I’ve been a proponent for years now that the Money Pit is the work of the Knights Templar… The video I have produced reviews my theory, new work on the Mohican Reservation in Wisconsin, and Petter Amundsen’s theory that Francis Bacon had built the Money Pit. After I had filmed the video, it occured to … More Did Templars Build the Money Pit?
The Domme Templar Graffiti reveals a Grail family. Zena Halperns Map has clues to the port in France where Templars sailed to Oak Island, Nove Scotia. … More Zena Halpern’s Map of Oak Island
Recently I was asked who designed the cover of the book and where did the photo of the stained glass window originate? I’m so pleased that many have commented that the cover is striking and that the image of the Templar Knight is inspiring & compelling. I designed the cover and was happy that so … More The Story Behind the Cover Photo
One of my favorite pastimes is photographing historic sites in Britain and Europe. As an American, I am privileged to have lived in the historical theme park of England since 2002. A few weeks ago I visited the small village of Badlesmere in Kent to muse over the secrets of their ancient church. The church may have … More A Merovingian In England
Bernard de Clairvaux 1090-1153 Today is the feast day of Saint Bernard de Clairvaux who put a sword in the hands of Cistercian monks and renamed them the Knights Templar or The Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon. It was controversial at the time and akin to a doctor amending the … More Bernard de Clairvaux – Knight of the Morning Star
One of the most contentious points of argument amongst the Templar genre is that of the survival of the Order after the arrests of October 13th 1307. Many author’s whom I admire deny the existence of the Order into modern times due to a lack of writen evidence. Academic rigour must be upheld but there … More Escape into the Night