13 October 1307 – The day that changed the world

13 Oct

“The Templar Order was established in 1118 to ensure the custody of the Holy places and to protect the pilgrimage ways.  The Knights Templar considered themselves knights of God, upholding the honor of the church and Christianity. The Templars fought along side King Richard I (Richard The Lion Hearted) and other Crusaders in the battles for the Holy Lands. It was a very well organized military force and they were the clash forces in all the Crusades.

Their motto was:
-“Give Glory, not for us, God, not for us, but for your name”.

A Templar Knight is truly a fearless knight, and secure on every side, for his soul is protected by the armor of faith, just as his body is protected by the armor of steel. He is thus doubly-armed, and need fear neither demons nor men.”

The Sword represents the Knight’s right to dispense justice. The double edge of the blade ever reminds the Knight to temper justice with mercy.

As the steel of the Sword must be tempered in fire and water, so must the soul of the Knight be tempered by adversity and compassion.

The Knight was sworn that his sword was never to be drawn in anger.”

Read more on: The Knights Templar Timeline

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13 October 1307 – The day that changed the world

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“In 1305, the new Pope Clement V, based in France, sent letters to both the Templar Grand Master Jacques de Molay and the Hospitaller Grand Master Fulk de Villaret to discuss the possibility of merging the two Orders. Neither was amenable to the idea but Pope Clement persisted, and in 1306 he invited both Grand Masters to France to discuss the matter.

De Molay arrived first in early 1307. Villaret was delayed for several months. While waiting, De Molay and Clement discussed charges that had been made two years prior by an ousted Templar.

It was generally agreed that the charges were false but Clement sent King Philip IV of France a written request for assistance in the investigation. King Philip was already deeply in debt to the Templars from his war with the English and seized upon these rumours for his own purposes.

Philip began pressuring the Church to take action against the Order, as a way of freeing himself from his debts. On Friday October 13, 1307 Philip ordered de Molay and scores of other French Templars to be simultaneously arrested. The Templars were charged with numerous heresies and tortured to extract false confessions. The confessions, despite having been obtained under duress, caused a scandal in Paris.

Again under pressure from Philip, Pope Clement issued the bull Pastoralis praeeminentiae on November 22, 1307, which instructed all Christian monarchs throughout Europe to arrest all Templars and seize their assets.

Pope Clement called for papal hearings to determine the Templars’ guilt or innocence. Once freed of the Inquisitors’ torture, many Templars recanted their confessions. Some had sufficient legal experience to defend themselves in the trials, but in 1310 Philip blocked this attempt, using the earlier forced confessions to have dozens of Templars burned at the stake in Paris.

With Philip threatening military action unless the Pope complied with his wishes, Pope Clement agreed to disband the Order, citing the public scandal that had been generated by the confessions.

At the Council of Vienne in 1312, he issued a series of papal bulls, including Vox in excelso, which officially dissolved the Order, and Ad providam, which turned over most Templar assets to the Hospitallers.

The elderly Grand Master Jacques de Molay, had confessed under torture, but retracted his confession. Geoffrey de Charney, Preceptor of Normandy, followed de Molay’s example, and insisted on his innocence. Both men were declared guilty of being relapsed heretics, and they were sentenced to burn alive at the stake in Paris on March 18, 1314.

According to legend, he called out from the flames that both Pope Clement and King Philip would soon meet him before God. Pope Clement died a month later, and King Philip died in a hunting accident within the year.

With the Order’s leaders killed, remaining Templars around Europe were either arrested and tried under the Papal investigation, absorbed into other monastic military orders, or pensioned off and allowed to live out their days peacefully.

Some may have fled to other territories outside Papal control, such as Scotland (then under excommunication) or to Switzerland. Templar organisations in Portugal escaped lightly through the imaginative expedient of changing their name from Knights Templar to Knights of Christ.

In 2001, a document known as the “Chinon Parchment” was found in the Vatican Secret Archives, supposedly after having been misfiled in 1628. It is a record of the trial of the Templars, and shows that Clement absolved the Templars of all heresies in 1308, before formally disbanding the Order in 1312.

(In October 2007, the Scrinium publishing house published secret documents about the trial of the Knights Templar, including the Chinon Parchment.)

From: “Keys of Solomon, lost symbol, solomon key, hebrew pictogram, cipher puzzle ref Dan Brown”:


// “Chinon parchment recently released from Vatican

The Chinon Parchment was treated as a secret document up until recently when the Vatican decided to release it. It documents Pope Clement V secretly forgiving an Elite group of Templars in 1314 saving them from being burned at the stake like all the other Templars. There is a translation here.

One could speculate that the incentive of Pope Clement V involved protecting these powerful people if maintaining a greater portion of their weath and securing the treasures the Templars spoke of… a ‘true cross’ and perhaps even the ‘real’ Holy Grail itself.

Tradition speaks of the true cross as a piece of wood from the crucifixion cross of Christ. Wayne suggests that the reference is the sacred knowledge of the true cross, the same cross of the heavens seen by the founder of Christianity, Emperor Constantine, because the true cross, the Sacred Cross of the sky is depicted on the Chinon document seen below.  

It is sketched between two other secret depictions of the sacred cross, one involving what looks like a ‘key’ below it and what looks like some sort of physical ornament above it.

There are now three parchment references to the Sacred Cross and all three seem to interpret Orion specifically with the two star clusters forming Orion’s ‘head’ and Orion’s ‘sword’ seen in the image.//

Read more: http://www.keyofsolomon.net/lost-symbol-solomon-key-hebrew-pictogram-cipher-puzzle-ref-Dan-Brown2.php

(Continuing with – 13 October 1307 – The day that changed the world)

“It is now the Roman Catholic Church’s position that the medieval persecution of the Knights Templar was unjust; that there was nothing inherently wrong with the Order or its Rule; and that Pope Clement was pressured into his actions by the magnitude of the public scandal and the dominating influence of King Philip IV. As on other occasions, it has not expressed an opinion as to how the highest moral authority on earth could have colluded in the torture and killing of innocent men.”

Knights Templar – Part 6: The Chinon Parchment (revised)

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 STAR MAP HIDDEN RECORDS – MARS   tested on star program same as Stonehenge and Egypt

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“The movie Prometheus has recently usurped the fundamental story plot from the Author of The Hidden Records book which was published in 2002. The Prometheus writer also repeated the ancient alien star maps found in ancient civilisations and duplicated its connection to human origins. This is the real story here. Also See also youtube: The Solomon Key lost symbol parchment lost symbol, Washington DC star map, The Christ Sacred Cross, Stonehenge star map, The Vatican star map, Freemason star map, all produce the same star pattern.”

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Is it a coincidence that this parchment came was re-discovered at the same time as the lost books of Nostradamus?
Read more here: http://www.crystalinks.com/manuscripts1007.html


~~~ To My Knights, from Enigma Wonder’in Spirit

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