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Enter the Europeans in the early 17th century. The Dutch were the first to bring tea from China back to Europe. It took a while to catch on, but gradually tea became a luxurious drink among the upper classes and aristocrats in France and Great Britai

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But while the better-known Laurence Gardner has received fame, fortune, accolades, and numerous book contracts as a reward for his work, a lesser-known figure has lurked quietly ion the shadows up until the present. As the Sovereign Grand Master o

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that they may have been the original builders of many of the towering megalithic monuments in Britain, including Stonehenge and Avebury. Certain clues discovered wit

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Judicial ordeals took several forms, from dunking the defendant in a pool of holy water to walking him barefoot across burning plowshares. Among the most popular, however, was the ordeal of boiling water and the ordeal of burning iron. In the former,

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Simply because Germany tried everything, at every turn, to stop the spread of the war. For instance, Germany tried desperately to dissuade Russia from mobilizing. We now know that Russia was the first power to mobilize, even before the Austrian deadl

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Textual material is all over the place and far to much speculation has been folded into this complex narrative. Folding them together simply piles it onto a larger dung heap of speculative history. I do think that the Templar remained intact, but

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