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 Post subject: THE EARLY ILLUMINATI THE KNIGHTS TEMPLAR - SMITHSONIAN
PostPosted: Tue Jul 03, 2018 3:52 am 
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YEAH GO FIGURE THIS JULY 4TH HOLIDAY LETS TALK ABOUT HOW IT ALL STARTED
AND OF COURSE WAS CO-OPTED FOR EVEN WORSE EVIL THAT EXISTS TODAY

(AND IF YOU THINK IS COSTUMES OUT OF HISTORY ONLY..WELL JUST GOTO THE LODGE NEAR YOU..IF THEY LET YOU IN AND I HEAR THEIR DESPERATE FOR MEMBERS :D )

OH AND BE CAREFUL COS THE LINK IS CLEAR WITH FREEMASONRY..THOUGH THIS ARTICLE WISHES TO DISTORT THAT FACT

THE KNIGHTS TEMPLAR THE EARLY ILLUMINATI

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/meet-americans-following-footsteps-knights-templar-180969344/#fHtPlAiCQj2PUWEG.99

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However, beginning on Friday 13th October 1307 the Templars were destroyed in a process instigated by the French king Philip IV “The Fair” and abetted by Pope Clement V. The Templars had been tainted by the final failure of the crusades in 1291; they were also victims of the French king’s chronic shortage of money. Templar brothers across Europe were arrested, charged with crimes including sodomy, blasphemy and worshiping false idols; they were imprisoned, tortured and forced to make false confessions. In March 1312 a church council formally abolished the order. Its property was confiscated and its members stripped of their rank. In 1314 the last Master, Jacques de Molay, was burned at the stake in Paris.

That grisly demise has lent the Templars lasting notoriety and a thick shrouding of myth. They crop up regularly in modern entertainment, most famously in Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code, which cast them as the shadowy guardians of ancient religious secrets, and more recently in the video game franchise Assassin’s Creed, which transforms them into time-traveling supervillains. The Templars have also been widely revived and imitated for purposes both benign and sinister since at least 1737, when the Scottish Freemason Andrew Michael Ramsey wrote a pseudo-history of Masonry that claimed ties to the medieval Templars.


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