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Re: For Glen Cook, demise of the Templars???
Research never proves anything.
One of the earliest things I learnt at University - it only supports a
Hypothesis. That is how I see all the wrangling about the Templars, about
Prince Henry (was he - wasn't he - a Prince). It may disprove a fallacious
argument, but still if other people believe it - very hard to get rid of it.
The Catholic Encyclopaedia will support the Catholic Position. If there was
a Presbyterian Encyclopaedia ( and there may well be - I don't know) will
support the Presbyterian position and so on.
Wrangling over the Templars and their habits is interesting but also time
Any thing else on the agenda?
Regards to all
>So, let's see, on the one hand, you assert:
> >1) the original order was, under papal, orders, supressed and disibanded and
> >its surviving members pensioned off.
>And on the other hand you refuse to accept evidence from the same
>organization that suppressed the Templars as to what that organization
>did with the remnants of the order in Portugal and Aragon.
>If the papal bull blessing the Knights of Christ in Portugal is not
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