Graham Phillips

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Graham Phillips is a British author.
Phillips has a background working as a reporter for BBC radio and as a magazine editor.

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“The most well known theory concerning the whereabouts of the Ark, made famous by the movie Raiders of the Lost Ark, places it in the ruins of the ancient city of Tanis in Egypt. This theory proposes that the Ark was plundered by the Egyptians shortly after Solomon’s death. According to the Old Testament, the pharaoh Sheshonq I of Egypt attacked Jerusalem, raided the Temple, and plundered its treasures (1 Kgs 14:26). Sheshonq I established Tanis as the new Egyptian capital, and so it is here that Indiana Jones discovers the lost Ark in Steven Spielberg’s movie.”
Graham Phillips, The Templars and the Ark of the Covenant: The Discovery of the Treasure of Solomon

“Constantine appointed his political ally Eusebius, the head of the Church at Caesarea in Palestine, to draft a compromise settlement. What Eusebius came up with were, in essence, the religious dogmas that still remain the central pillars of the established Church. Nearly everyone present objected to something or other, and Constantine lost patience. He decreed that anyone who refused to sign the agreement would be banished from the empire. And he enforced his ruling: those who dissented were never heard from again and those who conceded became the hierarchy of the Universal or Catholic Church.”
Graham Phillips, The Virgin Mary Conspiracy: The True Father of Christ and the Tomb of the Virgin

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