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‘So, you’re saying the Cathars, the Templars and the Freemasons are all really the same?’ ‘I believe so. The papacy forbade Catholics from becoming Freemasons and accused the Masons of worshipping a false god. The Freemasons’ ceremonies and rites are all connected with the Temple of Solomon, and the proper name of the Knights Templar is The Order of the Poor Knights of the Temple of Solomon.’ Harrington leaned forward. ‘OK, for argument’s sake, let’s say you’re right. How do the Nazis fit in? Are you implying that they’re linked to the Cathars and the Templars too?’ Gresnick gave a sardonic smile. ‘I don’t have any conclusive proof, but it’s well known that Himmler thought of the SS as an order of knights: as the modern successors of the Knights Templar and their Germanic counterparts, the Teutonic Knights. He was obsessed with the Spear of Destiny and the Holy Grail, both of which are strongly linked to the Templars. The Holy Grail was rumoured to be the Cathars’ most sacred treasure. Otto Rahn, an expert on the Cathars, was personally appointed to the SS by Himmler and was sent on expeditions to the Languedoc to look for it. There’s no doubt Himmler was fascinated by the Cathars and the Templars, but I think it goes further than that. The Cainite Destiny suggests that the Nazis thought they could trace their lineage back to Cain and I think that two of the stopping-off points in the Nazis’ ancestry are the Cathars and the Knights Templar. When Otto Rahn was exploring caves in the Sabarthès Mountains in the Languedoc, he found hidden chambers where the walls were inscribed with Templar and Cathar symbols, side by side. There were also depictions of the Spear of Destiny, the Holy Grail, and the Ark of the Covenant.’ ‘You know what you’ve done?’ Vernon said. ‘You’ve linked just about every conspiracy theory imaginable: Atlantis, Cathars, Druids, Freemasons, Nazis, the Knights Templar, the Ark of the Covenant, the Spear of Destiny, the Holy Grail – they’re all in there.’ ‘What if all the conspiracies we’re familiar with are subsets of a much bigger conspiracy?’ Gresnick replied. ‘A superconspiracy, if you will. Each minor conspiracy theory gives us a tantalizing glimpse of the superconspiracy – a taste of the truth but no more than that. So, we’re always left with unanswered questions and room for new conspiracy theories. But, with the superconspiracy, every smaller conspiracy is explained, every answer given, every loose end tied up. All along, there weren’t separate conspiracies, just one huge, misunderstood conspiracy.’
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Originally posted by Lateralussicksicksick
reply to post by RANDOMguess
Have you guys bothered at least reading some part of the book before replying to this thread?
That's why this threads always gets derailed because people do not read the information given to them.
Originally posted by Frankidealist35
I don't think that they want to kill God. I think that they want to be God. They want to be the creators, and to act as if they were the creators in their images. All of these religious people who enter politics play that way because they want to push their faith based agenda so they can get all the fame and glory that comes with it. Then people will follow their agenda and follow their beliefs and what not. Killing God would get in their way.