New Book Explores Little Known Biblical Ancestry and Secrets

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Author Brian Starr unravels biblical secrets and mysteries that may hold the key to unlocking the truth of the past and Christian religion

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Since the beginning of the Christian religion, there has been armed conflict with factors opposed to the kingdom the Lord would create. These warriors have become knights and other noble ranks in order to further the kingdom of the Lord. Author Brian Daniel Starr delves more into this in Blessings of Knighthood.

In this book, Starr unravels the secrets of the Christian/Judea religion that are not apparent to the average Christian who has not studied genealogy and knighthood. There are many different knighthoods and many different Christian sects such as The East Church, the West, the Gnostic, and more. There are also many different genealogies found, some based on some sects and others based on different theologies. Through genealogical research, the author has unearthed truths and secrets which gave birth to new ideas and many possibilities.

Some biblical figures whose ancestry are examined in Blessings of Knighthood include Saint Joseph of Arimathea, the apostles John and James Zebedee, the apostles James the lesser, Simon, and Judas. The lineage Hercules, Helen, Hector, Greek Deities, Zeus with his 28 wives and 42 children are also revealed. As well, the author takes time to explain the mysteries revolving around the Roman Deities, The Hebrew God, The Greek Pantheon, Wives of the Kings of Judah and their lineages.

Filled with thought provoking insights and ideas, Blessings of Knighthood is a compelling book that will open the eyes of the readers to Biblical secrets that they never knew before. Starr hopes that his work will mark the beginning of the journey to uncover the truth of the past.

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Blessings of Knighthood * by Brian Daniel Starr
Publication Date: December 23, 2011
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 291 pages; 978-1-4691-3792-6
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 291 pages; 978-1-4691-3793-3
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4691-3794-0

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