Some people need to visit hurricane stricken areas.
Why don’t they sue the king of France?
[CATHOLIC/ KNIGHTS TEMPLAR CAUCUS] Knights Templar heirs in legal battle with the Pope
The Telegraph ^ | 8/3/2008 | Fiona Govan
Posted on Monday, August 04, 2008 4:20:36 PM by markomalley
This should be quite a trial when they bring in the eye witnesses.
Quote from the article:
“Last fall, the Vatican published secret documents about the trial of the Templars in a book called Processus Contra Templarios, Latin for “Trial Against the Templars.” The volume included a parchment apparently showing that, contrary to historic belief, Clement had absolved the order of heresy.”
I am not sure why this is considered such a surprise. Anyway, Vatican historian Barbara Frale, published a massive book on this based on the newly discovered trial records. The original book, published a year or two ago by the Vatican, was a steep $800 and appeared as a large folio with an exact facsimile of the manuscript. Frale is, however, coming out with an affordable book called, The Templars: The Secret History Revealed, in January, 2009. The Foreward is written by Umberto Eco who has long been a debunker of silly Templar/Mason myths. You can pre-order it at Amazon.com already for under $17.
Not only have historians long known that the Templars were most likely innocent, but even novelists (most recently Buttigieg) have used that idea in their novels.
Friday 13th 1307, Pope Clement V accused the order of heresy and officially dissolved it and the king of France didn’t have to repay the Templars.
Oh goody, another Tom Hanks movie
Can I sue the Romans for enslaving my ancestors?
John Edwards might be available.
Just like slavery, find a slave and we’ll talk reparations, but if this is an offense going back over 900 years, I think no one involved is left alive.
These new “Knights Templar” don’t even use the proper name. The Knights Templar were named after Solomon’s Temple. Whoops.