I suspect. Only for real deep fans an light believers. Interesting and fun at times but not truly convincing.
Fiona Robson
My favourite of Lincoln's Rennes le Chatteau books and a good place for a noob to the mystery to begin.
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