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Re: Sinclair and the holly blood



Delia,

Don't let them get to you. The spelling is holy blood. This was started by a
book published in 1983 by Michael Baigent and Richard Lee named, "Holy
Blood, Holy Grail" in which the authors examined the possibility the the
Holy Grail was actually a holy bloodline, in which the royal lines of Europe
were said to have claimed descendancy from Jesus and Mary Magdaline. The
Sinclairs were one of the families mentioned as a "Grail Family". The book
spawned a lot of controversy, and several other works in which authors
baught this concept and expounded further on it.

Stan St. Clair
-----Original Message-----
From: DELIA PAESE <belpaese@terra.com.br>
To: sinclair@quarterman.org <sinclair@quarterman.org>
Date: Thursday, November 21, 2002 1:42 PM
Subject: Sinclair and the holly blood


>
>  As a researcher, Im interested about the genealogical relation between
>  Sinclair and the holly blood.
>
>

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