Ursi's Eso Garden
Your Competent Esoteric Guide
Wednesday, 23. April 2008
Watch Live Online TV Channel: Yoga in Daily Life
Swamiji.tv is a source of information for learning about the purpose and effects of karma and dharma; about love and compassion; good initiatives and good news.
Yoga in Daily Life is broadcasting live daily webcasts with His Holiness Mahamandaleshwar Paramhans Swami Maheshwarananda at the times given in the Webcast Schedule.
To turn on the sound press the speaker button in the bottom right corner of the player, use the volume control to adjust the sound level.
To switch into full-screen double-click inside the media player. Double-click agian will bring you back.
Bloodline - The Movie
In an explosive new documentary, called Bloodline, British filmmaker Bruce Burgess chronicles his two-year investigation into claims Jesus Christ did not die on the cross, but fled to France with his wife Mary Magdalene and their children.
Burgess' findings, documented in Bloodline, have led the filmmaker to believe the "mummified" bodies of Jesus, Mary Magdalene and their children - together with treasures that prove the family's identity - are buried beneath the rural French town Rennes-le-Chateau, where a priest, called Berenger Sauniere, discovered secret documents while renovating his country church in 1891.
The discovery was immediately seized by Vatican officials, and Sauniere was financially rewarded for his co-operation.
But Burgess believes the priest left clues behind in the Rennes-le-Chateau church, so anyone investigating the bloodline myth could use his pointers.
The filmmaker stumbled upon "stolen" parchments that he believes include Sauniere's clues, and joined forces with a team of bloodline enthusiasts to follow riddles and clues dotted all around Rennes-le-Chateau in an effort to find the site of Jesus' final resting place.
More Infos and Videos: Bloodline - The Movie - Official Website.
See also the Rennes-le-Chateau Research website with a large number of video clips from the upcoming documentary.
They give a good feel for the movie, with excerpts of interviews with key players and researchers, as well as visits to locations of interest.
And don't miss the archive for the Documents ...
Page 1 of 1 pages