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on 12 April 2000
As a longtime fan of the work of Henry Lincoln (Holy Blood, Holy Grail, Key to the Pattern, Holy Place) I look forward to another great read. Henry Lincoln has for many changed the concept of the past and even the expectations of the future. By unearthing the medieval secrets of the Knights Templar, he has opened a Pandora's Box to a trove of knowlege. The Templars somehow broke the monopoly that the Church and certain secret brotherhoods held over the secrets of the ancients. They too kept the secrets but in a tradition of an ancient elite added new clues, often hidden in plain sight. Now Lincoln and Haagensen break the hold that even these elite sacred groups had. Templar churches in England, in Scotland, in Bornholm, in Portugal are just part of the clues. It is my own theory that the so-called Viking Tower (aka the "Norman Villa") in Rhode Island too may be linked. I eagerly await The Templars Secret Island.
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