The God-Kings of Outremer

The God-Kings of Outremer

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At the Council of Nicea in 325 A.D. the actual genealogy of the family of Jesus was presented so the Council could decide on how Jesus should be presented from within the Church. His human side was rejected and from that day forth, the accurate genealogy of Jesus has been covered up. Until now. Dr. Hugh Montgomery's research into the descendents of Jesus continues in part three of his trilogy, bringing us into the time following the First Crusade. After its success, a number of Crusader states were set up in and around the Kingdom of Jerusalem. This area was ruled by those who were the claimed descendents of Jesus. Dr. Montgomery's work on this subject follows genuine and proven sources, sometimes using important historical documents that no one else has access to. Therefore, this trilogy gives the claim for Jesus having descendents more credibility than found from most if not all other sources. Dr. Montgomery's work continues to be discovered by scholars and lay readers interested in provable research and genuine, newly-found documents regarding a bloodline from Jesus. This book presents the story of how the descendents of Jesus returned from Europe into the Holy Land, to rule over the area. At the end of their rulership in Outremer, their power waned. The families continued to survive in Europe, however, as they do to this very day. This book ends their compelling story, but reveals the last chapter in their amazing "God-Kings" more

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  • Paperback | 192 pages
  • 152 x 224 x 16mm | 358.34g
  • Book Tree,US
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1585091197
  • 9781585091195
  • 1,418,759

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