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  • Author:
    Steven Sora
  • ISBN:
    1594770190
  • ISBN13:
    978-1594770197
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    Destiny Books (October 27, 2004)
  • Pages:
    288 pages
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    Americas
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Steven Sora, The Lost Colony of The Templars: Verrazano's Secret Mission To America, page 161 (Destiny . David S. Brody, Cabal of the Westford Knight : Templars at the Newport Tower : a novel, 2009, Martin and Lawrence Press, Groton, Mass: ISBN 773898-7-1.

Steven Sora, The Lost Colony of The Templars: Verrazano's Secret Mission To America, page 161 (Destiny Books, 2004). ISBN 978-1-59477-870-4. Christopher Knight, Robert Lomas, The Hiram Key: Pharaohs, Freemasons and The Discovery of The Secret Scrolls of Jesus (London: Century, 1996). Was Columbus the true discoverer of America?". The world's strangest mysteries. New York: Gallery Books. p. 120. ISBN 0-8317-9678-2.

While Verrazano’s mission succeeded in finding the tower, the . Verrazano and the lost colony material could have been summarized in less than 5 pages.

While Verrazano’s mission succeeded in finding the tower, the colony itself eluded him. His backers then decided to resurrect the dream of Acadia-a place where they could aspire to higher knowledge without fear of Church or state-by creating a new Secret Society that included Huguenots and Catholic Sulpicians. This book should be retitled "A history of the Templars and how they influenced early American exploration".

Verrazano's Secret Mission to America.

Reveals the existence of a Templar colony in the New World and how the explorer Verrazano, also a member of a secret society, attempted to reestablish contact with.

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The Lost Colony of the Templars: Verrazano's Secret Mission to America. I enjoyed the book as it was an easy read full of information on the Templars,ancient seafarers,the Assassins and pirates in general but little on actually fighting Vatican shipping. I'd recommend reading this book just for the information contained within. The sun, the moon, and the Knights Templar. Death and resurrection of the Templars. From Scotland to the New World : the Templar refuge in America. The Templar trail in America. Columbus and the Knights of Christ. The secret mission of Verrazano. In Arcadia : the Templar colony in Montreal. Epilogue : under the rose.

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Reveals the existence of a Templar colony in the New World and how the explorer Verrazano, also a member of a secret society, attempted to reestablish contact with it • Explores Columbus’s connection to Henry Sinclair’s maps of the New World • Examines the secret alliance of Catholic Sulpicians and French Huguenots to preserve the Templar legacy • Reveals the hidden knowledge preserved in the Templar baptisteries found throughout Europe and in Newport, Rhode Island In 1524 the Italian explorer Giovanni da Verrazano was sent by the French king Francis I on an expedition ostensibly to find a shorter route to China. However, his true mission, Steven Sora suggests, was to contact a Templar colony that might have been established in Newport, Rhode Island, by Henry Sinclair at the end of the 14th century. In his expedition log Verrazano recorded that his only stay on this journey was at Newport Harbor, the site of a tower built to the exact measurements of a Templar baptistery, a sacred sanctuary representing baptism and eternal life. This tower is a remnant of Sinclair’s voyage to America nearly a century before that of Columbus (who had access to Sinclair’s maps thanks to his wife, who was Sinclair’s great-granddaughter). While Verrazano’s mission succeeded in finding the tower, the colony itself eluded him. His backers then decided to resurrect the dream of Acadia--a place where they could aspire to higher knowledge without fear of Church or state--by creating a new Secret Society that included Huguenots and Catholic Sulpicians. This Company of the Holy Sacrament would lay the foundations for Montreal in an attempt to realize the ambitions of Sinclair and his Templar companions, as well as to stave off efforts by the Jesuits to transform Quebec into a fiefdom of the orthodox Church. Quebec’s motto, “Je me souviens” (I remember), is a reference to this secret history.

Kalrajas
I was very excited to receive this book and as soon as it arrived I browsed through it and noticed page ix, Chronology, midway down had a “type o” of 1095 Urban I. In spite of this event I devoured the material for I am traveling to many of the sites found in the book in a few months. The book provided a great base to research, look for, and understand prior to the visit.

Be it as it may, I proceeded to guardedly read the text which I found a very easy, simple, read well organized with facts backed by recent familiar references. This book is not easy to understand without a prior knowledge of these readings. You need to be familiar with the material for the author moves quickly from one point to another with great writing efficiency. An example is the 2nd Chapter where he journeys temporally and spatially from the Damascus mosque to Saint-Sulpice in Montreal. A warning to the reader, Steven Sora does an amazing service by orderly reviewing an extensive body of material relating to sites recently uncovered with connections to Masonic and Templar origins. I have been to many of these sites and have read much of the reference material presented by the author and he is very accurate.

For the Christopher Columbus fans an entire chapter, Chapter 6, is dedicated to a more than what we have been exposed to in his non-celebrated life. Recently, I have been to his birthplace in Genoa, Italy, but he was a somewhat vagabond traveling extensively, even after his death. The chapter attempts to tie Columbus to The Knights Templar through the order of The Knights of Christ. Verrazano even though sailing for Francis I of France was also from an Italian background.

Although it takes 80% of the book to get to the portion regarding Verrazano’s secret mission to America, it is well worth the ride of the reviewing background he provides in materials to leading up to this event is overwhelming. There is information in this book that I have found in no other. Using my browser, I researched many sailing locations I was not familiar with and mentioned items of many places as Laon, France, which I did not realize was the capital of France prior to Paris.

It appears Verrazano’s mission was not to explore for a route to China but to contact a forgotten Templar colony which built the New Port Tower recorded on his map in 1526. This tower, I was told as a child by my parents as a Native American structure, is a Templar baptistery similar to structures found in many places in Europe which I have personally visited in the last 25 years.

Soro does an excellent job in revealing there is a secret history of the exploration and colonization of the Americas. I very much enjoyed reading this book and wish to convey my gratitude for the extensive effort by the author, and wish I had written it!
“Sometimes history is not what we’ve been told.”
Gashakar
This is a fascinating book, I thoroughly enjoyed it. I hope at some point people will accept that there is more to the history of North America than we have been taught. We should be celebrating these brave people who arrived first, instead of Columbus. when you think of the voyage as island hopping across the north Atlantic, it becomes quite plausible.
Goldfury
Sora provides a well researched and footnoted book about the Lost Colony of Templars at Newport, RI based on Verrazano’s well documented to Voyage to America. Moreover Sora describes how North America was well to Henry Sinclair based on knowledge passed down from his people on the Orkney Islands which travelled to Iceland and Greenland and how the Church even posted a Bishop to Greenland to collect taxes because so many people were there. A very compelling with so much detail.
Mpapa
My Next adventure will be to visit all findable precolumbian sites.
Fascinating overview of several such locations..
Maybe I'll write a book...?
Quellik
Good book. Many facts I didn't know about the Templars. Thank you.
SiIеnt
Great Book. Great Price.
happy light
If you are a student of Templar history, this a must read. It makes many connections and sparks many ideas about the Templars and where they have gone.
I'm only three fourths thru the book but so far it is really well researched and thought provoking. A great book and one that should be recommended by all history teachers.