Templar Lore


The Head of God – The Lost Treasure of the Templars by Keith Laidler

On Friday 13th October, 1307 (the date, incidentally, from which we get our superstition of Friday 13th being an inauspicious day) a Papal Bull manipulated into existence by Philip the Fair of France demanded the rounding up and arrest of all the members of the Knights Templar in the then Catholic world.
Under interrogation, amazing tales of treasure and the worship of a disembodied head began to emerge, shocking the inquisitors to the extent they executed and imprisoned many of the unfortunate Knights on the grevious charge of heresy against the Church.

The author siezes upon this alleged worship of a disembodied head called “Baphomet” and traces the origins of head worship back through time to ancient Egypt where he really throws the cat amongst the pigeons by suggesting that the biblical Moses was none other than the deposed monotheistic pharoah, Akhenaten.

Forward we go again on a trail through the founding of ancient Israel, the building of the Temple, the times of Jesus, the burial under the Temple Mount of something special and its subsequent unearthing and carting off to Medieval France by the Knights Templar.

Did the Knights have prior notice of their imminent destruction in the days leading up to Friday 13th ? Did they manage to steal off into the night with their treasures ?

The author seems to think so as there is no evidence Philip the Fair ever got his hands on the Templars’ wealth. Keith Laidler even thinks he knows what the treasure actually is and where it was secreted off to.

What does he think is buried under an extremely strange coloumn in an extremely strange “chapel” in southern Scotland ? Oh my !

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