Posted on December 23, 2018 by Tony McMahon
This blog started way back in 2010 – and I’ve gone back and compiled the top ten most popular Templar blog posts over the last eight years. There are some that are no longer top scoring on the views front…
Category: Templar History
Tags: Ark of the Covenant, arn, barbara, Bradford, braveheart, buried, Catholic, chance, christopher, fact, festival, fortuna, fortune, game of thrones, Geese, Guillou, Helen Nicholson, history, Holy Grail, Jan Guillou, jerusalem, jewish, jews, Kabbala, kabbalah, Kingdom of Heaven, Knightfall, knights, Literature, lottery, luck, Medieval, middle ages, Nätterqvist, Nicholas, orlando bloom, OSMTH, Outlaw king, pantaleon, professor, Ridley Scott, rite, ritual, rome, sacked, Safed, saint, saints, secret, Solomon, sorte, Southwark, suerte, sweden, Swedish, Templar, templars, Temple, truth, turin shroud, vatican, Winchester
Posted on September 18, 2011 by Tony McMahon
In the 1960s, many saints were removed by the Catholic church because there was not enough evidence to prove they ever existed
Category: Templar Mystery
Tags: barbara, benedict, Catholic Church, christopher, Christopher Columbus, Conan Meriadoc, faith, history, Jerome, knights templar, Lefevre, philomena, pius X, pope, pope paul VI, reform, roman, Saint Christopher, saints, Second Vatican Council, sedevacantist, tridentine, ursula, vatican, Vatican Two
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