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The Temple No. 13

The Temple No. 13

by Philip Gardiner, Juliet Faith
     
 
The Temple was created in August 2002 with an aim to encourage research into the Knight Templars - their related and interrelated subjects, such as; the Grail Legends, Arthurian Mythos, the Rosicrucian's, Masonic Lore, Early Christianity, Cathars, Gnostic Theology, Alchemy, Folklore, Rennes Le Chateau, Geomancy, the Occult, Mythology and Symbolism, etc The Temple

Overview

The Temple was created in August 2002 with an aim to encourage research into the Knight Templars - their related and interrelated subjects, such as; the Grail Legends, Arthurian Mythos, the Rosicrucian's, Masonic Lore, Early Christianity, Cathars, Gnostic Theology, Alchemy, Folklore, Rennes Le Chateau, Geomancy, the Occult, Mythology and Symbolism, etc The Temple started as a periodical with articles written by a few friends in Glastonbury, Somerset, England. Over the years it has published extensively research on relevant subjects by a varied selection of researchers. On this website and in The Temple Publications you can read the latest discoveries written by the coffee table student as well as by renowned authors. As The Temple deal with so many subjects from the shadowy past, legends and myths as well as the latest historical data are all well represented. Two compilations have been published of this periodical; named The Templar Papers which both are now available in several languages.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780955597060
Publisher:
Temple Publications
Publication date:
12/28/2011
Series:
The Temple Series
Pages:
58
Product dimensions:
5.60(w) x 8.10(h) x 0.30(d)

Meet the Author

Oddvar Olsen has studied the occult, various mystery traditions, the Knights Templar together with myths and legends since the late eighties. In 2002 he initiated the creation of the successful The Temple, a periodical dedicated to the Templars and related subjects. 2007 followed by establishing an independent publishing company called Temple Publications. He is the editor and co-author of two books, The Templar Papers I and II. Oddvar has travelled extensively throughout Asia, Africa and Europe before he settled in Somerset, England.

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