Is there an ‘Invisible Hand’ guiding Earth’s Destiny?
Who was responsible for the codes in the Bible?
What happened to the ‘Lost Tribes of Israel’?
What does the Bible foretell about the Sceptre of the Royal House of Judah, the ‘Overturns’, the Stone of Destiny and the future discovery of the Ark of the Covenant? What has its recovery to do with the Biblical prophecy of world peace?
Was a particular prophecy of Nostradamus informing us of its location?
Are the mysterious clues discovered at Rennes-le-Chateau, France, and those prevalent within the imagery of Nicholas Poussin’s painting of The Shepherds of Arcadia also alluding to the location of the Ark of the Covenant or were they placed there as a ‘red herring’?
In Maree Moore’s second book, The Dove, the Rose & the Sceptre, you will journey through Ireland, the Rosslyn Freemasonic Chapel of the Knights Templar in Scotland, and St Columba’s island of Iona in order to find the answers to exciting, previously unsolved intriguing mysteries!
You will discover the ‘Missing Key’, the ‘Secrets of Arcadia’ and why the Knights Templar, the Rose-Cross Knights, guarded its ‘mystique’.
Maree also uncovers the secret life of the real Merlin, King Arthur, their royal families whose bloodline was that of the Holy Grail and the most likely place where the Ark of the Covenant is ‘resting’.
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Prophets in all times our history recalls,
Of Maree’s works, we receive much positive feedback such as –
“You have presented the material in a rhythmic and very digestible fashion”
“I don’t believe the majority of people understood the teachings of the Master Jesus – it all became too bogged down with religious fanaticism. Your book changed my life.”
“My ancestors are Celtic Scottish and a great deal of our family history is ties up in the myths and legends which you write of in your text. Your book has certainly triggered my interest in the whole subject.”
“Maree Moore’s second book, The Dove, the Rose & the Sceptre… it’s absolutely stunning!”
“(Maree’s) writing is very thorough and incredibly neatly woven as a beautiful tapestry should be.”