Le tombeau de Jacques Molai, ou le secret des conspirateurs, a ceux qui veulent tout savoir
Title page of a pamphlet published in 1796 and often reprinted, written by Charles-Louis Cadet de Gassicourt (1769-1821), who later became Napoleon's apothecary; the last part of the abbreviation of the author's name stands for 'de la Section du Mont-Blanc, condamné de Vendémiaire'. The author explains the French Revolution as the work of a long line of conspirators, from the Templars and Assassins through Cromwell and the Jesuits to Robespierre and Babeuf. Jacques de Molai was the last grand master of the Templars.
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