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The True Role of the Knights Templar

Updated on July 16, 2015
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The Knights Templar play protagonists in our Lucanian research. They built cathedrals all over the region in exquisital patterns unknown to the normal person. In Acerenza, the sacred geometry designed in the Santa Maria Assunta / San Canio Vescovo cathedral was discovered by engineer Gianni Glinni to have the same geometry as the Temple of Solomon. New research has discovered Mary Hardy Ph.D., and according to Mary, “the cathedrals were resonating chambers to help humanity resonate the proper frequencies. These chambers are all tied into the Great Pyramid. Their purpose is to change the electromagnetic frequency of every living thing on the planet.” The Templars did this to stabilize the vortexes all over Europe. They were mostly from the bloodline of Jesus and Mary.


There are the high peaks of the Dolomites Mountains that surround neighboring towns of Acerenza and we’ve discovered upon the five peaks (that in the air would form a literal ‘merkaba’ or pentagram vortex) the Knights Templar constructed five cathedrals, I believe were used as antenna systems. The five-pointed star represents the Feminine energy or 'Shakti'.

According to Mary Hardy, the sacred geometry that surrounds Rennes-le-Chateau in France was designed to open this doorway to humankind. She says, the true mysterious of Rennes-le-Chateau is that it holds the sacred geometry that can rebirth the planet into a higher frequency. The entire area contains many stargates into the 12th dimension. After the death of Christ, the Cathars moved into this area. Montsegur is a very sacred place. The Cathars were remnants of the Essenes the true followers of the religion that created Jesus and Mary. The Knights Templar fine-tuned the area by creating Notre Dame--which simply means the Divine Feminine. The Templars mission was to regrid all of the earth. This went directly in opposition to the churches mission which was to control humanity, and so on that dark day of Friday the 13th 1307, the Knights Templar were massacred burnt at the stake, just as the Cathars in 1244 in Montsègur during the 13th century Medieval Inquisition.

Upon the premises in the town of Acerenza in Lucania sits the mansion (housed clergy in 12th century) owned by the Glinni brothers. Behind it in a short distance, a hill similar to the Irish burial mounds was discovered. As of present, it has not been excavated, but to my curiosity and input from Mary Hardy, I believe the possibility exists that underneath this earthly form, a pyramid-shaped structure is hidden as another antenna system, not a tomb as assumed. Acerenza is a very powerful area full of vortexes, just like many in the region of Lucania, housing an important underground river forming “ley lines” from Mentaponto to Acerenza. Ley lines are properly defined as straight over-ground energy lines that echo the sinuous paths of larger underground rivers.

The Truth of the Knights Templar, Mary Hardy

Late in the Eleventh century, a group of men known as the clandestine monks created the Crusades to win back Jerusalem, so that they could reestablish the Essene knowledge on the planet. Jerusalem means "New Salem." Salem was the birth place of the Order of Melchizidek. It is here that the wisdom of the Essenes came from. This is why the Crusades were created.

In 1099, Jerusalem was recaptured. Godfrey was made the king of Jerusalem and allowed nine men to dig in the ruins of Solomon's temple to find the secrets of the Essenes. The Essene material was buried with the destruction of the temple in 70 AD. In 1118, the Order of the Knights Templar was founded to protect this discovery of the Ark of the Covenant and records of Essene wisdom. The Templars used the Ark of the Covenant to ‘advance in time’ so that they could bring back the architecture of the great cathedrals to reestablish the grid so that humanity could advance in consciousness, and the great Pleiadian experiment could be accomplished.


Reviewing this new information brings a bright new perspective into the entire research of the Knight’s Templar in Lucania and all over the world. It also brings to light a quite astonishing feel for that sacred place where the Rennes-le-Chateau vibrates.

Through this newly acquired knowledge, the set-ups of the cathedrals that run along ley lines or placed in rows or in circular patterns start to make sense. We may call the Knights Templar by their proper name “Light Workers.”

Jacqueline J. Jarvis


Crusade Against the Grail: The Struggle between the Cathars, the Templars, and the Church of Rome

Crusade Against the Grail: The Struggle between the Cathars, the Templars, and the Church of Rome
Crusade Against the Grail: The Struggle between the Cathars, the Templars, and the Church of Rome

The first English translation of the book that reveals the Cathar stronghold at Montségur to be the repository of the Holy Grail

• Presents the history of the Papal persecution of the Cathars that lies hidden in the medieval epic Parzival and in the poetry of the troubadours

• Provides new insights into the life and death of this gifted and controversial author

Crusade Against the Grail is the daring book that popularized the legend of the Cathars and the Holy Grail. The first edition appeared in Germany in 1933 and drew upon Rahn’s account of his explorations of the Pyrenean caves where the heretical Cathars sect sought refuge during the 13th century. Over the years the book has been translated into many languages and exerted a large influence on such authors as Trevor Ravenscroft and Jean-Michel Angebert, but it has never appeared in English until now.

 

Crusade Against the Grail: The Struggle between the Cathars, the Templars, and the Church of Rome

Crusade Against the Grail: The Struggle between the Cathars, the Templars, and the Church of Rome
Crusade Against the Grail: The Struggle between the Cathars, the Templars, and the Church of Rome

The first English translation of the book that reveals the Cathar stronghold at Montségur to be the repository of the Holy Grail

• Presents the history of the Papal persecution of the Cathars that lies hidden in the medieval epic Parzival and in the poetry of the troubadours

• Provides new insights into the life and death of this gifted and controversial author

Crusade Against the Grail is the daring book that popularized the legend of the Cathars and the Holy Grail. The first edition appeared in Germany in 1933 and drew upon Rahn’s account of his explorations of the Pyrenean caves where the heretical Cathars sect sought refuge during the 13th century. Over the years the book has been translated into many languages and exerted a large influence on such authors as Trevor Ravenscroft and Jean-Michel Angebert, but it has never appeared in English until now.

Much as German archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann used Homer’s Iliad to locate ancient Troy, Rahn believed that Wolfram von Eschenbach’s medieval epic Parzival held the keys to the mysteries of the Cathars and the secret location of the Holy Grail. Rahn saw Parzival not as a work of fiction, but as a historical account of the Cathars and the Knights Templar and their guardianship of the Grail, a “stone from the stars.” The Crusade that the Vatican led against the Cathars became a war pitting Roma (Rome) against Amor (love), in which the Church triumphed with flame and sword over the pure faith of the Cathars.

The first English translation of the book that reveals the Cathar stronghold at Montségur to be the repository of the Holy Grail

• Presents the history of the Papal persecution of the Cathars that lies hidden in the medieval epic Parzival and in the poetry of the troubadours

• Provides new insights into the life and death of this gifted and controversial author

Crusade Against the Grail is the daring book that popularized the legend of the Cathars and the Holy Grail. The first edition appeared in Germany in 1933 and drew upon Rahn’s account of his explorations of the Pyrenean caves where the heretical Cathars sect sought refuge during the 13th century. Over the years the book has been translated into many languages and exerted a large influence on such authors as Trevor Ravenscroft and Jean-Michel Angebert, but it has never appeared in English until now.

Much as German archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann used Homer’s Iliad to locate ancient Troy, Rahn believed that Wolfram von Eschenbach’s medieval epic Parzival held the keys to the mysteries of the Cathars and the secret location of the Holy Grail. Rahn saw Parzival not as a work of fiction, but as a historical account of the Cathars and the Knights Templar and their guardianship of the Grail, a “stone from the stars.” The Crusade that the Vatican led against the Cathars became a war pitting Roma (Rome) against Amor (love), in which the Church triumphed with flame and sword over the pure faith of the Cathars.

 

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      jacqklin 

      3 years ago from ITALY

      ? What?

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      Bobby 

      3 years ago

      So true. Honesty and everything reindoczeg.

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      Joseph 

      4 years ago

      My name is a variation of Acerenza , my relatives told me that our ancestor was a Templar and fought in the crusades , I want to start a dialog with you jhunted7777@gmail.com

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