Friday, November 13, 2009

A Singer-Songwriter of Historical Mysteries

In September 2009 the Dutch singer-songwriter Corjan de Raaf started a new project: The Book of Love was a pop song inspired by Kathleen McGowan's bestselling novel of the same name. With his song, Corjan de Raaf established a crossover between his career as a recording artist and his work as a Rennes-le-Château and Grail researcher and publicist.

Until now, Corjan was probably best known for his research into the enigma surrounding the French priest Bérenger Saunière who became rich and powerful almost overnight after he had made a mysterious discovery. His RLC Research is one of the most authoritative sites in the field.

Corjan writes pop songs with a head, a tail and a story in between. This story now became a "historical mystery"... In October 2009 he wrote a new song, inspired by Hollywood icon Patrice Chaplin  and her book City of Secrets, which is the captivating tale her early years spent in the mysterious Spanish town of Girona. Her story follows the intriguing villagers, many of whom belong to a secret society formed to protect the legacy of Abbe Saunière of Rennes-le-Château.

Here is the video clip of City of Secrets (the Grail in you), containing scenes from Chaplin's 1987 movie Siesta with Ellen Barkin:

And here is a fan based music video (not for profit) of Corjan's song, The Bond Code, inspired by the book of the same name by Philip Gardiner. The music is as always written, performed and produced by Corjan. The video was made  by Philip Gardiner. And James Bond, 007 is copyright to MGM and EON Productions.

Are you ready to discover the secrets of Ian Fleming and James Bond? For decades there has been a code hidden beneath the layers of this popular spy. Best selling author Philip Gardiner reveals the truth...

Click on the title to read more about the Mystery Singer-Songwriter and his new projects!


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