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What is the templar banking system?
Originally set up in Knight Templar churches across Europe, as at least one was common in most cities at the time. Travelers could deposit whatever 'gold' etc they wanted in exchange for written document of what they've deposited. They could turn this in at any other Temple church in return for equal wealth. (it was set up so there'd be no danger of being robbed/loseing money on travels)
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They were a small group and the first of Christian military knights. They served in the first crusade and when they were housed at the Temple Mount in 1118 they numbered only …nine. Somehow, despite their vows of poverty they became a wealthy and powerful order. Rumors abounded as to what secrets and wealth they held. In 1307 Pope Clement V ordered their arrest for heresey and the King of France complied, the required acts of torture obtained confessions and the Order was banned. On 19 March 1314 their leader Jaques de Molay was burned at the stake. Legends and rumors persist to this day about what wealth and secrets the Templars concealed and where it is hidden. Se related link Knight Templar further down this page. The Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon (Latin: Pauperes commilitones Christi Templique Solomonici), popularly known as the Knights Templar or the Order of the Temple, or the Crusaders, were among the most famous of the Christian military orders. The organization existed for about two centuries in the Middle Ages, created in the aftermath of the First Crusade of 1096 to ensure the safety of the large numbers of European pilgrims who flowed toward Jerusalem after its conquest. The Knights Templar was a christian military organization from the Middle Ages. The order was actually originally endorsed by the Catholic church and had it's full support. The knights templar grew rapidly in power and membership. The group was very influential during the Crusades. After the crusades the knights templar quickly lost support and power.
An occult order of chivalry originally perfectly orthodox the order of the templars seems to have become influenced by gnosticism and the occult The order of the militia of t…he knights of the temple was founded in 1118 by geoffrey of st omer and Hugh of payns and seven other people with whom the mixed the members were usually knights or sergeants or soldier monks whos duty it was to protect the pilgrims to their holy destinations such as Jerusalem and Bethlehem the templars had to swear on three vows of poverty chastity and obedience.
The Templars, were among most wealthy and powerful of the Western Christian military order. The Templars were officially by the Catholic church in 1129.
The conventional banking system requires the customers to personally present themselves in a banking institution to open an account. Members can open a bank account and tr…ansact business using the internet in the electronic banking system.
Catholic Answer The Knights Templars were very real, and mostly all executed in the fourteen century, and disbanded by the Church. Modern "templars" are a branch of Freemasons… which ape some of the clothing and rituals of the Templars but have no real connection with them. The Templars themselves (those still alive in the fourteenth century) were absorbed into other orders in the Church. The freemasons not only have no connection with them but have been condemned by nearly every Pope for the past two hundred years.
The Knights Templar were officially endorsed by the Roman Catholic Church around 1129. King Baldwin II of Jerusalem gave two veterans of the first Crusade (Godfrey and… Hugh) the permission and space to create their order. So they would answer to he king and Papacy.
The Knights Templar were expected to wear white surcoats with a red cross and a white mantle; the sergeants wore a black tunic with a red cross on front and back and a black o…r brown mantle.
Who is the first Templar? Is it St. Bernard who was instrumental in developing the rule of the order and sending two of the original knights to Jerusalem? Could Abbot Gondem…ar and Rossal be considered among the first? Is it Hugues de Payens who becomes its first Master? What about Goddeffroi de St. Omer? or the other seven knights? It is safe to say that Hugues de Payens may be considered the first "official" Templar as he was the first Master of the order when recognized by the Pope. But who was the "first" Templar is a bit more subjective. 1117: St. Bernard joins Abbot Gondemar and Rossal (who become two of the original nine Templar Knights) whom he had sent for June 1113, in order to protect the "Great Secret." The order developed from a small military band formed in Jerusalem in 1118 by two French Knights, Hugues de Payens and Goddeffroi de St. Omer. All told nine noble gentlemen formed a holy brotherhood in arms, and entered into a solemn compact to aid one another in clearing the highways, and in protecting the pilgrims through the passes and defiles of the mountains, to the Holy City. In 1118 Baldwin II, King of Jerusalem, granted them a place of habitation within the sacred enclosure on the temple Mount. 1127 (1st Sunday in Advent): Saint Bernard ordains Hugo of Payens as first Grand Master of the Templar Order. In 1128, they received rules and regulations for their governance from the Pope, which had been expressly arranged for them by St. Bernard. Read more at the links below.
The Blue Templars are a society of current and former Local Police, State Troopers, Deputy Sheriffs, federal agents and military veterans who are dedicated to protect and def…end the free people of America and to fight evil wherever it may be. All Blue Templar members have taken an Oath to protect and defend not only the Constitution of the United States, but to protect the honest, innocent true believers from those who would do them harm. We are well aware that the criminal justice system in America has nothing to do with what is "right" versus what is "wrong" and oftentimes it does not punish the evil doers. With this in mind, we are prepared to fulfill the oath we swore to defend the country against all enemies, both foreign and domestic, so help us God. Their motto is "Judge us not, lest ye be judged!"
The Assassins. They have been enemies since they split into Templars/Illuminati and Assassins during the crusades but they were defeated by the Assassins and the French at the… end of the Third Crusade.
Templars were knights of the Catholic Church. Thier symbol is a red cross upon a shield. If they still exist, it is in secret.
in my opinion no but nothing is definite
They were disbanded by the Roman Catholic church for being too powerful, part of the reason why I'm atheist, never have and never will trust religion. My father was proud of h…is Templar ancestry, that is why he disliked the Catholics, and so he brought me up to never trust any religion, as wrong as it may sound. I'll stop there before I keep babbling on :P
In Plural Nouns
The plural of templar is templars. As in "The templars stormed the castle".
A Bank is an institution that serves as the financial intermediary in the economy. They are responsible for cash flow within the nation's economy. Their main functions include…: 1. Accepting Deposits 2. Lending Loans 3. Providing Bank Accounts 4. Providing Credit Cards 5. etc.
In Middle Ages
The Templar Knights did exist, yes. But they were disbanded by the Roman Catholic church for being too powerful. There would more than likely be various groups claiming to be… the remnants of the Templars, and some claim the real Templar remnants live in a secret society (like the Illuminati), I hope that's true :)
In Middle Ages
I do not believe that there are laws on the books preventing someone from joining the Knights Templar. However, the Templars as an organization were generally destroyed wh…en the Grandmaster was killed in France in the 1300s. While the Templar members have merged into the Swiss Guard and the Free-Masonic Orders, they have likely dropped the name Templar to define themselves.