The Knights Templar - Medieval Cult or Modern Nemesis?

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The Knights Templar – Medieval Cult or Modern Nemesis? -- History of this famous group and the organizations that claim descent from them. Were they really destroyed in the fourteenth century or do they survive and even prosper to this day? Who are their descendants? Are there ties to the Nazis and the Mormon Church? A must-read for anyone interested in conspiracies or the occult.

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About M.E. Brines

M.E. Brines spent the Cold War assembling atomic artillery shells and preparing to unleash the Apocalypse (and has a medal to prove it.) But when peace broke out, he turned his fevered, paranoid imagination to other pursuits. He spends his spare time scribbling another steampunk romance occult adventure novel, which despite certain rumors absolutely DOES NOT involve time-traveling Nazi vampires!

A former member of the British Society for Psychical Research, he is the author of three dozen books, e-books, chapbooks and pamphlets on esoteric subjects such as alien abduction, alien hybrids, astrology, the Bible, biblical prophecy, Christian discipleship, conspiracies, esoteric Nazism, the Falun Gong, Knights Templar, magick, and UFOs, his work has also appeared in Challenge magazine, Weird Tales, The Outer Darkness, Tales of the Talisman, and Empirical magazine.

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Review by: Jean-Claude Lazure on Sep. 25, 2011 : (no rating)
Good resume af a more complex subject to cover. They have been so much written on that secret society, that I do not know what could be said that have not been already told by other books. But, as I have said before, it is agood resume for some one new to the subject. Good reading!
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)

Review by: Swordpoint Intercontinental, Ltd. on July 26, 2011 :
A quick read--around 2200--words, but what words! A succinct statement of the Knights Templar that compels you to think--could this be true? Whether you buy into his premise is up to you, but it is certainly thought provoking. Give it a read!
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