The Cremona Document
In November of 1971, a physician who worked for a private security company named Dr. William Jackson, purchased a compilation of documents detailing the activities of the medieval military order of Knights Templar. These documents include first-hand testimony, notes, numerous names of individuals, and maps that mark the specific location of hidden treasures. After a decade of research and field investigations, including diving and discovering the remains of a Twelfth Century shipwreck (1971) and the tomb of medieval Priestess on Hunter Mountain in the Catskill mountains of New York (1977), Dr. Jackson sold the document to the Vatican in 1994. Unbeknownst to the Holy See, Dr. Jackson removed key portions of the document and carefully dispersed them to his colleagues and close friends at the agency with strict instructions: Upon their deaths, their wills and heirs were to ensure the documents were to be given to Mr. Donald Ruh, the youngest member of the agency and closest friend of Dr. Jackson. Members of Templar Gold have worked closely with Mr. Ruh with his research into the document that has revealed detailed historical activities in the early and late Twelfth, late Fourteenth, and late Eighteenth Centuries that has confirmed much of the research by the principles of Templar Gold.