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A great book and his history is very well researched.
Mr Robinson does an excellent job of finding seemingly insignificant historical items from a variety of sources into a cohesive and very plausible theory.
John J. Robinson's presentation, from the history of the Templars to the speculated history of the origins of Freemasonry are wonderful.
I got 75 percent thru this and decided to end it. Lots of interesting info, and theories, but very redundant, and the author seemed to cover the same ground over and over. Read morePublished 1 day ago by JF
This book is very well researched and also very readable. If you are interested in history, and specifically the connection between Freemasonry and the Knights Templar, you won't... Read morePublished 4 days ago by S. Hansen
A good read, obiviously the writers knowledge of Freemasonery is excellent but his argument that the Knights Templar were somehow connected with Freemasonery is some what of a... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Richard Bentley
This is a great book for the person wanting to learn more about Masonry, or for a new Mason wanting to learn about the possible origins of Masonry and the Knight Templar.Published 24 days ago by Dale M. Kremnetz
A fantastic and extremely interesting read, one that has answered many of my questions. Thank you - WaynePublished 1 month ago by Wayne G. Allen
This is a good read if you already have a solid background in Masonic and Templar history. Robinson paints a good picture, but I personally don't concur with some of his findings. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tenn. RA Mason