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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.
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 5 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 9 days ago by Dale M. Kremnetz
A fantastic and extremely interesting read, one that has answered many of my questions. Thank you - WaynePublished 17 days 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 24 days ago by Tenn. RA Mason
Read a lot of books on origin of freemasonry. Although this author many times has too much imagination, very often, he makes very good observationsPublished 1 month ago by Andreas Charitakis
well researched and written. quite a bit of speculation (labeled as such)Published 1 month ago by Historian
Great book filled with a lot of factual historical information surrounding The Peasant's Revolt, The Knight's Templar and the Free and Accepted Mason's. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chris
Great price....still reading. Thank you Amazon! Keep up the great work!Published 2 months ago by Aldrin Michael Catabay