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Last charge of the Knights Templar


Posted on Monday, 24 March, 2008 | Comment icon 3 comments


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Comment icon #1 Posted by HollyDolly on 24 March, 2008, 19:08
I just think it's a publicity stunt. While no expert,I think many of the Knights Templar went and joined other orders of knights, or may have changed their name,to something else,in order to survive. The Teutonic Knights still exist, but strictly as a religious order in the Catholic church of men and women invovled in charity work in Germany and Austria. Think these guys read Dan Brown's book once to often.
Comment icon #2 Posted by therion24 on 25 March, 2008, 6:17
The freemasons are the true 21st century Knights Templar.
Comment icon #3 Posted by kobolds on 25 March, 2008, 19:08
the name of Knights Templar was given by church . that's not the original name .


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