October 21, 2021
  • Templar Mysteries

    Baphomet: The Atbash Cipher Theory

    In order to understand the Atbash Cipher theory, as it relates to the Baphomet mythos, it is first important to examine the origins of the code. As early as 500 BC Scribes writing the book [...]
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    The Story Of The Scottish Templars: Part Two

    Publisher’s Note: Many of the writings  of early Masonic historians took considerable liberties with Templar History, connecting their lineage to the Freemasons. As such, we present this information as a record of what was considered historic [...]
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    Jacques de Molay 1244 – 1314

    In the two centuries of their formal existence the Knights Templar served under 23 Grand Masters. It is Jacques de Molay however, whom is best known with the possible exception of the orders founder, Hughes [...]
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    Philip IV – 1268 – 1314

    King Philip IV, commonly referred to as Philip the Fair (le Bel), was born in the year 1268, one hundred and fifty years after the formation of the Knights Templar. Philip was King of France [...]
  • Templar Reviews & Interviews

    Knights Templar Encyclopedia

    Order Knights Templar Encyclopedia from amazon.com. By Dr. Karen Ralls Paperback: 302 pages Publisher: New Page Books Language: English ISBN – 13: 978-1-56414-926-8 Dr. Ralls latest book on the Templars is a much-needed resource and one that [...]

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The Templar Beauseant

The banner of the Knights Templar was called the Beauseant and, like many pieces of medieval history, its true etymology may have been lost somewhere along the way. An anonymous pilgrim who visited Jerusalem between […]

Templar History

The Cistercians

Above: Melrose Abbey:  JeremyA under CC BY-SA 2.5 The Knights Templar are known to history as the warrior monks, but what is not as commonly known is the kinship the Order shared with the Cistercians, […]

The Crusades

The Crusades

Pope Urban II – 1042 – 1099

By Thesupermat – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, Link Pope Urban II, the man who was ultimately responsible for the launch of the first Crusade was born Odo de Lagery, although some historical accounts list […]

The Crusades

The Knights Hospitaller

The Hospitallers, known officially as “Knights of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem,” was founded at Jerusalem during the first Crusade. It has been known also as “Knights of Rhodes”, and […]

The Crusades

The Teutonic Knights

The Teutonic Knights of St. Mary’s Hospital of Jerusalem was one of the three great religious and military orders produced by the Crusades. It was founded during the third Crusade, and was the last one […]

Templar Mysteries

Templar Mysteries

The Baphomet Enigma

by Stephen Dafoe In his 1972 science fiction novel, Baphomet’s Meteor, French author Pierre Barbet crafts an entertaining story of alternative history about the Knights Templar and the demonic entity known as Baphomet. In the […]

Templar Mysteries

About Rosslyn Chapel

About Rosslyn Chapel The Collegiate Church of St. Matthew or Rosslyn Chapel (as it is more popularly known) was built in the mid-15th century by the First Earl of Caithness, William Sinclair (St. Clair). The […]

Templar Mysteries

The Necromantic Skull Of Sidon

The skull and cross-bones, have long been believed to have Templar and Masonic connections and although it has been claimed that the symbol was used on Templar and Masonic grave sites in the past, the […]

Modern Day Templarism

Modern Templars

Militi Templi Scotia

The Order incorporates Militi Templi Scotia, which is the historical Scottish title of the Order. The Sovereign Military Order of the Temple of Jerusalem, which is the International name. Ordo Supremus Militaris Templi Hierosolymilitani, the […]

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