Christopher Columbus, the Last Templar

Christopher Columbus the Last Templar The untold story of the secret alliance behind the discovery of America Reveals how a utopian dream of brotherhood among Christians Muslims and Jews fueled a murderous power struggle involving secre

  • Title: Christopher Columbus, the Last Templar
  • Author: Ruggero Marino
  • ISBN: 9781594771903
  • Page: 315
  • Format: Paperback
  • The untold story of the secret alliance behind the discovery of America Reveals how a utopian dream of brotherhood among Christians, Muslims, and Jews fueled a murderous power struggle involving secret societies, popes, and kings Explains why King Ferdinand of Spain supported Columbus s voyages openly, but, secretly, sought to undermine their purpose Shows how ColuThe untold story of the secret alliance behind the discovery of America Reveals how a utopian dream of brotherhood among Christians, Muslims, and Jews fueled a murderous power struggle involving secret societies, popes, and kings Explains why King Ferdinand of Spain supported Columbus s voyages openly, but, secretly, sought to undermine their purpose Shows how Columbus knew, sailing west, he would find the New World, not Asia Was Columbus a Templar According to the historic documents and maps revealed by Ruggero Marino, Columbus shared their dream of Christians, Muslims, and Jews living in peace in a New Jerusalem, and his voyage across the Atlantic was both to find a new passage to Asia and to find the place where the New Jerusalem could be built Marino draws parallels between Marco Polo s journey east over the Silk Route and Columbus s sea voyages and reveals that Columbus studied ancient texts and maps from the Vatican Library, access to which was granted by Pope Innocent VIII who Marino shows to be Columbus s true father Innocent VIII whose own father was Jewish and grandmother was Muslim was the perfect individual to further the Templars plan to create a universal religion combining the spiritual wisdom of the three faiths Marino shows that Innocent s disappearance and the story that Columbus merely stumbled onto the New World were part of a calculated political and theological cover up While King Ferdinand the model for Machiavelli s The Prince and Queen Isabella of Spain are heralded with funding Columbus s discovery of America, it was Innocent VIII who was the main sponsor and master mind of the expedition To obscure the purpose of the voyages, and give Spain the credit for the New World discovery, Ferdinand and his agent Pope Alexander VI Rodrigo Borgia , Pope Innocent VIII s successor, initiated the disinformation campaign that has lasted for over 500 years.

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    248 thoughts on “Christopher Columbus, the Last Templar

    • More than 300 pages of pure delirium and fantasy.This book - a book supposedly from History, is pure fiction and, what is worse, fiction of the worst that I passed through the hands in many years.


    • I rather found this book to follow a highly speculative and fancy approach to Christopher Columbus origins and life and about the discovery of the New World. Reading is difficult. The author has a particular writing style of short sentences that break the reasoning in an unnatural and annoying way. On top of that, the arguments are never put in simple, objective terms, but instead in a rhetorical, fancy, speculative fashion. The authors shows a great deal of knowledge and is always trying to spe [...]


    • Columbus was never a member of the Knights Templar. This book is an academic work studying the social, economic, political, and religious events leading up to the mid to late fifteenth century. The goals of Christianity and Islam are explored.


    • This book is pretty rough. Definitely not a light read. Reads alot like a history textbook. Tough not to to fall asleep when reading it.



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