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approximately 15,000 Templars


The Catholic Encyclopedia has a good article on the Knights Templars. The link is below this answer, under "related links."


The Unexplained - 1996 The Druids and Knights Templars was released on: USA: 4 March 1999


they are real and if you wish to find the website for the true knights templars then type in hereditary knights templars of britannia. Evan LLoyd H.K.T.B in hoc signo vinces- in this sign thou shall conquer


You must be a Freemason to be a Knights Templar.


Templars were knights of the Catholic Church. Thier symbol is a red cross upon a shield. If they still exist, it is in secret.


The Knights Templar was famous for being one of the most elite and skilled soldiers.


During the High Middle Ages the Knights Templars served as bankers for pilgrims, among other important duties. King Philip IV of France was facing a shortage of money and ordered all of the Templars to be captured. The Knights Templars were burned alive on Friday the 13th in 1307.


I belive are the Hospitallers, they had properties in quite all of Europe after they "inherit" templars properties, and their order was made before the templars.


their grandmaster, but ultimately the pope *EDIT BY THE HISTORYWIZZ* They ultimately anwsered to the pope before he declared the Knights Templar a threat to the faith. The army started a war against the Templars. The templars left on 16 ships and where never seen again.


No, they were a catholic military order, similar to Templars or Knights of Malta. Official name of Teutonic Knights is Order of Brothers of the German House of Saint Mary in Jerusalem.


The Assassins were brave fighters, but they feared the reputation of the Knights Templar. The Assassins gave much money to the Templars in return of safety. In the battle at Sakira, when 5000 Saracens were attacking 400 Assassins, the last ones got saved by 100 Knights Templar. Some legends even tell that Assassins and Templars were friends and the Assassins were Christian.


Yes Knight Templars still exist, they are part of the Masonic Family.


On Friday 13th, October 1307 many Templars were arrested, but not killed.


Catholic AnswerThe 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.


Yes, in fact there was an 'assassyun's creed back then but it has ended whereas the knights templars still exists.


um... the knights templar were an order in the medieval ages, and order that ended in 1307, though the freemasons are thought to be what became of the templars.


Robert David McMarlin has written: 'The Knights Templar of Old Alexandria' -- subject(s): Freemasons, Freemasons. Alexandria, Va. Knights Templars


The Templar Knights had no uniform, they did not want to alert anyone to there involvement in that particular organization. However, they did have a symbol. I believe it was a red cross, unrelated to the current red cross. -Jonhis


No, the Templars are not evil.


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 the 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.


he Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon commonly known as the Knights Templar were among the most famous of the Western Christian military orders. The organization existed for approximately two centuries in the Middle Ages. The Hammer as a weapon was not a weapon used by the Templars. A blunt weapon the Templars used was the mace.


Yes, Templars are Christians.


templars... they're christian. though supposedly they worshipped Mary over Jesus, but because of their secretive tendencies we cant be certain


Not unless you count the belief in Biblical miracles as a belief in magic. There is no reason to believe that the Templars' religion was anything but orthodox.



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