History is full of treasures, and I hope you too get the chance to dig into your history. It has a way of broadening your horizons and opening your mind while simultaneously bringing the world closer through knowledge. And a ride with Clio, the muse of history, can make for a very enlightening road trip.
A copy of an article regarding my book, ‘Jesse James and the Lost Templar Treasure’, which I was very honored to have published in ‘The Square – The Independent Magazine for Freemasons’.
My first book signing event is slated for this coming Saturday, August 17th at Barnes & Noble in Austin, Texas. This happens to be the same Barnes & Noble (see directions below) that my late mother, author, and great granddaughter of the Old West outlaw Jesse James, Betty Dorsett Duke, had her first book signing at, which makes it all the more special to me.
If you’re in the area, please stop by and I will be more than happy to sign a copy of my book, ‘Jesse James and the Lost Templar Treasure’ for you.
I found this very interesting and wanted to share it with you. According to ‘The Worlds of Oronce […]
There seems to be some controversy as to whether or not Castel del Monte was a Knights Templar castle.
“Poussin was a master artist, which leads me to believe this shadow was no accident and that he could have been using it to convey a message.”