Thursday, April 24, 2008

A new Dawning of Exploration and timelessness of the Templars:

Most people believe the Knights Templar, came into existence in 1118 AD, a date I have not conformed to in years.

When you look at the Templars and what was accomplished in secret during their 9 years of holding up in the stables of Solomon and the recorded fact that no new members were added during this time it makes you wonder how they ever expected to protect those Christians traveling the dangerous roads of the Holy Lands.

I do not believe they did, oh they may have attacked some smaller Saracen raiding parties just for show but they were there to dig up certain relics buried there by the much older Templar knights of 68-70AD and the sacking and burning of the second temple.

When the Grand Master of the Inner circle, Flavious Josephus ordered the Grand Master of the Temple Knights to defend the 2nd Temple at all costs a man called Simon who was assigned the duty of protecting Josephus and like all Grand Masters of the Templar Knights was little known outside of his select people.

Years after, in the Bar Kochba (in 132 AD) Revolt there stood I believe more Templars dedicated not only to protecting the relics of the past but of Christ also and with the additional duty sworn to protect Jerusalem as always with Bar Kochba as the Templar Grand Master.

Bar Kochba and his “Knights” almost succeeded in defeating the most powerful Army of the time, the soldiers of Rome and yet just like their brethrens of the future, they failed do to their pride and arrogance in Deut. 8:17 it states that Bar Kochba and his followers adopted the attitude of

"By my strength and my valor I did this."

And this cost them the war and for many their very lives not to mention they failed in their assigned duty to protect Jerusalem at all costs. The City of Jerusalem fell on the Jewish calendar date of the 9th of Av in the year 135 AD, the same date as both the 1st and the 2nd Temple of Solomon fell…

The Templars of, James the Brother and of Saint Peter the Rock:

At this point I am probably going to infuriate many of the modern day Templar knights when I say that the original Templars were not Christians like the Christians of today but in fact were Jewish in their beliefs and only Christians as in Judeo – Christians, with no beliefs that Christ was born by any means other that by sex of a married man and a woman and that Jesus was not divine, in other words they were Nazorens just like Jesus and his brother James

After the crucifixion of his brother Jesus James assumed the position of head of the “Council of Twelve” which consisted of 12 direct members and made up of the original living apostles of Christ and select others (Mary Magdalene) to total 12 with Christ/James as the 13th and leader.

This position of “Leader” of the Council or the 13th member is one of special note I feel as the number 13 has for centuries be considered a “bad” number, it is considered to have originated with the fall of the Templars in the 14th century on October 13, 1307, but I think it really began with the 13th member of the “Council of Twelve” and the disturbing fact that the 13th member according to available records has never died a natural death, in fact anything but. Christ was crucified; James was stoned and thrown from the portal 70 feet to his death and Peter was crucified upside down on the hills in Rome.

It is with this group, the Council of 12, that I believe that the Templar Knights received their “official” calling and the duties we once again assigned, however I do not believe that this point in time was the Templars original starting point and that point was in the year 1450BC by Moses during the Exodus and the construction of the Ark of the Covenant.

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