This Week's Book Recommendation (Not!)
Blue Apples, by William Henry - A search for the lost Stargate technology and spiritual teachings of Jesus and Mary Magdalene.
Was there a lost technology associated with the powers displayed by Jesus Christ in his life and resurrection? What is the real secret of the Holy Shroud? Given that it is an artifact of the moment of resurrection, what energy left the image of Christ so mysteriously imprinted on the linen? In Blue Apples, William Henry explores the idea of stargates--holes in space that might enable travel across vast distances and through time. But he does this in the context of the secret history of occult shrines like Rennes le Chateau in France, and the lost history of the Cathars, brutally eradicated as heritics (sic) a thousand years ago.
What did they know about real human power and the true potential of your soul and mine? William Henry takes us on a journey deep into the world of lost science and the miracles of the ancient mind in Blue Apples. Learn the meaning of its enigmatic title.
Please note that ALL William Henry books are spiral bound. They are privately printed by the author. They are extensively illustrated.
Privately printed? Given all the hullabaloo about The Da Vinci Code, I’m surprised he can’t find a publisher.
The Cathars, also known as the Albigensians, were a Gnostic sect that flourished in Western Europe in the 11th and 12th centuries – whether or not one approves of brutal eradication, they were heretics at best, if not a completely non-Christian religion. It is, however, rather unlikely that they were traversing the interstellar void; could they control such power, they wouldn’t have been wiped out.
It’s fascinating that people won’t accept Christ as Divinity, but will accept Him as some kind of high-tech spaceman. I guess every age has its own particular delusions.