The Librarian: The Curse of the Judas Chalice

Mild-mannered scholar Flynn Carson, chosen to recover and protect priceless historical artifacts from around the world, must travel to the mysterious bayous of New Orleans to find the ancient Judas Chalice: a silver cup rumored to have the powers to bring Prince Vlad Dracula of Romania back to life. (Original TItle – Librarian, The: The Curse Of The Judas Chalice) © 2008 Electric Holdings (Librarian 3), Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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  1. The only thing about this episode that bothered me was that people assuming that Vlad was a vampire, but in real life, that was not true. He ruled in Romania. He was not a fan of the Russians or the Turks, in fact, if someone goes to Romania, he was their hero because he stopped their enemies. Even though he did impale enemies of Romania, never put him down, because he is still a national hero. I have always wanted to visit Romania, but not because of the book "Dracula," but because of the history of the country and the people.

  2. This is just another "treasure movie" excuse to present more freemason/secret society interpretations of history… from the 33 age of the main character to showing the tree symbol at the conclusion. Such a warped and deception of the truth – of what really has taken place and the future to come. They try so hard to keep the truth hidden from the "common masses"; however, for anyone really wanting the truth.. just humble yourself on the floor and ask the true Creator to make Himself known… and He will. A Great Book…" The Genisis6Conspiracy " by Gary Wayne can help explain much also. Be blessed my friends.

  3. You have a object that turns anything to gold. And you don’t use it, not even once! They complained about the million dollar bid, but all they had to do was make one object gold. I realize they said they can’t or don’t use the objects for profit, but that would solve the issue on having money to bid on other objects and perhaps rewarding your faithful employees.


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