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History of The Knights Templar

History of The Knights Templar Set up in 1119 CE, the Knights Templar was an archaic military request associated with the Catholic Church. Albeit the Order was set up in 1119 CE, it was not given ecclesiastical acknowledgment until 1129 CE. The Knights Templar was set up to guard travelers and Christian blessed locales in the Middle East and other areas of the planet. History of The Knights Templar The central command of the Knights Templar was first at Jerusalem before it...

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Masonic Knights Templar Swords

Masonic Knights Templar Swords Most Knights Templar swords accessible today are formal or emblematic swords. They aren't intended for battling or to be utilized as a weapon. They are likewise not the same as the swords utilized in the middle Ages by the Knights Templar to ensure travelers and battle battles during the Crusades. Blades utilized by the Templars of those days were plain, and not enhanced like Masonic swords of today. Knights Templar blades are important and can be given starting...

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Masonic Aprons

Masonic Aprons What exactly is an apron? An apron is a clothing garment that protects our clothes from getting damaged while we are performing various tasks. For example, someone doing carpentry, blacksmithing, or stonework would wear an apron. In contrast, a Masonic Aprons is worn from the waist down, while these aprons are long enough to cover the chest to about mid-thigh. It has been traditional to wear an apron during religious ceremonies like those of the Egyptian or Hebrew priests, who wore what is known as...

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Women and the Knights Templar

Women and the Knights Templar The Knights Templar are without a doubt one of the most well-known groups of the medieval world. Many movies or novels depict bout their secretive nature explored. The knight templars are respected for their loyalty, bravery, devotion to their faith. Many myths around the life of Knight templars. The Knights' friendship with women is one of the most understudied facts of their lives. The Temple Order's rule adopted a conservative monastic approach toward women. On the...

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