The Knights Templar operate on a local, state and national level. But their religious activities extend across international borders as well. The national governing body for the Knights Templar in the USA is The Grand Encampment of Knights Templar. This unit defines the 11 rituals and laws governing state and local level organizations. The state level is called A Grand Commandery of Knights Templar. This organization represents members of a state or an area of equivalent size. Finally, the local … Continue reading →
Templar History Magazine is a quarterly publication of all things Templar. Each issue brings informative articles on the History, Mystery, Myth and Legacy of the Knights Templar, past, present and future.
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It’s just a conspiracy theory, right? The yearning for a single world government can be traced all the way back to the Tower of Babel. If you believe in the Bible as I do, you know God wasn’t to happy about that little gathering. The secret societies that have been used to foster this ongoing goal can be traced back to Babylon, Egypt, Greek and Gnostic cults, the Knights Templar, Rosicrucians, Freemasons, and the Illuminati.
The Knights Templar is a Christian-oriented fraternal organization that was founded in the 11th century. Originally, the Knights Templar were laymen who protected and defended Christians traveling to Jerusalem. These men took vows of poverty, chastity and obedience, and were renowned for their fierceness and courage in battle. Today, the Knights Templar display their courage and goodwill in other ways. They organize fund-raising activities such as breakfasts, dinners, dances, and flea markets. They support Masonic-related youth groups and they raise … Continue reading →