The Ark, The Shroud, and Mary


Best-selling author of Gnosis: The Secret of Solomon’s Temple
and Secrets of the Serpent; In Search of the Sacred Past.

Why do the Ark of the Covenant, Mary’s reliquary box, and Jesus’ Coffer all have the same imagery?

Was the Ark the container of the Covenant, the Ten Commandments, or the Chalice?

Does the image of the Shroud of Turin contain a bio-electric field?

These questions and others will be explored in The Ark, The Shroud, and Mary. In this unique and thought-provoking work Gardiner proves that the Ark of the Covenant, the Shroud of Turin, and Mary are united in ways never before imagined.

Traveling across the world, from Rome to India, Portugal to Egypt, Gardiner uncovers the trail of the Ark and finds that it does not lead to Ethiopia, as many believe, but instead in a direction that nobody could have imagined. The trail of the Ark takes Gardiner on a hunt into the very heart of an ancient secret society with clandestine meetings in far off lands. Uniting the myth, tradition, and language of the Ark with the Shroud of Turin, Gardiner then goes on to re-date it, reveal how it was made, and identify whose image it actually recreates.

Through his new-found contacts in the world of secret societies, Gardiner then shows how this incredible secret was protected by a dual brotherhood throughout time and was the secret source of the enlightenment spoken of by numerous orders from the Sufis to the Knights Templar.

The Ark, The Shroud, and Mary outshines The Da Vinci Code for the simple reason that it is the factual story of one man’s fight to uncover the truth.

This DVD features music by Freakhouse, Ancients of MuMu, Warrior and more.

“A suspense-filled, fact-packed adventure story…an epigrammatic tale that needs to be told to the whole wide world…clearly the next blockbuster movie sequel in the ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark’ series.”
-Dr. J. J. Harper, author, Tranceformers: Shamans of the 21st Century.


Running Time: 60 plus minutes,
Catalog#RYE 1007


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