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Freemasonry and the Knights Templar

Legacy of Secrecy
Narrated by: O. H. Krill
Length: 1 hr and 31 mins
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For thousands of years there have been secret gatherings of men claiming to hold a sacred truth. They survived religious and state persecution and still exist today. Many are members, but not even all initiates know the arcane truths that fostered their brotherhoods. Unravel the myths, mystery and history of the Freemasons. Discover their origins and how this clandestine group continues to have influence over the world today.

In this uncompromising and comprehensive presentation, we hear hard evidence direct from the minds of experts - not the imagination of speculative writers. Join us as we unlock the sacred past of the Freemasons in alchemy, the occult, stone masonry, and modern society. This informative documentary includes over three hours of startling insider knowledge on Freemasonry and the Knights Templar.

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Please don't bother with this book!

This was not what I was expecting, very disappointing and not very informative at all.

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  • 15-02-13

lighweight

freemasonry is a rich and interesting subject.
the history is long and rich subject.
this book does not do it justice.
too bad.

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