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Knights Templars

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  • Their real defenders were two bodies of soldiers, known as the Knights Templars and the Knights of St. John, who were bound, like monks, to vows of celibacy, so that they might always be free to defend Jerusalem.

    A Student's History of England, v. 1 (of 3) From the earliest times to the Death of King Edward VII

  • The Knights Templars are an off shot of La Familia, a crime organization which controls much of violence-wracked Michoacan state.

    At Least 40 Killed in Mexico in 24 Hours

  • He sold the island twice, first to the Knights Templars, who failed to pay him.

    Gold of Kings

  • Interestingly, several ships sailed to the Americas, where buildings and graves can be found identifying them as Knights Templars – they had access to copies of the same maps as Christopher Columbus used in his quest, years later

    [sonus] understanding issues: part I

  • He sold the island twice, first to the Knights Templars, who failed to pay him.

    Gold of Kings

  • It is not possible within the scope of this book to identify and define each branch of Gnosticism that has existed over the centuries, but the following teaching of the Bogomils will give us an idea of what beliefs the Knights Templars embraced before passing them on to Freemasonry.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • It is not possible within the scope of this book to identify and define each branch of Gnosticism that has existed over the centuries, but the following teaching of the Bogomils will give us an idea of what beliefs the Knights Templars embraced before passing them on to Freemasonry.

    [gnosis] gnosticism, gnostics

  • There are theories on the Knights Templars and other groups who came to these shores long before Columbus.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Christopher Columbus — Hero or Villain?

  • He sold the island twice, first to the Knights Templars, who failed to pay him.

    Gold of Kings

  • Montecuculi to that of the Knights Templars, we shall see a series of the most atrocious punishments, founded upon the most frivolous presumptions.

    A Philosophical Dictionary

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