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Larmenius Charter By Knights Templar Vault
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The Larmenius Charter or Carta Transmissionis ("Charter of Transmission") is a manuscript that supposedly demonstrates a connection between Freemasonry and the Knights Templar. Original... More > Latin text with translation.< Less
Knights Templar By Philip Martin McCaulay
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The Knights Templar, with their distinctive white mantles with a red cross, were among the most skilled fighting units of the Middle Ages. This book documents their history, covering their... More > beginnings, rise, mission, decline, arrests and dissolutions, secret archives, organization, grand masters, and legacy; as well as modern Templars and legends and relics. Legends and relics connected to the Knights Templar include the Holy Grail and the Shroud of Turin.< Less
The Knights Templars By Harun Yahya
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A fascinating Turkish perspective and analysis on the history and development of the Knights Templar, the Freemasons, and the Rosicrucians. Includes: The Dark History of the Templars ; From Templars... More > to Freemasonry ; Templars, Revolutions, Murders, and the Mafia ; Freemasons (or Templars) in Turkey ; The Deception of Evolution. Lavishly illustrated.< Less
The Knights Templars By C. G. Addison
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This is a mainstream history of the Knights Templars, written in the 19th century. Addison details the rise of the Templars to become, essentially, the first multinational corporation. The Templars... More > were entrusted by the Church and States of Europe to be the spearhead of the crusades. In the process they gained immense wealth and influence, although individual Templars took a vow of poverty. Jerusalem was won and lost several times by the crusaders through the 12th and 13th centuries. Addison notably cites eye-witness descriptions from both the Crusaders and their Moslem opponents to give a well-rounded picture. After the crusades, and the loss of the Holy Land, the Templars began a quick decline from which they never recovered. Accused of heresy and bizarre secret rituals, the Templars were subjected to torture and the stake. The second portion of the book focuses on Temple Church in London, English headquarters of the Templars in their prime. Addison details the architecture and history of this edifice.< Less
Knights Templar By Keltik Excalibur
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The Knights Templar, who are they? how were they created? for what? What was their role in the Crusades? What caused their fall after being the bankers of Europe? This is a 2600-word paper with... More > thesis statement, body and conclusion, including bibliography.< Less
BISOL - KNIGHT TEMPLAR By JOHN L. BISOL
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Story of the connection between a modern day American Family and an Original Knight of the Templars.
BISOL - KNIGHT TEMPLAR By JOHN L. BISOL
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Story of the connection between a modern day American Family and an Original Knight of the Templars.
Knights Templars: Their Rise and Demise By James Anthony Froude
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James Anthony Froude was one of the best-known historians of the 19th Century. The Knights Templars: Their Rise And Demise is a book written by Froude in 1886 and is one of the most comprehensive... More > treatments on the Order written to date. 1. Crusades And Pilgrimages 2. The Origin Of The Templars 3. Rise And Growth Of The Templars 4. The Decline And Fall Of The Templars 5. The Trial And Condemnation Of The Templars 6. The Fate Of The Last Grand Master 7. James Anthony Froude: Bio< Less
The Knights Templar: A Factual History By Various Authors
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Much has been written in recent years concerning the rise and fall of the noble order of knighthood know to history as The Knights Templar. Many of the modern works have been of a speculative nature... More > and occasionally so close to works of fiction as to blur the borders. What is needed and often requested by modern day adherents of Templarism is a book that will provide a brief overview of historical fact devoid of the many theories and suppositions that seem to be the providence of these more recent works. "The Knights Templar: A Factual History" is such a book. Relying on the works of actual Templar Historians of the past and present, this book is a collection of short essays by Charles G. Addison, Henry D. Funk, Henry Hart Milman and F. C. Woodhouse, who offer their accounts of the formation, suppression and trials of the order, which began in Palestine in 1118 and was suppressed in 1307.< Less
The Knights Templar: An Introduction By Douglas Buchanan
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This book was originally a set of notes given to metaphysical and magickal students in the middle '90's. As a member of the Knights Templar of Aquarius from its earliest days I was interested in... More > seeing that my many initiated students learned about where so much of the current occult knowledge originated. This book tells the amazing story of the plan that brought the Templars into being, their evolution into a mighty financial and military force in Europe, their transformation into other societies, the Templar origin of a major branch of the Freemasons, the possible location of their immense lost treasures, and some inside information about their initiation procedures. Enjoy the mystery and see how up to date it actually is.< Less