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Sunday, November 27, 2016

Knights Templar & Sisterhood of Death


All revolutionaries and murderers since then had been part of a single 'Templar' society - including Cromwell, the murderer of Henry IV of France, conspirators in Portugal, Brazil and Sweden, and of course Robespierre and Danton.
Edward Burman (The Assassins: Holy Killers of Islam)
In my program The Female Illuminati I prove that the Knights Templar served as one of the main tentacles of the Sisterhood of Death.

I show how the order is tied in with the Egyptian Atonists and how via the Culdean monks of Ireland they gained access to the troves of wisdom confiscated from the Druids and Bards of the prehistoric West.

Their peculiar appearance, long hair, bizarre traditions and suggestive symbolism leads us to the door of the more sinister order operating behind them, ensconced in Britain a thousand years before the rise of the Templars.

Of course nothing remains static for long in the world of ordinary populations or of secret societies. There have been minor and major disputes, feuds and upheavals on all levels, not to mention short and long-term rivalries between individual members and entire branches of certain orders.

Some internecine squabbles and conflicts become known publicly, while others occur unseen by ordinary people going about their business.

Some investigators have written exceptional books on these events to show how the activities of secret societies impact and shape world history. I provide a short list below of suggested titles on the history and rivalries of the Knights Templar, the most malignant and powerful secret society of modern history.

Let's take a brief look at the affluence, influence and control of the Machiavellian Knights Templar, courtesy of authors past and present:
...the Templars became the servants and companions of kings and princes: from the beginning they were trusted familiars in royal courts...

The financial dealings of the Templars led them straight to the royal treasuries, of which they were frequently keepers. From the early thirteenth century onwards the Temple in Paris was in effect the French Royal Treasury.
Peter Partner (The Murdered Magicians)
 

Templars came from that section of the lower nobility which supplied the kings with the households servants and officials who did their familiar business.

As a result the kings were influential in the affairs of the Temple: both Richard I of England and Saint Louis of France nominated their own candidate to the office of Grand Master of the Temple.
ibid
 

Alexander III was the most lavish of all popes in privileges for the Templar Order, perhaps because he borrowed money from them. From this time onwards the Templars were papal chamberlains and almoners: they were also involved in the collection of crusading taxes...

Knights of the Order were often among the pope's bodyguards and intimates.
ibid
 

Both orders (Templars and Hospitallers) controlled not only the large sums and subventions in kind which came from the west, but also substantial estates in the east which were given them by the governments of the crusading states.
ibid
 

...for a century and a half no important decision was taken in the Holy Land without consulting the Grand Masters of the Military Orders.
ibid
 

The estates of the Templars had been conferred after the dissolution to the Order upon the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, whose successors, the Knights of Malta, still enjoyed some of the remaining incomes.
ibid
 

By the beginning of the thirteenth century the Templars had become the international bankers of Europe and were appointed treasurers to the French royal family and the Vatican.
Michael Howard (Occult Conspiracy)


…the Templars held over nine thousand manors all over Europe, plus mills and markets. In addition to these income-producing properties, the Templars had other sources of revenue. Loot taken or shared in by any brother went to the order.

During its two hundred years of existence, over twenty thousand initiates brought land or money dowries to the order.
John J. Robinson (Born in Blood)
 

The Knights Templar came to own estates of varying size scattered throughout Europe from Denmark, Scotland and the Orkney Islands in the north, to France, Italy and Spain in the south. In England and Wales alone they had over 5,000 properties.

They also extended their interests into Africa, establishing a major presence in Ethiopia, where the Essene Book of Enoch was eventually rediscovered many centuries later.
Christopher Knight and Alan Butler (The Hiram Key Revisited)
 

The Templars eventually became so rich that the monarchs of some of the kingdoms within which they operated were wholly dependent on their support.

Several kings of England actually lodged the treasury of the realm at the Templar headquarters in London, as surety against the massive debts they ran up with the order. This gave the Templars great power to influence decision-making, and they regularly acted as arbiters for warring monarchs.
Alan Butler and Stephen Dafoe (The Knights Templar Revealed)
 

We are entitled to ask: "From where did the financial impetus to even commence the Templar empire come?" The nine knights who attended the Troyes gathering of 1128 were, according to orthodox accounts, "poor."

In fact, this as reflected in the name chosen for the order because they were the "Poor Knights of Christ and the Temple of Solomon." Nothing could be further from the truth, for even if the founder knights themselves were not of middle-ranking aristocratic stock...they had extremely rich backers, not the least of whom was the fabulously rich Hugh Count of Champagne.

But all the money in Champagne could not have financed the exploits of the Templars on the field of battle alone.
ibid
 

They had entered the scene as "Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ," but no description could have been less accurate.

Among their ranks were to be found the wealthiest people of Europe: leading bankers from London and Paris, among whose customers were Blanche of Castile, Alphonso de Poitiers, and Robert of Artois.

The finance ministers of James I of Aragon, and Charles I of Naples and the chief advisor of Louis VII of France were all Templars.
Harun Yahya (The Knights Templar)


...the Templars possessed nine thousand manors or lordships in Christendom, besides a large revenue and immense riches arising from the constant charitable bequests and donations of sums of money from pious persons.

"They were also endowed," says James of Vitry, bishop of Acre, "with farms, towns, and villages, to an immense extent both in the East and in the West, out of the revenues of which they send yearly a certain sum of money for the defense of the Holy Land to their head Master at the chief house of their order in Jerusalem".
Charles G. Addison (History of the Knights Templar, 1842)
 

We have previously given an account of the royal donations of King Henry the First, of King Stephen and his queen, to the order of the Temple.

These were far surpassed by the pious benefactions of King Henry the Second. That monarch, for the good of his soul and the welfare of his kingdom, granted the Templars a place situate on the river Fleet, near Bainard's Castle, with the whole current of that river at London, for erecting a mill; also a messuage near Fleet-street; the church of St. Clement.
ibid
 

The Templars, in addition to their amazing wealth, enjoyed vast privileges and immunities within this realm. In the reign of King John they were freed from all americiaments in the Exchequer, and obtained the privilege of not being compelled to plead except before the king or his chief justice.

King Henry the Third granted them free warren in all their demesne lands; and by his famous charter, dated the 9th of February, in the eleventh year of his reign, he confirmed to them all the donations of his predecessors and of their other benefactors.
ibid
 

In addition to these particular privileges, the Templars enjoyed, under the authority of the Papal bulls, various immunities and advantages...They were freed...from the obligation of paying tithes, and might, with the consent of the bishop, receive them.

No brother of the Temple could be excommunicated by any bishop or priest, nor could any of the churches of the order be laid under interdict except by virtue of a special mandate from the holy see.
ibid
 

When any brother of the Temple, appointed to make charitable collections for the succor of the Holy Land, should arrive at a city, castle, or village, which had been laid under interdict, the churches, on their welcome coming, were to be thrown open, (once within the year,) and divine service was to be performed in honor of the Temple, and in reverence for the holy soldiers thereof.

The privilege of sanctuary was thrown around their dwellings; and by various papal bulls it is solemnly enjoined that no person shall lay violent hands either upon the persons or the property of those flying for refuge to the Temple houses.
ibid
 

In 1139, a papal bull was issued by Pope Innocent II - a former Cistercian monk at Clairvaux and protégé of Saint Bernard. According to this bull the Templars would owe allegiance to no secular or ecclesiastical power other than the Pope himself.

In other words, they were rendered totally independent of all kings, princes, and prelates, and of all interference from both political and religious authorities. They had become, in effect, a law unto themselves, an autonomous international empire.
Baigent, Lincoln & Leigh (Holy Blood, Holy Grail)
 

In England, for example, the master of the Temple was regularly called to the king's Parliament and was regarded as head of all religious orders, taking precedence over all priors and abbots in the land.

Maintaining close ties with both Henry II and Thomas à Becket, the Templars were instrumental in trying to reconcile the sovereign and his estranged archbishop.

Successive English kings, including King John, often resided in the Temple's London preceptory, and the master of the order stood by the monarch's side at the signing of the Magna Carta.
ibid


...the Templars remained absolutely central to everything that was happening in Europe, and what is more they were partly instrumental in the formation of the Western World as we know it today
Alan Butler and Stephen Dafoe (The Warriors and the Bankers)
As we have learned from the previous article, there is no mystery about where the original Templars found their wealth.

It was not from any pit beneath the Dome of the Rock.

It came from the elusive descendants of the even more ancient Atonists, probably via the Gaonim (elite Judites) who required a cover as they relocated their headquarters and theater of operation to Europe, Britain and America.



 

The symbolism reveals all.

The red lion represents the illustrious and ancient Atonist cabal (the Order of Melchizedek), the descendants of which direct the world's more obvious secret societies, be they Catholic or Protestant in complexion.

The white unicorn represents their loyal, efficient lieutenants, the Judites, Gaonim, Templars, Masons, College of Cardinals, etc. Note the chain around the neck of the unicorn. It's a reminder of the pecking order, the status quo, and the punishment expected for disloyalty and disobedience.

The unicorn represents the passive moon which reflects the light of the sun, or more correctly of the Sun Lords, the Princes of Light. (Here for more...)

According to historians on the Templars, Merovingian King Baldwin IV and his cousin Philip of Flanders were visited by a mysterious band of hermits led by a strange character known as Ursus.

The group were received and protected by Philip and his wife Mathilde of Portugal, Duchess of Lorraine and aunt of head Templar Godfrey de Bouillon. By the year 1108 the elusive group had vanished from the area and scene.

One known member of the company was Peter the Hermit, who along with Philip is believed by some commenters to be the chief architect of the First Crusade which encouraged Western knights to travel East, seize Jerusalem and destroy the Saracens.

Interestingly and suggestively, the term Ursus connotes a bear, a seminal symbol of the goddess from time immemorial.
  • Does this imply that the leader of the mysterious monks was a woman?

  • Or were they all representatives of a female secret society, meeting and plotting with Mathilde and the Merovingian nobility to change the course of Western history?

For the Sicambrian Franks, from whom the Merovingians issued, the bear enjoyed a similar exalted status...they worshiped the bear in the form of Artemis - or... Arduina, patron goddess of the Ardennes...

Given the magical, mythic, and totemic status of the bear in the Merovingian heartland of the Ardennes, it is not surprising that the name "Ursus" - Latin for "bear" - should be associated in the "Prieuré documents" and the Merovingian royal line.
Baigent, Leigh, Lincoln (Holy Blood, Holy Grail)

Mathilde of Portugal (1157-1218)
was the first noblewomen in the West
to lay eyes on the Holy Grail.
 

Suggestively, it was at the behest of Mathilde that the first "Holy Grail" epic was composed by Chretian de Troyes, who received his commission from the Duchess.

The Grail was brought from Jerusalem to France by Hugh de Payens who, after allegedly finding it beneath Temple Mount, gave it and other treasures into her keeping. Of course the Grail is simply a clever metaphor for the Female Illuminati. The word grail comes from gradus, meaning "by degrees," "stages" or "steps."

This alludes to the grades of a Masonic-type society.

This is the society headed by Mathilde and many others before and after the era of Chretian de Troyes.

A secondary meaning of the word is Sang Rael or "Holy Blood," again a reference to the Sisterhood. The word gradus was later wrongly rendered cratis meaning basket or container, hence the connection with a cup.

Suggestively, on the architecture of the north porch of Chartres Cathedral (dedicated to the female), we see the figure of the Old Testament demigod Melchizedek holding a chalice. Melchizedek is a cryptic reference to Akhenaton and the order descended from his progeny.

We see then that the true significance of the so-called Holy Grail is to be primarily understood in terms of a hierarchical secret society, and secondarily as a container of royal female blood.

We also see the significance of the Templars as supposed keepers of the "Grail."


The keepers of the Grail were female, for good reason.

Although there is little written about the women behind and beside the great thrones of Europe and Britain, and even less said to be believed, it is time to pay greater attention to the role of the mothers, wives, daughters, sisters and female patrons who helped shape history as much as the men they bore, nurtured and inspired.

On a symbolic level we've been told loudly enough that Queen Helena was the true founder of Christianity. Her Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem stood on the site of a temple of Venus.

It was Margaret of Scotland who took a shine to William St. Clair and gave his family the land on which Rosslyn Chapel was built. It was Mathilde of Portugal who co-commissioned the Grail Legend.

On and on it goes.

The Templars venerated Mary Magdalene and St. Euphemia. The patron saint of the Knights Hospitaller was the Lady Philermos. Bernard de Clairvaux was devoted to the Virgin Mary and bore the personal title "Knight of the Virgin."

The skull worshiped by the Templars was that of an unknown female not a male. Even the long hair of the Templars connotes the female.

Godfrey de Bouillon was crowned monarch of Jerusalem in the oldest Templar abbey in Jerusalem, known as the Mother of all Churches.

The full name of the Order of Sion was "Order of Our Lady of the Mount of Sion."  

Read more: http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/esp_sociopol_illuminati_66.htm

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