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When we use spiritual teachings like ACIM to reject the here and now, we will not transcend space/time. What we reject, stays with us. There is no other place to achieve. The very notion of place is misleading. The problem of separation is already solved or better was never so. If we are ready to stop judging and start joining instead, we will find the promised land in the very space the drama of space/time was unfolding. Our true identity is hidden in this very space, which pervades all things.

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The Path of the Master

When we use spiritual teachings like ACIM to reject the here and now, we will not transcend it. What we reject, stays with us. There is no other place to achieve. The very notion of place is misleading. The problem of separation is already solved or better was never so. If we are ready to stop judging and start joining instead, we will find the promised land in the very space the drama of space/time was unfolding. Our true identity is hidden in this very space, which pervades all things.

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We have to open up to spatial awareness in order to remember who we are. We are sharing just one spirit together. How can we reach this oneness? It is here, right where we are. We start in sensing our body as empty and continue with all other objects around us. If we are able to unite all those empty space our journey home has begun. Or how the Buddhists say, we entered the river. The process I teach is called Spacial Awakening is a guided tour further along our path into Union with God. Wir müssen uns dem räumlichen Bewusstsein öffnen, um uns daran zu erinnern, wer wir sind. Wir teilen nur einen Geist miteinander. Wie können wir diese Einheit erreichen? Er ist hier, genau dort, wo wir sind. Wir fangen an, unseren Körper als leer wahrzunehmen und fahren mit allen anderen Objekten um uns herum fort. Wenn wir in der Lage sind, all diese leeren Räume zu vereinen, hat unsere Heimreise begonnen. Oder wie die Buddhisten sagen, wir sind in den Strom gesprungen. Der Prozess, den ich unterrichte, heißt Spacial Awakening und ist eine geführte Tour auf unserem Weg in die Vereinigung mit Gott. Drunvalo´s amazing spiritual speeding up products based on solar energy.

 

We have to open up to spatial awareness in order to remember who we are. We are sharing just one spirit together. How can we reach this oneness? It is here, right where we are. We start in sensing our body as empty and continue with all other objects around us. If we are able to unite all those empty space our journey home has begun. Or how the Buddhists say, we entered the river. The process I teach is called Spacial Awakening is a guided tour further along our path into Union with God.

Wir müssen uns dem räumlichen Bewusstsein öffnen, um uns daran zu erinnern, wer wir sind. Wir teilen nur einen Geist miteinander. Wie können wir diese Einheit erreichen? Er ist hier, genau dort, wo wir sind. Wir fangen an, unseren Körper als leer wahrzunehmen und fahren mit allen anderen Objekten um uns herum fort. Wenn wir in der Lage sind, all diese leeren Räume zu vereinen, hat unsere Heimreise begonnen. Oder wie die Buddhisten sagen, wir sind in den Strom gesprungen. Der Prozess, den ich unterrichte, heißt Spacial Awakening und ist eine geführte Tour auf unserem Weg in die Vereinigung mit Gott.

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We have to open up to spatial awareness in order to remember who we are. We are sharing just one spirit together. How can we reach this oneness? It is here, right where we are. We start in sensing our body as empty and continue with all other objects around us. If we are able to unite all those empty space our journey home has begun. Or how the Buddhists say, we entered the river. The process I teach is called Spacial Awakening is a guided tour further along our path into Union with God.

Wir müssen uns dem räumlichen Bewusstsein öffnen, um uns daran zu erinnern, wer wir sind. Wir teilen nur einen Geist miteinander. Wie können wir diese Einheit erreichen? Er ist hier, genau dort, wo wir sind. Wir fangen an, unseren Körper als leer wahrzunehmen und fahren mit allen anderen Objekten um uns herum fort. Wenn wir in der Lage sind, all diese leeren Räume zu vereinen, hat unsere Heimreise begonnen. Oder wie die Buddhisten sagen, wir sind in den Strom gesprungen. Der Prozess, den ich unterrichte, heißt Spacial Awakening und ist eine geführte Tour auf unserem Weg in die Vereinigung mit Gott.

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Grail, Wolfram and Templars

The Knights Templar asked Wolfrom of Eschenbach to write the story of the grail again, this time with all the secrets in symbols. His book Parzival became the first big Novel in the German language. The Grail is all about space. Salvation lies there. Because Space reveals itself as consciousness. That was a big secret in the middle ages. The Templars knew the secrets of surrender to God. It was a jump into the Unknown and is today. Wolfram describes the Grail as a stone. Before it was a cup, which was empty. This space is in us already. Are we ready to dive into it, to find our true Self? We need trust, courage, and faith in order to do it. And a guide to hold our hand. 

The Knights Templar of Shropshire Cave

Who were the Knights Templar and what might have driven them to cower in a Shropshire cave?

In a 700-year-old underground labyrinth of rough-hewn sandstone known as Caynton Caves, it is claimed that a persecuted rump of warrior monks, the Knights Templar, engaged in covert religious practices. Pictured is actor James Purefoy as one of the Knights in 2011 film Ironclad

In a 700-year-old underground labyrinth of rough-hewn sandstone known as Caynton Caves, it is claimed that a persecuted rump of warrior monks, the Knights Templar, engaged in covert religious practices. Pictured is actor James Purefoy as one of the Knights in 2011 film Ironclad

Conspiracy theorists love a cave — but they love a cult even more. Hidden in woodland in Shropshire, they have both.

It was here, in a 700-year-old underground labyrinth of rough-hewn sandstone known as Caynton Caves, it is claimed, that a persecuted rump of warrior monks, the Knights Templar, engaged in covert religious practices.

In eerie photographs published by the Mail yesterday, candlelight flickers on a row of arches and pillars cut into the rock. There is a stone-carved font, narrow passages and graffiti of strange symbols.

It is as chilling as the catacombs and a lot more mysterious. Of all the possible refugees who might have holed up here, the Knights — long a part of history, but most recently popularised by Dan Brown in The Da Vinci Code and other works of ‘religious mystery’ — are prime contenders.

But who were these men and what might have driven them to cower in a Shropshire cave instead of doing what they were best at — protecting Christian pilgrims on their way to Jerusalem and making money?

The Knights Templar were a unique combination of knight and monk, a holy militia that sprang up in the 12th century.

Their founder was a nobleman from the Champagne region, Hugh de Payens, who, in Jerusalem in 1119 nominated eight of his companions to safeguard pilgrims visiting the Holy Land from attacks by brigands and Saracen pirates.

In eerie photographs published by the Mail yesterday, candlelight flickers on a row of arches and pillars cut into the rock

In eerie photographs published by the Mail yesterday, candlelight flickers on a row of arches and pillars cut into the rock

It is as chilling as the catacombs and a lot more mysterious. Of all the possible refugees who might have holed up here, the Knights  are prime contenders

It is as chilling as the catacombs and a lot more mysterious. Of all the possible refugees who might have holed up here, the Knights are prime contenders

Once used as a ceremonial spot for the followers of a secretive religious sect, the underground caves offered safe haven after leaders of the free world brutally dismantled the group's power base

Once used as a ceremonial spot for the followers of a secretive religious sect, the underground caves offered safe haven after leaders of the free world brutally dismantled the group’s power base

The order’s full name was the Poor Fellow Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon in recognition of their quarters next to the Temple in Jerusalem — hence the name by which they became famous.

In 1129, the Knights were officially recognised by the Pope. They then followed religious rules, with vows of poverty, chastity and obedience — and each man pledged himself ready to die for his faith. They also adopted their distinctive uniform, a white mantle with a red cross.

Together with the Knights Hospitallers, who looked after sick pilgrims, the Knights Templar became the permanent defenders of the Latin settlements in the Middle East, increasingly endowed with castles and fiefs.

By 1180, there were some 600 knights in Jerusalem, Tripoli and Antioch.

Over time, they turned into a chivalric order of warrior monks who fought with distinction in the Crusades.

 

They became widely respected for their bravery in battle against Muslims, but even more for their astonishing ability to accumulate wealth as, in effect, a private bank.

 The caves in Shropshire were once a place of pilgrimage and worship for followers of the Knights Templar
The Knights Templar was a feared fighting force during the Crusades who built an international power base on their reputation and spoils

 

The caves in Shropshire were once a place of pilgrimage and worship for followers of the Knights Templar, a feared fighting force during the Crusades who built an international power base on their reputation and spoils

A pilgrim, afraid of being robbed on his hazardous trip to the Middle East, would leave a cash deposit at Temple Church in the City of London — the English headquarters of the Knights Templar, which was consecrated in 1185 and still stands today.

He would then carry a letter of credit, like travellers’ cheques, and in Jerusalem he would be able to withdraw his funds.

‘Their influence on modern banking is perhaps their best legacy,’ says James Jackson, author of Perdition: The Crusaders’ Last Stand.

‘My word is my bond is, in fact, a phrase borrowed from the Templars. Their probity was highly regarded.’

By the end of the 12th century there were thousands of Knights Templar, who accumulated considerable land, castles and spoils taken in battle.

This wealth was ostensibly for financing the Holy War, but it made them richer than the kings and princes who borrowed from them. They even bankrolled Henry II on his crusades.

The untouched caverns date back to a time when the Knights were prominent before King Philip IV of France, fearful of their power and deeply in their debt, attempted to dismantle the renowned group

The untouched caverns date back to a time when the Knights were prominent before King Philip IV of France, fearful of their power and deeply in their debt, attempted to dismantle the renowned group

In recent times they have been used by numerous groups including druids and pagans wishing to find a safe place to worship, as the Templar's followers had used it for centuries ago

In recent times they have been used by numerous groups including druids and pagans wishing to find a safe place to worship, as the Templar’s followers had used it for centuries ago

‘If you wanted to buy a nice island off the west coast of France — as Henry III of England did in the 1200s with the island of Oleron, north-west of Bordeaux — it was the Templars who could broker the deal,’ says financial historian Tim Harford.

Henry paid £200 a year — about £500,000 today — for five years to the Temple in London.

In the 1200s, the Crown Jewels were kept at the Temple as security on a loan, with the Templars operating as a high-end pawnbroker. At one time, there were 4,000 civil servants managing their estates from their Paris HQ.

They were trusted, incorruptible — and dangerously powerful. But it was their challenge to Church and state that sowed the seeds of their downfall.

In 1307, with debts to the Templars from which they would not release him, Philip IV of France lured Jacques de Molay, the Grand Master of the Order, to Paris, where he was seized and thrown into prison. What followed was the persecution of the Order, with thousands of Knights imprisoned, tortured or slaughtered.

Some were burned at the stake, accused of sexually deviant practices and obscene ceremonies of initiation that included denying Christ and spitting or trampling on the Cross.

Many of these lurid accusations — made by two Templars of dubious character against the Order in their trial depositions — were never substantiated. But it’s this rumour mill that had turned against the Knights for years.

‘It was a classic case of trumped up charges,’ says James Jackson. ‘Every closed order has strange rituals. They were probably not much different from church services today.’

By the time the Templars were suppressed, Jackson argues they had had their day anyway. The Christians had lost control of Jerusalem in 1244. There were no more Crusades to fight.

The Order’s properties were transferred to their rivals, the Knights Hospitallers, an Order that survives as the Knights of St John, based in Malta.

And what of the Knights Templar in England after the collapse of the Order in Europe?

Sunlight rushes in through the small openings in the caves

They are just metres under the surface of the ground in Shropshire and were once used by followers of the Knights Templar

Pictured left, sunlight rushes in through the small openings in the caves, just metres under the surface of the ground in Shropshire, once used by followers of the Knights Templar

If they were driven into caves, such as those in Shropshire, it can only have been for a short time, says Jackson. Far from being persecuted, they were allowed to join other religious orders.

In recent times, interest in the Templars has been fuelled by Michael Baigent’s co-written book The Holy Blood And The Holy Grail, and later, to Baigent’s fury and disbelief, by Dan Brown in The Da Vinci Code. (Baigent accused Brown of plagiarism, but lost the court case).

Both books were international bestsellers and covered the same controversial claim: Jesus had a relationship with Mary Magdalene and they had children.

Baigent, who died in 2013, claimed these children grew up in exile in France and their descendants intermarried with the French Merovingian royal house.

The existence of this ‘Christ bloodline’, argued Baigent, had been covered up by the Catholic Church and their secret protected by the shadowy Priory of Sion sect — the real power behind the Knights Templar, who were its military and administrative arm.

‘Because of The Da Vinci Code, people want to see the Templars in everything,’ says Jackson.

‘They want to fill a vacuum with a theory.’

The truth is that there’s an awful lot we don’t know about what happened to the Templars.

But it’s tantalising for conspiracy theorists and romantics to imagine a banished sect who carved that secret shelter out of the Shropshire sandstone so they might continue to worship and perform their strange rituals without the danger of betrayal.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4295570/Knights-Templar-s-secret-rituals-inside-Shropshire-caves.html#ixzz4y7ofbMik

EVIDENCE THAT JOAN OF ARC WAS HEREDITARY TEMPLAR NOBILITY

Joan of Arc Statue, Notre Dame cathedral, Paris, South wall interior (c.1440)

Joan of Arc Statue, Notre Dame cathedral, Paris, South wall interior (c.1440)

N (100) Knights Templar Illuminated Letters www.knightstemplarorder.orgNotre Dame Cathedral in Paris, constructed by the Knights Templar, features a statue of Joan of Arc, which portrays her with some indications of her own Templar affiliations. This iconic statue shows her with a distinctly proper Templar sword, in the original 12th century form, which is markedly different from the French swords used during her time. Her battle flag is mounted on the lance in a manner reflecting the Agnus Dei seal of the Templar Grand Mastery.

Her statue also shows a pouch hanging from her belt, mirroring the Templar iconographic “money pouch” traditionally depicted on the belt of Mary Magdalene, subtly indicating their spiritual connection and saintly association.

This symbolism was based upon a Biblical reference that Mary was a woman of independent means, who helped support the first Apostles of Jesus. The New Testament Gospel of Luke recounts that “Mary Magdalene… and many others… provided for them out of their resources.” (Luke 8:2-3.) This is supported by the reference that “Mary Magdalene… followed him [Jesus], and ministered unto him” (Mark 15:40-41). Therefore, the money pouch is an iconic Templar symbol of her status as a sponsoring patron saint of the Apostles.

The Notre Dame statue proves that surviving 15th century Knights of the Templar Order themselves considered Joan of Arc to be a Magdalene figure and a real Templar warrior-priestess.

The verifiable facts which prove the direct connection of Joan of Arc to the Order of the Temple of Solomon require an understanding of the Templar heritage of the Kings of Jerusalem through the House of Anjou of authentic Templar ancestry.

King Rene d'Anjou of Jerusalem (1409-1480 AD) statue in Aix-en-Provence (19th century)

King Rene d’Anjou of Jerusalem (1409-1480 AD) statue in Aix-en-Provence (19th century)

Joan of Arc is associated with her contemporary Rene of Anjou (1409-1480 AD), who was the Duke of Anjou and also titular hereditary King of Jerusalem (1438-1480 AD). Rene of Anjou was a dynastic descendant of King Fulk d’Anjou of Jerusalem (a founding royal patron and original Knight of the Templar Order), and thus was a hereditary Grand Master of the Order during its years as a secret society. Rene of Anjou was part of the French Royal Army, and became Duke of Lorraine, the region where Joan of Arc was raised.

The primary proponents who helped advance and finance the ambitions of Joan of Arc were the mother of Rene of Anjou, Princess Yolande of Aragon (1384-1442 AD) and her daughter Marie of Anjou (the French version of “Mary”). Yolande was the daughter of King John I of Aragon, Spain where many Templars survived, and was also the Duchess of Anjou.

It was Yolande who actively supported Charles the Dauphin (1403-1461 AD) to eventually become King Charles VII of France, fighting even against his own parents who sought to prevent his claim to the throne. In 1413 AD, Yolande removed Charles from his parents’ court and protected him in her own castles in Loire Valley, where the future King Charles later received Joan of Arc. She also arranged the marriage between her daughter Marie and Charles. [1] Charles finally became King in 1422 AD, reigning until his death, and under Yolanda’s guidance he met and began close cooperation with Joan of Arc in March of 1429 AD, which resulted in clearing the way for his formal coronation in July of 1429 AD.

Princess Yolande of Aragon, Duchess of Anjou, got herself placed in charge of one of the qualifying examinations of Joan of Arc, which served to establish Joan’s ability to handle the authority and responsibility which her Holy Quest required. Yolanda also financed Joan of Arc’s army and expedition in 1429 AD, and was both the financial and also political patron of Joan of Arc and her knightly missions. Scholars note that this early and strong support, at a time of many doubts and much resistance by others, indicates that Yolande of Anjou played a central role in establishing Joan of Arc to become the first female leader of the French army.

When Joan of Arc was later captured by the Burgundians and tried in a French court, to be burned at the stake on May 30, 1431 AD, King Charles VII did nothing to save her. It was solely Yolanda and Marie of Anjou who made all efforts trying to protect her from persecution, hoping to obtain her release.

Joan of Arc - John Everett Millais (ca.1888 AD) Private Collection

Joan of Arc – John Everett Millais (ca.1888 AD) Private Collection

In the real “lost history” of Joan of Arc, the extensive involvement and central importance of the House of Anjou (descendant from the founding Templar, King Fulk of Jerusalem, Count of Anjou), goes much deeper than the 15th century Duchy of Anjou in France. Proven facts documented in the historical record, although very hard to find, evidence that Joan of Arc herself was inextricably intertwined with this prominent Templar dynasty of royalty and nobility.

One of the lineal ancestors of Joan of Arc was Karl I of Frankreich, Count of Anjou (1270-1325 AD), a direct relative of Count Fulk of Anjou, King of Jerusalem, one of the founding Knights Templar. Another of her ancestors was Karl II of Lahme, Count of Anjou, who was also King of Jerusalem (1248-1309 AD). [2]

As a result of this established genealogy, Joan of Arc herself was in fact a hereditary Countess of Anjou of the royal House of King Fulk d’Anjou of Jerusalem, and was thus also a hereditary Templar.

By any definition, this made her a major figure of royal Templar nobility, and a real Templar “warrior priestess” by birthright. Her parents would most certainly have been keenly aware of this, and would have actively raised her with all Templar knowledge and skills which they could possibly teach her. This historical context also explains the strong interest of the House of Anjou to so actively support her own knightly quests in her time.

 

EVIDENCE THAT JOAN OF ARC KNOWINGLY PURSUED TEMPLAR MISSIONS

 

Joan of Arc (ca.1450 AD) Centre Historique des Archives Nationales, Paris, No.AE II 2490

Joan of Arc (ca.1450 AD) Centre Historique des Archives Nationales, Paris, No.AE II 2490

T (100) Knights Templar Illuminated Letters www.knightstemplarorder.orgThe historical record contains ample evidence that Joan of Arc was knowingly dedicated to the doctrines of Templarism, and intentionally pursued Templar missions.

She is consistently depicted as having her own trademark battle banner, a white flag featuring Jesus depicted as an “ascended master” accompanied by two Angels on either side. He is holding what appears to be a stone, the same Templar symbol of spiritual alchemy and the “philosopher’s stone” held by the Melchizedek statue in the Templar cathedral of Chartres.

This banner bore the inscription: “IHS Maria”, meaning “Jesus and Mary”, an unusual reference indicating Jesus and Mary Magdalene as a couple.

This directly expresses a core heretical belief of the Knights Templar, that Jesus and Magdalene were a High Priest-Priestess pair, and husband and wife.

The prominence of these uniquely Templar references on her battle flag proves that Joan of Arc knew that she was a Templar, and purposefully served as a warrior-priestess for Templar missions.

Unequivocal evidence that Joan of Arc knew and strictly lived by the Knights Templar motto Non Nobis Domine (“Not to us Lord, but to Thy name give glory”) is her answer to certain questions during her trial: “As to whether victory was my banner’s or mine, it was all our Lord’s.” [3]

 

Battle Banner Flag of Joan of Arc, historical account supported by other paintings, as used by Joan of Arc in 1429 AD

Battle Banner Flag of Joan of Arc, historical account supported by other paintings, as used by Joan of Arc in 1429 AD

 

One major fact in the historical record, strongly supporting that Joan of Arc was a real Templar with direct access to Templar sacred knowledge preserved by the surviving Knights into the 15th century, is a witness report of her clear statements about the existence of the Gnostic Gospels. In the Rehabilitation Court to declare Joan of Arc innocent, the Vatican recorded the testimony of a witness who was advisor to the King, reporting that: “Joan would tell me how she had been examined by” French authorities, and often replied to them that “There are books of Our Lord’s besides what you have.” [4] At that time, only the surviving descendants of the Knights Templar and the Vatican itself had knowledge of the existence of the Lost Gospels, which were not rediscovered until the 20th century.

Other direct quotes from Joan of Arc evidence that she practiced a distinctly Templar form of characteristic Gnosticism, as an early form of Protestantism, centered around direct communion with the divine, which the French authorities treated as highly heretical and considered to be generally at odds with the Catholic Church:

During her trial, when asked about her visions of visitation by Saint Catherine and the Archangel Michael, Joan of Arc explained: “They do not order me to disobey the Church, but God must be served first.” When asked by the French inquisitors “Will you refer yourself to the decision of the Church?”, she replied: “I refer myself to God who sent me, to Our Lady, and to all the Saints in Paradise. And in my opinion it is all one, God and the Church; and one should make no difficulty about it.” [5]

Joan of Arc also lived by and taught the distinctly Templar doctrine that God often needs to work through incarnate humans as his agents to accomplish God’s will. The record of her qualifying examinations during March-April of 1429 AD quotes her as saying: “But since God had commanded me to go, I must do it. … It pleased God thus to act through a simple maid in order to turn back the King’s enemies.” [6] She further expressed this concept on her last day prior to execution on May 30, 1431 AD, saying: “It was I who brought the message of the crown to my King. I was the angel…” [7] She was also quoted as saying: “Act, and God will act.”

Other strong evidence that Joan of Arc was herself a real Templar, connected to the Kings of Jerusalem of the Knights Templar, is the historical records describing her famous battle sword, which she reportedly located through messages of divine communion from Saint Catherine and the Archangel Michael, who she always referred to as her “Voices”. The story is best told by Joan of Arc herself, in her own words recorded during her trial for heresy:

“Whilst I was at… Chinon, I sent to seek for a sword which was in the Church of Saint Catherine de Fierbois, behind the altar; It was found there at once; The sword was in the ground, and rusty; Upon it were five crosses; I knew by my Voice where it was. … I wrote to the Priests of the place, that it might please them to let me have this sword, and they sent it to me. It was under the earth, not very deeply buried… As soon as it was found, the Priests of the Church rubbed it, and the rust fell off at once without effort. … I always bore the sword of Fierbois from the time I had it”. [8]

Cross of Jerusalem, heraldic symbol, as “five crosses”

Cross of Jerusalem, heraldic symbol, as “five crosses”

Local oral history recounts that the Church of Saint Catherine was originally founded in 732 AD by Charles Martel after his victory over Saracens, where he buried his Holy Sword by the altar as an offering. Thus, the “five crosses” could only be the Cross of Jerusalem, which is directly connected to the Kings of Jerusalem as the original royal patronage of the chivalric Templar Order.

Saint Catherine de Fierbois (ca. 282-305 AD) was one of Joan of Arc’s famous “Voices” of angelic visitation, who appeared to her regularly, often together with the Archangel Michael. Catherine was also a virgin and Martyr, and known to be the Princess of Alexandria and a respected scholar in Egypt. [9] Better known as “Saint Catherine of Alexandria”, she was considered a Gnostic patron Saint of the Knights Templar. The story of Catherine of Alexandria was originally brought back to Europe by the Templar Knights from their campaigns in the Middle East, establishing a new tradition of veneration of and devotion to her as a martyr and saintly figure. The Saint Catherine’s Monastery at Mount Sinai, established in 565 AD, is her pilgrimage site where she is believed to have been entombed after her martyrdom.

Therefore, Joan of Arc’s reference to her sacred sword as the “sword of Fierbois” means it is the “Sword of Saint Catherine”, a Templar patron Saint, which bears on its blade the heraldic Cross of Jerusalem of the dynastic royal patronage of the Knights Templar through the House of Anjou.

The overall mission of Joan of Arc – to defend France against British invasion – was itself a key Templar mission, in this particular case at that time:

It has always been a central Templar belief and ecclesiastical doctrine, that the independent and autonomous sovereignty of different nations is an essential part of God’s plan, and is necessary to both the freedom and collective wisdom of humanity. (Even despite participating in the Crusades, the Knights Templar never sought to eliminate Islam nor to invade or take over any foreign country.)

This Templar mission is clearly expressed by Joan of Arc in her official letter to the King of England, dated March 22, 1429 AD, in which she warns and admonishes: “Return the keys of all the good cities which you have seized, to the Maid. She is sent by God to reclaim the royal blood… She comes sent by the King of Heaven… to take you out of France… I say to you in God’s name, go home to your own country… Do not attempt to remain, for you have no rights in France from God, the King of Heaven… If you do not believe the news written of God and the Maid, then in whatever place we may find you, we will soon see who has the better right, God or you.” [10]

Letter by Joan of Arc (November 9, 1429 AD) to citizens of Riom

Letter by Joan of Arc (November 9, 1429 AD) to citizens of Riom

 

Therefore, the Templar Order’s strong support of Joan of Arc through their royal House of Anjou, and her dedicated defense of the nation-state of France, were all purely in furtherance of essential missions of the Order of the Temple of Solomon.

Additional facts of the historical context surrounding Joan of Arc further prove that she was knowingly supporting strategic missions of the Templar Order: The Duchy of the House of Anjou had become threatened since 1415 AD, with the British victory over the French at the Battle of Agincourt. This threat was intensified in 1427 AD, when the English Regent in France, Duke John of Bedford, attempted to take the Duchy of Anjou for himself.

Therefore, in part, the battles of Joan of Arc furthered a separate Holy and purely Templar mission, to defend the ancestral House of Anjou of authentic Knights Templar royal patronage dating back to the formation of the Order of the Temple of Solomon in Jerusalem in 1118 AD. Joan of Arc herself would have been well aware of her personal motivations for such a Templar mission, as she was in fact a Countess of the same House of Anjou and thus a hereditary Templar.

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