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Merlin & the Shepherds of Arcadia
Unravelling hidden ciphers and codes in parchments of the Rennes-le-Chateau mystery, Nicolas Poussin's painting of The Shepherds of Arcadia and the mysterious monument at Shugborough Hall (U.K.), lithographs and enigmatic verses in Minerva Britanna, reveal the 'Key' which leads to a triumphant exposure of the grand old mystey of where the Ark of the Covenant is hidden.
MAREE MOORE was born in Western Australia and, from early childhood onwards, she accepted that some of the unusual experiences that occurred in her life (which the Irish call ‘Fey’ or ‘Second Sight’) were par for the course and attributed them to her Irish ancestral background.
After graduating from College, Maree travelled extensively throughout Asia and Europe, eventually working in London, Glasgow and Belfast in the United Kingdom. Always fascinated with history and mythology, (particularly Irish/Celtic mythology), her knowledge increased as she travelled.
In her latter years, as the unusual experiences continued, with an unquenchable thirst for more knowledge, Maree attended courses based on various forms of Christianity and esoteric spirituality, as most do when they seek the meaning of life. As a result of these courses and a great deal of study, she came into contact with the ‘Ascended Masters’.
She received her first visitation in 1993 by an ‘invisible’ person dressed in a Knights Templar uniform who identified himself as the ‘Master of the Rose’. After this and a subsequent visitation by the Archangel Raphael, Maree realised that she was being chosen to put forth into the world more knowledge of their existence and of the role they play in assisting humanity evolve in the ‘Divine Plan’ for Earth’s destiny. Maree received continual guidance by the Masters and she commenced her first book titled The Masters of the Mystical Rose: A History of the Grail Family.
In 2001, Maree was ‘guided’ to return to the United Kingdom, where she carried out further research in Ireland and Scotland. Upon her return home to Australia, she commenced writing The Dove, the Rose and the Sceptre: In Search of the Ark of the Covenant.