Knights Templar

The Knights Templar were a military order, founded by the Catholic Church, to wage a Holy War against the Ottomans and reconquer Jerusalem. The Order of Malta were their rivals and played a role in their suppression. They survived as the bankers of the City of London and Swiss banks and were precessors to modern freemasonry, with an emphasis on John the Baptist, Baphomet and sodomy. Like freemasons, they served to protect a 'Holy Grail' bloodline (House of Stuart-Sinclair, House of Bruce).

They are often glorified and romanticized in Hollywood movies, as heroes fighting a Holy War (Ridley Scott's Kingdom of Heaven) or used in misleading conspiracy theories (bloodline of Christ, Priory of Sion, The Da Vinci Code,..) to discredit the topic as unscientific or ridiculous.

Charlemagne already used Jews like Isaac Judaeus in Jerusalem to teach Kabbalah (nasi's princes) and to steal gold. According to the Bible, Solomon was a worshipper of Ishtarte, worshipped on high mountains as mount Hermon (connected to fallen angel Lucifer), Astarte became Mary. They taught knowledge of Thoth/Hermes, sacred geometry from the east.
1098 Bernard de Clairvaux, a Benedictine monk, founds the Cistercan Order.
1099 The Dome of the Rock, Mount Moriah = mount Zion (sun) is conquered by Christians, given to Augustinians. They call themselves 'poor fellow soldiers of Jesus' (in the Quran there is a commandment to pray towards Mount Moriah). Western Europe is an underdeveloped region, compared to the more sophisticated culture of the Arab world. The aim of the soldiers is to restore lost kabbalistic knowledge of original Tribe of Dan Draco-Oion bloodline, to learn Arab kabbalism (The Templi Domini, near 32nd meridian, the first temple of Solomon and David was destroyed by Babylonians, 2nd temple of Zerubbabel destroyed by the Romans, the 3rd temple will be built at the arrival of a Messiah) and sacred geometry. The Islamic equivalent of the Templars are the Hashishim or 'Assassins'.
1119 Hugues de Payens (from Champagne), founds Order of Solomon's Temple with Fulk Count of Anjou (father of Geoffrey Plantagenet, rose symbol) and Bernard de Clairvaux, with Al Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem as their headquarters. Their task is to protect the pilgrims on their way to Jerusalem, to establish a global monarchy for their god Lucifer (Venus the rose) Apollyon of the Book of Revelation 911 (Revelation 9 describes an army of the East). The outer temple is Christian, inner temple is Luciferian, worship of the horned god Saturn.
The Earl of Derby and Warwick give land in Essex and Oxford; William de Ferrers (Tutbury), William Marshall.
1129 Council of Troyes (Troy Turkey, the Nesilim) The order becomes a knighthood with white robes like the Cistercians (Bernardines with Piazza del Tempio di Diana in Rome as hq) with  spiritual practices like prayers, fasting, no contact with women. 2nd grand master Robert Craon de Bourgondier, son-in-law, Anselm bishop of Canterbury 3rd grand master Everard de Barre.
2nd crusade. Templars use the sun cross of the druids, which represents the world axis of 23 degrees. 8 pointed cross represents mother goddess Isis/Ishtar. The red cross was used by the Aryans and in the Italian wars by the Guelph dynasty fighting the Ghibelines (white cross red background), as a symbol of martyrdom and blood sacrifice.
1132 De Clairvaux's disciple Joachim de Fiore visits Jerusalem and Syria.
Louis VII is married to Eleanor of Aquitaine. Philip of Naples joins the Templars.
1177 Saladin, friend of Baldwin (Holy War as sacrifice to God-Allah saturn) fights against the Nourredin, victory over the Saladin Ayyubid dynasty (army from the East from Book of Revelation, new Jerusalem, temple of Solomon). The Templar order is based on strict hierarchy and obedience to the authority of Master of the Temple, Grandmaster, Grand Prior. 3 ranks: knight with white robe, red cross, sergeant (blacksmith) and chaplain (priests). Templars serve as first baron in parliament.

1185 They build the Temple Church in Clerkenwell London UK, with circle and rectangle floor plan (the compass and square symbol of freemasonry) 4 inns (inner temple, middle temple) and are close to the English monarchy of Richard Lionheart (sells Cyprus to them, which temporarily becomes their base), who was continuously in debt to Templars. The British crown jewels are kept in their temple. They serve as tax collectors for the pope and royal family, punish fraud with imprisonment.
Frederick Barbarossa is loyal to the Knights Hospitalier.
The Templars are an army of the church of 20,000 men to fight holy war on crusades but 90% are not knight but specialized in banking. The order works as a multinational, buys large tracts of land, builds large cathedrals with knowledge of sacred geometry (rose pattern in Chartres cathedral). The soldiers take an oath of poverty, hide behind an image of charity but own at least 70 properties, hundreds of villages and churches and have their own fleet. The main advantages of their capitalist system is remote payment with a check system, letters of credit with their own coding. The system of lending properties during the crusades leads to the right of trust.

1187 Saladin recaptures Jerusalem.
Bernard De Tramelay is murdered, the Blanquefort is taken prisoner.
Members: Alfonso I of Portugal, Geoffroi de Charnay, Hugues de Lionne, William Marshal of Pembroke, André de Montbard, Fulk king of Jerusalem, Robert de Craon, Everard des Barres, Gualdim de Pais, Thibaud Godin, Robert de Sablé, Renaud de Vichiers, Hugh de Paduinan, Guillaume de Beaujeu, Thomas Bérard, Gerard de Ridefort, William des Ferrers (earl of Derby), Gilbert de Lacy, Hughes de Pairaud, Godfrey de st Omer, Bertrand de Blanchefort, Gilbert Horal, Richard de Bures, Gerhard von Malberg, Guillaume des Chartres, William de Middleton.

1194 building of Cathedral of Chartres with rose pattern (based on knowledge of sacred geometry).
1206 Dominico de Guzmàn, agent of the House of Castile, founds the Dominican Order.
1209 crusade of Pope Innocent III dei Conti di Segni against the Luciferian gnostic Cathars in Languedoc (also worshippers of John the Baptist, sodomites). Some Templars give shelter to the Cathars (Bertrand de Blanchefort was from a Cathar family).
Legends of Perceval son of the widow, Montsegur of the Cathars as the holy  grail castle Montsalvat, Galvoi Galloway in Scotland, Caerlaverock castle of Maxwells (neolithic sites Cairnholy, close to Annan Bruce family), grail story of Philippe d'Alsace, count of Flanders (families Cameron, Douglas, Graham).
1216 cooperation with the Dominicans to fight heresy, study of the memory art of the Romans, calculation theory.
They act in rivalry with Order of St John, which emerged in 1099, had their headquarters in Jerusalem, Rhodes, Malta, and St Petersburg Russia (white cross) and with Teutonic knights of Prussia.
1229 Frederick II Hohenstaufen conquers Jerusalem without the Templars.
building of the Notre Dame in Paris with rose windows.
1260 Chartres cathedral is reopened under Louis IX with depictions of Mary.
1291 after the Fall of Acre, the Templars lost their function as knights, not as banker. The Knights Hospitalier build a base in Malta, become the Knights of Malta.
1298 After the death of Alexander III and the invasion of Edward who brings the Stone of Destiny to London, William Wallace and the Templars help English king defeat the Scots at battle of Falkirk.
Templars want their own city in Languedoc. Franciscan Ramon Lull (computation theory) designs a plan to unite Templars and Order of St John in one order. Foulques de Villare, master of the Order of St. John, would lead the order, both headquartered in Cyprus.
1307 Friday Oct 13, they are trialed by Philip IV of France (Capetian dynasty, son of Isabelle Varagon, in debt and not admitted to Templars) accused of worshiping the head of John the Baptist.
1312 on March 22 (322) the order is abolished by Pope Clement V (Bertrand de Goth pawn of Philip, also the Pope under Avignon papacy, the Babylonian captivity of 7 popes, 7 years to regroup).
All belongings of the Templars are transferred to Knights Hospitalier of St John (Ghibeline white cross, base on Rhodes) and the Dominicans
Philip did not find the riches he had hoped for. Templars were forewarned and performed a disappearing trick, moved to Switzerland (founded 12 years earlier, flag white cross on red background). The trial was a  shock for the French, left a superstition around Friday 13th.
The Templars worshipped the head of John the Baptist, a remnant of the Scottish cult of head like Bran the Blessed (belief that soul housed in the head therefore the head of foe had to be cut off), resurrected as phoenix (in modern times, the James Holmes Phoenix ritual).
1310 Knights Hospitalier headquarters in Rhodes.
1314 March burning of Jacques de Molay at the cathedral of Montmartre.

In masonic death-resurrection rituals, Jacques de Molay takes the role of Osiris/Hiram Abiff, who must be resurrected. De Molay signed documents Magister Templi, Master of the Temple (= Baphomet) of Solomon (Philips the good, Clement V and Knights of st Jan as the 3 murders of Hiram Abiff Jubelo, Jubela and Jubelum).
June 24 (day of St John the Baptist) at the Battle of Bannockburn, Robert the Bruce of the House of Bruce (Scotta bloodline, self excommunicated, considered the abolition of Templars not valid, friend of Philip IV) is helped by the Templars (near Edinburgh and Rosslyn holy bloodline monument Kilmartin Loch Awe). St Andrew and St George cross male- female cardinal and ecliptic cross= the British Union Jack, Maltese Cross.
1317 Order of Mantesa
1319 Military Order of Christ Portugal Denis married Elizabeth of Arragon, negotiates with pope John XXII (Avignon).
1329 Bruce dies, legends of how he wished to have his heart buried in Jerusalem; grandson Robert II on the way battle against the Moors, throwing his heart against enemy (braveheart), William Keith buried it in Melrose Abbey Northumberland (Mons Dolorus, Matthew Festing Order of Malta), according to legend in a coffin with crossed bones (Osiris Hiram).
In Germany the Templars survive as Order of St John or Teutonic Knights, in Spain Order of Mantesa for fleeing templars, in Portugal their name changed to Knights of Christ. Columbus married  Filipa Perestrelo daughter of grand master Order of St James. English Templars were held in the Tower of London, and the castles of York, Lincoln and Canterbury.
The Temple Church becomes the City of London. 
1337 Hundred Years' War between England and France.
1348 Order of the Garter Edward III.
1381 Peasant Uprising in England, property damage of the Knights Hospitalier, led by Watt Tyler (title in freemasonry), Bardi fortune in hands of the de Medici's.
1420 Hendrik the Navigator is grand master of the Military Order of Christ, the Portuguese successors of templars, with headquarters in Tomar. They serve as soldiers in the Portuguese imperialist agenda.
siege of Orléans with René of Anjou (descendant of King Fulk), Duke of Lorraine and Joan of Arc (channeling messages of Michael).
1430 Philips the Good founds the Order of the Golden Fleece.

1469 Louis XI Order of st Michael.
Scottish masons guard the Montgomery, Sinclairs  and Stuart bloodlines (gypsies Robin Hood). At Rosslyn Chapel the green man Arthur- Osiris Hiram is depicted with skull and crossbones.

1485 Thomas Aquino claims heretics may be murdered, and there is no redemption without shedding their blood.

1492 Ferdinand II (Order of the Golden Fleece) issues the Alhambra Decree, forcing jews to convert to Christianity or leave Spain, leading to the phenomenon of marrano's (crypto-jews, families like the Aboab family, De Castro, Abravanel, Henriques, Lamago, De Leon, Curiel, ..), migrating to countries like Holland.

1498 Vasco di Gama (Order of Christ) travels to India, boost of the Portuguese Empire.

The King of Spain (Borgia family) revives the order as the Order of the Jesuits with marrano jews.

The rebuilding of the Temple of Solomon in Jerusalem becomes an important concept in rituals of freemasonry.

1854 Eliphas Lévi popularises the Baphomet figure.

1863 founding of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Switzerland, in alliance with the Bonaparte's.

1894 Cistercan monk Jorg Lanz von Liebenfels, a student of Guido von Liszt (rune-magic), begins developing his theories of Aryans as God Men (similar to theories of Mormon Church founder Joseph Smith) with electrical powers in their pineal gland. Von Liszt was also supported by Theosophist Rudolph John Gorsleben, who founded the Edda Society with the wife of Erich Ludendorff.

1901 von Liebenfels founds the Order of the New Templars with swastika symbol.

1905 von Liebenfels's magazine Ostara (=Babylonian goddess Ishtar, Egyptian goddess Isis associated with Sirius).

1917 the British conquer Jerusalem from the Ottomans, promise Israel to the Rothschilds.

1960s NASA moon landing ritual with members of Order of DeMolay.

Templars in popular culture

The quest for Templars in popular entertainment, the quest for the Grail is an inner quest, the Fool's journey. Star Wars Jedi (djedd eye) Knights, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, The Minion (1998), National Treasure (2001), Revelation (2001), Christophe Gans' horror movie, Brotherhood of the Wolf (2001), Ridley Scott's Kingdom of Heaven (2005) during Iraq War, The Da Vinci Code (2006), Assassin's Creed, Resident Evil (Umbrella Corporation with Templar cross, Milla Jovovich played Joan of Arc), ...

Misleading books on the Templars

Charles Addison the History of the Knight Templars 1842
Malcolm Barber 'Trial of the Templars' 1993
Malcolm Barber 'The New Knighthood: A History of the Order of the Temple', Cambridge University Press 1994,
Sean Martin 'the Knights Templar'
Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh 'the Temple and the Lodge' (freemasons as an innocent club)
Laurence Gardner promoted by Harmsworth tabloid press
Ernesto Frers 'the Templar pirates'
Michael Haag 'Templars history and myth'
Susie Hodge 'Secrets of the Knights Templar'
Sanford Holst 'Sworn in secret: freemasonry and Knights Templar'
Dan Jones 'the Templars rise and fall'
Otto Rahn 'Crusade against the grail'
James Wasserman (OTO member) 'The Templars and the Assassins'
Thomas Kneightly, James Wasserman 'Secret societies of the Middle Ages: the Assassins, the Templars & the Secret Tribunals of Westphalia'

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