Sir Laurence Gardner
Sir Laurence Gardner contributed to the Ormus community in such a way that most people do not even realize that he has done so.
When David Hudson stood up and started talking about the amazing things mono-atomics could do, most people were still half asleep.
However, when people heard the complex story and the physical evidence presented by Laurence Gardner in his lecture presentations, on video and in his book, "Lost Secrets of the Sacred Ark: Amazing Revelations of the Incredible Power of Gold." in his own way, Gardner legitimized all of Hudsons work "to the general public".
Gardner validated everything and more that David Hudson had been saying and only a few were listening.
"Lost Secrets of the Sacred Ark" is a must buy book for those who want to see the biblical connection and to also see that this knowledge is really thousands of years old.
Laurence Gardner, died in August 2010, was a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland and a Knight Templar, holding a number of chivalric offices in Western and Central Europe.
Best known as a revisionist and constitutional historian, Laurence was a regular transatlantic broadcaster giving lecture presentations around the world in centres such as London, Edinburgh, Paris, Rome, Amsterdam, New York, Seattle, Los Angeles and Sydney.
Formerly Conservation Consultant to the Fine Art Trade Guild, his libretto compositions have been performed at London’s Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.
His writing career included collaborative projects with national institutions such as the British Tourist Authority, The Queen’s Bays Regiment, the Government of Ontario and the Russian Ministry of Culture.
Laurence received an Author of the Year distinction from Hatchard's of Piccadilly in 1997.
Gardner's books, which have been published in many languages, have made The Times and Sunday Times bestseller charts and been serialised in the Daily Mail.
Gardner's publishers included HarperCollins, Transworld and Penguin, and four of his books are currently optioned in Hollywood for cinema movie production.
RIP Sir Laurence Gardner (official website)