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Did you know that the infamous western train robber, Jesse James, left behind secret diaries … and even coded maps … hinting at hidden treasures yet to be recovered, as well as connections between his infamous train robberies, Freemasonry, the Knights Templar, the Founding Fathers … and even Jewish mysticism?!

Curious yet?

My guest tonight, civilian historian Daniel J. Duke, will explain just how James — using ancient techniques involving sacred geometry and gematria — hid a variety of loot “across the great American Southwest,” pinpointed on literal buried treasure maps … but ONLY decodeable using Jesse’s “special encoding template.”

Duke — who’s also the great, great grandson of the 19th-Century train robber himself, Jesse James — will provide instructions during the show for using James’ “encoding template” to potentially locate and recover major, remaining portions of James’ still-buried treasure trove ….

You, in fact, might be the lucky individual who — just from Duke’s clues — figures out the location of the next “still-to-be-recovered Freemason and Templar Jesse James’ treasure site” ….

Join us.

Richard C. Hoagland


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Daniel Duke

Website - https://authordanduke.com/ Duke's late mother's (Betty Dorsett Duke) website - https://jessewjames.com/ Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/authorDanielDuke/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/Dan_Duke_author

Daniel Duke, the great-great grandson of Jesse James, grew up surrounded by stories of lost outlaw treasures. For more than two decades he has researched the mysteries involving his family, Freemasonry, and the Knights Templar. He lives in Texas.

Daniel Duke grew up in the hill country of central Texas surrounded by a wealth of stories of lost Spanish and outlaw treasures.  After high school, Daniel earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Science and has worked in jobs ranging from construction to environmental work for an engineering firm in Houston, Texas and later working for Dell Inc, closer to his hometown of Liberty Hill, Texas.

Daniel’s childhood in the Texas countryside along with his education and professional background has intertwined well with his passions which have guided him for over two decades in researching the mysteries involving his family.  Chief among these mysteries are those which surround his great, great grandfather; the noted Old West outlaw, Jesse Woodson James, as well as the legends and mysteries of hidden treasures which Jesse and those associated with him are said to have buried.  Daniels hobbies include hiking, writing, genealogy, history, beekeeping, treasure hunting, researching symbols and codes, healthy cooking and good coffee.

Books: 'Jesse James and the Lost Templar Treasure' released July 2019 https://www.innertraditions.com/jesse-james-and-the-lost-templar-treasure

'The Mysterious Life and Faked Death of Jesse James' slated for release in June 2020 https://www.innertraditions.com/books/the-mysterious-life-and-faked-death-of-jesse-james

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One Comment so far:

  1. Evelyn says:

    My Great Grandfather was Milton Haun, a Mason and Minister in Kansas-Nebraska, who helped negotiate the treaties with the Indians.  His son William, born 1860, rode with Wyatt Earp. He later moved to Hollywood, was successful in business as a high Mason, died 1960. I have a photo of young William in Western garb.

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