posted on Jan, 22 2014 @ 11:37 AM
Very good thread topic.
Have enjoyed Inmortal Technique since I first heard him.
However, "the name is not coincidental" has always had me baffled.
Web searches will bring you to many different opinions, around many other forums.
But none seem to explain what was "coincidental" about it.
My theory is that due to the translation of Al Aqsa meaning "the farthest/furthest", it was coincidental for the buried scriptures to be unearthed by
the Templars, who had an ideology that was the furthest thing from what the scriptures writers originally wanted, hence leading to the Templars
"misusing" the scriptures like prescription pills.
If I'm wrong I haven't the slightest, and any other insight is most welcomed.
As for the OPs original question, apparently the Templars found Kabbalah scriptures, among other treasures.
The Holy Grail, Ark Of The Covenant, and other such objects are all part of people's theories on what was found, but i believe it was just the
scriptures & precious metals.
I guess we will never truly know. I doubt there are many Templars left to disclose what really happened. Not any Jerusalemites who know for sure what
went missing. So that will probably always be up for debate.
edit on 22-1-2014 by CharlieSpeirs because: (no reason given)