The Key to the Great Secret: Rennes le Chateau, The Holy Grail and The Spear of Human Destiny by T. Findley

An ancient wisdom known only to Gnostics had previously become lost to humanity in the mists of time. This secret knowledge is now revealed to you for the first time, in The Key to the Great Secret, and can be seen in paintings by Poussin and Teniers – so there is no mistaking its existence. What is revealed in the paintings is a secret method of prayer that allows one to have a direct experience of God, just as Gnostics have always maintained. Furthermore, access to God allows one to develop to a much higher level of consciousness and wisdom, allowing them to ultimately attain The Holy Grail of spiritual immortality.

This Gnostic Heresy was almost wiped out by the Catholic Church, but has survived and exists in secret organisations to this day. These remaining Gnostics are the trustees to our natural inheritance and hopefully will now feel free to come forward to guide us on our true path.

The Key to the Great Secret provides readers with the opportunity to unlock the reality of The Holy Grail, so that they may see with spiritual eyes and understand with Gnostic wisdom.

“In all honesty and humility, if everything in this book is true, then it has to be one of the most important books ever written – simply because of what it contains. This book contains the greatest secret in the world. Is this a hoax or not? You must decide,” says author T. Findley.

T. Findley was born in Leicester in 1947 and, after leaving school at 16, worked as a draughtsman for 16 years before leaving to go to Loughborough University where he gained a BSc. Hons. degree in Social Psychology. He then worked for several years as a psychotherapist before joining the NHS mental health team in Leicester.

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Reverence: Renewing a Forgotten Virtue by Paul Woodruff

Reverence is an ancient virtue dating back thousands of years. It survives among us in half-forgotten patterns of behavior and in the vestiges of old ceremonies. Yet, Paul Woodruff says, we have lost sight of reverence. This short, elegiac volume makes an impassioned case for the fundamental importance of the forgotten virtue of reverence, and how awe for things greater than oneself can—indeed must—be a touchstone for other virtues like respect, humility, and charity. Ranging widely over diverse cultural terrain—from Philip Larkin to ancient Greek poetry, from modern politics to Chinese philosophy—Woodruff shows how absolutely essential reverence is to a well-functioning society. He tackles some thorny questions: How does reverence allow not only for leaders but for followers? What role does reverence play in religion? Do some religions misuse reverence? Must reverence be humorless? In the process, Woodruff shows convincingly how reverence plays an unseen part in virtually every human relationship. Elegantly written, thoughtful yet urgent, Reverence is sure to reach out to a wide variety of people interested in the moral health of Western culture, showing how our own intellectual and spiritual legacy can guide us more than we realize.

Paul Woodruff is Mary Helen Thompson Professor of the Humanities at the University of Texas in Austin. A widely published translator of Plato, Thucydides, and other ancient writers, he has written extensively on classical philosophy and political thought.

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View the interview with PBS’s Bill Moyers HERE

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