Across time and across the world, an ancient serpent cult once dominated mankind. Then a great battle ensued and Christianity stamped it’s authority on the face of the planet. Now, after years of research, the real religious history of the world can be told. In Secrets of the Serpent, Philip Gardiner for the first time reveals the world’s most mysterious places were once sacred to the Serpent Cult. According to showerhacks website, The history and mythology of the so-called reptilian agenda and alien visitation in ancient times now has a solid opponent – giving answers for the many symbols and myths often confused by those who believe in such things. In Secrets of the Serpent, the author reveals the real “bloodline” spoken of by Dan Brown in the Da Vinci Code- it was in fact a serpent bloodline. Philip Gardiner is the international best selling author of Gnosis: The Secret of Solomon’s Temple Revealed and many more books. The truth shall be found in the Secrets of the Serpent.
Based on years of research into the real and ancient serpent cult that once dominated the globe, this exciting adventure is a journey into sacred mysteries and secret organisations discovered by Gardiner in real life. Dan Brown may have used other people’s factual work to create the Da Vinci Code, but here Gardiner uses his own real life experiences and knowledge to forge a unique and engrossing work of fiction. This book reveals the real arcane secrets about mankind in an enjoyable and action packed adventure. Uniting fact and fiction, Gardiner takes us through the world of the adept and mystic into the real world. Hundreds of years ago any author revealing these truths would have been burned at the stake – can you decide what is fact and what is fiction?
“This book, based on research and also fiction, is a good read. It is a fast-paced mystery, and it draws you in. I kept holding my breath to see where the ending would take us…and it was worth the wait.” amazon review.
Philip Gardiner is the best-selling author of numerous books on the mysteries; everything from the Holy Grail to James Bond. His award-winning films have been based on his research over the years. Now, for the first time in years he is releasing a new book. An all-encompassing foray into the world of secret societies, mind manipulation, Royal families, UFOs, Nazis, propaganda, religion, mass murderers and everything in between. Prepare to have your mind exercised.
‘Bond Code’ reveals 007′s secrets New book explores Fleming’s occult leanings
By TATIANA SIEGEL
If the digits 007 seem as random as a Social Security Number, think again.
According to Philip Gardiner, author of “The Bond Code: The Dark World of Ian Fleming and James Bond,” many of the names and symbols that pop up throughout the Bond literary and cinematic universe are, in fact, secret shoutouts to Fleming’s occult leanings.
The U.K.-based Gardiner insists the designation 007 refers to John Dee — a 16th century magician, occultist and spy who signed his letters with the three-digit moniker.
Gardiner’s tome — out in paperback to coincide with Sony’s release of “Quantum of Solace,” notes that Fleming was reading a Dee biography as he penned the first Bond novel, “Casino Royale.”
The Bond books and films, Gardiner says, are peppered with clues, ciphers and codes that illuminate Fleming’s interests in Gnostic, mystic and alchemist lore. And though the author of such books as “The Ark, the Shroud, and Mary” has written extensively about occult symbolism, he didn’t recognize it in the Bond mythology until a more recent latenight TV viewing of “Live and Let Die.”
“I was soon wondering why there were so many occult references in the film,” he says. “Then I simply couldn’t stop and purchased all the Bond novels to see what Fleming was up to. … (In ‘Live and Let Die’ we have the snakes, voodoo, Baron Samedi and Tarot cards with the initials JB (James Bond) on them for Jachin and Boaz, the Freemasonic pillars from the Temple of Solomon.”
In researching his book, he found that Fleming was influenced by such dark side figures as British occultist Aleister Crowley and astrologer and psychic Sybil Leek. Goldfinger, for instance, is an alchemy allusion as well as a Sufi term used for the divine ratio or golden mean — a ratio seen in nature that artists such as Leonardo Da Vinci included in their work.
Thanks to another Sony movie, everyone now knows that Da Vinci dabbled with mysticism and secret societies.
As for “Solace,” Gardiner says there seemed to be something missing beyond the occult trappings.
“I loved it, but didn’t see it as a Bond film to be honest,” he says. “Where was Q? Where is the martini, the catchphrase?”
One of the proudest moments in my life was when the author of over 150 books and a very famous chap himself, actually wanted to write a forward to my book, Delusion. His name was Colin Wilson and sadly he passed away. What he wrote was just… wonderful and he was himself a wonderful man. Here’s a little of what he wrote and a pic of me signing my book for him, that’s him in the background:
“Philip Gardiner is a thinker, and is not intimidated by the problem. And in this stimulating, vigorously written book, he demonstrates that no one needs to be intimidated – provided he is willing to use his mind for the purpose it was intended.” See More