Andrew Gough writes: Never Fear The Truth.
The movie, Bloodline, was skilfully crafted and its director, Bruce Burgess, was compelling on camera. As was Nicolas Haywood, an alleged spokesperson of the Priory of Sion, who looked the business and bestowed significance on Wilkinson’s discoveries by saying,
"I have friends in the Priory of Sion and speak on their behalf. We do not seek publicity. We delight, on occasion, when the right people come along with the right mindset and intention, and that is why I am here."
I remember thinking with some incredulity, ‘what, then, does that say about the Priory of Sion’s judgement?’
What does this passage say about Andrew Gough's credibility? It says that he is willing to twist the truth for the sake of interesting narrative. Nicolas Haywood was NOT referring to 'Wilkinson's discoveries' (Ben Hammott) when he made this statement. This statement was made before
Bruce Burgess had contacted Ben.
So, Andrew Gough, when did you "remember thinking, ‘what, then, does that say about the Priory of Sion’s judgement?’" Right after constructing this bogus narrative? Right after you connected two unrelated events? How much of this narrative has been re-created in order to further your 'confession' agenda? I can see that you are struggling to balance a desire to make the 'hoax' look as foolish and childish as possible with a desire to explain away 10 years of giving credence to such a (supposedly) ridiculous hoax. A tricky job that required some factual distortion. But well-played nonetheless.
PS: Message from Gus Stiver to Andrew Gough: "Peace and Love!"