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  • Paperback: 100 pages
  • Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Pr (Feb. 25 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1931882282
  • ISBN-13: 978-1931882286
  • Product Dimensions: 22.8 x 15.3 x 2 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 499 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #521,495 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Mark really did an amazing job at amassing all the information concerning the Knights Templar, the Johannites & Gnostic Mystics throughout the ages. A must read for anyone seeking to become an initiate into the path of the Gnostic Templars.
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By Samantha on March 31 2015
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This was a very interesting book to read. I can't vouch for if it is reliable as the truth, but it was an interesting read.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Must take with a whole bag - not a grain - of salt Oct. 12 2005
By Brandy - Published on
Format: Paperback
I'm a big fan of anything Knight related (though nowhere near an expert), and am willing to read even the most 'out-there' theories, but in this case, Mark takes a great leap into the history and myth, then falls off the planet - literally.

He rehashes a lot of already known history of the Knights, which is fine in case some readers are just starting out learning about the Knights, but then he goes pretty much X-files when he adds in extraterrestrials to the mix, then adds other cultural legends into the story of the Knights, which kind of confuses me. I'm all for looking at the Knights from the view of other monotheistic and polytheistic religions around from the time of the Knights, but some seem to be just grasping.

To add to his image as a head honcho Modern Knight, his WIFE is his 'co-knight' (I thought the Knights were supposed to be MONKS and CELIBATE), maintains the present Earl Sinclair is the Fisher King (which I thought was supposed to be attached to the Arthurian legends and not the Knights Templar, and the Fisher King was supposed to be suffering from an unhealable wound), and I think that halfway through the original editing of this book his proofreader/spellchecker either quit or died.

He DOES add some little-known data of the Knights, which is why I won't use the book for kindling, but I was sort of hoping he would have organized the book a little bit better. I learned a bit more about some John the Baptist lore, but ended up confused. I'll try to read through the book again in case I missed something, but I was hoping for a better read.
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Content is interesting, but there are a lot of problems with this book March 9 2007
By John Forman - Published on
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If you are the type that gets annoyed by bad editing, you probably won't be able to read this book. Flat out, this has got to be the most poorly edited book I have ever seen - if you can even say that it was edited at all. One sentence early on started with "12". Come on! Who does that? It's brutal in terms of typos, gramatical errors, and just poor definition.

Editing (or the lack thereof) aside, the content is fairly interesting. The book's structure leaves a bit to be desired, but by the time you get to the end you have a good idea of what the author is trying to convey. The interviews at the end are quite interesting.

Whether some of the content is believable is another story. The author says things like "it's been proven" or "it is fact that.." in regard to a few things which are still very much in debate and/or have been debunked entirely. That definitely introduces a credibility problem.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Amusing, but B.S. April 15 2012
By Harold Lime - Published on
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Read this if you enjoy preposterous historical conjecture (I often do), but be aware that (as other reviewers have stated) many claims are made that are debatable or just plain wrong (the usual baloney Templar links to the Sinclairs, for instance, and his casual claim that William Keith of Galston was a Templar).
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Conjecture upon conjecture Oct. 20 2004
By Wodin - Published on
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The author builds conjecture upon misinterpretation of someone else's research, and then builds more conjecture upon that. And if that's not bad enough, he can't even get the grammar right.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Self-serving propaganda for the author's self-created group July 20 2014
By Ed King - Published on
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Using discredited theories and outright fraud stories, the author creates a contrived history which supports his self-created organization's ostensible history. However, it's obviously successful in garnering funds from the gullible if an earlier review is to be believed.