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[31 Mar 2010 | Comments Off | ]

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 emblem was far from exclusive to these two organizations.

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[31 Mar 2010 | Comments Off | ]

It was the nineteenth century Occultist, Eliphas Levi who is falsely credited for first differentiated between the good and evil aspects of the five-pointed star or pentagram. Levi envisioned two points down, as being magical in a good way, while one point down was indicative of the opposite magical reaction.

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[31 Mar 2010 | Comments Off | ]

Within a very short period of the formation of the Poor Knights of Christ and the Temple of Solomon, a new style of church architecture began to spread across Western Europe.

Interviews, Templar Mysteries »

[31 Mar 2010 | One Comment | ]

An Interview with Erling Haagensen
co-author of The Templars’ Secret Island

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[31 Mar 2010 | One Comment | ]

While recent Templar interest has been on Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code, recent events have seen the attempts to crack a real life code at Shugsborough.

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[31 Mar 2010 | One Comment | ]

The interview in this video shows that the so-called secret Vatican documents aren’t as secret as the media made them out to be.