The Legacy of Carpocrates

Legacy of CarpocratesA thrilling hunt for Early Christian artifacts of immeasureable value against a backdrop of the Age of Terrorism and European and American politics.
Carpocrates was an Alexandrian philosopher who lived in the first century (c.AD130-150). He founded, along with his son Epiphanes, a notoriously licentious Christian Hellenistic sect related to Gnosticism and died passing on a legacy of written scrolls, artifacts and secrets dating to the time of Jesus.
The Legacy? What is it, where is it and who has it?
Through the centuries there have been rumours that the Carpocratians had ‘something’ of fabulous value which has been used as a guarantor of survival for their sect and its Templar successors in times of intense persecution. It is the hunt for, discovery and apocalytic impact of this Legacy from the time of Jesus that is the gripping and controversial story of this novel rich in scholarly historical detail and speculation.

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