№ 64. Knights Templar

PAGE STATUS: This page is headed places that will make the rest of my work look tame. 
LAST UPDATE: September 30, 2020 to add research note

 

Founding of the Knights Templar in 1118 AD


Wikipedia says, “The Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon, also known as the Order of Solomon’s Temple, the Knights Templar or simply the Templars, were a Catholic military order founded in 1119…”  But I know that year is wrong, so let’s look at some other authorities on the subject.

Around 1118, a French knight named Hugues de Payens created a military order along with eight relatives and acquaintances, calling it the Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and the Temple of Solomon—later known simply as the Knights Templar.

                                  —Knights Templar, history.com Editors

And from The Order of the Temple of Solomon website

The legendary “Knights Templar” Order was first established in 1118 AD by nine French knights

Founding Origins of the Knights Templar

Let me tell you something about sacred numbers and the significance of the number nine. 900 years before September 23, 2017 and what they thought then (before the Tomorrowland “course correction”) would be the novus ordo seclorum, nine men founded the “Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and the Temple of Solomon” to recover the Jewish treasure buried in the Temple Mount in 70 AD, which marked the reentry of the progeny of Jove into Europe after centuries of being headquartered in South America. This is exactly the same as the publishing of the King James Bible in 1611, 400 years before 2012. These men are looking down the road.  If you think this is a coincidence or “confirmation bias,” I will gladly be your madman. And regarding their “Poor Fellows” name, if you ever lose sight of the fact that the progeny of Jove have a sense of humor you will lose track of them. You see this same sense of humor in the design of the Seal of the U.S. Department of the Interior some 730 years later. Their sense of humor reflects their fearlessness throughout history and is best thought of as an identifying tattoo.

In 70 AD, the Legio X Equestris buried the wealth of Israel underneath their encampment which is today called the “Temple” Mount.

1 Kings 10:14
Now the weight of gold that came to Solomon in one year was six hundred threescore and six talents of gold

a Babylonian talent was 30.3 kilograms (67 lb).[3] Ancient Israel, and other Levantine countries, adopted the Babylonian talent, but later revised the mass  —Wikipedia, Talent (measurement)

If a talent is 67 pounds, “six hundred threescore and six talents” is (666 x 67 =) 44,622 pounds or 713,952 ounces of gold each year. At today’s price of gold (January 10, 2019) of $1,296.85 per ounce, that is $925,888,651.2 or just under a billion dollars of gold each year.

The Knights Templar in the United States of America in 1362


Here I want to start with an astounding fact that no one who discusses this subject ever mentions.

…the Templar’s fleet was never found2

Here is page 83, which is the first page of Chapter 6, “The Templars’ Flight to Scotland,” from Knights Templar and Scotland by Robert Ferguson.

This is an astounding fact, so let me put the relevant text in front of you again.

Let’s check that footnote for authenticity.

Here is the bottom of page 8 from The Temple and the Lodge: The Strange and Fascinating History of the Knights Templar and the Freemasons by Michael Baigent and Richard Leigh.

These are the two authors who sued Dan Brown over The Da Vinci Code plot.

Dan Brown lawsuit
Some of the ideas presented in Baigent’s earlier book Holy Blood, Holy Grail, were incorporated in the bestselling American novel The Da Vinci Code, by Dan Brown.

In The Da Vinci Code, Dan Brown named the primary antagonist, a British Royal Historian, Knight of the Realm and Grail scholar, Sir Leigh Teabing, KBE, also known as the Teacher, in homage to the authors of Holy Blood, Holy Grail. The name combines Richard Leigh’s surname with ‘Teabing’, an anagram of Baigent.

In March 2006, Baigent and Leigh filed a lawsuit in a British court against Brown’s publisher, Random House, claiming copyright infringement.

Concurrent with the plagiarism trial, Baigent released a new book, The Jesus Papers, amid criticism[by whom?] that it was just a reworking of themes from Holy Blood, Holy Grail, and timed to capitalize on the marketing hype around the release of the movie The Da Vinci Code, as well as the attention brought by the trial. In the postscript to the book (p. 355), Baigent points out that the release date had been set by Harper Collins long before.

On 7 April 2006, High Court judge Peter Smith rejected the copyright-infringement claim by Michael Baigent and Richard Leigh, and Dan Brown won the court case. On 28 March 2007, Baigent and Leigh lost their appeal against this decision and were faced with legal bills of about 3 million pounds.

It is difficult for me not to notice that 1362 is precisely 130 years before Columbus sailed in 1492. The emphasis is on 13. This “Holy Grail in America” from the A.B. Hay YouTube channel makes a compelling argument that the Knights Templar were in the United States of America in 1362. This does not surprise me in the least. I am confident that the Pythagoreans discovered the granite batholith in Denver, Colorado over 2,000 years ago sometime after they began to leave Rome and established a new base of operations in South America. The entire focus of this page is that the Americas were a secret hideout for the progeny of Jove for thousands of years, from where they “conducted” European history. They most certainly were the force behind the Incas, which explains why the “Royals” disappeared before the Spanish arrived. They were not killed. They simply returned to Europe before sending Columbus and the Jesuits (themselves) to destroy any trace of their existence in the “New” World as well as erase all documentation for the Maya Long Count calendar.

Holy Grail in America from the A.B. Hay YouTube Channel

 

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Research Notes


Need to read and study ASL. Secrecy, A Poem by Thomas Power

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