Secret History: Knights Templar

Many popular books published in recent decades focus on the “history” (i.e., speculative legends) of the Knight’s Templar, including differing versions of the story of the demolition of the Knights Templar including Jacques de Molay’s arrest and execution, along with followers. The Templars had been established to serve as a military arm of the Roman Catholic Church, itself another focal point for exposal texts. However, very little has been published about King Philip IV of France—Philipe IV le Bel, a/k/a Philip the Fair—(1285-1314), and even less has been revealed about the overall Capetian Dynasty in those books. The House of Capet began with Hugh Capet when, at age seventy—having an ancestry that included Otto II and Charlemagne—he was elected by fellow nobles to rule over the Franks from 987 until his death nine years later. 

None of the popular books—some of them bestsellers—in their discussions of conflicts between Church and State in France, as well as elsewhere in Europe, tells the complete and true story of the relationships among these key figures: Philip IV, Jacques de Molay, and three Popes: Boniface VIII, Benedict VIII, and Clement V. That secret story reveals the seedlings of the push for a Reformation that would not emerge fully until 203 years after de Molay’s death, with Martin Luther’s posting of The Ninety-Five Theses in 1517. And a skeleton key to a greater truth has been preserved over centuries through certain descendants of the Capetian bloodline who carried the vision to the Americas. I am one of those Capetian descendants, the eldest member of a branch established through a blending of the bloodline of a Catholic Saint (Louis IX) with one of English Freemasons. I was given that skeleton key when I was a young boy, in four easy-to-remember words that form the capstone of a pyramid of spiritual insights. 

Presentation of details will be book-length, but the gist of the secret story is basically this: the purposes of le Bel and de Molay were not at odds. The two shared a destiny, an agenda, and each played his role. The true story of the relationship between these two pioneering reformers of the power structure of Europe, and of their actions that achieved it, has never been told publicly. The mission of the Capetian Dynasty and the Knights Templar under de Molay was one and the same: freedom from oppression by self-serving Church leaders and doctrines; assurance of justice and social service by the State; unified governance of all European tribes; and expansion towards a non-imperialist civilization. The part of the mission accomplished by Jacques and Philipe was foundational for Freemasons who continued to spearhead the original vision that has taken form as the European Union and is presently unfolding among nations in the Americas. 

Note that the Vatican, which is a separate and sovereign Zion-like State, was not among the six original members of the European Union (which, of course, included France), and it is not among the twenty-seven members that comprise the EU today. Nor has it ever chosen to be a member of the UN. As former U.S. President, and famous Freemason, Harry S. Truman hinted: “The only thing new in the world is the history you don’t know.”

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6 Responses to “Secret History: Knights Templar”

  1. Valiant Says:

    I have read your Noetitao posts, so I’m guessing you’re not a Catholic at this time. Are you a Freemason? It seems that you are endorsing that agenda that many Christians interpret in terms of the building of an evil empire.

  2. PluribusOne™ Says:

    I have relatives who are Catholic as well as, obviously, many Catholic ancestors, including a grandparent. I also have many relatives who are Protestants or follow other spiritual drumming. I am not and have never been a member of the Catholic Church although I have lots of friends and, as I said, family who are (or have been) Catholic and I have attended many Catholic services and studied Church history.

    In fact, I have studied all world religions, to varying degrees, both at a university and on my own, beginning with a non-Catholic Bible school as a small child and among various other religious groups.

    No, I am not a Freemason, although most of the founders of the USA were Masons, and I do not perceive the USA as being an evil empire. My ancestors fought in the American Revolution (aided by France), participated nonviolently during the Civil War, and fought in both World Wars (including on French soil). And, a member of my genealogical branch served in Iraq in both military and non-military operations.

    Based on Bible prophecies, many non-Masons also embrace the idea of one world government, one that they certainly do not envision being controlled by an evil entity. I am tempted to expound on this, but it is not possible to respond adequately to that part of your inquiry in this venue—too complex. Personally, I foresee the optimal solution in terms of a philo-religious unification of cultural and political diversity free of fundamentalism and warfare. The army I envision achieving this is an army of artists, architects, and New Science ambassadors attacking the ugliness of poverty, ignorance, and intolerance with pens, paint brushes, carpenters’ tools, video cameras, and constructive technologies.

    The only card I carry is that of NoetiTaoism™, which is not a secret society or religious cult.

  3. Valiant Says:

    Are the four words on the capstone Earth, Air, Fire, and Water by any chance?

  4. PluribusOne™ Says:

    No, not even close. It is a message to humanity that was removed during a time of great inhumanity and preserved for a people ready to receive it without suffering persecution for openly accepting it. It is alluded to in the New Testament of the Bible, for example. I intend to disclose it in the near future.

  5. Shane. D Says:

    is it “in hoc signo vinces”?

  6. PluribusOne™ Says:

    No, it is also not “in hoc signo vinces,” although that is an intelligent guess.

    I’m not sharing the key yet because the four words require somewhat lengthy explanation in order for the intended meaning to be completely unambiguous. Truths that are counterintuitive with respect to cultural indoctrination are easily misinterpreted.

    The key is not about mortal combat or conquering nations in the name of Christ, or overthrowing any people in the name of any deity.

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