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3 years ago
lovejoy
Hello Dane, I hope you are well. Is your current email account live? warm regards, Steve
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
8 years ago
lovejoy
Ivano, good idea, I'll give it some thought. Thanks, Steve.
Forum: History
8 years ago
lovejoy
Hello Vanya, fascinating posts, thanks for submitting them. "Crusades were (and are) the land mark of division between Western menthality (Christians) and Middle East menthality (Muslims)." I agree, to a point, but I think that a more recent conflict between these two religiously led ideologies was as much if not more of a landmark. After the siege of Vienna in July 1683, t
Forum: History
14 years ago
lovejoy
Can we ask that posters, who wish to leave a message, use the link above. Thank you, Steve.
Forum: Author of the Month
14 years ago
lovejoy
Charles, don't suppose you will hear much about this these days. Time has distanced and fogged many of the theories about this incident. It doesn't help when a 'Philadelphia Experiment' researcher like Dr Morris Ketchum Jessup, was found dead in his car in an apparent suicide not long after he had been 'recruited' by officers from the US Navy ONR department. The story, in potted form here, fo
Forum: Author of the Month
14 years ago
lovejoy
claude, that isn't me. I am not sure of the exact date the AOM will be here. There is no problem discussing the topic and raising issues that Mr Friedman will cover, but to direct a question at him when he isn't here.......? Steve.
Forum: Author of the Month
14 years ago
lovejoy
photon, wouldn't it have been better to wait for Stanton Friedman to announce his arrival before posting this? Steve.
Forum: Author of the Month
14 years ago
lovejoy
Erin go Bragh! The religious significance was lost on me many years ago. I will, however, pay homage to the gods of Guinness and Jamiesons at some point today. Steve.
Forum: Author of the Month
15 years ago
lovejoy
Hound, some subjects get aired quite regularly on this forum. It might suit your purpose to use the forum's search facility. Enter 180 days and use the title 'Knight and Lomas' or 'Rosslyn' etc. and you should get plenty of hits with a variety of posts and links. Please do not resurrect any of the old threads though, unless they are relatively recent (eg: last few weeks). Steve.
Forum: Author of the Month
16 years ago
lovejoy
Steve, what part, if any, did Bernard de Clairvaux play in setting up the excavations? Could the involvement of the Catholic church and Innocente 2, give some clue as to how they knew the location? It has been suggested that the Vatican does hold many secrets in it's archives and perhaps the Crusades weren't just religeous enterprises but the result of information from those archives. Steve.
Forum: Author of the Month
14 years ago
lovejoy
...was very interesting. But I am sure that we would all like to hear ideas of your own though, rather than be referred to something written by others. Surely that is the least we could expect following the tirade you levelled against her. Steve.
Forum: Author of the Month
14 years ago
lovejoy
silvoneshei, why ruin a perfectly legitimate question with the tirade you levelled at the AOM? The expletive and your abusive comments have been edited out. Please post comments that fall within the guidelines set out in the CoC and qualify your statement for the sake if this debate. Steve.
Forum: Author of the Month
15 years ago
lovejoy
Steve, ditto that. Roberts efforts have been tremendous and his presence on the forum has been greatly appreciated. Steve.
Forum: Author of the Month
15 years ago
lovejoy
Robert, thank you very much for your informative answers and the 'heads up' re the new book, I will look out for it in the future. Steve.
Forum: Author of the Month
15 years ago
lovejoy
15 years ago
lovejoy
Robert, does Moray have a traceable family tree.....and does he have any surviving relatives? Steve.
Forum: Author of the Month
15 years ago
lovejoy
Robert, sorry about this but I seem to be finding more questions than I can shake a stick at. Why is York Rite Freemasonry associated with the Anglo-Saxon king, Athelstan? Was Isaac Newton a Rosicrucian and what is the nature of the secret society, named 'Spalding', that he belonged to? I read that Castle Howard was built before the official formation of English Freemasonry. Was Charles Howa
Forum: Author of the Month
15 years ago
lovejoy
Robert, I found it a bit of fun but what was the purpose of the search for the password using text from your book, giving access to e-Illustrations of Masonry on your webpage at www.robertlomas.com? Steve.
Forum: Author of the Month
15 years ago
lovejoy
Robert, thanks for the reply. I have had your book (The Invisible College) for just over a year now, along with many others still unread and have just started reading yours in conjunction with Hancock/Bauvals 'Talisman'. Fascinating stuff. Steve.
Forum: Author of the Month
15 years ago
lovejoy
15 years ago
lovejoy
Robert, >>a few weeks ago (we hiked up the Druid's Circle, above Penmaenmawr and had a picnic in the circle)<< ......I regulary stop over at Dwygyfylchi and had no idea there was a Druids Circle down the road. Is it easy to locate from Penmeanmawr? Steve.
Forum: Author of the Month
15 years ago
lovejoy
Robert, Basically, a fortuitous change in the 'climate of intolerance', allowed these people the freedom to do their research. What drove Moray (if it wasn't to further scientific discovery) and what influence if any, did he have over Charles other than to revamp his navy, that enabled this situation? Btw, I think the restriction these people placed on the discussion of religeon and politi
Forum: Author of the Month
15 years ago
lovejoy
Hello Robert and welcome to the forum. I am on the first stages of the steeply inclined learning curve, where these subjects are concerned, so please excuse my ignorance. On the cover of your book 'The Invisisble College', the title refers to "The Royal Society, Freemasons and the birth of modern science". Could 'The Royal Society be described as being responsible for the rebirth of
Forum: Author of the Month
14 years ago
lovejoy
and I was having such fun. It is over now...honest. Steve. ps; I won....yay! ; D sorry, couldn't resist.
Forum: Author of the Month
14 years ago
lovejoy
Martin Stower, as I said earlier...arguing for arguings sake. Steve. ps; I win, yay!! : D
Forum: Author of the Month
14 years ago
lovejoy
Martin Stower, yet another conspiracy? who has the answer? For the sake of my typing finger, I hope it isn't you. ; D Steve.
Forum: Author of the Month
14 years ago
lovejoy
Martin Stower, I'm het up....read your own posts. Steve.
Forum: Author of the Month
14 years ago
lovejoy
Martin Stower, "I wonder why it was left to me to mention it here." ...because you need to read something into it, so that you can submit more posts and further your own agenda? Steve.
Forum: Author of the Month
14 years ago
lovejoy
Kees/Steve, some passionate responses to nothing in particular.....very peculiar. Steve.
Forum: Author of the Month
14 years ago
lovejoy
Martin Stower, if you say so..... but you will have to post over and over and over again with spin and manipulation of my words to convince me that you got your point across. I gave up on you long ago but enjoyed reading your responses. I can't remember someone hammering on with their own agenda like you have and at the rate you did, on one single thread before. Quite amusing. Steve.
Forum: Author of the Month
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