Sunday: In memory of the Knight Templar’s terrible October 13


 

Where are our Knights Templar?

Sunday’s sad day of respite, as we pray for the persecuted throughout the world. The Barbarians rise again.

This enemy is familiar, we have fought them before, in histories past, come brethren, take up your cross, and fight for God, and the Saints, the beast has reared his ugly head once again!!

On Friday, October 13th, 1307, King Philip IV of France, in league with Pope Clement V ordered all Templars to be rounded up and thrown in prison. The Knights were accused of numerous crimes including heresy and treason. For two hundred years the Knights Templar had been the most dominant force in Christendom.

This is the day we honor the Knight Templars.

In 2007 the Vatican issued a proclamation declaring the Templars innocent of their alleged crimes. This after finding “misplaced” documents of their trials.

How different our world would be if this act had not been perpetrated against the Templars, the defenders of Christ. It is worthy of us to honor them each October 13. May they rise again.

The enemy is at the gate, they lay siege to our walls, yet no one answers the call to arms!! Where are the Knights, why are they not suited up for the great battle? Are they asleep?

Who will slay this beast if not the Templars? The angels are sounding the trumpets, are the sounds of them muffled? This enemy is familiar, we have fought them before, in histories past, come brethren, take up your cross, and fight for God, and the Saints, the beast has reared his ugly head once again!!Come, my brethren!

Take courage and stand beneath our banner! The darkness closes in, and we are the only true defenders of the Light! March to victory and arise triumphant!

March of the Templars: The Crusades

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It is worthy of us to honor the Templars each October 13.

Philip IV borrowed enormous sums of money to finance a war with England. A poor king and an even worse military commander, Philip was easily defeated. He saw a way of eliminating his huge debt. On that fateful day of Friday, October 13, 1307 he ordered all Templars arrested and their property seized. The Grandmaster of the order, Jacques DeMolay was thrown in prison along with several other high-ranking members of the order.

Their ‘trial’ was a farce. The Templars were charged with heresy, worshiping false idols and other crimes against the church. Many of them were tortured until they ‘confessed’ to their crimes and killed. Refusing to capitulate, Jacques DeMolay would not confess and Philip ordered him burned at the stake.

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16 Responses to “Sunday: In memory of the Knight Templar’s terrible October 13”

  1. Mustang Says:

    I have been a 32° Freemason since 1983. Not once have I ever heard anyone associated with Freemasonry condemn another person because of his religious affiliation. I have never heard anyone condemn the Catholic Church, the Pope, any cardinal, or any bishop. Freemasons do, of course, chronicle the events of Friday 13th and yet, despite the Pope’s official clearing of wrongdoing by the Knights Templar, Catholic leadership continues to denounce Freemasonry and continues to punish its Catholic members with excommunication should they join or fail to withdraw from their masonic affiliations.

    I find this puzzling. I have read the arguments of Catholic scholars against Freemasonry and, in my own experience, none of them make any sense. None of these accusations against Freemasons are true. Freemasons do not plot against the Church —any church, yet their scholars and academics proclaim “… the fundamental doctrine of the Naturalists, which they sufficiently make known by their very name, is that human nature and human reason ought in all things be mistress and guide. Laying this down, they care little for duties to God, or pervert them by erroneous and vague opinions. For they deny that anything has been taught by God; they allow no dogma of religion or truth which cannot be understood by the human intelligence, nor any teacher who ought to be believed by reason of his authority. And since it is the special and exclusive duty of the Catholic Church to set forth in words and truths divinely received, to teach, besides other divine helps to salvation, the authority of its office, and to defend the same with perfect purity, it is against the Church that the rage and attack of the enemies are principally directed.”

    This is utter drivel. One cannot be a Freemason who does not believe in God, for without a belief in God, no oath or affirmation is useful. While I cannot speak for the organization, I can say that it is in the nature of man to question that what he has been taught or told, to reason for himself, to come to form an understanding of the world around him. Why should God have given mankind brains were He not intending that we should use them? Questioning authority, rationality, or fairness of others, from parents to elected officials and church leaders is exactly what Jesus of Nazareth did when he walked upon the earth. Questioning is not an un-Godly pursuit. I did find it interesting that the author of the quoted section above, Robert J. Bradley, S.J., revealed Freemasons as his enemy. Such a pronouncement could be a contradiction of underlying Church doctrine (love thy neighbor as thyself), but then, I am no theologian.

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  2. DC Says:

    Not all have fled, not all have forgotten. We still persevere despite the vile words and arrows slung our way. Silently we wait, sword and shield at the ready. We but need the call to assemble. And so we wait, as we always have, and listen…

    32/SR/YR

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  3. Colonel Robert F. Cunningham Says:

    The wholesale murder wasn’t about ‘Christ’ … it was then, as now, about the $$$$$$ — Hypocrisy in all it’s damnations !!!

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    • bunkerville Says:

      They became wealthy and powerful. That doesn’t mean the church in collusion with Phillip were given the right to fabricate lies, and torture and murder almost all of them. Confiscate all of their property and money.
      I disagree that it “wasn’t about Christ.” That and other things.

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  4. nuthinmuffin Says:

    “Friday, October 13th, 1307, King Philip IV of France, in league with Pope Clement V ordered all Templars to be rounded up and thrown in prison.” the knowledge of why this day is infamous is lost on most people. it has become carelessly associated with spooks and goblins.

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  5. peter3nj Says:

    We may be the last generation that has a working knowledge regarding the truth of the Templar’s and the betrayal that brought them down.

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  6. kidme37 Says:

    There is a show on the history channel that runs late fall through the winter – Curse of Oak Island. This is an island in Nova Scotia. There is sufficient evidence that the Knights Templar were there are may have hidden religious artifacts there. The show is pretty slow moving but still interesting to me anyway. They have found some interesting things, among them a Knights Templar lead cross near the surface, and 170 feet down, bones belonging to two persons, one from the middle east, and one European.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Interesting reminder… I have caught that show a couple of times… I know that was a premise….I missed the programs about the bones…..thanks..

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    • geeez2014 Says:

      I just read a little on Wikipedia, which I think is pretty correct for a change….what intrigued me was the article didn’t blame the Christians for the Crusades; that’s a step in the right direction! Very little bothers me more than hearing “Those Christians killing all those Muslims in the Crusades…….” W($&@#(*$&@(#*&$@(*#$*&

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  7. Linda Says:

    Thank you for the reminder. Have a great day Bunk.

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