Barrett replies” (Fortean Times, Number 229, page 73, November 2007; replying to the letter from Andreas Trottmann, Switzerland – it was stated that Patrice Chaplin did not see the dubious letter on pages 135-136 in City of Secrets until 2006; suggesting it was the product of an editor who rewrote the text) -“Rennes-le-Château Hoax” (Fortean Times, Special Creatures of The Night Issue, Number 288, page 24, April 2012) David V.
Barber (Richard William Barber) -The Holy Grail: A Study In Imagination And Belief (2004; also entitled The Holy Grail: The History of a Legend, 2005) * Part Three, New Grail For Old: Chapter Nineteen – The Grail As Mirror: The Conspiracy Theory of History and The Grail, pages 310-312: “It would take a book as long as the original to refute and dissect ‘The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail’ point by point: it is essentially a text which proceeds by innuendo, not by refutable scholarly debate.” David V.
Barrett -“City of Secrets” (Fortean Times, Number 226, pp.46-52, August 2007) -“David V.
Becraft -Epilogues II-XXIII: Picasso’s Guernica – Images Within Images (Second Edition 2001; First Edition entitled Picasso’s Guernica: Images Within Images, 1981, 1986) * Epilogue XI (addendum) dated 17 February 1997 John Bedford -The Holy Grail of Holy Grail Theories (2014) * Chapter 17: Shugborough Hall Ean Begg (Ean Cochrane Mac Innes Begg) -The Cult of The Black Virgin (1985, Revised Edition 1996) * The Black Madonna as Mary Magdalene Ean Begg (Ean Cochrane Mac Innes Begg), Deike Begg (née Deike Rich) -In Search of The Holy Grail and The Precious Blood: A Traveller’s Guide (foreword by Michael Baigent [Michael Barry Meehan, 1948-2013], includes photographs by Jennifer Begg, 1995, New Edition 2008) * Page 72: Rennes-le-Château (“The symbolic decoration of the church, unique and bizarre...”) Richard Belfield -The Six Unsolved Ciphers: Inside The Mysterious Codes That Have Confounded The World’s Greatest Cryptographers (2007) *Chapter Four: Shugborough – The Shepherd’s Monument Shirley Bell -The Da Vinci Code: The Background Explained (2008) Jeff Bellanger -Weird Massachusetts: Your Travel Guide To Massachusetts's Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets (foreword by Mark Moran and Mark Sceurman, 2008) * Pages 40-41: The Westford Knight Richard Bellia -“Never Mind Da Vinci” (Fortean Times, Number 198, pages 56-59, July 2005) * Interview with Rat Scabies * See also Christopher Dawes Lesa Bellevie -The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Mary Magdalene (2005) * Chapter 19: The Holy Grail – The Bloodline Theory C. Benedict (Dr Canute Thavaseelan Benedict) -One God In One Man: A Book to Dispel the Speculations and Blasphemies Featured in Dan Brown’s the “Da Vinci Code” (2007) Joseph Bérenger (canon of Marseille et d'Ajaccio) -Did Mary Magdalene Visit Provence?
An Examination of The Literary and Archaeological Evidence For St Mary Magdalene's Presence In South-Eastern France (2015; originally published in France entitled Sainte Marie-Madeleine en Provence, 1925) Robert F. Kosto (Editors) -The Experience of Power In Medieval Europe, 950-1350 (2005) * Chapter Eight: Inheritance of Power In The House of Guifred The Hairy – Contemporary Perspectives On The Formation of A Dynasty by Nathaniel L.
‘The descendants of Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene’ has become a serious reality for many people looking for meaning in their lives, either on the historical level or on the mystical religious level; the descendants can either be human beings, reptilians, or extraterrestrials As for Rennes-le-Château and the life of the Abbé Bérenger Saunière, believers in the “mystery” reject any prosaic explanations that would make the life and activities of the priest banal and ordinary.