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  Hughes de Payens
Hughes de Payens (died 1136) was the first Grand Master of the Knights Templar, and was one of the original nine knights.
The other knights were Geoffrey de St. Omer[?], Payen de Montdidier[?], Archambaud de St. Agnan[?], Andre de Montbard[?], Geoffrey Bison[?], and two men recorded only by the names of Rossal[?] and Gondamer[?].
It is likely that Hughes de Payens served in the army of Godfroi de Boullion[?] during the First Crusade.
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 Bleheris - Knights Templar
Marie de France (or de Champagne) lived from 1145 to 1198 and introduced the courtly manners of her mother and the troubadour literature of her great grandfather, William IX of Poitou, to the court of Champagne.
In 1070 Hughes de Payens was born at the Chateau de Payns in Champagne, 10 kilometers from Troyes.
Hughes was the vassal of Hughes, Count of Champagne who went with Hughes de Payens on the first crusade and was one of the knights who with de Payens founded the Knights Templar.
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 Jacques De Molay 1244 - 1314 | The Knights Templar | www.templarhistory.com
It is generally considered that Jacques de Molay was born in the year 1244 in an area called Vitrey, Department of Haute Saone, France.
It would be on the island of Cyprus that De Molay would remain until Philip IV and Clement V summoned him to France in the autumn of 1307.
Although de Molay confessed to denying Christ and trampling on the Holy Cross, he steadfastly denounced the accusations that the initiation ritual consisted of homosexual practices.
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 Daggers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Hughes de Puiset was given the town of Jaffa in the holy land.
Hughes de Crecy was given the town of Corbeil along with its castle in France.
Hughes de Pairaud acted as lawyer to many Templars who had been dragged in front on the Inquiry without knowledge of why they had been arrested or what they were accused of.
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 Thelemapedia: The Encyclopedia of Thelema & Magick | Jacobus Burgundus Molensis
De Molay's exact date of birth is in some doubt, but it is known that he joined the Knights Templar in 1265 at the age of 21 and rose through the ranks quickly.
De Molay confessed under torture to "denying Christ and trampling on the Cross," and on March 18, 1314 he was led out to publicly confess the order's sins and his own.
He was taken to Ile de la Cité in the Seine and burned alive, along with Geoffrey de Charney, the preceptor of Normandy.
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 Morals and Dogma: Council of Kadosh: XXX. Knight Kadosh
In 1118, nine Knights Crusaders in the East, among whom were Geoffroi de Saint-Omer and Hugues de Payens, consecrated themselves to religion, and took an oath between the hands of the Patriarch of Constantinople, a See always secretly or openly hostile to that of Rome from the time of Photius.
"Hughes de Payens himself had not that keen and far-sighted intellect nor that grandeur of purpose which afterward distinguished the military founder of another soldiery that became formidable to kings.
One is astonished to discover that the Roman de la Rose and the Divina Commedia are two opposite forms of one and the same work, initiation into independence of spirit, a satire on all contemporary institutions, and the allegorical formula of the great Secrets of the Society of the Roses-Croix.
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 Templars in England
The first house was in London and early patrons include Earl Robert de Ferrers[?], Bernard de Balliol[?], King Stephen of England and Queen Matilda[?].
The involvement of Templars in financial matters is shown by Walter of Coventry[?]'s story of Gilbert de Ogrestan, the knight Templar accused of embezzling taxes in 1188.
At the time of Runnymede, not only was Aymeric de St Maur[?] present, but King John was also resident at the Temple when the Barons first presented their demands.
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 Geoffrey de St. Omer at AllExperts
Geoffrey de St Omer (also known as Gaufred, Godefroi, or Godfrey de St Omer, Saint Omer, or Saint-Omer) was a Flemish knight, one of the founding members of the Knights Templar in 1118.
Hugh de Saint-Omer was mentioned as one of the best knights in the Kingdom of Jerusalem.
It has been said that Hughes de Payens (the first Grand-Master) and Geoffrey were so poor that between the two of them they had only one horse, and that this gave rise to a symbol of the Templars (two men on one horse).
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 Pagkakaisa Masonic Lodge No. 282 Grand Lodge of the Philippines - Masonic Education
The headquarters of the Templars in Tomar, Portugal, was in the Convento de Cristo.
In the end, the only three accused of heresy directly by the papal commission were Jacques de Molay, Grand Master of the Knights Templar, and his two immediate subordinates; they were to renounce their heresy publicly, when de Molay regained his courage and proclaimed the order's and his innocence along with Geoffrey de Charney.
In 1354, it was revealed that de Charney had been in possession of the cloth later known as the Shroud of Turin, and his nephew's widow allowed it to be displayed in Lirey, France in 1357.
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 The Templar Knights
The Knights Templar was a Christian-oriented brotherhood that was founded in the 1118 by Hughes de Payens, Geoffroy de St. Omer and seven other French knights.
On March 19th, 1314 the last Grand Master of the Knights Templar, Jacques de Molay was burned at the stake.
De Molay is said to have cursed King Philip and Pope Clement as he burned asking both men to join him within a year.
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 Gatorsports.com :: 100 years of Gator Football   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Jacques de Molay failed to successfully lead the Templars through the inquisitions made against them and was burnt at the stake on an island in the river Seine in Paris, Ile de la Cité, on 18 March 1314.
Jacques de Molay's exact date of birth is in some doubt, but when interrogated by the judges in Paris 24 October 1307, he stated that he entered the order forty-two years earlier, that would mean in 1265.
Jacques de Molay was asked by the pope to write two memoranda, one on each of the issues, which he did during the summer of 1306.
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 Essential World Architecture Images- architecture in the Da Vinci Code- The Knights Templar
Starting with founder Hughes de Payens in 1118, the Order's highest office was that of Grand Master, a position which was held for life, though considering the warrior nature of the Order, this could be a very short period of time.
In 1118, during the reign of Baldwin II, Hugues de Payens, a knight of Champagne, and eight companions bound themselves by a perpetual vow, taken in the presence of the Patriarch of Jerusalem, to defend the Christian kingdom.
Another Templar by the name of John de Stoke stated that Jacques de Molay had instructed that he should know that Jesus was but a man, and that he should believe in 'the great omnipotent God, who was the architect of heaven and Earth, and not the crucifixion'.
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Payens was seeking legitimacy for the order and a level of status within the Church.
Pierre des Vaux-de-Cernat wrote, ’The heretics claimed that Mary Magdalene was the concubine of Jesus Christ…it was therefore with just cause that these disgusting dogs were taken and massacred during the feast day of the one that they had insulted.
At the time of their demise Jacques de Molay was, as Grand Master, in control of a huge number of estates in Europe, an international trading and banking syndicate, a battle fleet, and a well trained army.
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 Origins of the Knights Templar by Mystic Realms
Four years later - according to the official story - his vassal and possible relation, Hughes de Payens, with AndrÄ de Montbard and seven companions, set out on their mission and formed the embryonic Knights Templar.
Hughes de Payens, also from Champagne, was a member of a cadet branch of the Counts of Troyes.
"In 1118, nine Knights Crusaders in the East, among whom were Geoffroi de Saint-Omer and Hughes de Payens, consecrated themselves to religion, and took an oath between the hands of the Patriarch of Constantinople, a See always secretly or openly hostile to that of Rome from the time of Photius.
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 Financial Sense "Whence & Pence, Part 4: The Resounding  by Douglas V. Gnazzo 02/07/2005
I was a grandson of Rollo; and William II was the son of Robert II "le Diable", duc de Normandie.
Hughes hosted the council of Troyes in 1128, which recognized the Templars as being under the protection of the Church.
Hughes’ title of Overlord sums it up quite succinctly – as he was the Overlord to one of the founding members of the Knights of the Temple, who also was Grand Master of the Prior de Sion; and to the papal representative or patron of the Knights of the Temple, St. Bernard.
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 Prieure de Sion - Crystalinks
Certainly, if the organization's full name is the Prieure de Notre Dame du Sion, and if it is site of Orval is connected to the worship of the bear-goddess Arduina, venerated by the Sicambrian Franks of the area and their Merovingian kings, then this may be the case.
Godfroi was close to de Payen and the count of Champagne, and Baudoin his brother was integral to the founding of the Templars.
Leonardo de Vinci (1510-19) - Having little formal education, Leonardo enthusiastically accepted Nicholas's [of Cusa] new worldview [of an universe with no limits in space, no beginning or ending in time] as a justification for rejecing the outmoded authority of the 'pharisees - the 'holy friars' and of his 'adversaries' Plato and Aristotole.
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 THE WATCHERS ~ THE HANGING ANGEL OF ROSSLYN CHAPEL
Hughes de Payens, a Frenchman of noble birth, was married to Catherine St. Clair.
The St. Clair (or Sinclair) family was of Norman descent, related to and Henry Sinclair of Roslin became Earl of Orkney in 1379, an office obtained from King Haco VI of Norway.
The mother Scota was killed in the fight and her surviving sons, Eber and Eremon, became rulers of the land.
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 Raymond Khoury - Behind the Book
Nine pious knights, led by Hughes de Payens, a vassal of the count of Champagne, and Geoffroi de St Omer, a vassal of the count of Boulogne, arrived in Jerusalem and made their way to King Baldwin's palace in Jerusalem.
The final act takes place at the Ile de la Cite in Paris, in March, 1314: de Molay and the Preceptor of Normandy, Geoffroi de Charnay, are put to the stake.
From the flames of the pyre, de Molay cursed both the king and the pope, summoning them to face God's judgement alongside him.
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 Financial Sense "Whence & Pence, Part 3:  The Sounding  by Douglas V. Gnazzo 01/25/2005
Hughes de Payens was the first Grand Master of the Knights.
Its characteristic mark seems to be the bestowal on special judges of judicial powers in matters of faith, and this by supreme ecclesiastical authority, not temporal or for individual cases, but as a universal and permanent office.
Together with Geoffrey de Charney, who was the Preceptor and Commander of Normandy, the two were taken to a small island in the Seine River called Île de la Cité; and were burnt alive.
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 WEB TEMPLÁRIOS
Preferiu construir a capela, que seria um "Livro de Pedra", mas somente conhecendo a "chave" certa se poderia ler.
Essa nova irmandade de pedreiros-livres, criou uma instituição de caridade para apoiar os membros mais pobres da sociedade, e suas respectivas guildas também separavam verba para os desafortunados.
E chegaram a estabelecer uma regra de vida e trabalho a uma corporação de ofício chamada "Filhos de Salomão".
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 Knight Templars and the Holy Grail
Originally known as the Order of Poor Knights of the Temple of Solomon, they were a group of pious soldiers (many of whom were French) who decided to protect pilgrims on the dangerous roads between Jaffa (the place at which they landed in Palestine) and Jerusalem.
Raoul de Presle, a lawyer from the time, said that there was a strict secret held within the Order, the nature of which was so sensational that men would prefer to have their heads chopped off rather than divulge it!
Jacques de Molay had told the Inquisition just before his death that he would like to tell them "certain things" but they weren't authorised to hear them.
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 [RCTS] The Foundation of the Order in Portugal
The Templars were founded in Jerusalem in 1118 by the French Knights Hughes de Payens and Geoffroy de Saint-Omer.
Teresa, Regent of Portucale, made a gift of the town of Fonte Arcada, and in 1128 added the castle of Soure and its lands to this donation, in exchange for an undertaking from the Templars to conquer territory from the Moors.
In 1143, after protracted negotiations between Raymond Berenguer IV (the Count of Barcelona and a Templar) and the Grand-master of the Templars, Roberto de Craon, the order's mission on the peninsula was defined.
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 Robert de Craon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He was born around the turn of the 12th century, the youngest of the three sons of Renaud de Craon.
He settled in Aquitaine and was engaged to the daughter of the lord of Angoumois, but gave up his fiancée and travelled to Palestine after learning of the foundation of the Templar Order by Hughes de Payens.
According to William of Tyre, Robert participated in the Council of Acre during the Second Crusade in 1148, but according to the Obituary of Reims, he died in January of 1147, and was succeeded by Everard des Barres in April of that year.
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 The Book of THoTH (Leaves of Wisdom) - Knights Templar
The order was founded around 1118 by French knights Hughes de Payens, a veteran of the First Crusade, and Godfrey de St Omer for the protection of pilgrims on the road from Jaffa and Jerusalem.
In modern times, it is the Roman Catholic Church's position that the persecution was unjust; that there was nothing inherently wrong with the Order or its Rule; and that the Pope at the time was severely pressured into suppressing them by the magnitude of the public scandal and the dominating influence of King Philip IV.
Convento de Cristo in the Castle of Tomar [5]
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 Amazon.com: "Hughes de Payens": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Nine pious knights led by Hughes de Payens arrived at Baldwin's...
also struck by the similarity between this letter and that written during the Crusades by St. Bernard of Clairvaux to Hughes de Payens in 1135, outlining the proper behavior and spiritual frame of mind expected of the dedicated Templar knight/monk.
Founded by Hughes de Payens in 1118, the Order was originally composed of nine Knights,...
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 An Everingham connection to the Templar Knights
Initially, the Temple Bruer (A Temple built for the Templar Monks) was built in the 12th century on land donated by William de Ashby, and Robert de Everingham.
On March 19th, 1314 the last Grand Master of the Knights Templar, Jacques de Molay, was burned at the stake for his "heresy".
De Molay is said to have cursed King Philip and Pope Clement as he burned at the stake asking both men to join him within a year.
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 The Merovingians, Merovingian Dynasty
It made no difference, they were all eventually executed by burning, including Jacques de Molay, although in his case he was one of the last to die some seven years later in 1314.
It is known that immediately preceding to the fateful events of October the 13th, the night before the raids took place, the Templar fleet, some 18 vessels, sailed from the port of La Rochelle presumably carrying the contents of the various treasuries.
Why De Molay and the rest of the knights elected to stay and be captured is unknown but it is speculated that due to a mixture of arrogance and pride they did not believe the king’s seneschals would go through with the raids, to his cost he discovered that they did.
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 ThothWeb - The Wisdom of the Templars
In the study of secret societies we have then a double line to follow--the course of associations enveloping themselves in secrecy for the pursuit of esoteric knowledge, and those using mystery and secrecy for an ulterior and, usually, a political purpose.
The Templar Order itself was founded in 1118 by French knights Hughes de Payens, a veteran of the First Crusade, and Godfrey de St Omer and was destroyed on Friday 13th 1307.
Hugh Schonfield obviously thought so, since he didn't hesitate in applying the Atbash cipher to what he saw as the 'obviously artificial name Baphomet'.
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