The Hiram Key, Christopher Knight & Robert Lomas
This book connects the roots of Freemasonry to the conquest of Egypt by the Hyksos in 1800 bc. Essentially, with the death of the pharoah and his architect at the hands of the Hyksos during the 15th dynasty came the loss of knowledge necessary to build pyramids. Efforts since then to recover the secrets of original Egyptian architectural knowhow have resulted in, among other things, the rites and rituals of Freemasonry.
But that is only the beginning. The Hiram Key also relates an account of the historical figure, Jesus, whose name when rendered most closely in English from Aramaic is Jeshua. It underscores that Jesus, or Jeshua, never ever called himself the Son of God, nor did he claim any form of divinity. Rather, the Roman spy Saul, who changed his name to Paul and wrote the first documents that may be called Christian, invented the divinity of Jesus for his own purposes.