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A captivating look into the society of the Knights TemplarBrought to you by the author of "Freemasons For Dummies," The Templar Code is more than an intriguing cipher or a mysterious symbol - it is the Code by which the Knights Templar lived and died, the Code that bound them together in secrecy, and the Code that inspired them to nearly superhuman feats of courage and end ...more
ebook, 384 pages
Published February 14th 2011 by For Dummies (first published January 1st 2007)
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Ryan Mercer
While this will be brief, as I don't want to go into vast detail as to what is int he book... I will say that Hodapp delivers yet again. I'd also recommend you check out his titles Conspiracy Theories & Secret Societies For Dummies, Templar Code For Dummies, and Freemasons for Dummies if either of those subjects interest you. I highly recommend all of these titles as he really comes through as does Alice Von Kannon in the case for this title, Templar Code, and Conspiracy Theories.
Jefferson F
I enjoy reading books about mysterious things and Templar is a topic that evokes a spirit of mystery. This is a great book for anyone who wants to know everything about the templars there history and what happened to them. Word of warning if you are into the books of dan brown you may want to look away, Christopher Hodapp has got a hate on for Mr Brown and his books. Good read.
VERY informative and interesting. Extremely well written. If you THINK you know a lot about the Knights Templar, read this anyway. If you don't really know much at all, you'll find this a "can't put down" kind of book.
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Christopher L. Hodapp is the editor of the "Journal of The Masonic Society." He is the author of the best-selling "Freemasons For Dummies," and "Solomon's Builders: Freemasons, Founding Fathers and the Secrets of Washington D.C."

He is the co-author with Alice VonKannon of "The Templar Code For Dummies" and "Conspiracy Theories and Secret Societies For Dummies."

He has appeared on the History Chan

More about Christopher Hodapp...
Freemasons For Dummies Solomon's Builders: Freemasons, Founding Fathers and the Secrets of Washington D.C. Conspiracy Theories & Secret Societies for Dummies Freemason Symbols and Ceremonies For Dummies Deciphering the Lost Symbol: Freemasons, Myths and the Mysteries of Washington, D.C.

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