The Knights Templar of the Middle East

The Knights Templar of the Middle East

The Hidden History of the Islamic Origins of Freemasonry

Book - 2006
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For the first time ever, a source from within reveals the shocking truth that the roots of the Knights Templar, and thus those of Freemasonry, were actually more deeply linked to Islam than to Christianity. The Knights Templar of the Middle East breaks new ground in this welltilled sphere and is guaranteed to stir more fires of controversy than any other book to date on Freemasonry and Templars. Prince Michael writes with sterling scholarship, making full use of his access to libraries of the secret orders of which he is a member. The book delves deep to examine the true roots of this worldwide society, revealing both historical events from Europe to the Middle East and the author's own deeply personal, perilous journey to research and expose this hidden history. Going against the accepted history of the Freemason society as evolved from a remnant of Knights Templar who settled in Scotland, The Knights Templar of the Middle East takes readers much farther back to the true historical biblical land, based in Western Arabia rather than Palestine. The true secret of the Inner Circle of the Order of the Templars was such that, had they revealed it, the knowledge would have rocked the cradle of Christian and Judaic beliefs.
Publisher: San Francisco ; Newburyport, Mass. : Weiser Books, 2006.
ISBN: 9781578633463
157863346X
Branch Call Number: 366. 109 STE
Characteristics: xi, 210 p. ; 24 cm.
Additional Contributors: Salhab, Walid Amin

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