(PRWEB) April 16, 2014
The 2000 year search for the Holy Grail has ended. The most sought after antiquity in history has been found and revealed by the curator of the Saint Padre Pio 1000 relic collection in Rome, Italy. The Grail that set on The Last Supper table of Jesus has been verified by carbon dating, testimonies of anthropologists and in the until now secret video of Natuzza Evolo holding The Grail.
Manoa Valley Publishing Company Closes in on Secret Location and Holder of Saint Pio’s Holy Grail in "The Freeing of the Holy Grail."
The Manoa Valley Publishing Company has identified the discovered claimed location and protector of the most sought after sacred antiquity in history – The Holy Grail – in its book "The Freeing of the Holy Grail."
The Holy Grail was on Jesus’ table at the Last Supper and has been hidden in the collection of Saint Padre Pio in Rome since his passing in 1968. Alberto Festa, the curator of the Pio collection, has guarded it from the threats and intrusions of the modern religious world.
Best seller author and researcher Tim C. Leedom said, "Evidence is not proof, but it can’t be dismissed."
Highlights from the book include:
Evidences and proofs include carbon dating, photographs, illustrations and testimonials from a leading European anthropologist, a respected hand writing expert and dozens of questions answered by Saint Pio collection curator Alberto Festa.
"The importance of the Holy Grail historically and religiously cannot be overstated. Kings, Templars, Nazis, historians and movie makers have sought to capture this illusive sacred relic for over 2000 years – now it has been revealed by the Christ like humble Saint – The Italian Saint Padre Pio" says Tim C. Leedom.
"The Freeing of The Holy Grail "book signing will be held at Martha’s Book Store on Balboa Island on Saturday. April 19 starting at 11 am.
Other books by Manoa Valley Publishing Company include Award Winning Children’s book “The Light Side” which earned the Film Advisory Board Award of Excellence, "The Main Man" and the World War Two letters "Worlds Apart."