Les Relations des Jésuites contiennent 6 tomes et défont le mythe du bon Sauvage de Jean-Jacques Rousseau, et aussi des légendes indiennes pour réclamer des territoires, ainsi que la fameuse «spiritualité amérindienne».

dimanche, janvier 27, 2008

241-247 THE KNIGHTS TEMPLAR 1118-1307

Ce qui suit nous apprend comment la légende de la tombe de Jésus et son soi-disant mariage avec Marie Madeleine a commencé. Il y a même eu un livre produit par la Franc-Maçonnerie récemment, ainsi que la soi-disant découverte de la tombe de Jésus...

Les francs-maçons croient que le Christ existe et qu’Il est Dieu, mais ils croient aussi que Lucifer existe et qu’il est le dieu à adorer. Pour se donner de l’importance et de la crédibilité, ils ont créé une légende de toutes pièces.

Le Christ a célébré au moins un mariage et c’est documenté dans la Bible. Il y a aucune mention d’un mariage du Christ. Qui plus est, le Christ est ressuscité, donc pas dans un tombeau à attendre que les frères trois petits points Le découvrent en un quelconque cimetière. Étant le Créateur de l’univers, donc de l’homme, pourquoi aurait-il cru bon de faire la promotion de l’inceste en ayant des enfants avec sa propre création? Quand avons-nous vu ou entendu qu’un potier eut trouvé bon de reproduire d’autres pots en se croisant avec un pot? Jamais les frères trois petits points vont trouver la tombe de Jésus. De même, si les maçons qui se disent de la ligné de Jésus disaient vrai, ils ne le cacheraient certainement pas. Ils devraient quand même expliquer pourquoi ils font partie de la secte satanique. Nous attendons toujours leurs savantes explications.

En ce qui concerne le trésor des francs-maçons, ce n’est pas dans un cimetière ou dans une île qu’il est caché, mais bien en vue dans les banques, les pots-de-vin, etc. Ce sont eux qui impriment l’argent, qui la prêtent à des taux usuraires, qui font faire faillite aux pays et aux gens. Où se trouve l’argent, se trouve un franc-maçon.

La franc-maçonnerie, blanche ou noire, peu importe la couleur, est une secte satanique. Elle fabrique les légendes concernant le mariage de Jésus et sa descendance - dont eux seraient les héritiers de Jésus - sans l’ombre d’une preuve. La crédulité, l’ignorance et la propagande subtile de la secte font que ces légendes ont la vie dure. Quand Pie XII parlait de la propagande insidieuse qui aurait lieu, il parlait bien de cette propagande des frères trois petits points. Ils veulent faire croire que le Christ n’était, après tout, qu’un homme et non le Fils de Dieu.

jacques Clouseau

Let us look back to the foundation and dissolution of the Knights Templar:

'The Knights Templar was founded in 1118 A.D. under the name of the Order of the Poor Knights of Christ and the Temple of Solomon, 19 years after the capture of the Holy City during the First Christian Crusade. It was a shadowy order of warrior-monks who played a very crucial role in the Christian Crusades, fighting and dying by the thousands. These monks, dressed in white capes with splayed red crosses, were the storm troopers in the siege of the Holy Land. They fought to reclaim the sepulchre of Jesus Christ and the Holy Land from the Muslims. 'The Templars had made pledges to obedience, poverty, and chastity and their sole allegiance was to the Pope. They were thus totally independent of the rule of any king, prince, or prelate. Admission to the Order required that the new recruit sign over all possessions. The Templar's holdings proliferated as the sons of noble families throughout Europe flocked to the Order. As well, wealthy Crusade supporters donated vast amounts of money, goods, and land. While the Order welcomed all the donations and gifts with open arms, it disposed of nothing. The Order's constitution disallowed any form of divestiture even for noble causes such as to ransom a leader.

'It was the Templars who established the institution of modern banking, and this industrious order became the bankers for every throne in Europe by lending large sums to destitute monarchs. They came to own their own seaports, shipyards, and

'As well as amassing great wealth, the Templars became a powerful organization with strong international influences, acting often as mediators between nobles and monarchs throughout the Western world and the Holy Land. But their wealth, influence, and independence were to be short-lived.

'By 1306 the Crusades were over and the Holy Land had fallen almost entirely under Muslim control. The Templars had lost their raison d'etre and King Philip IV of France was determined to rid his country of the Order. They had a military force much stronger than his; they were arrogant and unruly; they were firmly established throughout his country; and, perhaps above all, he owed them a lot of money. With the Pope's support, King Philip compiled a list of charges which were in part derived from information provided by the king's spies who had infiltrated the Order. Armed with sufficient accusations to deliver his blow, the king issued secret orders to his agents throughout the country, stipulating a simultaneous arrest of all the Templars in France at dawn on Friday, October 13, 1307. Furthermore, all of their estates and goods were to be confiscated for the Crown. Even though a number of knights escaped the dragnet, the arrest was largely successful. But Philip failed in his main objective: to acquire the Templar's immense wealth. The Templar's treasure had mysteriously disappeared.

'According to rumour, the Order had received advance warning of the planned arrest and they arranged to have the treasure smuggled by night from Parisian estates and transported by wagons to the coast and finally to the Templar's naval base at LaRochelle. There, the fortune was loaded onto 18 galleys and shipped off to sea - never to be heard from again....

'[T]he treasure might have ended up buried on Oak Island [Nova Scotia, Canada]. But this is only one of many versions of the story connecting the Knights Templar to the treasure hunt.

'Although the Pope officially dissolved the Knights Templar in 1312 under pressure by the King, the Order wasn't completely wiped out. A number of knights remained at large - either by acquittal or through escape - and the Order went underground.Philip's attempts to persuade his fellow European monarchs to help eliminate the Order were unsuccessful. While some Templars were arrested in England, most received only light sentences such as a few years of penance in an abbey or monastery.

'Many knights found refuge in Scotland which was at war with England at the time. According to legend, the Order maintained itself as a coherent body in Scotland for another 400 years. In the Lorraine section of Germany, the Order was supported by the duke of the principality, while in Portugal, the Order simply modified its name to 'Kings of Christ' and continued on well into the 1500s.

'Although the connection between Oak Island and the Templars may seem tenuous, folks ... point out that Henry Sinclair of Scotland (who, they believe, was a Templar) visited Nova Scotia in 1398, a date established by the American historian and author, Frederick Pohl. They figure that Sinclair arrived to either conceal or recover the treasure of the Templars. After several months of exploration, he built a refuge castle at New Ross, about 17 miles from Oak Island, in the watershed area of the Gold River. And he proceeded to plant the oaks on Oak Island to serve as a beacon for future refugees in search of his castle. Since it would be the only island bearing oak trees, all the refugee had to do was to find it and then follow Gold River which emptied into the bay only two miles to the north. As for the Money Pit, it was to serve as a temporary repository for the treasure that was to be transported to the island refuge. Alternatively, the Money Pit was deemed to be a vault to hold the gold that was panned from Gold River, destined for European markets.

'Others speculate that the Oak Island oaks were planted hundreds of years before Sinclair's visit, and that the castle had been built at that same time. According to this version of the tale, Sinclair knew of the whereabouts of the oak-treed island and the river that ran down from a refuge castle. When he arrived, he found the castle in ruins but proceeded to build a new one on its foundation.

'The idea that there was a castle at New Ross is not without some support. In 1979 I received a letter from a lady in New Ross who said that she and her husband had bought a house in that village in 1972 that 'stands on a castle mound [the ruins of a castle].' She was unable to find anyone to authenticate her discovery. The lady and her husband have since moved away and this fragment of history has yet
to be pursued.

After offering their speculations on the Knights Templar and Henry Sinclair and his castle, the investigators brought up the subject of the modern-day Masons. They astutely noted that several high-ranking Masons of the 20th century have been associated with Oak Island, which brought to mind names like Frederick Blair, Gilbert Hedden, George W. Grimm Jr. (Hedden's New Jersey lawyer), Mel Chappell, and Reginald V. Harris - all members of the Masonic Lodge. Did they have a secret connection with the medieval Knights Templar and its vast treasure? The authors of The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail assert that some Masonic lodges have added the level of 'Templar' to rituals and appellations said to have been passed down from the original Order of the Knights Templar. They also note that at least three contemporary organizations call themselves Templars. In a letter to George W. Grimm, Jr. dated 5 November 1963, Reginald V. Harris makes mention of a Templar Order. Harris writes: 'I got away for a few days to the Knights Templar Assembly at Montreal, in August.....

'The Investigators feel that the Cross of Oak Island may have a religious meaning connected with secrets held by the Masons, and that if there is a treasure on Oak Island, it is likely to contain religious material of untold significance for future generations. Indeed, the Templars are believed to have been the custodians of some great treasure as well as holders of a momentous secret from the Christian tradition. Indeed, we know that Templar-inspired secret societies endure to the present day.

'The authors of The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail attempt to unravel the great secret that has been protected by the Templars. Rather than being the cup or platter used by Jesus Christ at the Last Supper and by Joseph of Arimathea to collect drops of Jesus' blood at the crucifixion, they believe that the Holy Grail is a lineage, pedigree, or bloodline of people. Jesus Christ was part of that bloodline, either from birth or through marriage. He fathered children thus making the bloodline 'holy'. His wife Mary Magdalene and offspring fled the Holy Land, found a refuge in southern France, and preserved their lineage in a Jewish community. Rather than being a physical object, the Holy Grail is a symbol of Jesus' bloodline and his wife's womb from which the bloodline came forth.

'By 1100 Jesus' descendants had risen to a state of great prominence in Europe and also in Palestine. They knew their pedigree and ancestry but it became necessary for them to prove their bloodline to Jesus. And that proof lay buried beneath the Temple of Solomon. The Knights Templar's original mission was to find it.

'A mid-12th-century pilgrim to the Holy Land, Johann von Wurzburg, reportedly saw stables beneath the Temple large enough to accommodate 2,000 horses. As it turned out, the Knights Templar quartered their horses in these stables. It is theorized that these stables were built following a huge excavation by the Templars, in which they found what they were looking for and brought it back to
Europe for concealment. About what was concealed, the authors of
The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail write, 'It may have been Jesus' mummified body. It may have been the equivalent, so to speak, of Jesus' marriage licence, and/or the birth certificates of his children. It may have been something of comparable explosive import. Any or all of these items might have been referred to as the Holy Grail.' What happened to the Templar's find remains a mystery. . . . the Cross must be connected with a religious organization ... who else but a Templar or a Masonic order would construct a Christian cross? ....

Collectively, the disappearance of the Templar treasure in 1307, Masons digging on Oak Island, Henry Sinclair's visit to Nova Scotia, and the presence of stones laid in a crucifix pattern provide what the investigators say is circumstantial evidence that Oak Island hides a religious treasure of enormous value' (William S. Crooker, Oak Island Gold, Halifax: Nimbus, 1993, pp. 183-91).

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