The Knights Templars God's Warriors the Devils's Bankers

Knights Templar HISTORY The Knights Templar was a large organization of devout Christians during the medieval era who carried out an important mission to protect European travelers visiting sites in the Holy Land while History of the Knights Templar Wikipedia The Knights Templar | North America | The Knights Templar of North America The Order of the Poor Fellow Soldiers of Christ and the Temple of Solomon The Knights Templar Ordo Pauperum Commilitum Christi The Knights Templar The Supreme Military Order of The Knights Templar are a Christian Catholic Protestant and Orthodox fraternal and chivalric Order We have no Masonic or political affiliations We are ecumenical meaning we are not affiliated with any single denomination but represent all of Christendom We are part of a world wide organization for the fellowship and networking of like minded individuals Our Order is organized Where are the Knights Templar today? The Our starting point has to be the assumption that in the Knights Templar came to an end The last Grand Master Jacques de Molay was burned to death in and with that the Templars were no Well not according to a lot of people out there Welcome to Knights Templar UK Mysteries legends adventure and myths the history of the Knights Templar has it all It has one of the most recognisable symbols in the world today the red cross In Pope Honorius II assigned the templar Knights the white mantle of the Cistercians on which they wore the red cross with square ends Who were the Knights Templar? HISTORY In the knights received the formal endorsement of the Catholic Church and new recruits and lavish donations began pouring in from across Europe Known for Templar | History Battles Symbols Legacy | Templar also called Knight Templar member of the Poor Knights of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon a religious military order of knighthood established at the time of the Crusades that became a model and inspiration for other military orders The Fall of the Knights Templar The Knights Templar enjoyed considerable fame wealth and power over its lifetime of two centuries However this very power and wealth led to its disastrous fall Once exempted by the Catholic Church and the Pope himself the Templars could not escape their tragic fate brought about by the King of France Knights Templar HISTORY The Knights Templar was a large organization of devout Christians during the medieval era who carried out an important mission to protect European travelers visiting sites in the Holy Land while The Knights Templar Order History The Knights Templar are THE front line against those who would do our people harm all over the world join Donate Today Remember Today the free world is fighting a life and death battle Doing Nothing is NOT an option Are you with us? donate Watch the latest Templar Report Donate News How the left is using covid to make the world a twisted dystopia September The Knights Templar | North America | The Knights Templar of North America The Order of the Poor Fellow Soldiers of Christ and the Temple of Solomon The Knights Templar Ordo Pauperum Commilitum Christi The Knights Templar The Supreme Military Order of Welcome to the OSMTJ Knights Templar of America OSMTJ stands for the French “Ordre Souverain et Militaire du Temple de Jrusalem” The Knights Templar are a Christian Catholic Protestant and Orthodox fraternal and chivalric Order We have no Masonic or political affiliations Welcome to Knights Templar UK Mysteries legends adventure and myths the history of the Knights Templar has it all It has one of the most recognisable symbols in the world today the red cross In Pope Honorius II assigned the templar Knights the white mantle of the Cistercians on which they wore the red cross with square ends Who were the Knights Templar? HISTORY In the knights received the formal endorsement of the Catholic Church and new recruits and lavish donations began pouring in from across Europe Known for Templar | History Battles Symbols Legacy | Templar also called Knight Templar member of the Poor Knights of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon a religious military order of knighthood established at the time of the Crusades that became a model and inspiration for other military orders The Fall of the Knights Templar The Knights Templar enjoyed considerable fame wealth and power over its lifetime of two centuries However this very power and wealth led to its disastrous fall Once exempted by the Catholic Church and the Pope himself the Templars could not escape their tragic fate brought about by the King of France History of the Knights Templar Wikipedia Philippe IV le Bel


10 thoughts on “The Knights Templars God's Warriors the Devils's Bankers

  1. says:

    I confess to merely skimming through this book because I promised my Mom I would read it but I simply could not stomach the tale of these men and their bloodthirsty greed Mother is a big fan of the Oak Island show on the History Channel and she wanted to read about the Knights Templars so I ordered this book for her and she really liked it but she is interested than I am She sees it as a background for why and how the supposed treasure might be on Oak Island All I could see was a bunch of supposed Christians not behaving according to the creed of their religion I couldn't dive into it the way Mom could and I am ashamed that there were ever such people on the planet I know she would give this book a four star rating she thought it was well written and quite fascinating But for me it was just okay More for the subject than the writing because I will admit that it was well written


  2. says:

    This book is rich in history and sources The order of events were well written However it was hard to read due to the college level language and uses It had my 14 year old scrambling for the dictionary and thesaurus


  3. says:

    The Knights Templars by Frank Aneloo is an overview of how the knights Templar functioned and how they recruited their members and performed their deeds Overall I found the book to lack something The one big thing and this may come from Sanello being a journalist and not a historian is the lack of citations throughout the book and although there is a bibliography in the back I don't get a sense for what plugs in where to read I have no way to evaluate his opinions or conclusions being I do not specialize in this area at all but I found the book to jump around quite a bit and not focus in on a specific area Perhaps those with a greater background in this area can offer on how his book fits in to the ongoing debate but I feel I learned very little from this and I have almost no idea where to go for information due to the way it is organized


  4. says:

    Split into three sections Palestine Europe and Legend the first gets bogged down historically with all the to ing and fro ing the second picks up a pacy narrative tale the third has a lot of interest but loses it's way a little towards the end for the sake of completeness Essentially a book for those with an existing interest Casual readers may find it a little hard going despite the fascinating subject matter