The legacy of the Templars lives on…


On this day in History, 13th October 1307 ,King Phillip of France ordered the arrest of Jacques de Molay, the Grand Master of the Knights Templar and other influential Templar Knights. The arrest warrant started with the phrase, “God is not pleased; we have enemies of the faith in the kingdom”. By November 22nd, 1307, Pope Clement issued the papal bull Pastoralis Praeeminentiae, finally dissolving the order, as Templar Knights were dragged from their beds and tortured under inquisition. But the persecution of the Knights Templar spread the order far and wide, as many influential members escaped. One possible location to which the Templars escaped was Scotland, where they would later help the rebel Scottish leader, Robert the Bruce, defeat the English at the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314. What is clear from a study of the symbols and initiation rites of secret societies throughout History, is that the legacy of the Templars and their esoteric agenda lives on.<a


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