Author and Researcher Laurence Gardner Has Passed
2010 08 13

By Henrik Palmgren | redicecreations.com



We're sad to announce that author and Red Ice Radio guest Laurence Gardner has died after battling illness for a long time.

This was reported by William Henry to Whitley Streiber's Unknown Country website.

Laurence was the author of "Bloodline of the Holy Grail", "the Grail Enigma", "Genesis Of The Grail Kings", "Lost Secrets Of The Sacred Ark" and many more books primarily on the Grail theme.

We had the chance to do a two hour interview with Laurence back in November 2008 on his work and research into the royal bloodlines, the holy grail, the Desposyni, mono atomic gold, Sumer, the Annunaki, the root and origins of the bloodlines and many more topics.

We take the two hours that we did with Laurence out of our members archive and make them available for free.



Strange enough for me, I have recently been contemplating to do a reprise on the topic of the Desposiny and I wanted to invite Laurence back on the program to talk more ...C'est la vie.

We're grateful for the time and dedication you put into your work and research Laurence.

More:

Laurence Gardner's Website

Laurence Gardner on Wikipedia

Laurence presentation on the Lost Secrets of the Ark




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