posted on Mar, 16 2012 @ 01:19 AM
Actually, a few other comments now that I've had a few hours to reflect on the video.
First, I wish there was more content to cover the 400 years between Bannockburn and UGLE. That kind of gets washed over with a hand wave. If there
were concrete proof that any of the surviving Templars continued teaching Templar tradition, and that got passed on for 13+ generations without
leaving a shred of evidence, then that would be something. But somehow, I suspect you don't actually have any proof…
Second, going back to the whole Baphomet/Templars worshiping pagan gods hoax. It really doesn't do any good to try to paint them in that light.
Again, it was coerced confessions given under torture, and they recanted those confessions when they weren't being threatened. So the confessions are
pretty much useless.
No, the truth of the matter is that the Templars when they were committing atrocities against the Muslims during the Crusades were doing so at the
order, and by the authority of the Catholic church.
When the church severed ties with them, cut them off, and had them killed, they may have stopped being Catholic, but they didn't stop being
Christian. If you're going down the path that they were in positions of power with James I and onward, then you have to come to the conclusion that
they were involved in the Church of England. It's possible that King James himself was a Mason, and that the King James Bible was translated, in
part, by Masonic scholars.
It seems like the direction of your documentary intends to paint the Templars as Satanists, in opposition to both the Christians and the Muslims, but
the truth is, they were always Christian and continue to be so.
I know that won't fit into your concept of a nefarious New World Order plot, but it's the truth.