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by Robert Lomas

  • Author: Robert Lomas
  • ISBN: 159233279X
  • ISBN13: 978-1592332793
  • ePub: 1581 kb | FB2: 1535 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Other Religions Practices & Sacred Texts
  • Publisher: Fair Winds Press; First American Edition edition (October 25, 2007)
  • Pages: 384
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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Turning the Templar Key ePub download

Turning the Templar Key book. The third volume in Robert Lomas's Key trilogy, this book explains the relationship of the Knights Templar to modern-day Freemasonry

Turning the Templar Key book. The third volume in Robert Lomas's Key trilogy, this book explains the relationship of the Knights Templar to modern-day Freemasonry. The contemporary view of the Knights Templar, according to Lomas, has been romantic. s/t: The Secret Legacy of the Knights Templar and the Origins of Freemasonry Discover the truth about the connection between the Knights Templar and the Freemasons!

Robert Lomas is a real-life Dr. Robert Langdon! Co-author of The Hiram Key, the bestseller that Dan Brown notes as his inspiration for the Roslin Chapel-set climax of The Da Vinci Code, is a renowned freemasonry historian and truth-seeker. In Turning the Templar Key, Lomas reveals the origins of the Knights Templar and the historical context for Dan Brown's thrillers.

Robert Lomas is a British writer, physicist and business studies academic. Turning the Templar Key: The Secret Legacy of the Knights Templar and the Origins of Freemasonry. Lewis Masonic (13 October 2007). He writes primarily about the history of Freemasonry as well as the Neolithic period, ancient engineering and archaeoastronomy.

Turning the Hiram Key shows the literary growth of Robert Lomas. His narration is stronger than in previous books, he uses humour to good effect, and scenes are set with descriptive flourishes. As noted, there are also problems – almost one half of the book is devoted to living the ritual. nfortunately I was closer to sleeping the rituals.

In Turning the Hiram Key, Lomas the Scientist wrote about the Psychology, Biology and Dramatology of the Craft. He investigated brain states, the chemicals of emotion and the dramatic urges of ritual. It was a book of modern science applied to a ancient tradition. On Saturday 13th Oct 2007 it was seven hundred years to the day since the Knights Templar were struck down in a secret dawn raid by the King of France. Their assets were seized, their members were arrested and they were accused of heresy.

Turning The Solomon Key is a riveting quest to discover the Masonic influences George Washington brought to bear on. .

Turning The Solomon Key is a riveting quest to discover the Masonic influences George Washington brought to bear on the layout of Washington DC. History records that the builders of Washington DC knew a great Masonic secret about the human condition, and that their plans for the city were laid out on a Masonic grid rich in symbolism, hidden meaning and designed to express this secret power.

The international bestselling writer Together they make up the Templar Masonry whose origins are revealed in this book.

The international bestselling writer. and co-author of THE HIRAM KEY series. Together they make up the Templar Masonry whose origins are revealed in this book.

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Turning the Templar Key: Martyrs, Freemasons By Robert Lomas NEW (Hardback) Book.

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Robert Lomas is a real-life Dr. Robert Langdon! Co-author of The Hiram Key, the bestseller that Dan Brown notes as his inspiration for the Roslin Chapel–set climax of The Da Vinci Code, is a renowned freemasonry historian and truth-seeker. In Turning the Templar Key, Lomas reveals the origins of the Knights Templar and the historical context for Dan Brown’s thrillers.

Discover the truth about the connection between the Knights Templar and the Freemasons!

The third volume in Robert Lomas's Key trilogy, this book explains the relationship of the Knights Templar to modern-day Freemasonry.

The contemporary view of the Knights Templar, according to Lomas, has been romanticized and glorified to the point where it does not resemble the reality: namely, that the Knights Templar were uneducated religious zealots more akin to Al Qaeda than a true monastic order. The order only existed for a couple of hundred years, and was disbanded seven hundred years ago. Lomas asks the question, Why do people even care about them anymore?

Lomas draws on Freemasonic information to answer this question and to explore the rituals and myths of the Knights Templar and how they relate to Freemasonry. Along the way, he delves into the mysteries of Roslin chapel, the history of agriculture, and the role of women in spreading it. At the heart of the book is LomasÆs exploration of how the tolerant and inclusive spiritual practices of modern Freemasonry managed to grow out of what was effectively an order of suicide bombers.

October 13, 2007 is the 700th anniversary of the Dissolution of the Knights Templar
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Dolid
I like Robert Lomas. This book is another example of his thorough research and vast knowledge of matters that do not often reach the public domain. Well done.Shaking the Tree
Wishamac
This book was not as good as some he has written. But perhaps because i have read most of them some of this was repetitious. However, I must say he did solve the Templar of whether or not they were the forerunners of Freemasonry.
SiIеnt
The book arrived in a timely manner and in great shape. It is exactly what I was looking for.
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Arilak
This book was a gift to Mum. She finds if full offacts and very informative.
Gna
I am one of those people who is fascinated by all things Templar, so I was pleased to read this book. I admit to my own romantic notions about the historical Templars being colored by wonderful stories such as those told by Dan Brown, but I have also expanded my knowledge of these men by reading books of research and insight, and am in no way near complete with my own personal delving into who these men were and what they may have done in the past.

This book brought to light many interesting topics that have circled around the mythology of the Templars, and its aim was to search for the validity behind these myths, or to disprove them entirely. The author really got his hands dirty in his research. As a Freemason himself, he was uniquely placed to lay his hands onto some probably otherwise more difficult to obtain tidbits, and as a scientist, he is able to sift through the various scores of information out there, to tie together some very intriguing ideas. His research led him from the beginnings of freemasonry to Rosslyn Chapel, to William the 12th Baron and his secret ambitions to claim a crown of his own, to the extreme past of the beginnings of farming over the nomadic lifestyle that humans had led until farming took hold. And as varied as many of these topics may seem, the author ties them all together nicely.

While some of the information put forward in this book was far more complex and intimate in the workings of Masons, I enjoyed this book quite a lot, and I am looking forward to reading more books by this author in the future, as it appears that his interests seem to mirror many of my own.
The title of this book is a little misleading, as it is more concerned with the history and rituals of Freemasonry than with the Knights Templar, but otherwise, this is a must read for anyone who is interested in the topic. When I first saw who the author of this book was, I was half expecting another slightly nutty volume along the lines of "The Second Messiah" or "Uriel's Machine", but after reading a couple of chapters, I realized that Mr. Lomas must be the straight guy in the Knight & Lomas team, and that this is, in fact quite a serious work. The author dismisses any direct link between the Knights Templar and Freemasonry about halfway through the book, and then launches into what appears to be about 100 pages of padding on different myths around the world and how they might have impacted Freemasonry. I lost sight of what he was trying to say at this point, but he does sort of bring things back together in the last couple of chapters, where he opines that Freemasonry rituals are in fact a repository for many of these myths, including stories about the Knights Templar. It's hard to know how much he says about Freemasonry is correct or not, since Freemasons are sworn to secrecy about their different rites and rules, but if only some of the descriptions are accurate, then they are an interesting bunch of people. So, don't go into this book expecting great revelations about the Knights Templar. You will, however, learn a lot about the Freemasons.
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