Freddy Silva is one of the world’s leading experts on crop circles and sacred sites, and a leading researcher into the interaction between temples and consciousness. He is best-selling author of Secrets in the Fields, and Director of the documentaries "Templemaking", “Stairways To Heaven: The Practical Magic Of Sacred Space”, and "In The Footsteps Of Isis". He lectures internationally, and has made keynote presentations at the International Science and Consciousness Conference, and the International Society For The Study Of Subtle Energies & Energy Medicine, in addition to appearances on The History Channel, Discovery Channel, BBC, numerous video documentaries, and international radio shows.
Recently described by the CEO of Universal Light Expo as “perhaps the best metaphysical speaker in the world right now.”

The Grail of the Knights Templar:
What it is. And where it is.

As secrets go, this one has been well kept for 900 years.
Officially, the Knights Templar was created in 1118 after the Order took up residence on Temple Mount in Jerusalem. But what if the Templars, by this time, were already active in another land two thousand miles to the west, where they carried out a covert exercise that created Europe’s first independent nation-state, in which they established a kingdom within a kingdom? Then, in a town named for the daughter of Mary Magdalene, they erected the Grail and began the ressurgence of the Divine Femenine.
But what exactly is the Grail? A clue comes from a knight wishing to join the Templars “to experience the joys of Paradise.” Were the Templars offering some kind of mystical revelation?
Based on material from his explosive new book First Templar Nation, best-selling author Freddy Silva reveals a previously unknown chapter in the story of these enigmatic knights. He explores the Grail, its location, the Templar’s secret initiation chambers, and evidence that the knights practiced an ancient ritual in which candidates claimed to be ‘raised from the dead’.
All this in the one place no one has ever thought to look.