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July 8, 2019 73 min
The Knights Templar are a fascinating group from antiquity. The life of Jesse James is one that is shrouded in infamy and mystery. The two narratives have never crossed paths, until now. Lost Origins is pleased to present the exclusive first look at the work of Daniel Duke - researcher and author of Jesse James and the Lost Templar Treasure. Daniel's research is built upon the alternative historical timeline of Jesse James having faked his death in 1882, only to live out a long and law-abiding Texan life until the of 93.

Duke's research suggests that in addition to the staged death, Jesse James also made a surprising contribution to the legacy of the Knights Templar. After becoming a Free Mason, James worked to distribute lost Templar treasures across the United States through the use of coded maps that outline a mind-bending connection to the Old World, the mystic Kabbalah, King Solomon's Temple of ancient Jerusalem, and much more.
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