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Yes, it truly was a great read,
This review is from: The Templars' Secret Island: The Knights, The Priest And The Treasure (Hardcover)
...even more convincing, less intricate and mysterious than the Rennes-le-Chateau story outlined in the author's (Lincoln) "Key to the Sacred Pattern". Most of these facts, including the two most important, The Templars in Denmark and the Baltic and the incredible accurateness of the placing of the four round churches on the isle of Bornholm, have, of course, been known to historians as well as land surveyers all along, but deliberately put down as romanticism and coincidence bad for the public's mental health. There is an obvious german link to the baltic crusades not gone into in this work, which has found a kind of norwegian counterpart in Harald Sommerstedt Boehlke's: The Norwegian Pentagram, published by Eutopia, Norway.