Black Knightsby Stephen J. Ash
Drawing on his own original research, established scholarship and published sources, such as the newly released Chinon
The Knights Templar have captured the popular imagination for centuries, on the 700th anniversary of their demise this book unveiled new insights into the order and outlined a new occult perspective on this most mysterious of medieval institutions.
Drawing on his own original research, established scholarship and published sources, such as the newly released Chinon Document, the author, himself a descendant of Templar Knights, steers a middle path between scholarship and intuitive speculation.
The final result, rooted in years of research and a lifetime of occult study, unearths a secret history that begins decades before the Templars, with a fateful assassination in the New Forest, and continues long after them into the shadowy world of Elizabethan Occultism and on into modern times, with the Templars a pivotal and formative influence in Britain on what the author calls the 'English Covenant'. A story of family tradition, dual faith religion and witchcraft, Hermetic secrets and political intrigue!
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