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The King of the Templars


The King of the Templars


Bannockburn : Bruce reviewing his troops before the battle by Edmund Leighton

Introduction As anyone knows who has spent any amount of time researching this subject, trying to establish a lineage of Masonry between all the Lodges, Rites and Degrees is sort of like trying to figure out the pedigree of a Bastard Prince. The Fruit doesn't fall far from the tree and any given bastard is bound to sire a few of his own and, likewise, probably comes from a long line of bastards himself, dating back into the shadowy corridors of History's Pavilion.

Be that as it may, due to my research into the Eagle from the Sea Vision of Ezra's Apocalypse which, in turn, required research into the American Revolutionary War, I was able to finally arrive at a few generalizations that clear up Masonic History and gives one a working knowledge of their history. There may be some exceptions, of course, but, in general, the conclusions about Freemasonry are reliable.

The History of the Templars after the big showdown with the Kings of France and Spain and the Pope, has been open to conjecture since that time with the general consensus being that they ended up in Scotland but the actual proof has never been found although John Robinson (Born in Blood) provides more than enough circumstantial evidence to prove this beyond any reasonable doubt, however, because there is no paper trail, some do not subscribe to this view and end up getting lost in the quagmire of secret and not-so-secret societies.

Robinson logically states that Robert the Bruce needed a cavalry for his upcoming war with England that he knew he could get from the Templars but a written invitation would have, needlessly, tipped off the Crown (who actually employed some of the Templars) and ended his plans before they got off the ground.

Jasper Ridley (The Freemasons), who disagrees with this view, says that Demolay, before he got whacked, had commissioned four Grandmasters and appointed them four cities (Paris, Naples, Stockholm and Edinburgh although I don't believe that he provided any proof of that statement) to save the Templar Legacy. It is doubtful that they were able to continue in Paris or Naples (long beards being a dead give away, hey) and most of em probably weren't too keen on moving way the hell up to Sweden where winter arrives two months early and overstays its welcome by, at least, another two months, leaving Edinburgh as the logical choice for most of them. A few may have fled to Portugal, whose King had invited them over but, since this was still continental Europe, they changed their name and, as with the ones who fled to the Hospitallers, would have ceased to be Templars in one generation.

When we realize that, obviously, they had to go somewhere (preferably off the continent) and with Edinburgh being suggested by the Grandmaster himself, then all that is required to establish this legacy is a public statement of some kind from Robert the Bruce inviting them to come party with him, in Scotland.

The Missing Key to their Legacy has been sitting out in the open in our History Books from the beginning and the only reason no Templar Researcher has found it is because they don't know their Bibles the way the Templars did, nor the way that Robert the Bruce did and, for this reason, they have missed the very public invitation by Robert the Bruce to the Templars which proves that they moved the Headquarters of the Order from Paris up to Scotland (taking the Templar Treasure with them, no doubt).

Robert the Bruce was in line to be King of Scotland but there was one rival in the way. This is the ****head, portrayed in Gibson's Movie Braveheart, who retreated from the field, taking the cavalry with him and leaving Wallace to get his ass kicked by the English.

Wallace had been Knighted by Robert himself (so Baigent & Leigh in The Temple and the Lodge but you have to take everything those morons say with a grain of salt), so Wallace is Robert's boy - his right-hand man - and he had also been made Guardian of Scotland so that this asswipe was committing treason so Robert is right to kill this guy and he accomplished two major goals by doing so. He frees up the way for his own ascent to the throne and, at the same time, he wins the hearts of the Scots for they all loved his boy Wallace (which is assuredly why the ****stain set him up in the first place).

But Robert's real genius was not in who he killed or why but in where he killed this loser, resulting in a Hat Trick (a soccer term for three goals in one game). But, before you can understand this you need a refresher course in Catholicism 101.


John Comyn is killed by Robert the Bruce and Roger de Kirkpatrick before the High Altar of the Greyfriars Church by Henri Felix Emmanuel Phillippoteaux

The Altar of the Lord in every church on the planet at that time was considered to be the exact equivalent of the Holy of Holies in the Jewish Temple of Solomon who, of course, the Templars revere and get their name from. If you were to go to a Coptic Church service today you would still see them prostrate themselves in worship before the altar after 2,000 years where they believe the "Real Presence" of the Lord resides (in the Eucharistic Host on said altar) just as the Jews, to this day, worship towards the Holy Place which, via the Apostles, is where we get it from and, in varying degrees, this is still true of every Catholic, Orthodox, Oriental and Anglican Church today (basically 70% of Christendom).

Thus, the altar, from the Apostles themselves as the Coptic Prayer Book will tell you, is exactly synonymous with the Ark of the Covenant where the Spirit of the Lord resided and, as with the Jewish Temple (there is a command in Scripture that) you were not supposed to shed blood in the House of God and definitely not directly in front of the Holy of Holies (where the Menorah, Table of Show Bread and Altar of Incense was located) in which rested the Ark of the Covenant and the Spirit of the LORD.

It was in this precise location (as pictured above) that Robert the Bruce decided to execute the traitor and, when the Priests tried to move the body, Robert, literally, dragged it right back and ordered them to leave it right there in front of the altar.

The King of the Templars Predictably, the Pope X.O.'d his ass which spread like wildfire across Christendom due to the nature of the atrocity that had earned him this excommunication from the Supreme Pontiff himself and was duly noted by the Templars and, in fact, could not have been ignored by them considering they already knew their days were numbered by this same Pope. Further, because of the nature of the act, this execution (true to Masonic Initiation in cases where one mason had betrayed the order by betraying a fellow Mason as Comyn had Wallace) would have had a far greater audience and impact than if he had actually written an open invitation to the Templar Grandmaster himself - actions speaking louder than words then and now.

But what really got their attention (as he knew it would) was the crystal clear implications of this execution before the Lord's Altar because, when Solomon had been crowned King, his enemies, who had tried to crown a rival prince, scattered and Solomon told Benaiah to hunt the little smuckers down and execute them, which he did, except for one (Joab - David's General), who had fled into the Temple and grabbed ahold of the Horns of the Altar of Incense right in front of the Holy of Holies where the Ark of the Covenant was and wouldn't come out and Benaiah told Solomon about it who ordered Benaiah to kill the traitor right there by the Altar of the Lord.

Robert the Bruce, by executing the traitor (and rival Prince) in the exact same (equivalent) location was claiming to be Solomon the Second, King of the Masons, King of the Templars and there is absolutely no way they could have concluded otherwise.

The Isle of Aberdeen Robert actually succeeded in scoring a fourth goal by one-upping the King of Portugal who had publically invited the Templars to set up shop with him (no doubt out of spite to the King of Spain, primarily). Robert showed in no uncertain terms that he was willing, personally, to defend the Templars with his own life if necessary so, if you were a Templar, knowing that you were about to be rounded up and slaughtered and that no place on the continent was going to be safe (like the Jews on the eve of WWII), what would you have done? Further, if I, who am not a Mason or Templar, could easily figure this out 700 years after the fact, is there any doubt that the Templars understood immediately what Robert was suggesting? 

Thus, it is that (Ridley, pg. 26) the majority of the Templars, with their possessions, fraternity and treasure, ended up on the Isle of Aberdeen, north of the Scotish coast where they started calling themselves Freer (brother per Robinson from fraternal) Masons, which shortened to the, well known, Freemasons of today. The very next year (1313 AD - 700 years ago this year) they helped Robert win the Battle of Bannockburn (pictured at the top) against the British (incognito because the Brits already had some Templars in their army). Eventually, they set up shop in Edinburgh and exported their fraternal organization to (York) England when Scottish King James ascended the Throne in London.

The Templar Reformation By this I am not saying the Templars started the Reformation (which, more likely, was the work of the Protestant Anglo-Saxon Rosicrucians whose most famous member, arguably, was none other than Benjamin Franklin), but that there was a reformation in Masonry that paralleled that in Christianity.

Contrary to popular opinion, there is no evidence (that I have seen) that the Templars hated the Catholic Church for what had happened, regardless of what they thought of the Pope involved. Their primary enemies were the Kings of Spain and France and the Hospitallers (proven by Robinson) whom they (probably correctly) concluded had been the ones who had stirred up the **** storm against them in the first place (follow the money - the Hospitallers got all the Templars property and probably had infiltrated the Templars to discredit them and then fled back home to the Hospitallers when the persecution started). So, up to the Reformation, the Scottish Templars had a continuing affinity for the Catholic Church.

When the Anglican Church broke away from the Catholic Church, it would have drawn some of the Templars with them to become London Lodge Masons. Thus, for all practical purposes, you now have two groups of Masons - the Templar York Lodge Masons and the English London Lodge Masons. The former have an affinity to the Catholics and the latter with the Protestants. This group, of course, hates the Catholic Church leading some to conclude that all Masons do and that they have from the time they went underground but this is not true.

The London Lodge By 1600 the English Masons were on the Throne in England and Masonry, at this time if not sooner, became corrupted by the Babylonian Elements which is the truth behind Masonry's Allegorical Woman who infiltrated the order. This is Jezebel of the Letter to the Anglican Church of Thyatira (from the Letters to the Churches in Revelation). They are known by the Double Headed Eagle of Edom with their occultic 33* Rite. This corruption is for the purpose of controlling and eventually destroying pure York Rite Masonry (which is God Ordained). At the time they were known as the "London Moderns" but subsequently took the name, "Ancient and Accepted Scottish" at the big union in 1813 AD to try and look as authoritative as the Templar "Ancient York" Rite Masonry (which I have been able to prove originated in Predynastic Egypt).

The York Lodge got a foothold in England (in my opinion) when James ascended the Throne and is known by their 7 *'s which is the purest form of Masonry on the planet and is based on the seven day creation week using the first creation account in Genesis as their 'secret' writings. They were joined by Irish Masons (affinity for Catholics) and claimed a 900 Year Lineage for York which predated the Reformation and London Lodge by several centuries and propelled the York Lodge to prominence over the London Lodge in Anglodom.

The Templar Renaissance saw Lodges springing up all over France, Germany, the Isles and Colonies the majority of which were London Lodge. One source (probably Ridley) says that this phenomenal growth was due to the twin fires that hit London and Edinburgh in 1666 and 67 respectively, wiping out both cities and requiring an enormous influx of skilled laborers to rebuild both capitals who ended up joining the fraternity as well.

The Templar Enlightenment resulted from (Protestant) Rationalism and Darwinian Evolution (spawning Socialism and Communism) and affected, primarily, English Masonry bringing Deism into the Crown and Lodge of London where it, of course, filtered down to the Founding Fathers of America.

The Templar Revolution The schism between Scottish Masons and the English Masons had its counterparts in America (H. Paul Jeffers, Freemasons, pg. 54), with the London Modern Lodge in control of all the colonies except one that was under the Ancient York Lodge - Pennsylvania where the Founding Fathers met to plan the Revolution at Philadelphia which was, basically, our first capital.

The people who belonged to the London Lodge (such as Washington and Arnold) were generally Loyalists with those in the York Lodge being the Colonialists (like Adams). By the time the war started you had Lodges in all the Colonies.

At the time of the revolution, England was in the process of bringing these two branches back together again under one Lodge and they had managed to lay aside most of their differences and were close to closing the deal. This is why they were all good buddies regardless of which side of the war they were on or which side of the Atlantic, with the Officers rubbing shoulders with each other and most of the Founding Fathers really not caring who won the war (or, like Washington, if they threw the war) cause they would still have their plantations or their fleet of Merchant ships regardless of who won which they, of course, all assumed would be England.

The Templar Bombshell was dropped into this bastardly quagmire of strange bedfellows by a guy by the name of General Charles Lee getting himself arrested on Friday the 13th (the anniversary of the arrest of Templar Grandmaster Demolay) which made it look like the London Lodge had just declared war on the York Lodge and had the predictable effect of polarizing everyone into one of two camps.

Either you were for the Crown under the London Lodge or for Liberty under the York Lodge. It didn't take long for everyone to jump off the fence onto one side or the other (except George who would stay on the fence for the entire war until he found out Arnie was trying to get him captured which assuredly, by then, would have gotten him executed by the Crown and then he jumped off the fence and the war was over within the year) and that was the real turning point of the war.

This little bombshell, with about the same result, is very similar to what Robert the Bruce had done, basically making General Charles Lee the new King of the Templars which is why the Crown bombed Charles Town (as it was called) the very next spring. 21

The Templar Scepter explains why both George and Cornwallis chose a location named York to end the war. Washington had settled for New York and would not budge on the matter even though the rest of the country thought it was suicide (which it would have been) until Cornwallis dug in at Yorktown and then George ditches the New York idea to go to Yorktown to accept Cornwallis' surrender. With Cornwallis (even though a York Templar) representing England (and the London Lodge) and Washington representing the York Lodge, it was, virtually, as if the London Lodge had submitted to the York Lodge.

The Templar Legacy It took England 36 years to repair the damage that Lee had done but they finally united the two Lodges in 1813 - right smack dab in the middle of the U.S. British War of 1812, in an attempt to re-acquire the scepter but there was no one straddling the fence this time so they got their asses handed to themselves on a platter within two years and that was the end of that.

By 1830 or so, William Russell and Alphonso Taft organized the Skull and Bonehead Society which has held that Scepter since that time placing several Presidents in office from their society which is actually the subject of the Eagle from the Sea Vision of Ezra's Apocalypse.

The Bible that they still use for inaugurations is, of course, a 1611 King James Masonic Version originally produced by the Scottish Templar King James and which includes that very vision of judgment.

But that's a story for another time.


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