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by Kelly d. Whittaker

Knights Templar began as a challenge to me.   This series began as a story for a dear friend of mine and turned out to be one of the most adventurous pieces I have ever accomplished.  I am of Scots descent on both paternal and maternal sides of the family. Learning about the Knights Templar from the view of a person who descends from this famous group has been very rewarding for me.

I have had questions about my ggggrandfather for nine long years. Researching the Knights Templar opened a new set of doors in my research.  A series of questions have been answered.  A few important question that were answered were, "Why does the math's and sciences come to me as though they were a part of me?  Why isn't there any documentation pertaining to several of my great grandfathers who were banished to the Colonies after Culledon?  What is this 'Ochiltree Spirit' that my grandfather told me I have?"

I understand fully what the Spirit is.  This spirit lives in every scot.  The Scots are a very intelligent group because of their knowledge of the sciences.  Many countries feared the Scots for this very reason.

I do not agree on a few of the Knights' teachings but I do understand their theories and philosophies.  The Knights were not warlocks or witches nor demonic, just very very highly trained. I want to thank those who read my concept of the Knights Templar and Freemasonry.  I will understand if you disagree for all Scots agree to disagree!


Mysteries of the Unknown series; Ancient Wisdom and Secret Sects, Mystic Quests
Lincoln Library
Encyclopedia Britanica
World Book Encyclopedia
Bible KJV
King Arthur
Holy Blood, Holy Grail
Bloodline of the Holy Grail
Robert the Bruce
Mark of the Scots
Library of Congress for American History
Various Web sights about the Scottish Rite, York Right and Freemasonry

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