Author John Thomas Madachik weaves Templar history into an exciting and believable story about a Freemason who decodes a chemical formula attributed to Sir Isaac Newton and uses it in an invention that changes the world. The inventor’s successful company, managed by Freemasons devastates oil producing nations and industries. Anti-masonic sentiment and fear of a “New World Order”, terrorists desire to obtain the technology for use in a weapon, and the government’s plot to take over the invention provides the framework for this intriguing novel. The astonishing Knight’s Templar saga endures today.
Businessman, inventor, entrepreneur, writer, born in Pennsylvania, raised in Ohio and now lives in Tennessee. Holds a BA in Business Administration, served in the Army during Vietnam War, a Paramedic Firefighter for sixteen years, elected to school board in Aurora, OH for two terms, started a chemical manufacturing company, does photography, and produces fine Artisan Chocolates. He is a Master Mason, a 32nd degree Scottish Rite Mason, and Sir Knight John, a Knight Templar of the York Rite. He is working on his second novel.