Thursday, September 13, 2007

Friday the 13th, Jacques de Molay and alien lizard kings

We're only a month away from the 700th anniversary of the Pope's roundup of the Knights Templar, the event that supposedly gave us the belief that Friday the 13th is unlucky.

Looks like we just missed the Scottish Rite's presentation of The Trial of Jacques De Molay, which was performed back on Sept. 6 in Des Moines, Iowa, according to an article last week on the Freemasonry Resources blog.

According to the article, the play "is a presentation of the final confrontation between the leader of the Knights Templar and Philip, the King of France.

"The story, set in 1314, details how the Knights Templar, a group of warrior monks sworn to protect the Christian Holy Land, were captured and tortured at the end of the Crusades. The round-up of the Knights Templar on Friday, Oct 13, 1307 is believed to be the origin of the superstition of 'Friday the 13th.' 2007 marks the 700 year anniversary of the events.

"Jacques de Molay was the last Grand Master or leader of the Knights Templar. The events leading to his execution form the basis for the play. The story of Jaques de Molay and the Knights Templar has been featured in movies such as [The] DaVinci Code and National Treasure."

Another blog has presented more of the story of the Knights Templar, taking its information from such diverse sources as Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code, Lincoln, Bagient and Leigh's Holy Blood, Holy Grail, various history books, and Jim Marrs' anti-Masonic book Rule By Secrecy. Marrs has written extensively on Alien Lizard Kings, UFO's, Egyptian pyramids and the Trilateral Commission, so take your salt shaker with you when you read this one.

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  1. It's too bad that something like this couldn't happen to the masonic lodge today. Just demolish every lodge from here to the other side of the world. It would be the greatest thing to happen. I would laugh. Hell I would be roasting hot dogs.

  2. there are unspeakable horrors occurring across the world every day, and yet demolishing freemasonry "would be the greatest thing to happen"?

    i think you need to get your priorities straight.

    peace and blessed be,


  3. Thank you Crow Zampano!

    And if these "Anonymous" contributors have nothing better to offer, they at least need to grow a pair and go else where to get their jollies!!!


  4. Isn't the Internet great? now we don't have waste anytime pondering exactly what the thoughtless think.

  5. On a different subject - If this is what I think it is (and, knowing most of the cast, I assume I'm right), the event was the DeMolay Degree, done by a bunch of senior and a couple of active DeMolays. Anyone who wants to see this needs only to contact their local DeMolay chapter, and see what a group of young men can do.


  6. It would be really great if this would happen today. No more murdering of sheep for those stupid aprons. All the resources it would save. This would be the greatest thing to ever happen to the lodge.

    Masonry is for losers who never got into clubs when they were children.

    Oh boy I need to join the lodge I'am such a loser, No one would play with me when I was younger. Please, Please except me to the all male club. I can't even get a girlfriend so I may as well hang out with all guys.

    What a joke.

  7. i hope for your sake you're a vegetarian, or else that comment could be considered quite hypocritical.

    and wouldn't the crux of your argument be improved if you had used "accept", rather than "except"; for you see, for one to be "excepted" from the lodge means they can not join.


  8. Liberal Trolls ARE the Darkness that we must shine our light upon. Blind ignorance begets blind hate begets blind people. They will eternally whine and rail under the shadows of Marx, Ingles, Lenin,& Alinsky


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