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The Templar Treasure: An Investigation (Anglais) Broché – 7 janvier 2014

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Following author Tobias Wabbel's research and investigation throughout Europe, this book solves the mystery of the treasure of the Knights Templar. The most up-to-date archeological and historical information is discussed, from the history of the Knights Templar and the history of the Israelites and the Ark of the Covenant, to medieval literature and Gothic cathedral architecture. Disproving common theories--the Knights Templar never guarded the pilgrimage ways in Palestine, there is no Priory of Sion, there is no bloodline from Jesus to the present day, and there is no authentic Shroud of Turin--the book also proves the existence of the sacred Ark of the Covenant, also known as the treasure of the Knights Templar, which is still hidden in France. Wabbel researched iconography in the architecture of cathedrals and chapels, and found more evidence in texts and inscriptions that led to his theory on the location of the Templar treasure. Both a travel guide to the secrets of the treasure of the Knights Templar and a fascinating read, this book will shake commonly held beliefs on this interconnected history and renew the interest in it.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An Insightful Investigation into Templar History 11 janvier 2016
Par Brad Clark - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
It was because of Petter Amundsen's recommendation that I purchased this book. I was not disappointed. Wabbel gives evidence that the original purpose of the Knights Templar had nothing to do with guarding pilgrimage routes. Their mission was to conduct excavations under the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. His investigation disclosed that not only did they locate valuable religious artifacts but that they located the most important artifact in Jewish history: the Ark of the Covenant. Wabbel not only discusses the founding roles of Hugues de Payns, Hugues I of Champagne and Andre de Montbard, but also Saint Bernard of Clairvaux and Abbot Stephen Harding. The fact that Bernard dubbed the Templars "the true Israelites" has significant implications.

Wabbel visits Rosslyn Chapel in Scotland and discusses Keith Laidler's book The Head of God which claims that the mummified head of Jesus Christ is the Templar treasure hidden in the Chapel and that it was this relic that the Templars worshipped as Baphomet. While refuting Ladlier, he also refutes the existence of the Prieure de Sion which not only has a significant role in Laidler's book but also in Lincoln, Baigent & Leigh's book Holy Blood, Holy Grail and Dan Brown's novel The Da Vinci Code. He also refutes the idea that the Templars fled to Scotland and that there's a clear connection between the Templars and the St. Clair family and Rosslyn Chapel. The secret of the Holy Grail is not a bloodline from the offspring of Jesus and Mary Magdalene. It is something else that is revealed by Wabbel during his discussion of Chretien de Troyes' Perceval and Wolfram von Eschenbach's Parzival which he shows are literary embellishments of true Templar history. He also discusses the Shroud of Turin which some, such as historian Barbara Frale, associate with the Templars and their treasure. Using the same argument which he used to refute Laidler's theory about the mummified head of Jesus, he challenges this theory and also considers it highly probable that the shroud is a clever forgery.

After Wabbel establishes that the Ark really existed from an archaeological perspective and that it was still hidden in Jerusalem at the time of the Templar excavations and never went to Ethiopia as some claim, he puts Louis Charpentier's claim in his book The Mysteries of Chartres Cathedral to the test. Charpentier claimed that the Templars not only found the Ark but that they brought it to France. Wabbel visits various Cathedrals in France and makes startling discoveries, some involving constellations, and corrects Charpentier along the way. He also discusses the Templar trial and the accusations of blasphemy along with the nature of Baphomet/Bahumet. His discussion is interesting, reasonable and supportive of his overall findings. The last chapter also ends with an interesting discussion of the Nazis and whether they may have found the Ark.

The book is graced with a prologue titled "The Virgin and the Dragon" that pulls you into the book. It also has helpful summaries of facts at the end of each chapter along with an index. Also included is an Epilogue by Dr. Wiltraud Resch. I highly recommend it!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A must read 4 décembre 2015
Par Petter Amundsen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I love the way Mr Wabbel takes us along on an Indiana Jonesy quest for the Ark. The book is detailed, but not overly so, his interpretations and speculations seem warranted, and the references are really useful. I believe he has made discoveries that will add a lot to the understanding of the era. I learned a lot, and I realize I need to edit my own books on the subject of the Temple Tresure's whereabouts. Mr Wabbel presents a most likely scenario of its European travel.
I highly recommend this book, and I will swiftly begin to read it again.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great read, lots of detail 16 juillet 2016
Par Lee J - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Great historical references
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