The Knights Templar Revealed

The Knights Templar Revealed The true genesis of the Knights Templar belongs far back in time long before Christianity even developed The Templars were an offshoot of a little understood monastic brotherhood the Cistercians wh

  • Title: The Knights Templar Revealed
  • Author: Alan Butler Stephen Dafoe
  • ISBN: 9781845293482
  • Page: 482
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  • The true genesis of the Knights Templar belongs far back in time, long before Christianity even developed The Templars were an offshoot of a little understood monastic brotherhood, the Cistercians, who themselves danced to the tune of an extremely powerful group of individuals inhabiting Burgundy and Flanders from the time of the Romans onwards.Butler and Dafoe offer a deThe true genesis of the Knights Templar belongs far back in time, long before Christianity even developed The Templars were an offshoot of a little understood monastic brotherhood, the Cistercians, who themselves danced to the tune of an extremely powerful group of individuals inhabiting Burgundy and Flanders from the time of the Romans onwards.Butler and Dafoe offer a detailed account of the rise of a specific group identified as the Troes Fraternity that did not simply respond to the caprices of history they made it Behind the Knights Templar lay a belief pattern almost as old as humanity and a heritage that was already ancient before recorded history began The story is both fascinating and compulsive It will leave the read in no doubt as to the true intentions of the Knights Templar, or of the shadowy but immensely influential organization that brought them into being.

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    • Sometimes you read a book for the writing, sometimes for the content, and occasionally you get lucky by having both in one text. Unfortunately, this book doesn't achieve either. The writers favorite phrase is some version of 'about which will we have more to say later on' making it hard to track points they are making and very disjointed. The syntax and structure is clunky and the flow is full of non-sequiturs. On the content side, the authors are obsessed with the significance of Salt Lines and [...]


    • Please note: I read and reviewed this book in May of 2007 - please keep that in mind.This is a thorough and interesting work (although only book one of a two book group) that details the rise of the Templars and their fall. While hinting at the fact that they do not believe the Templars died out altogether, this issue is not thoroughly explored - it is promised to those who continue on to the next book.The authors purport that the Templars arose out of the Cistercian monks - or at the very least [...]


    • Getting through this book is like trying to run a marathon through a sea of molasses. It's very slow going.Trying to keep track of all the different off shoots that lay the foundation for how the Templar's developed their vast organization is like trying to keep track of the "Smith" family tree. It's a lot of work.(Yes, I know I'm using a lot similes)Anyway, this is a frequently dry and very academic leaning book that will test your patience. However, if you are a student of history this is prob [...]


    • Fascinating reading. The authors offer a number of suppositions to support their conclusions, but their arguments are clearly and persuasively presented. If you're intereted in either the Cistercian Order of the more famous Knights Templar, this one is a must.


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