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The Templars, their treasure, NOW in Begium/Ellezelles ?

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posted on Nov, 24 2010 @ 08:50 AM
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First of all a link to videos in English about the Knights Templar, very intresting.
templier.weebly.com...

Sorry for my English as I am French.

The Templars were armed kind of military monks and did take part in the crusades but got too much power and fortune so the King of France Philip le Bel did persecute them therefore also because he had to pay lots of money back to the Templars. This way he was rid of them AND his debt.
Now there is a man in Belgium, living in Ellezelles/Wodecq, a little village in Wallonia
( French part of Belgium ), his name is Rudy Cambier and he lives in a house he got from his father. He pretends that the treasure of the Templars is buried in some place up there.
In that very old house there is a Templar cross on the ceiling of the cellar and some research was already done by a English specialist.
For what I know but still looking for more information, some guy up there in the 1200/1300 A.C. Yves de Lessines, a priest form Cambron got the treasure from a Templar to put it in a secure place. He did write a text that was later wrongly attributed to Nostradamus.
They speak also about finding 21 buried barrels that Yves de Lessines was also writing about.
The Templars wanted to get their treasure back later to reconstruct their order with the new Grand Master “ l’Attendu “ who never did get in place.
The Templars were persecuted and Jacques de Molay, the Grand Master did curse the King and the Pope just before his death on the stake and they both died some months later.
There is a fantastic book about the Templars, but in French, Les Rois Maudits from Maurice Druon.
Now the fact is that they are looking up there in Ellezelles to find the treasure !!! and lots of documents buried with it. They tell us about a 12.000 kg. of gold !!!
The man Rudy Cambier looking after the treasure did write a book in French : Le Dernier Templier, ( Pierre de Lune editor ).
Just good for knowing ! Waiting for more news soon ??

edit on 24-11-2010 by Sunlionspirit because: (no reason given)

edit on 24-11-2010 by Sunlionspirit because: error




posted on Nov, 24 2010 @ 12:57 PM
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I sure hope Rudy Cambier is a made up name. If not, then this poor man will have to deal with treasure hunters breaking into his house and trying to find the treasure. That would make for a bad time.



posted on Nov, 24 2010 @ 01:21 PM
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If you want to know the truth about the templars and their treasure, you should probably join the York Rite of Freemasonry...



posted on Nov, 24 2010 @ 11:39 PM
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no, it is his real name !!
he is a professor
but that treasure is not in that house, but in the surroundings.
here some more info : www.amazon.com...

The Wallon government is helping him now for research !



posted on Nov, 25 2010 @ 12:12 AM
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yeah maybe, why not ! if I only lived up there ...
but I do not say this is the only real answer to that story !!
I just tell you about what is happening NOW about it !
It is just so fascinating all together, secret societies etc etc .... just very fascinating because it is also OUR past history in those dark ages !
Non nobis Domine non nobis sed Nomini Tuo da gloriam.



posted on Nov, 25 2010 @ 01:19 AM
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Njah, I still think the rosslyn chappel is most likely place for what ever is left of templars. Why you might ask? Cause it has huge amounts of templar symbols 250 years after templars were dismantled and huge amount of freemason symbols 150 years before freemasons were officially started.



posted on Nov, 25 2010 @ 04:50 AM
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Originally posted by Sunlionspirit
reply to post by network dude
 


here some more info : www.amazon.com...

Editorial Reviews
Product Description
Rudy Cambier's decade long research and analysis of the verses of Nostradamus' 'prophecies' has shown that the language of those verses does not belong in the 16th Century, nor in Nostradamus' region of Provence. The language spoken in the verses belongs to the medieval times of the 14th Century, and the Belgian borders. The documents known as Nostradamus' prophecies were not written in ca. 1550 by the French 'visionary' Michel de Nostradame. Instead, they were composed between 1323 and 1328 by a Cistercian monk, Yves de Lessines, prior of the abbey of Cambron, on the border between France and Belgium. According to the author, these documents reveal the location of a Templar treasure. This key allowed Cambier to translate the 'prophecies'. But rather than being confronted with a series of cataclysms and revelations of future events, Cambier discovered a possible even more stunning secret. Yves de Lessines had waited for many years for someone called 'l'attendu', the expected one. This person was supposed to come to collect the safeguarded treasures of the Knights Templar, an organisation suppressed in 1307. But no-one came. Hence, the prior decided to impart the whereabouts and nature of the treasure in a most cryptic manner in verses. 220 years later, this document was stolen from a library by Nostradamus, who would make the enigmatic texts world famous, claiming they were 'prophecies'. The story, however, does not end here. The location identified in the documents and discovered by Cambier has since been shown to indeed contain what Yves de Lessines said they would contain: barrels of gold, silver and documents.



posted on Nov, 25 2010 @ 04:54 AM
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I still think that most of the Templar Treasure was secreted from France at St. Nazaire with the fleet of 18 Templar ships.



posted on Nov, 25 2010 @ 04:58 AM
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sorry but in French, more about this :

www.lameuse.be...



posted on Nov, 25 2010 @ 05:01 AM
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Thank you. I will read it later, but at first glance looks good. Where I live, near Carcassonne, Templar mythology is rife.



posted on Nov, 25 2010 @ 05:13 AM
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The wallon gouvernment could shurely use that gold at the moment... hahaha (belgian insider joke)
No seriously, I bet there's more in Belgium going on at this time,
the wallon gouvernment shouldn't be occupied with finding treasures, they should have to worry about the existence of Belgium as a federal state



posted on Nov, 25 2010 @ 05:24 AM
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you are right, totally right !!
but I just find this is all good and fascinating for the moment so we can forget all those problems for a while !!!

not only in Belgium there are problems, also in Ireland, etc etc ..... understand ?
and in USA ??? I hear Sarah Palin is going to help North Korea ???
yes, you read it well NORTH Korea she wants to help ......

so, let us forget those economic and other problems for a big while and dream about Templars or other secret medieval stories .....



posted on Nov, 25 2010 @ 01:10 PM
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in french, petition for further examination and conservation of the place named Blanc Scourchet in Ellezelles where the study of the ancient texts from Yves de Lessines ( 1323 +/- ) does indicate the treasure of the Templars should be found .......

www.lapetition.be...
50°43'4.21"N - 3°42'35.79"E

OK, nice looking for the ones really intrested in it !!



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