When the Knights Templar ruled

With an increased push for literacy, people have been systematically taught to comprehend in a certain manner, which only a few benefit from.  I began to recognize this when I attended college.  A majority of the students, usually, understood the assigned readings the same whereas I read something different and challenged their understanding of the reading.  It became apparent to me that the issues of reading weren’t the inability to read the words, but the inability to make sense of what was being said (written) in the way the professors had come to accept.

I was able to challenge their logic because of my past experience, and the vast amount of evidence (readings) I had come across.  People write their own position to an argument.  Yet, it’s true that not everything is written in a book.  For example, a book can’t teach the absolutes of parenting.  Parents learn through trial and error.  They are occasionally successful, and at other times they fail.

In this case, the parent learns from experience.  Experience gives much more clarity to what possibly happened.  No two incidents are alike, but a person has an advantage if an experience of a similar incident occurred.  On the other hand, evidence is basically an opinion given by someone who may or may not have had experience with what is being written or said.   So caution must always be taken.  Moreover, evidence is simply a person’s position/stance/opinion.  Although another reads the individual’s opinion, this doesn’t necessarily mean that the person understands the true meaning behind the author’s words.  So most of the time we are assuming, and we know the saying about the word “assume.”

This brings me to the purpose of this article.  Most people who hear about Freemasonry and label it as a bad thing, have no experience in it.  They have only read the opinions of someone else.  Then they follow the logic of this person away from the teachings of Freemasonry into the teachings of those who are in competition with the Freemasons.  What do I mean by competition?

Let’s briefly journey in the history of the Knights Templar (a group of crusaders).  The Templars were sent out to gather goods and services from foreign lands (land foreign to them) by either the ruling crown, nobles, lords, or even the church.  The Templars were hired soldiers.  This was during the feudal era (very crucial point in understanding economic history).

The Templars traveled to what we now call the Middle East, which was once known as a part of Africa.  According to some historians, they came in contact with some Muslims at the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem, Israel.  Here they learned about economics and laws that were different than what they learned and knew as practicing Christians.  This is where many go wrong at because of lack of historical knowledge.  The area we now know as Israel didn’t exist.  Israel was established after World War II, which is beyond the scope of this writing.

What historians do is tell the truth using coded words.  We know the Dome of the Rock is governed by Muslims.   This is misleading because again we look at the Dome of the Rock in its current location.  The Templars actually went to the trading post, which was Mecca (Becca) at the time.  Recall, I stated that the Middle East was once a part of Africa.  This means the inhabitants were black (as we call dark skin people today).  So the Templars learned the system of black folks, who is coded by the titles Arab or Muslims.  We currently recognize Arabs as light skin people with dark hair.  This is very convenient in the tactic of eliminating the competition.

How do we know a different system was learned?  When the Templars returned to Europe, they developed a banking system.  They began giving loans to the crown, noble, lords, and the church.  They are responsible for changing the economic structure from the feudal system to the mercantile system.  In the mercantile system, the merchants controlled and profited more off their own labor because the Templar assisted them to create their own businesses.  Yet, the ruling party expanded the laws on things like taxes to keep the merchants under some type of control.

Soon the ruling parties began to attack the Templars to take back the economic control.  It was all about eliminating the competition by monopolizing how trade was handled.  By this time, industries had grown.  The damage had been done.  The ruling parties would never be able to have absolute control again, which they once had based on lessons taught (education system) of their divine connection to God.

The damage isn’t the main focus of this article.  The main part is what did the Templars learn from the Africans?  Again, it had to be different than the lessons they learned in their practice of Christianity.  With this in mind, the Templars still considered themselves Christians after their travel.  They just changed the teachings.  There have been several forms of Christianity taught throughout history.  Most of us don’t know about the dualist groups like the Cathars, Bogomils, and Paulicians.  Yet, the King James Version bible is filled with dualistic lessons.  Dualism is simply the two extreme ending points of one object, if there are ending points.

This dualistic teaching is what the Templars received.  The father of this teaching is the African Deity, Tehuti.  The teachings have been passed down through the generations from mouth to ear occasionally written one can find small portions written in books.  Yet today, they have been watered down to the point of being considered evil.  Even members of the Freemasons don’t have a clue to this teaching form, although it has been introduced in their lessons.  The reality is no one has a monopoly on the teachings, but those that use the teachings dominate society just like the Knights Templar once did.

Therefore, a person cannot truly comprehend the teachings of Freemasonry without knowing the teachings of Tehuti.  Our ability to comprehend what we read is flawed.  Once again, we have been purposely guided away from what truly works universally to eliminate any competition posibilities.  Furthermore competition is natural, so it should make sense to why one has to earn the right to gain knowledge.  The true comprehension of knowledge will never be free.  This doesn’t mean that it’s a secret.  What it means is it must be earned.  Are you willing to earn it?


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