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Mysteries of Templar Treasure & the Holy Grail: The Secrets of Rennes-le-Château

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With the possible exception of Rosslyn, no other place on earth holds as much esoteric symbolism and mystery as Rennes-le-Château. Its location, design, and history are the subjects of countless rumours, myths and legends. Mysteries of Templar Treasure and the Holy Grail delves into the reality behind the tales associated with the place in such fictions as Dan Brown’s The ...more
Paperback, 241 pages
Published August 1st 2004 by Weiser Books
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Billy
Entertaining as a work of FICTION. Misleading as non-fiction...,

This is a very interesting and entertaining read, but based on conjecture and falsehoods. It is a FICTION novel that has been portrayed as fact. None of this has been proven.

The book is actually drawing on a small connection between the Knights Templar and their connection with the Cathars (a dualist religious sect that was annihilated by the Catholic church as heretics). The connection is weak at best.

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