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@lumanci (1111)
January 16, 2007 12:17pm CST
A book on the Templari and on the story of the dawn Christianity says. Been born perhaps on the it skis of the large success of the Code from you Win, THE keepers of the code of Jack Whyte claims the same origin attributed to the best seller of Dan Brown: book The holy Graal of Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh and Henry Lincoln. Not any' other organization existed in the story has make curious and charmed a lot the readers modern how much l' medieval order of the well-known monk like templari: "It have to be us a really large story hidden there from some part if alone one succeeds to rip the fog and to find a manner to understand really hi were these persons and what justifications pushed them" the author says that does not deny therefore of to have motive the first steps for the drawing up of this romance after to have read The holy Graal. "Always I thought that the knights templari be real, - continuous Whyte - that be human beings truths even if when I was boy the sole images that I knew of them were the figures of stone stilizzaate sculpted on the medieval graves and the sole reports that there came supplied over their painted them like individuals belonging to an abominable race and wicked, condemned and excommunicated from the Church like heretics and apostati.
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