Mark Pinkham of the Intl. Order of Gnostic Templars joined with Andrew Sinclair to discuss the history and hidden treasures of the Rosslyn Chapel in Scotland. Sinclair, a member of Clan Sinclair, which traces its lineage to the builder of the Chapel in the 15th century, said that Rosslyn served as a monument for three things: the Temple of Solomon, the Grail and the Garden of Eden.
Sinclair noted that an 18 ft. tall scroll, carbon-dated to the 15th century, contains a ground plan for the Temple of Solomon which also mirrors the design of Rosslyn. It's fairly certain that buried in the vaults below the Chapel are Templar records and relics, he said. However the Erskine family, the current owners, are not interested in excavating the Chapel at this time, said Pinkham.
Pinkham believes that the documents buried at Rosslyn would reveal the Gnostic lineage of Jesus' successors and other suppressed Gnostic concepts, such as being able to experience the divine without an intermediary. The two also spoke about the Shroud of Turin and the possible discovery of America in the 14th century by Earl Henry Sinclair.
First half-hour guest, geopolitical analyst Ryan Mauro offered commentary on Bush's new troops plan and the mocking of it by Al Zawahiri.