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jordyn

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The Knights Templar
« on: November 27, 2012, 10:16:59 am »

Knights of Templar, huh? Have you read Umberto Eco's Foucault's Pendulum? I got a chance to read it a couple of years ago and for quite some time was obsessed with Templars:) A great read, you should def check it out!! And I assume you probably read Brown's books....:)

I find this conversation more interesting than the archangel one, so i would like to reply in a thread that's designed for a templar discussion.  :)

Unfortunately I don't read much of anything anymore, i do watch a lot of documentaries on the knights of Templar and they have some amazing movies about them. I most recently watched Arn the knight Templar and was surprised to find out it was based in actual history that resulted in the formation of Sweden as a country. Anything about a small group of warriors that defeat a much larger army fascinates me.

In addition to the associations they have with the Masons, i think they'd be a fascinating twist to the formation of America, since the masons seem to have been so involved with our founding fathers.

"The world that God made is inherently comprised of relationships, symmetries, analogia, anagogy, poetic wisdom. Thus is the language of symbolism."

 

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