Chris Masters


Chris Masters studied and continues to study Architecture, and has spent a major part of the last twenty years transforming a group of old stone farm buildings into holiday rentals. Writing is a hobby but he has been published in magazines as diverse as the Cyclists Touring Club, Kindred Spirit, and Living France. Being in France has helped cultivate his fascination with the medieval world.

Smashwords Interview

Why have you merged a collection of ideas in this book when you could have written about one; for example The Green Man, or the Pilgrimage to Santiago, or the Knights Templar?
Because life is full of ideas and we too readily are drawn towards specialization. I simply wanted to share my enjoyment.
Are you a religious person?
That should be an easy question but it isn't. Let's say you can watch and enjoy football without supporting a particular team or believing that all of the rules make sense. I'd rather you asked me if I believe in art or the human spirit.
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Where to find Chris Masters online


Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 13,670. Language: English. Published: January 19, 2016. Categories: Nonfiction » Art, Architecture, Photography » Art history, Nonfiction » History » European
This book is a record of an exploration of the links between The Green Man, the Templars, and Baphomet, with a journey to Santiago de Compostela. It's a journey through time and space spread over a couple of decades and founded in a mostly familiar world, a journey of a few thousand miles, a travelogue of sorts which became a Quest for signs and symbols and art rooted in an earlier time.

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baphomet    crusade    green man    knights    madonna    magic    occult    pilgimage    santiago de compostela    templar