Michael Baigent

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Michael Baigent

New Zealand 1948 -present

Comments: popular author of conspiracy theories; mystery of Rennes-le-Château in France; Jesus and Mary Magdalene married and having surviving children who become the Royal the Merovingian house of France; Knights Templar origins; lost a plagiarism suit against Dan Brown;

Teachers: Joséphin Péladan; Louis-Claude de Saint-Martin;

Students; Laurence Gardner; Dan Brown; Margaret Starbird;

Fellow Researchers: Tobias Churton; Kirk White; Mark Stavish; John Michael Greer; James Wasserman; Christopher Hodapp; Stephen Dafoe; Cliff Porter; Andrew Hammer; S. Brent Morris; Tim Hogan; Christopher Knight; Henry Lincoln ; Richard Leigh;

Organizations: Freemasonry; Canonbury Masonic Research Centre;

Author: The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail with Henry Lincoln & Richard Leigh ; editor of Freemasonry Today since April 2001; The Messianic Legacy; The Dead Sea Scrolls Deception (1991); The Jesus Papers; Ancient Traces: Mysteries in Ancient and Early History (1998); From the Omens of Babylon: Astrology and Ancient Mesopotamia (1994); Racing Toward Armageddon: The Three Great Religions and the Plot to End the World (2009); The Temple and the Lodge, 1989; Secret Germany: Claus Von Stauffenberg and the true story of Operation Valkyrie, 1994; The Elixir and the Stone: The Tradition of Magic and Alchemy, 1997; The Inquisition. 1999; Mundane Astrology: Introduction to the Astrology of Nations and Groups ( with Nicholas Campion & Charles Harvey) 1984;

Quotes: "Virtually all the Royal Society founders were Freemasons. One could reasonably argue that the Royal Society itself, at least in it's inception, was a Masonic institution" ;

Resources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Baigent; http://www.amazon.com/Michael-Baigent/e/B000AP6YK0/ref=sr_tc_2_0?qid=1362759883&sr=8-2-ent