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Re: Bruce, Douglas, and Sinclair

>At 12:48 PM 23/12/01 -0600, John Quarterman wrote <snipped>:
>>Come to think of it, I've observed a fascination with Sinclairs
>>in Belgium, too, including tours to Scotland that feature Rosslyn.
>Aw c'mon John!   Having just visited in April, I wouldn't blame anyone for
>putting Rosslyn Chapel/Castle on their itinerary - fascination with
>Sinclairs or not!  It's a breathtaking, mysterious, enchanting,
>thought-provoking place.
>Now _after_ visiting you'd probably develop a fascination with Sinclairs!

Actually, they knew about Sinclairs in advance.
The particular people in Belgium I'm thinking of
had been reading some of the books we all talk about,

I don't mean Morrison or Roland St. Clair.

However, popular books such as Holy Blood, Holy Grail

and various books sold by Rosslyn Chapel Trust,

They all feature Sinclairs, Templars, Masons, ancient traditions, etc.

So I pulled out my passport and showed it to the woman who was
actually going on the tour.

``You're one of...'' she gasped, ``the family!''

``Yes, and I'm touring Europe reviewing our international strategy,'' said I.

Fortunately, I've known her a long time, and I don't think she believed me.

>Now if that wasn't enough to do the job, I'd strongly suggest joining this
>mailing list - that oughta do it!

Oh, I'm not sure just everybody is ready for *that* step. :-)

Somewhat more seriously, if any of you haven't yet joined your local or
national clan or family history organizations, I recommend you do so:

>Cheers and Merry Christmas,
>Ian Newman - at exactly midnight, Christmas Eve/Day,
>upside down in Oz
>just saw a prowler outside dressed in some red getup.

Wasn't me; I'm pretty much on the other side of the earth from you,
in Buffalo at the moment.

John S. Quarterman <jsq@quarterman.org>
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