Knights Templar Symbols

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Knights Templar symbols Archives - Knights Templar Vault

Symbols used by the Knights Templar. Their meaning, use and significance in the Middle Ages.

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Legalize it! (a 313 A.D. version) - Knights Templar Vault

A very important anniversary that should not go unnoticed this year. In 313, Emperor Constantine and Lucinius, Emperor of the eastern provinces, agreed upon proclaiming tolerance towards all religions, with Christianity obviously standing to benefit the most from this legal change in terms of its treatment by Roman officials. Traditionally, Constantine’s own conversion is attributed …