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Re: Masons, Muslims, Templars, Jews, Henry and Dolly.

In the 'Sunday Post' Barry Chamish claimed once again that Alisdair Rosslyn
Sinclair is a descendant of one of the original Knights Templar, an order
set up by a French relative of the St. Clair family of Rosslyn. The order,
which flourished in the 13th century, spread across Europe and became
wealthier than many nations.

What French relative of the St Clair family helped the Knights Templar?

In 1307 the King of France arrested thousands of Templars in an attempt to
destroy the Order and claim its assets. A small number escaped to Scotland
where they were protected by the St. Clair (later Sinclair) family and
continued to flourish. They eventually played a major role in Robert the
Bruce's military triumphs, so the story goes.

"The original Knights Templar of whom little is known is believed to have
been representatives of the ruling families of Champagne, Anjou, Gisors and
Flanders. The leader of the Templars was Hugues de Payen, a middle-ranking
noble-man in Champagne who married Catherine St Clair, the niece of his
crusading partner Baron Henri St Clair of Roslin, in 1101." The Second

Tim Wallace-Murphy has pointed out on this list that for Hugues de Payen to
marry would have been in violation of the vow of chastity that he took.
There is however an explanation. It has now been asserted that Hugues wife
Catharine St. Clair died and at 48 years old Hugues founded the Knights
Templar.so says J. Wasserman in 'The Templars and the Assassins The Militia
of Heaven.

They were questions raised on this list in April 2002 about the marriage.  I
never thought that it would lead to this meandering trail..

William of Tyre, who wrote about the Templars some several decades after the
formation tells of the formation of the Order.
 "In this same year [1118] certain pious and god-fearing nobles of knightly
rank, devoted to the Lord, professed the wish to live perpetually in
poverty, chastity and obedience. In the hands of the patriarch they vowed
themselves to the service of God as regular canons. Foremost and most
distinguished among these men were the venerable Hugh de Payens and Godfrey
de St. Omer. Since they had neither a church nor a fixed place of abode, the
king granted them a temporary dwelling place in his own palace, on the north
side of the Temple of the Lord. Under certain definite conditions, the
canons of the Temple of the lord also gave them a square belonging to the
canons near the same palace where the new order might exercise the duties of
its religion."

 The Sinclairs were the "hereditary grand masters of Scottish Masonry" and
rank high among the "sacred" Merovingian families deemed worthy to assume
the throne of Jerusalem.  Based claim that Jesus Christ sired children,
whose descendants intermarried with the bloodlines of the rulers of Europe.

"There are at least a dozen families in Britain and Europe today--with
numerous collateral branches who are of Merovingian lineage. These include
the houses of Hapsburg-Lorraine (present titular dukes of Lorraine and kings
of Jerusalem), Plantard, Luxembourg, Montpezat, Montesquiou, and others.
According to the 'Prieure documents,' the Sinclair family in Britain is also
allied to the bloodline, as are various branches of the Stuarts. The
Sinclairs, among others, would seem to have been privy to the secret. All of
these houses could presumably claim a pedigree from Jesus; and if one man,
at some point in the future, is to be put forward as a new priest-king, we
do not know who he is." Holy Blood Holy Grail

When the 'divine king' is murdered by one who is himself stronger or
craftier, the powers of 'divinity' which were the king's are
'Sympathetically' and 'Contagiously' transferred from the vanquished to the
victor." 'The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion'.

The highly irregular circumstances surrounding of the untimely death of one
of the Sinclair pedigree, viewed in a certain light seems to have the
earmarks of ritual murder.

Was Alisdair Sinclair eliminated to make way for Thomas Plantard de
Saint-Clair or some other candidate among the Merovingian competitors for
world domination? The bizarre removal of the heart of Alisdair would seem to
be related to the Templar superstition. Or was it bizarre? Was it simply a
standard autopsy procedure?

To the rescue comes the un-provable:

In a review by Aleta Boudreaux he states;

"The link between the Knights Templars, Freemasonry, and the descendants of
the House of David has always intrigued readers and searchers for the truth
behind the Grail mysteries. In his book, The Labyrinth of the Grail,
Canadian author William F. Mann gives other searchers the keys to unlock
these mysteries.

When the author was a child a secret was revealed to him by his late uncle,
a Grand Master of the Knights Templar of Canada. Only after years of study,
observation and research, was the author able to understand this secret. Now
he had used it to uncover what he believes to be evidence of a Templar
settlement in Nova Scotia. He has also collected evidence that verifies the
significance of Prince Henry Sinclair's epic voyage in 1399 from Orkney to
the New World.

By combining studies of Freemasonry and Templar history with Grail legends,
classical mythology and sacred geometry, William Mann has assimilated hidden
clues that point to the mysterious nature of the Holy Grail, the Holy
Bloodline and the Knights Templar in Nova Scotia.

...The Labyrinth of the Grail is the definitive reference book for students
of the New World Grail mysteries."

Henry now the Templar,of Jewish decent voyages to the New World, creates
Indians myths, builds the Newport Tower and is cruelly slain on his return.

"...It doesn't really matter what Nicolo and Antonio Zeno called Jarl Henry
Sinclair." the Historian of the Clan USA, Laurel Fechner stated at the end
of report of  Laura Zolo in 2000.

The entire Henry in North America story hangs on the Fredrick J. Pohl
interpretation of Zeno Narratives mysterious Prince of the North  Zichmni as
Henry Sinclair.

Is it from this fertile imagination is this whole tale woven?

There is an explanation on the web site of the Militi Tempi Scotia .
 "The Zeno brothers called Prince Henry by the name of "Zichmni". This is an
ancient translation of "Orkney", a shortened form for Prince of Orkney"

It's really a wonder that I haven't dropped all my ideas they seem so absurd
and impractical.  You simply can't build outlooks on a foundation consisting
of confusion.


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