The origins of the Templars
The primacy of the Pope of Rome over the Pope of Constantinople
The papacy, especially the popes who were not from the Benedictine movement, had a different reason for joining this enterprise: if they managed to lead the reconquest of the holy places and that of Jerusalem, then the pope of Rome would not only come to the aid of the church of Constantinople but would have the decisive argument to establish the primacy of Rome in all Christianity vis-à-vis Constantinople, of course, but also vis-à-vis the kings and emperors of Europe, mainly vis-à-vis the emperor of the Holy Roman Empire.
In 1125, Hugh of Champagne abandoned his family and possessions to return to Jerusalem as a monk under Bernard of Clairvaux. Bernard de Clairvaux, from his abbey, organized a society led by the new masters of knowledge, which was served by a militia of the best knights in Europe. Asked by the pope to preach a new crusade, he disregarded the issue and favored the social and economic development of his European organization. The much sought-after knowledge had been brought back from the Holy Land and was sufficient to enlighten Europe with a new day.
The social and economic development of the Order of the Temple
The wars for the possession of Jerusalem no longer had any interest in the Benedictine order except for the interest of sending the feudal kings and lords who were ruining there, which accelerated the development of the network organization of the Templars in Europe. His reason for living and dying was to keep the sword under the custody of the sacred one again, this sacred one supplemented by elements of knowledge returning from Jerusalem and finding their sources in the sacred knowledge of Egypt.
The mission of the Order of the Temple to develop Christian culture in Europe is outlined in its sign.
The choice of the cross hatched as a sign of chivalry by the Templars traces the founding mission of this movement:
from the four cardinal points and the peoples who live there, blend cultures through the complementarity of the two sources of spiritual and intellectual knowledge.
This work began in Cluny with the marriage of past traditions of:
- Hebrew branch with Moses, David, Solomon;
- Greek branch with Pythagorean, Platonic knowledge;
- Muslim branch present especially in Spain, the first three branches that Benedict of Nursia worked on at Mount Cassin since the year 500;
- Celtic branch then brought by the Christian druids with Pelage, Patrick, Colomban then later Malachie and which became the fourth branch.
These 4 branches mark the interconnection of the four circles, the four cultures from which the new medieval European culture was developed.
The choice of Arabic numerals for geometry and architecture calculations is the best known point of this marriage of cultures worked at Cluny but it is far from the only one.
The Knights Templar Cross was the origin of the “Marque de Cain”. This symbol was created more than 5,000 years ago in the ancient Sumerian era and was used by the faithful to the One God of the “Lord” until they arrived, guided by Moses, in Palestine after leaving Egypt. The Cain Mark is symbolized by a Red Cross surrounded by a Circle.
In ancient Sumer, those who bore the “Mark of Cain” showed that they were protected by the “Lord” from the “wrath” of “Jehovah.” This cross symbolized that they had left the spiritual path in the life of taking from others and had embraced the way of giving to others.
The symbol of the cross in a circle is very old and has played an important role in the history of humanity. This symbol can be found in many cultures and in many places around the world. From the Rose Cross to the Sacred Hoop of the Native Americans, from the Celtic Cross to the symbol of some tribes in Burkina Faso and Ghana in West Africa.
In the early 12th century, the first Templars rediscovered the Truths of Jesus with the Ark of the Covenant. There they found an abundance of spiritual information and techniques far from being limited to the Activations of the Body of Light and the “True Cross of Christianity”. It was therefore no surprise that the Knights Templar received from Pope Eugene III in 1146 the “Mark of Cain” as a symbol of their knighthood. In the Red Cross symbol of the Templars, the circle was abandoned and the representation stylized to show the “pattée cross” which contains many geometric properties and esoteric secrets.
Louis Charpentier in his book “Les mystères templiers” already mentioned earlier, indicates that the templier cross which is found on the arms of the Grand-Masters, on the seals, although malformed and which was probably “the shoulder cross”, is a cross derived from the Celtic cross, geometrically composed of curved lines – sometimes treated at sharp angles as on the sailing crosses of the navy on the long Portuguese course, pattée “en gallows”. And perhaps this is the “tangible” sign of the attachment of this “new chivalry” to the Celtic chivalrous branches. (page 102).
The event history of the Order of the Temple
The Knights Templar these strangers ,
Laurent Dailliez, Librairie Academique Perrin 1972, Librairie Jules Tallandier 1972
We use this book to present the event history of the Order of the Temple, which it describes in a clear and complete way. Then we will see the other aspects of the Templars’ history that the author does not address because they are controversial and have been hidden, forbidden by the power of the papacy of Rome and that of European leaders. We will see in particular the relations between the Templars and the North, Central and South Americas with the Andes and Tiahuanaco. For the time being, let us focus on the well-identified events of the Order of the Temple and presented in this book.
This study is based solely on Temple documents
This book uses the available documents: more than 145,000 documents and manuscripts have been collected by the author: the various texts of the Rule, one thousand seven hundred and five papal bulls, one hundred and forty-five thousand documents, ten nine manuscripts, three breviaries and one missel. “Our study is based solely on Temple documents. If we have used the published textbooks, we have not used any printed sources concerning the Trial, relying only on the originals of Paris, Florence, York, Salamanca, Medina del Campo, Lisbon, London and Cologne “.
The author questions the true aspect and function of the Temple which was above all social and economic. While at the same time examining its synarchic government, its military greatness, its international influence.
All the events from the origins to the liquidation in 1317 of the Order of the Temple are dated, explained and their chronology is clear and clear. The meetings mentioned include a list of participants.
The social and economic development of peoples is the mission of the Templars.
Pacifying Europe’s Wars
The purpose of the Templars is indeed an order of soldier monks, a European chivalrous elite, capable of pacifying wars in Europe, especially wars between the families of lords and nobles, wars of plunder and conquest of the lands of neighboring lords. This is the primary condition for the social and economic development of peoples. However, politically, the Temple has no mission to eliminate the monarchies, and even less the papacy of Rome, which consecrates kings and emperors, in accordance with the principles dating from the Council of Nicaea (320-325) and imposes the system of power in which the Roman emperor is a civilian leader but also the head of the Christian church. We will return to this in our comments.
To pacify the regions conquered by the Muslims.
This purpose extends to the regions conquered by the Muslims, whether it is the warriors from the Middle East then after the year one thousand, the Berber Muslim warriors from Morocco and the High Atlas, from the gates of the Sahara desert. The reconquest of these regions, mainly Spain, is first of all a social and economic order because the Muslim leaders behave only as warlords to plunder and mistreat the populations, to conquer new territories taken from the Christian leaders.
When these Muslim leaders developed the economy and social relations, the arts and sciences, the Templars would seek to ally themselves with them just as before the Benedictines and the Cistercians had done, especially at Cluny, to found the European culture of the time of the cathedrals with in geometry, the use of Arabic numerals for example.
Military conflicts between the Templars and the Frankish Lords in Palestine
The events recounted in this book are particularly specific on the military conflicts that have opposed the Templars and their strongholds with the frank lords who have only been in Palestine to conquer new domains, to enrich themselves and to defend their pretensions by trying to assert the power of a king of Jerusalem according to the frankly, European customs.
The popes protect the Knights Templar from the frank lords and bishops.
The popes through their bubbles did not stop protecting the Temple against the frank lords and especially against the bishops who annoyed the Templar brothers.
For example, in 1193, the Chapter of the Order elected Gilbert Erail Master in the West. He had been a Master in Spain from 1184 to 1190. A senior administrator, Gilbert Erail straightened the Order in Palestine with Robert de Sablé.
“Since its origins, the Temple had required total temporal independence. He ignored the feudal cog, paying no homage, no oath, no sworn faith, not even to the king of Jerusalem. A synarchical power, very cosmopolitan across all the emerging and ancient nationalities, the Temple sought international support, which it found with the Holy See and the encouragement of the King of England. The kings of the Iberian Peninsula did the same. Through all the acts, there appears a certain sovereignty which made the Temple and its allies a kind of League of Nations. …/… The Temple announced to the world the future round tables of discussions.
Four years after Gilbert’s election, a thirty-seven-year-old pope, Innocent III, was appointed to the throne of Saint Peter. An eminent jurist prepared to handle big business, he got along perfectly with the Master of the Temple and his successors. …/… He granted the most important privilege. He forbade anyone to excommunicate or ban a member of the Order of the Temple.”
Conflicts over the use of money deposited in the Order’s treasury.
Conflicts between the clergy, the bishops and the Templars centered on the use of money deposited in the Order’s treasury.
pages 186 and 187:
“The bishops saw money slipping away from them and they tried to cause trouble for the brothers. The Pope fought back again in favor of the temple…/… The Temple became, as a result of Innocent III, a spiritual regime seeking self-sufficiency; For while he enjoyed the protection of the Holy See, he never accepted its guardianship. From a synarchical system in its government, the Temple was a spiritual and temporal autarky. “
The Templars and the Conquest of the Nile
But autarky could survive in the Middle East only by seeking alliances and compromises with the various rulers and lords who, in order to defend their domains, were quarreling while the Muslim armies of the Middle East and Egypt were waiting for the right moment to attack.
In 1218, the conquest of the Nile began and on 5 November 1219 Damiette was taken. Islam did not accept this loss, and in the town of Damietta the Franks were divided into two clans: supporters of the king and the barons, those of the legate, bishops and military orders. The legate appointed by the Pope knew nothing about the art of war and the topography of the place. He wanted to walk on Cairo. Jean de Brienne opposed it. The legate forbade the king’s troops. Pope Honorius III supported his legate. The disputes between the frank chiefs proved the legate right. Meanwhile, the Sultan of Egypt appealed to his brothers from Syria and Mesopotamia for help. The Muslims ransacked the Coptic and Christian churches, and the Patriarch of Alexandria was put in prison. The Master of the Temple is worried, the strategy of the Temple is not followed. Moreover, the German emperor, Frederick II, still did not arrive…
Here we stop the narration of these events. They are sufficient to show the ambivalence of the Knights Templar and Teutonic orders in these infighting between frank lords, European kings and emperors, clergy and bishops. On the other hand, the economic and social development of the time of the cathedrals is undeniable and eloquent but with a serious handicap.
Conflicts in France between the Templars and the Church.
On page 257 and following:
“If the public accepted the Templars as true monks, the Church was hostile to them because of their role as bankers and managers of the royal treasury. …/… The antipathy towards the Temple manifested itself especially when the dignitaries of Paris became true technocrats, the administrative domain taking precedence over the military function.
The Order was bogged down in its own fault, which gave rise to the project of union with the Hospital. Already the Council of Lyon in 1274 had this intention. This goal was part of the Church’s reform program. …/… the Order was going through a second crisis, the most crucial one, that of “reconversion”.
Once again, he had no man up to the task. The first time, in 1184, he gave himself to a madman in the person of Gérard de Rideford. In 1292, for the most important crisis, the Templars indulged in a mediocre. (ndrl: Jacques de Molay, loose and narrow, even in the smallest things). He died a martyr, but for nearly fifteen years, irresolution marked all the acts of his mastery and he practically condemned the Order himself. “
end of document.
In fact, the desired reform of the Church in the 1270s could not succeed. We know the cause: the will of the king of France, Philip the Fair, to eliminate the power of the Temple, financial power of the Templars and mortal royal debt.
Medieval flourishing period
This situation was only the logical culmination of the medieval flourishing period: 90% of the soil of France with its land wealth, its crops, its mines and forges, were managed by the free cities and the Benedictine and Cistercian abbeys according to the common property and common property. The king owned only 10% of the land. The common ownership of the medieval riches caused the enormous indebtedness of the kingdom to maintain a royal lifestyle to the size of the riches of abbeys and knights’ orders, free and common cities managed in direct local participatory democracy. Not to mention the gold and silver brought by the Templar fleet from Mexico and the Andes. The solution became simple for the Order of the Temple : use the monarchy’s high debt to remove it from the European political landscape altogether.
Reinert in his book that we have already used “How the rich countries became rich, why the poor countries remain poor”, speaks of the thirteenth century through the free cities of northern Italy, those cities that will become city states in the Renaissance before being distanced by the states that will industrialize as first England.
He doesn’t talk about France in the 13th century organized by the Benedictine monastic orders and the Knights of the Temple. Yet the same economic mechanisms have been used to create wealth, develop free cities, create exchanges between towns and countryside, develop the common good managed through a participatory local democracy based on the principle of subsidiarity, the alliance of opposites, common property….
The time of cathedrals
From the development of France during this period, we know the most spectacular results and still visible today. In one century, from 1170 to 1320, 80 cathedrals and almost 500 abbeys were built in France alone. These buildings represent more masonry, earthworks and stone-cutting than anything that ancient Egypt has achieved in this field in five thousand years, including the construction of the pyramids.
The success of these enterprises was due to the network of economic and social organization which devolved energies and initiatives under the leadership of the monastic and knights orders.
The marriage of cultures developed since Cluny, Cîteaux and then Clairvaux gave birth to the Europe of the times of cathedrals, free cities, leagues, confederations, in short, to a Europe of peoples organized into local networks of life. The Templars never participated in the various crusades, it was up to the Frankish kings and lords to go there, they stayed in Europe to take care of the life of the people, teach them to live together in peace and prosperity, they were first of all monks and led the other group of monks soldiers, that of the military Templars and Teutonics.
The Île de France was full as an egg
As we have said, according to the chronicler of that time, Jean Froissart, around 1300 the region of L’Île de France was full as an egg and this important demographic level at that time would not be reached until around 1850, five centuries later.
We will see below the disasters and calamities that struck France as soon as the Order of the Temple was destroyed on Friday, October 13, 1307 by Philip the Fair, king ruined and dedicated to the elimination of the monarchy on the soil of France by the power of the Benedictine and Templar orders that managed the common goods at the service of the populations in full demographic growth.
The Forbidden History of the Templars
The story reported by Laurent Dailliez in his book The Templars of the Unknown, evokes through its title that the Roman papacy, as well as the French monarchy and the other leaders of the European monarchies, all had an interest in bringing this medieval period of cathedral times, governed militarily, economically and socially by the military orders set up by the Benedictines, to a close of memory: the Knights Templar and the Teutonic Knights.
The leaders of the systems of power have understood that this success of a network organization which develops the common goods and manages itself through the communal assemblies, must be forbidden and above all must not be taught in order to be able to start again one day and eliminate them from the political power.
We mentioned above that the Viking fleet of Normandy had conquered Sicily to prepare the expedition to Palestine and the reconquest of the Holy Places of Christianity in order to find a missing knowledge for the monks of Cluny, Cîteaux and Clairvaux: the Tables of the Act.
Here we are facing the two sources of the Templars’ radiation and the time of the cathedrals:
- the source of the preserved knowledge of the temples on the banks of the Nile and present in the temple of Solomon in Jerusalem on the one hand and on the other hand
- the riches brought by the maritime trade of the Vikings with the American continent, especially gold and especially silver, without forgetting the knowledge of the Andean civilization and the Tiahuanaco region that the Templar fleet will bring back to France.
The Templars and Benedictines will find the relationship between the mystery of the Andes and the mysteries celebrated in Denderah and in the other temples on the banks of the Nile as well as later in the cave of Eleusis near Athens. Of course, this knowledge about the origin of humanity and Life on our planet will be at odds with the Bible narrative. The Roman papacy will cling with the ferocity of despair to defend its Bible and its court of the Inquisition with its pyres will sow terror in Europe so that the peoples will not discover the imposture of the dogmas established by Rome and especially the much more humanistic knowledge of the flourishing civilizations of the Andes and of ancient Egypt of the first empires, that of the survivors of the last great cataclysm.
Denderah’s preserved knowledge contradicts the dogmas of the Roman papacy.
Our novel on fileane.com, “From Eleusis to Dendérah the Forbidden Evolution” presents in detail this initiatory knowledge taught in the oldest temple on the banks of the Nile.
Albert Slosman deciphered hieroglyphics with a more accurate translation method and with the help of CNRS computers.
Today we know much better the temples of the banks of the Nile and in particular the temple of Dendérah, thanks in particular to the work of Albert Slosman who deciphered the hieroglyphs with a more accurate method of translation and the help of the CNRS computers since the 1960s.
He explained what the Ark of the Covenant of Moses was, the Tables of Law, and began to write his major work, the Great Hypothesis, to tell the story of monotheism.
This story, its discovery and the additional knowledge it presents were certainly “the missing link” that the Benedictines and the Templars needed to assemble the foundations of their culture.
Rediscovering the links between the Nile and the Andes brings us back to the same origin of the human species, to a dimension of life on Earth calibrated by life outside our universe, which initiates to life after human life were able to perceive briefly. This highest initiatory knowledge is necessary and indispensable for those who want to develop a new civilization more human, peaceful and solidarity.
We need to know where we’re going, know the end of the road, the end of the human end of the road, and who is able to lead us there. For the Benedictines and the Templars, this knowledge accessible through Moses and Solomon was indispensable to establish a clear and unequivocal position with regard to the abstruse dogmas of the Roman papacy and with regard to barbarism and ignorance, including that of the rulers of monarchical power systems.
The Fathers of the Desert, Anthony, John, Pacomius, preserved the knowledge and rites of the Egyptian priests and they arrived in the year 500 at Mount Cassin with Bernard of Nursia and his first group of Benedictine monks.
The highest initiation obtained in Dendérah
transformed the postulant into a son of God who has the power to speak about the mystery of Revelation. It also had the power to use the powers of the higher world and those of the double world. Among these initiates, the pharaoh and the high priest had a special political status to exercise the powers of leadership of the people from the colony of the Atlantean survivors of the last great cataclysm.
In the previous chapter, we indicated that the Benedictine monks knew the story of these survivors from Isis, Osiris, Horus…. What remains to be established in this unknown history of the Templars is whether or not to use the initiatory practices of the temple of Dendérah, this technique of decorations that we speak of in the account of our second decorations at the age of 17.
Access to knowledge buried under the sand that covered the temples of Egypt was inaccessible to the first group of Templars who came to Jerusalem.
The Roman papacy wanted to control the conquest of Egypt by the Frankish army and the Templars.
We have just seen that the conquest of Egypt by the Frankish army and the capture of Damietta were slowed down if not compromised by the conflict between the Pope’s legate and the Frankish military chiefs. The Roman papacy, on the river that has been living since the year 500 and the foundation of the Benedictines at Mount Cassin, then by the work carried out at Cluny for the marriage of ancient cultures and the foundation of European Christian culture and now on the defensive before the political, military, economic and social power of the Military Orders Templars and Teutonics, this Roman papacy intended to rule everything, control in this conquest of the banks of the Nile. We know the disaster that followed for the French army.
The solution was to follow the path of Moses and Solomon, who had also preserved this knowledge and the practice of these rules of living in networks capable of founding a flourishing civilization. These missing pieces of knowledge were in the Temple of Jerusalem, at least hidden and buried beneath the ruins of the temple destroyed by the Roman legions after the last Jewish revolt associated with the original Christian community. In short, it was not the complete teaching of Divine Laws and Heavenly Mathematics in the Double House of Life of the Temple of Denderah but there were the Tables of Law.
Arguments of the Templar Trial
During the Knights Templar trial, the accusation was based on the practice of religious rites contrary to the Bible and the dogmas of the papacy. Of course, the court did not specify the nature of this religious knowledge from the Egyptian temples because it was unaware of this knowledge forbidden in Rome. This leads to complicated and fuzzy arguments, lies and hypocrisy. The terror of the Inquisition made it impossible for any opposition to come forward to support the resistance of the Templars to their judges and executioners.
The most obscure point in the history of the Knights Templar monks concerns their spiritual and initiatory approach. During the trial of the Templars, they recognized certain practices which were described to us by their judges as practices of witchcraft or heretics.
Jesus or the Templar’s Secret Mortal
We mention Robert Ambelain’s thesis in his book: “Jesus or the secret mortal of the Templars”: the founders of the order found the ancient texts that recount the human life of Jesus and his role in restoring the republic of Gamala, freeing his people from Roman domination.
This historical account is, however, incomplete about the spiritual approach that was possible at that time by seeking initiation in Denderah, the only temple in Egypt from which the initiate came out with the title of son of God and the competence to speak about the mystery of Revelation.
It must be admitted that during this period, it was not easy to disentangle truth from falsehood in the dogmas of the Roman church, the part of legend borrowed from other ancient religions and the part of historical facts related to the struggle of the Jewish people against the Roman Empire and the kings of Judea set up by the power of Rome.
To be sure, the leaders of the Templar network were educated in the new Christian doctrine established in Cluny. They were familiar with the marriage of cultures between the West and the East. But they used rational knowledge that was certainly at odds with that of the church, without following a personal initiatory approach as was the case for the leaders of the organization of ancient Egypt.
The economic, social, real estate, maritime, cultural and financial achievements are exceptional, but the Order of the Temple has not restored a global knowledge and a practice of the spiritual approach that would have broken the dogmas of the Roman church.
Along with a theocratic system of power, rivaling the monarchical system of power of European kings, this compromise and lack of independence were not necessarily sustainable in the long term. At some point, you have to choose: the development of networked organizations is ruining systems of power, and we need to take this into account and anticipate the hostile reaction of the leaders of these systems of power to defeat it and eliminate these systems of power.
No hint or statement on the origin of the wealth managed by the Templars
Concerning the management of money, in this book by Laurent Dailliez, it is only a question of the Bank of the Temple which manages the deposits of merchants or nobility as well as the Royal Treasury.
The direct relationship between the Benedictines and the Templars and the Vikings of Normandy is not used either. It is obvious that the documents of the Temple will not mention these secret activities and this is for obvious reasons of security regarding the conflicts with kings and the papacy that these expeditions in Central and South America can only bring.
On the other hand, it appears that during this trial, there was no mention or statement on the origin of the wealth managed by the Templars and especially on the participation of the Templar Fleet originally Norman Viking in the development of this wealth. Could the papacy ignore this maritime trade that brought back gold and silver from the time of the cathedrals?
The continuation of relations with the civilizations of the Andes and Tiahuanaco remains a matter of insiders as was the case with the Pharaohs, the Celtic druids descended from the Hyperboreans, the Asian insiders. They all traded on this trade route that brought coca from the Andes to China and then coca and silk, spices on the banks of the Nile.
This knowledge about the origins of humanity, the last Great Cataclysm, the disappearance of Atlantis, the divine laws and the celestial mathematics taught in the oldest temple of Denderah, this knowledge goes far beyond understanding the Rule of the Order of the Temple.
It is much more logical to admit that Philip the Beautiful did not want this origin to be known and remain secret as the time of the Templars. This made it easy to convince the papacy, the bishops, and the people that this wealth had been taken from the work of all as the bankers and the rich know so well how to do. Taxed monks who make vows of poverty, greed and avarice to hold such a great fortune in the treasury of the Temple, corresponds to the non-respect of their vows, a motive which legitimizes the dissolution, the elimination of their Order and the confiscation of all their wealth.
But the Treasure of the Temple mainly contained valuable knowledge, the knowledge of the flourishing civilizations of Egypt and the Andes.
The Templars take refuge in the Andes
Moreover, when the Templars were arrested and driven out of Europe, the main group of exiles took refuge in the Andes, in Tiahuanaco and then in Mexico, participating in the development of the Inca empire…and certainly not to evangelize the indigenous populations by force as the conquistadores and missionaries in the pay of the popes did later.
This also explains why the Templars were easily captured by the mercenaries of the French king Philip the Fair on 14 September 1307, the date of the order given by Philip the Fair to stop all the Templars. The best of them, feeling the threat of the king of France who had arrived, just as they had prepared the journey to Jerusalem, prepared the journey to Tiahuanaco and the Andes.
The knowledge found in the Andes that destroys the Bible and the Roman papacy.
The most important revelation of Egyptian knowledge, as we have seen, concerns the commercial and cultural ties that Egyptian civilization maintained with China on the one hand, but especially with the Tiahuanaco Andes on the other.
The relations between the Templars and the Andes are now proven
Of course, the knowledge of the original links with the Andes is about the intervention of beings from another planet. The social group that possesses this knowledge can only give itself the mission to remake the trip to the Andes to find Tiahuanaco.
The close relations that the Benedictines had with the Normans and the Vikings were not limited to the conquest of Sicily and Great Britain.
The ports and colonies of the Viking Templar fleet on the American continent.
Archeological discoveries show the presence of a temple colony at Tiahuanaco and in this region of the Andes as well as a presence also in the Great Lakes region of North America.
The Knights Templar fleet first used the Viking Sea Route through Iceland and then the Great Lakes and New York region to pass through Mexico. A road connecting Viking trading posts was also used by the Templars across South America and the Andes.
The network organization of the Order of the Temple is also remarkable for its influence on several continents thanks to a fleet and an alliance with a marine people: the vikings. The relations between the Vikings of Normandy and those of the northern lands served as the basis for the links that were forged between these navigators and the powerful fleet of the Order of the Temple based notably at the port of La Rochelle and at Saint-Valéry-en-Caux, near Dieppe, to closely monitor all commercial traffic with England, a kingdom conquered on the plans of the Benedictine monk Lanfranc.
The trade relations established by the Templars were based on their imports of silver from South America, money worked by the Vikings of Tiahuanaco. This money was used in particular for the construction of Gothic cathedrals, whose measurements and numbers attest to the rediscovery of a science from the Egyptian high antiquity.
The links between European and American Indian civilizations:
the 3 waves of European establishments in the Americas
excerpts from the book: Templars in America, by Jacques de Maheu, the riddles of the universe, Robert Laffont, 1981
From the 4th to the 12th century: the first arrival of the irish monks belonging to the columbite order of culdees.
These monks developed the Christian knowledge brought by Syrian and Coptic monks and they did not accept the guardianship of the Church of Rome. To escape the government of the Church of Rome, they sought refuge further north and in Iceland because they preferred to flee the world. The monks were named “Dad.” In the year 877, to escape the presence of the Vikings in Iceland, about fifty monks and oblates took to the sea and we never heard about it again.
In 963, Viking Ari Marsson was thrown by the storm onto an unknown coast, that of “Huitramannaland” or “land of white men”, west of Vinland. Ari was held there and baptized. In 1007, Thorsfinn Karlsefni took prisoner, in Vinland, two Indians who, later, in Greenland, after learning Norse, told him that in the north of their country, there lived men dressed in white who, on some days, with large pieces of cloth attached to poles, went out in procession “speaking very loudly”. In 1029, during a trip from Dublin to Iceland, Viking Gudhleif Gudlangsson was deported to the southwest by a violent storm and drowned on an unknown coast where he was taken prisoner by men who spoke Irish. He had his life saved thanks to the intervention of an old man who arrived on horseback and spoke to him in Norse. It was Bjorn Asbrandsson, the hero of Breidavik, exiled in the year 999, after a love affair that ended badly. This region of Huitramannaland corresponds to Acadia, Gaspé and Nova Scotia in present-day Canada.
Columbite monks were sailors as well as religious. Very quickly from their new monasteries, they sailed south and Mexico. We know from indigenous traditions that the first arrival of whites in middle America was of religious men dressed in long white robes, known as “dads.” Their influence was extraordinary, as they succeeded not only in preaching a Christianity whose memory had still not faded five hundred years later, but also in transforming the Indian mores. However, their presence had to be brief because they did not form families.
In the year 967, Viking Ullman Jarl landed at Panuco, in the Gulf of Mexico.
This is the second arrival, the “last arrival” of white men for the Maya. Ullman disembarked 7 ships, with some 700 Vikings, men and women, from Schleswig and part of the Danish possessions of Great Britain, he reached Anahuac where he became the fifth king of the Toltec, the Quetzalcoatl warrior. After twenty years, he left a colony in Mexico, landed on the shores of present-day Venezuela, crossed South America to the Pacific.
The Vikings founded the kingdom of Quito and then ascended the high plateau.
From their capital, Tiahuanaco, on the edge of Lake Titicaca, they set out to conquer the subcontinent from the 1000s onwards. Their empire soon expanded from Bogotá, in present-day Colombia, to Valparaiso, Chile, with two trips on the Atlantic: the Amazon in the north and the Peaviru in the south, the “soft path” that, through the Sierra de l’Argent, reached Paraguay and the ocean. There were some forty thousand when, around 1290, the Araucans, who came from Chile, seized Tiahuanaco. Some of the survivors of the ensuing massacre made their way up the coast to Ecuador, where they boarded balsa rafts for Polynesia. Others took refuge in the Amazon and Paraguayan forests, where we found their descendants. Still others returned to Apurimac, in Peru proper, and some ten years later, about 1300, descended on Cusco where they founded the new empire, that of the Incas, that is, in Norse, of the Descendants.
The Vikings set foot in America in 1021, nearly 500 years before Christopher Columbus
“It was long known that the Nordic warriors had landed on the New Continent long before the Spanish. Thanks to known cosmic radiation, researchers have just dated their arrival in America exactly 1,000 years ago.”
“1492, discovery of America by Christopher Columbus. This date, which generations have learned by heart, had already been beaten by the discovery, in the twentieth century, of a Viking site of occupation of Anse aux Meadows, a bay at the extreme north of the island of Newfoundland. The year of their installation is now known, 1021, exactly 1,000 years ago, according to a Dutch study published Wednesday in the journal “Nature”.
Until now, it was known that warriors from northern Europe had been the first Europeans to land in America, long before Genoese Christopher Columbus and his Spanish companions. Only one site of occupation is currently known, thanks to the remains of eight buildings with wooden frames.
An imprecise carbon-14 estimate
The arrival of the Vikings was until now estimated around the year 1000. Carbon-14 dating from wood debris gave a range of more than 250 years, while the study of the site, as well as the semi-legendary Viking texts, the “Sagas”, suggested that the Scandinavian installation was brief and sporadic.
To clarify the date of establishment of the Vikings, isotopic chronology professor Michael Dee and archeologist Margot Kuitems used a method well known to forestry and foresters: the tree ring count. When a tree trunk is cut, concentric circles are observed, each corresponding to the growth of a year.
A cosmic event in 993
These growth rings vary according to the intensity of the seasons, but also the variations in cosmic radiation to which the Earth is permanently subjected. They produce “carbon-14 (a form that is heavier and much rarer than carbon) continuously in the upper atmosphere,” Kuitems told AFP.
This form of carbon will “enter the carbon cycle, which is absorbed by plants with photosynthesis.” So, as radiation becomes more potent, the level of carbon-14 rises in the atmosphere, and then in the growth rings of wood. A Japanese study determined with precision, using precisely aged wood, that two cosmic “events” producing an increase in carbon-14 occurred in 775 and 993.
One tree cut in spring, the other in summer
By studying three samples of the wood used by the Vikings to build their camp using a mass spectrometer, the Dutch team identified a ring with a “sharp rise” in the concentration of carbon-14. This is therefore the ring of 993. Counting the number of rings between it and the last, located just before the bark and which therefore corresponds to the last year of growth before the tree was cut, the researchers fell on the year 1021.
By studying three samples of the wood used by the Vikings to build their camp using a mass spectrometer, the Dutch team identified a ring with a “sharp rise” in the concentration of carbon-14. This is therefore the ring of 993. Counting the number of rings between it and the last, located just before the bark and which therefore corresponds to the last year of growth before the tree was cut, the researchers fell on the year 1021.
The measure worked for two pieces of wood, one of which scientists were even able to say belonged to a tree cut in the spring, and the other in the summer-autumn. The appearance of dark circles in the wood is explained by the difference in colors between spring and summer woods.
A recent measurement method
The Isotopic Research Center is at the forefront of this original method of archeological dating. He signed a first study on the subject in 2020, dating precisely an archeological structure in southern Siberia, using the cosmic event of 775. According to Margot Kuitems, there is now a “consensus” to explain these peaks of cosmic radiation by a “solar event, like a solar storm.” Another peak in the year 660 was recently confirmed, and could in turn serve as a temporal “marker,” thanks to the permanent improvement in the accuracy of mass spectrometers.
By Les Echos Published on 21 Oct 2021 at 11:50
then came the Templars around 1250, 1294 and in 1307 arrived a last group.
They helped the descendants of the Vikings to found the Inca Empire and then participated in its development.
In 40 years, from 1272 to 1307, they had done business with the Vikings, mainly to bring money back to the port of La Rochelle and with this precious metal that has become a new currency, to finance the construction of their movement: abbeys, temple houses and especially cathedrals once their treasure seized the middle east and which came from the use of gold since the civilization of upper Egypt, had been consumed in building sites and the acquisition of land and estates.
The Templars brought the art of stone construction to the Vikings.
For example, the opening of the monolithic gate known as the Door of the Sun, which was found lying and broken, in the enclosure of the Kalasasaya, Christian church and main building of Tiahuanaco and which was not completed in 1290 when the city was taken by the Kari Araucans.
This Porte du Soleil was one of the entrances to the church. It is decorated with a frieze that reproduces, still in the style of Tiahuanaco, the Adoration of the Lamb, as seen on the tympanum of the cathedral of Amiens. The central motif responds in every detail to the apocalyptic description of the Lamb. The forty-eight figures of the three upper rows represent, with their respective attributes, the twelve apostles, the twelve minor prophets and the twenty-four elders carrying cithares and gold cup, as described by Saint John.
On the lower row, we see two angels playing the trumpet, an instrument unknown in pre-Columbian America. Amiens is located in Picardy, on the border of Normandy and Dieppe is its port and opens onto the sea at about 100 km. The cathedral of Amiens was built between 1220 and 1288 and its portal between 1225 and 1236.
Indigenous chronicles tell us of a Catholic monk who, around 1250, had appeared on the high plateau after landing in the Gulf of Santos and crossing Paraguay, his name was Father Gnupa. He brought plans for a Romanesque church, easier to build with the help of highly skilled indigenous masons who had previously built the many ruined buildings or who disappeared.
We can deduce from these events that around 1150, the Vikings masters of the region of Titicaca, once conquered their empire and assured, thanks to their alliance with the Guaranis, their channels of communication up to the Atlantic, regained contact with Europe, probably at Dieppe, a few kilometers from the templier port of Saint-Valéry-en-Caux.
They allied themselves with the Templars in secret and thanks to the artisans of the Temple, large buildings emerged, in Tiahuanaco and elsewhere, replacing the huts of cob and dry Viking stones.
The Templars also gave a new impetus to local metallurgy
In addition to the silversmith’s work of Asian origin, which the indigenous people of the Peruvian coast already knew, more complex processes were added, such as casting with lost wax and working with iron.
Mines were opened, especially of silver, and the ships of the Order of the Temple set out for La Rochelle loaded with silver ingots. Around 1250, monks christianized the region of Tiahuanaco. After 1307, the adventure ended, Peru in full anarchy was not a satisfactory refuge for the escaped Templar brothers from Europe, they preferred Mexico.
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The main source of wealth to finance the cathedrals’ time was the silver of the mines of South America, which the Templar fleet transported to the French ports of La Rochelle, Dieppe, Saint Valéry en Caux. Two sites are known: the region of Lake Titicaca and the ancient city of Tiahuanaco which at the time was abandoned and had been the site of a Viking colony.
In Peru, most of the money came from the Porco area, located in a mountain range in the Cordillera, on the eastern flank of the plateau that is now Bolivia, southeast of Tiahuanaco. The Spanish called this chain Sierra de la Plata, sierra de l’Argent. Some of the gold and silver traveled to the Atlantic via the northern branch of the peaviru, which in Paraguay passed through Cerro Cora where the metal was converted into ingots. From the port of Santos, money crossed the Atlantic.
The Temple Order at that time imported large amounts of money to finance the construction of the abbeys and cathedrals. This traffic was interrupted during the capture of Tiahuanaco by the Araucans around 1290. After the fall of the Order of the Temple in France, a temple colony from France helped the Guaranis to take back Tiahuanaco and a new restoration of the ancient city took place.
The second site for silver production is Mexico. It depended on the Aztec empire and then on the Inca empire. The Templars allied with the civilization of Mexico and from this exchange was born the Inca Empire. Mexico worked mainly in gold, silver and copper. Silver was secondary production, and mineral extraction was rudimentary. The Vikings and then the Templars preferred to develop their mining and smelting technologies with full political and military autonomy and, instead of delivering them to the peoples of Mexico, they chose to settle in Peru to develop a real mining industry. Today, the situation has been reversed, Mexico is the world’s largest producer of silver ( 2.8 million tons ).
The enterprise of the Order of the Temple is best known through these historical facts. The organization of French and European society is probably less well known because it has been destroyed by royal absolutism and, above all, its mode of operation and the economic mechanisms that monastic and knight orders have used are in total contradiction with the present system of capitalist economic power.
Templar fleet disappears from European ports
When the Templars were arrested by the soldiers of Philippe le Bel, several Templar ships from La Rochelle did not come to Portugal to take refuge in the Templar Port of Serra d’El Rei but disappeared forever.
In the last years of the thirteenth century, feeling the difficulties that their order would encounter as their power ran into the established kings before being able to establish a new political, economic and social system, the Templars sent an expedition to South America to prepare a base of retreat near the Viking colonies with which they had worked the money and which, without the contribution of new European teams, had run out of steam to the point of becoming now the base of a new colony this time directed by the Templars order itself.
They settled in Mexico, in Chalco, and received their fellow Templars who fled the arrests of Philip the Fair in 1307 when their order was dissolved. They brought the treasure stored in Paris whose knowledge was necessary to found humanist and flourishing civilizations.
The traces left by the Knights Templar and still preserved today.
We will return in our fourth part, the Art of Living, to the development of the spiritual movement and we will be able to resume at that time the shortcomings and failures of the Templars.
The balance of the Templars to be preserved is therefore on the capacity to develop powerful networked organizations based on common ownership and the development of global knowledge.
The Great Law Binding the Iroquois Nations
After the destruction of the order of the temple in 1307 by the betrayal of the King of France Philip the Fair, we find colonies of knight Templar monks on the American continent, as much in North America as in Central and South America.
The Viking and then Templar fleets knew how to protect themselves from the storms and hurricanes of the Atlantic by coming to settle in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, where the Amerindian tribes also lived. A colony was established among these peoples and served as a relay port, a supply and maintenance base for ships coming from Europe and continuing their journey to Central and South America, including the mouths of the Orinoco and Amazon rivers, Rio Paraguay. These rivers provide easier access inland to the Andes.
The tradition of the Iroquois Indians indicates that white monks came to teach them the art of the great law that binds them. The constitution of the five Iroquois nations was established around 1350, and this confederation of Iroquois nations served as a model for the founders of the declaration of independence and constitution of the United States of America around 1780.
Let us mention simply the choice of words between the Tables of the Law and the Great Law which binds nations. This choice clearly indicates the filiation between the first and the second.
A chapter presents the Great Law that binds the Iroquois Nations and we also evoke its existence in the 1780s as a model that should have been used by the actors of the Enlightenment, mainly by Voltaire and Rousseau, to show the direction to follow during a Revolution to eliminate the system of power of the Monarchy and the Empires.
The Inca Empire
In South America, the development of the Inca empire, which was born around 1200, became more important after 1307, not because of the constant wars of conquest, but because, once the neighboring people were organized in a system of power, they were defeated by a confederation of the peoples of the region who agreed to form an alliance after centuries of war.
Each people remained autonomous in the Inca empire, but the development of roads and communications allowed for a centralization of the organization within a confederation in order to guarantee peace, the development of exchanges which led to the general rise in the standard of living. This development also includes knowledge and technologies that will reach a high level in astronomy, foundry work, the administration of natural resources, from agricultural land to water.
This high level of knowledge will surprise Spanish and Portuguese conquerors. So it seems that the so-called treasure of the Templars is mostly immaterial: it is a knowledge to develop networked organizations from a common property to improve the living standards of populations and eliminate wars.
This practice of solidarity and efficiency in the use of natural resources is a first concrete response to demonstrate the validity of the rules and values of culture brought by the users of global knowledge, regardless of the time in history in which this use of global knowledge takes place.
We will review the destruction of the Inca empire by the conquistadores who divided Central and South America after the Treaty of Tordesillas in 1494.
Briefly, we present here the other important military monastic order which accompanied the Templars in this European civilizing enterprise during the medieval period.
The origins of the monastic state of the Teutonic Knights (1226-1525)
The origins of the monastic state of the Teutonic Knights (1226-1525) are in the various Crusades in the Holy Land which were marked by the creation of military orders responsible for defending the holy places and the pilgrims, and their status of which was conferred by pontifical approval. We can notably cite the order of Saint-Jean de Jerusalem (1113), the order of the temple (1139), the order of Calatrava (1164), the order of Santiago (1175) or the Teutonic Order ( 1199).
Founded in Saint -Jean -d’Acre, the Teutonic Order was gradually spread to Europe during the 12th century and was one of the major actors – alongside the order of Livonia – Baltic Crusades launched by the Celestin Pope III (≈1106-1198) in 1193 with the aim of Christianize the pagan peoples who lived in this region going from the current Baltic states to Prussia. The Prussians – or Borusses – were then in conflict with the Duchy of Grande -Pologne, including the Duke Conrad I of Mazovie (≈1187-1247) had already started, without success, the pontifical crusade.
It is in this context that the Teutonic Knights, called in reinforcement, saw themselves offering a territory to the border of the Kingdom in 1226 and that the Bulle of Gold of Rimini, promulgated by the Emperor of the Holy Empire the same year, guaranteed their sovereignty over the future conquered territories. They finally arrived in the region in 1230. These events were considered to be the starting point of the monastic state of the Teutonic Knights (1226-1525), which was then recognized by Conrad Ier via the Kruschwitz Treaty in 1230 and by The Holy See via the Bulle d’Or de Rieti in 1234.
Most of the Prussian clans were defeated in the 1230s, but this domination was not undisputed and a first uprising thus took place from 1242 to 1249. Despite its victory, the Teutonic Order did not manage to enforce the Treaty of Christburg And the situation even won in 1260 when a hard to undo the Lithuanians weakened it and led to a new uprising of the various Prussian clans.
September 20, 1260: Beginning of the second Prussian uprising against the Teutonic State, an important event in the history of this theocracy since it constitutes the last great resistance to its evangelizing policy of the Teutonic Knights.
This second uprising, also called “large Prussian uprising”, was marked by the taking or destruction of several Teutonic fortresses during guerrilla raids and managed to last in time thanks to the numerical inferiority of their opponents who lacked Rescue. Pope Urban IV (1195/1200-1264) had certainly sold indulgences to finance the war against the Prussian lords and call to the crusade in support of the Teutonics, but the Prussians continued to resist. The arrival of reinforcements in 1265, combined with the division of the Prussian clans, gradually allowed the Teutonic Order to pull itself together and finally prevail in 1274.
After their failure, several Prussian nobles went into exile and the Teutonic knights still maintained their total domination over the region for several centuries. The Teutonic State finally disappeared in 1525 when the Grand Master Albend of Brandenburg (1490-1568), converted to Protestantism, made a vassal of the kingdom of Poland and thus gave birth to the Duchy of Prussia which existed from 1525 to 1701. The Teutonic heritage is thus visible in the powerful kingdom of Prussia (1701-1918), successor to the Duchy of Prussia.
In pictures: Map of Eastern Europe representing the possessions (color “salmon”) of the Teutonic State in 1260. It was then established in Prussia and in a good part of the current Baltic States.
source : histoire d’apprendre du 21/09/2022
Malbork : the fortress (rebuilt) of the Teutonics
Malbork, former capital of the Teutonic Knights, is today registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
This former fortified monastery of the Teutonic Order – dating from the 13th century – was largely enlarged and embellished after 1309, when the siege of the Grand Master of the Order was transferred from Venice to Malbork.
Perfect example of medieval brick castles, Malbork was meticulously restored at the end of the 19th and early 20th century …
source : Storia Mundi
Today, historians, archeologists, scholars, have allowed us to reassemble all this knowledge to confront it once again with our two sources of knowledge, the initiatory and spiritual source and the intellectual and rational source.
But in the time of the Knights Templar, this knowledge about our origins was not entirely lost even if it was smoldering under the ashes of the destruction of the Egyptian, Greek, Celtic, Berber and Iberian, African civilizations.
The history of the Order of the Temple is thus established with very well trained and prepared Masters to whom the Benedictine and Muslim scholars (Arabs and Berbers) of Spain, had transmitted all or part of the ancient secret knowledge to reject the dogmas of religions and the pretensions of the warlords to plunder, conquer and extend their domination over the peoples.
As we have seen, when the agreement was perfect between Master of the Temple, Pope and kings because all educated and prepared by the Benedictine monks, political, economic and social development was very important.
But when the Temple twice entrusted itself to weak and inconsequential Masters, disasters were inevitable. Disastrous for the Temple but an opportunity, a boon mainly for kings and emperors.
The learned monks who knew the history of Jesus and the first Christian spiritual community of Jerusalem, who had read Flavius Joseph and the other Latin authors knew how to name this political regime without a monarchy coming from God but managed directly by the local economic and social communities formed according to the preserved knowledge of the temples of the Nile and Greece, the ancient cities of the banks of the Tigris and Euphrates, even the rivers descending from the Himalayas or the Andes of Tiahuanaco.
The Benedictine monks and the Templar monk soldiers knew this political regime in which human beings address themselves directly to the one who lives in us and bring us back to life after human life by using the dialog of the soul for the soul, the foundation of their spiritual approach.
In the time of Jesus, this political regime had been established and defended by the Nazarenes, its leader was Judas de Gamala, a fortress close to Lake Tiberias and neighboring Galilee. This secret knowledge remained available, but was it accessible to Christian peoples educated in the dogmas of the Roman papacy? Could a reform of the Church after 1270 commit itself to sweeping away these dogmas, discarding the Council of Nicaea and returning to the messianic times of the Gamala Republic with its Nazarenes?
The autarky of the spiritual and temporal power of military orders eventually led to their loss.
They had established a kind of League of Nations where treaties between Christians and Muslims guaranteed a peace conducive to social and economic development for both. This exceptional and short-lived achievement required the elimination of the dogmas of Roman and Muslim theocracies for the return to teaching of the temples on the banks of the Nile which had taught the highest initiation to pharaohs, high priests, Celtic druids, Greek scholars and many others.
This knowledge had been partly saved and preserved at Mont Cassin by Bernard de Nursie and then transferred to Cluny.
But the deadly threat to the Templars and Teutonics was internal, European, political: the wealth that they managed in common with the abbeys, the free cities, the communal assemblies, a direct local participatory democracy, aroused too much jealousy, envy, wills of conquest if not plunder from the bishops, the clergy, the nobles, the merchants, the kings and emperors and, it is less certain, the roman papacy itself.
The Templars had defended and organized the medieval civilization of the time of cathedrals across Europe. After this economic and social success, what followed was political, and, to change politics, the vision of a new and far more humanistic world required the elimination of the theocratic dogmas that justified the existing political regimes.
When this step remains impossible for those who have this knowledge, their duty becomes simple and clear again: to carry this knowledge elsewhere and to ensure that it cannot disappear in the history of our humanity.
The Knights Templar took this knowledge elsewhere, where it came from early in our humanity.
The Templars followed this mission and they carried this knowledge elsewhere, where it came from from the colony that came to Earth to bring the seeds of a new humanity after an Apocalypse and destruction of life forms on our planet.
The very foundation of the cycles of humanity
So here we return to the very foundation of the cycles of humanity: a thriving humanist civilization that ensures the flourishing development of the economy and its societies, of knowledge, must admit that the common property, its free cities, subsidiarity, the full currency that it has used to manage its common assets, will be destroyed and confiscated, prohibited by the thieves, the looters, the military and tyrannical power systems that its wealth will have attracted.
And we are not out of this dilemma except to consider that the present world government of Anglo-Saxon Puritans can achieve this since it claims that the predestined ones to govern the whole of the Earth in the name of divine directives, have the right to submit, to enslave, to eliminate the reprobates unable to convert and to join the predestinies.
Laurent Dailliez, in his book The Knights Templar, dates the end of the Temple in 1317 when he received the coup de grâce from Pope John XXII at the confirmation of the Order of Montesa in the Kingdom of Aragon. The Temple was definitively abolished and its property transferred to the new Order of Montesa in Spain. This is also a limitation of this book.
We presented the book earlier in this text: The Templars in America by Jacques de Maheu, which shows that the Templars did not disappear in 1317 but survived in small groups in Portugal, Scotland, on the American continent.
In France, the churches and chapels with the capitals of the pillars bearing the pattés templières cross are still present. Here we think warmly of this resident of Abriès in the High Alps who volunteered during the summer, waiting for tourists to ask them not to take pictures in the chapel because the light of the flash erases the traces of the original painting of these Templar emblems. He was happy to explain that the commune was a stop on the Templar road between France and Italy by the Malaure pass, the Vieu pass, the Bouchet pass, the Sellard pass. The choice between these passes is great and depending on the season and the weather, one of them is always more practicable than the others. In one fell swoop, in front of him and his soothing words, we were together in this chapel, followers of the Templar caravans.
With the contribution of these two complementary works, we understand that if the last Master in France was rather a helpless, a weak, a penguin, the best of the Templars had engaged in the rescue of their treasure: this knowledge on the conduct of our humanity towards peaceful, allied societies that develop flourishing economies, an art of living using local subsidiarity, the complementarity between the three forms of property, a full currency, a confederation of networks of Life, free cities, the practice of solidarity, the approach of Total Quality through all human activity.
Everything is available, accessible again. All we have to do is get rid of the dogmas of Anglo-Saxon puritanism, which perverted the Protestant movement, and finally carry out this reform of the churches, the centers of spiritual and intellectual development, those churches which have finally eliminated the dogmas of criminal theocracies and which have returned to the ancient knowledge of humanism capable of using together our two sources of knowledge.
“No nobis, domine, non nobis, sed nomini tuo da gloriam”…
this master, this lord of our human existence lives in us and is the same in each one of us, he makes us reborn in Life after human life, he did not die on a cross, neither he nor his son, from him we obtain the absolute gift of love so as not to be afraid on planet Earth, not even of the mystery of Revelation.
In reality, we are again and again knights of the Temple that lives in us and where we find our reasons to live which are the same as our reasons to die in our human carnal body.
We can go back to Eleusis in Denderah, it is indeed magnificent, but we can also stay under the olive tree, the oak tree, by the river, at the top of the mountain, talking in our Temple from our soul with the soul of our Life after human life on this planet… without fear and without reproach!
- L’Ancien Symbole de la Croix Rouge des Templiers
- L’histoire des templiers
- Le vrai du faux des Templiers
- Les Vikings ont posé le pied en Amérique en 1021, près de 500 ans avant Christophe Colomb
- La Grande Loi qui lie
- Livres utilisés pour cet article de fileane.com :
- Jésus ou le mortel secret des Templiers, de Robert Ambelin 1970
- Les templiers en Amérique, de Jacques de Mahieu 1981
- Les Templiers ces inconnus, de Laurent Dailliez 1972