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  Encyclopedia: Jaques de Molay   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Jacques de Molay failed to successfully lead the Order through the inquisitions made against it, and was burnt at the stake on an island in the river Seine in Paris 18 March 1314 by the orders of Phillipe le Bel (Philip the Fair) after retracting all of his previous confessions.
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.
Jacques de Molay was taken to Ile de la Cité in the Seine and burnt alive, along with Geoffroy de Charney, the Commander of Normandy, at the eve of March 18 1314.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Jaques-de-Molay   (2371 words)

  
 Jacques de Molay - Wikipedia
Jacques de Molay (auch: Jacobus von Molay), (* um 1243, † 19.
1265 wurde Jacques de Molay in Beaune in den Templerorden aufgenommen.
1285 wurde Jaques de Molay zum Komtur von Akkon ernannt, hielt sich aber 1290 in Zypern auf und konnte nicht an der Verteidigung Akkons 1291 teilnehmen.
de.wikipedia.org /wiki/Jacques_de_Molay   (335 words)

  
 Jacques De Molay 1244 - 1314 | The Knights Templar | 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.
www.templarhistory.com /demolay.html   (869 words)

  
 Jacques de Molay
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, then the preceptor of Normandy.
www.sciencedaily.com /encyclopedia/jacques_de_molay   (371 words)

  
 Jaques de Molay...The Face In The Shroud ?? - Above Top Secret Conspiracy Community
The wounds clearly match the torture wound inflicted on Molay and not a man on the cross as the flow of blood is at a different angle to a man on the cross.
Yes, i made the mistake of saying first grand master when i meant last and Jaques de molay was tortured and imprisoned for years before he ws fianlly burnt at the stake in paris..This is how the templars were in possession of the shroud while he was still alive..
Jean de Foligny wasnt made of the same stuff as Molay or Charney and didnt stand up to the torture for long...less than a week..and he quickly blurted what happened in the private ceremonies conducted in the small capillar of the Temple in Paris, which was found in main tower which held the "treasure".
www.abovetopsecret.com /forum/thread145330/pg#pid1481897   (3588 words)

  
 Mariano Tomatis sul Web   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
De Molay fu eletto al vertice dei Templari soltanto nell'autunno del 1294, a Cipro, approfittando dell'assenza del suoi due rivali più quotati.
Jaques de Molay non fu mai un Maestro all'altezza della situazione.
Jaques de Molay fu dunque effettivamente l'ultimo Gran Maestro dell'Ordine dei Templari, arrestato nell'ottobre del 1307 dai balivi e dai siniscalchi regi su ordine di Filippo il Bello di Francia nel nome dell'Inquisizione.
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 JACQUES DE MOLAY
Jacques de Molay, (* um 1243, † 19.
Da es mehrere Orte namens Molay gab, ist nur anzunehmen, dass sein Geburtsort ein Molay im Bistum Besancon war.
Nachdem er die Geständnisse widerrufen hatte, wurde er 1314 auf dem Scheiterhaufen verbrannt.
www.toonorama.com /encyclopedia/J/Jacques_de_Molay   (277 words)

  
 The Scotsman - S2 Friday - Jesus or Jacques?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
"De Molay was accused of denying the divinity of Christ so it’s logical that they would have subjected him to a re-enactment of the suffering of Christ - including a copycat crucifixion," says Lomas.
In 1314, three months after de Molay was finally put to death, Bruce made his stand at Bannockburn.
As for de Molay, there is no recorded mention of the shroud until it was publicly shown for the first time in 1357 in the French town of Lirey by the widow of Geoffrey de Charnay.
thescotsman.scotsman.com /s2.cfm?id=338412002   (1774 words)

  
 The Second Messiah
Jaques de Molay was born in 1244, became a Templar in 1265 and Grand Master in 1297; the Templars regarded themselves as the guardians of the secret teachings of Jesus.
In 1307 Molay was arrested at the instigation of the Pope, who was alarmed at the spread of this influence and was crucified.
Using the latest scientific techniques, the prove that the shroud Molay was wrapped in is the one now known as the Turin Shroud.
www.randomhouse.co.uk /features/the_messiah/book.html   (253 words)

  
 Jacque de Molay - Above Top Secret Conspiracy Community
De Molay was convinced that no king had authority to sieze men or properties from the Templars, as they were only answerable to the pope himself.
They were Jaques de Molay, Goeffrey de Charnay, the preceptor of Normandy; Geoffrey de Gonneville, preceptor of Poitou and Aquitaine; and Hugh de Peraud, a former treasurer who had always cooperated with King Philip's officers.
As he was burning, de Molay cursed Philip IV and pope Clement V to meet him within the year before the throne of God to answer for their crime.
www.abovetopsecret.com /forum/thread66648/pg1   (3137 words)

  
 MYSTIC NET - Tempelritter: Eine untergegangene Geheimgesellschaft
Phillip faszinierte der unumschränkte Reichtum des Ordens, er wollte Teilhabe an den Tempelschätzen.
Piosard de Gizy berichtet in einem Brief von 1309, dass er drei Monate vor dem Gefängnis des Erzbischofs von Paris in einer Grube eingesperrt worden sei.
Als die Flammen emporschlugen soll Jaques de Molay König und Papst verflucht haben, innerhalb eines Jahres ihn an der Himmelspforte vor dem Gericht Gottes zu treffen.
www.mysticnet.de /templer/fall.html   (640 words)

  
 Die Templer
Jaques de Moley schrieb 1305 auf Anfrage des Papstes Clemens V. ein Gutachten indem er Für und Wider des Zusammenschlusses abwog, und, wie zu erwarten, die Idee verwarf.
Jaques de Moley hatte den Papst sogar selbst gebeten ein Untersuchungsverfahren einzuleiten um die Gerüchte und Verleumdungen auf diese Weise aus der Welt zu schaffen.
Dieser sogenannte "Charta transmissionis des Larmenius" stammte angeblich aus dem Jahre 1324, und gab an, dass Jaques de Moley kurz vor seinem Tode Johannes Marcus Larmenius zu seinem Nachfolger bestimmte.
www.land.salzburg.at /schule/fachbereichsarbeiten/h_templer/templer_fba.htm   (11814 words)

  
 Jacques de Molay - netlexikon
Sabine Delmarti: Jacques de Molay : son histoire, sa personalité, son rôle au sein de l'ordre des Templiers, son heritage.
Alain Demurger: Der letzte Templer : Leben und Sterben des Großmeisters Jacques de Molay.
Bücher zum Stichwort "Jacques de Molay" bei Amazon.de
www.lexikon-definition.de /Jacques-de-Molay.html   (355 words)

  
 Jaques Rouxel Definition / Jaques Rouxel Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Jaques Rouxel (26 February 1931 - 25 April April 25 is the 115th day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar (116th in leap years).
He did his most significant work for the Warner Bros. (Termite Terrace) and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studios, creating the characters of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Droopy; and his influence was located in almost all of the animated cartoon series by various studios in the 1940s and 1950s....
He is perhaps best known for his French TV series Les Shadoks Shadoks were the invention of the seminal French cartoonist Jaques Rouxel (February 26, 1931 - April 25, 2004) and became a major French TV phenomenon in the 1960s....
www.elresearch.com /Jaques_Rouxel   (290 words)

  
 sciforums.com - turin shroud
I doubt the face on the shroud is the face of Jaques de Molay.
The image on the shroud certainly does fit the description of De Molay as depicted in medieval wood cuts, a long nose, hair shoulder length and parted in the center, a full beard that forked at its base, not to mention the six-foot frame.
Also, Knight and Lomas speculate that de Molay was subjected to a mock crucifixion, as a reinactment of Jesus' suffering.
www.sciforums.com /printthread.php?t=41193   (1182 words)

  
 Knights Templar - The Esoteric Beginnings
In March of 1314, Jaques de Molay confessed to the alligations against his organization.
De Molay was the Grand Master of the Knights Templar.
Many Templars were executed, including Grand Master Jacques de Molay, who was publicly burned at the stake on March 11, 1314 in front of the cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris.
www.electricscotland.com /history/kt3.htm   (1766 words)

  
 The Turin Shroud
The treasures of the Knights Templar were brought to France by the Order's Grand Master, Jaques de Molay, and installed in the Temple at Paris.
1314 AD Jaques de Molay was burnt at the stake in Paris for heresy, along with the Grand Master of Templars of Normandy, Geoffrey de Charnay.
The widow of Geoffrey de Charnay exhibited the Shroud in the chapel at Lirey.
web.ukonline.co.uk /alisonross/history.html   (1413 words)

  
 Jacques de Molay
Sein Vater der burgundische Edelmann Jean der Longwy seine Mutter eine Tochter des Sire de Rahon.
Da mehrere Orte namens Molay gab ist nur dass sein Geburtsort ein Molay im Bistum Besancon war.
1285 wurde Jaques de Molay zum Komtur von Akkon ernannt hielt sich aber 1290 in Zypern auf und konnte nicht an der Akkons 1291 teilnehmen.
www.uni-protokolle.de /Lexikon/Jacques_de_Molay.html   (266 words)

  
 Jaques de Molay Definition / Jaques de Molay Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Upon his election before 20 April April 20 is the 110th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (111th in leap years).
Jacques de Molay failed to successfully lead the Order through the inquisitions made against it, and was burnt at the stake on an island in the river Seine in ParisParis is the capital city of France, as well as the capital of the Île-de-France région, whose territory encompasses Paris and its suburbs.
Jaques De Molay is the mystery figure that Julian meets in the graveyard.
www.elresearch.com /Jaques_de_Molay   (412 words)

  
 The True Origin of Satanism -
Many of the Templars were burned at the stake and murdered by the inquisition, the most noted being Grand Master Jaques de Molay.
The Shroud of Turin was of the blood and body fluids of Jaques de Molay as he was laid on a soft feather bed to recover for more torture from the Catholic inquisitors.
Before he was murdered at the stake, Molay cursed both the Pope and the King and predicted the death of both within the year.
www.freewebs.com /origin-of-satanism/historyofthebaphomet.htm   (1432 words)

  
 molay - Boolgum : moteur de recherche ( synonyme molay et comprateur de prix )
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 The Priory De Scion
The Priory De Scion had a strong influence across Europe during the Christian crusades and is said to have secret powers in Europe today, exercising their influence in the creation of the present European Union.
Step into the past, present and future and delve into why perhaps the Priory De Scion is alive and well and on schedule to once again rule the world in a modern day empirical era like never seen before.
It is said that the Priory De Scion was formed to protect a foremost worldly treasure, one beyond International banking itself.
www.scottbruno.com /priory-de-scion.htm   (1663 words)

  
 Review: The Rite of Mars   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
In her writing, directing and performance of the Rite of Mars this year, she exercised her considerable talent (published poet, novelist, storyteller) in creating this evocative interpretation of the life and times of Jaques de Molay, the twenty-third and last Grand Master of the Knights Templar, executed in 1314 as a heretic.
I'm told that the play itself was not entirely consistent with history, but rather a fictional portrayal inspired by history and the legacy of the Crusades themselves.
As Jaques de Molay, herself, she expressed both conviction and passion onstage in portraying the politics and war of the times.
www.beastbay.com /beastbay/963155886/index_html   (800 words)

  
 Jacques De Molay
Now Bradford University scientists claim that accelerator mass spectrometry results prove the face on the turin shroud is that of priest Jacques de Molay whose followers helped Scotland win independence from England in the 14th century.
Lomas believes the victim in the shroud was crucified by nailing him to a door which was slammed open and shut.
"De Molay was accused of denying the divinity of Christ so it's logical that they wouldhave subjected him to a re-enactment of the suffering of Christ - including a copycat crucifixion," says Lomas.
www.ancientworlds.net /417686   (588 words)

  
 Knights Templar - Scotland, The Templars' Protector
Jaques de Molay had been burned at the stake and Templars' were being arrested over the whole of Europe and England.
King David of Scotland awarded Hughes de Paynes and his Knights the lands of Ballatradoch, establishing their primary seat on the South Esk.
After King James II of England was over thrown, the Templar and the Masons made a desperate attempt to re-establish the House of Unicorns to the throne.
www.electricscotland.com /history/kt4.htm   (489 words)

  
 Orders connected to the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
At the instigation of King Philip le Bel of France, eager to gain the Templar's wealth and with the consent of his puppet, Pope Clement V, the members of the Order were imprisoned, accused of heresy and subjected to torture.
The Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem owes its origins to Godfrey de Bouillon of the first Crusade, who gathered around him a group of Knights who were entrusted with the protection of the religious Chapter of Canons at the Holy Sepulchre of Christ in 1100.
When the Prior, Louis De Manes, died in July 1611 there were no members of the community resident in the "Maison".
www.homeusers.prestel.co.uk /church/oosj/otherord.htm   (3751 words)

  
 ::: OSMTJ -> Noticias :::
La Ceremonia de Investidura dio comienzo a las 18:30 horas con la entrada de los Grandes Priores y Priores de los 9 países presentes, precedidos por sus enseñas nacionales y la interpretación de los himnos de cada país, para dar paso a la entrada del Gran Maestre y Príncipe Regente.
Doña Roula Rogan, que fue la encargada de la ceremonia, se ofreció una interesante conferencia sobre el Temple en Polonia para dar paso a la consagración del nuevo Gran Prior de Polonia; tras lo cual se procedió a la investidura de los nuevos Caballeros polacos de la Orden Soberana y Militar del Temple de Jerusalem.
Finalizada la Investidura tuvo lugar la Cena y Baile de Gala con motivo de tan importante acto que finalizó bien entrada la madrugada, siendo un importante momento donde los diversos templarios europeos pudieron estrechar lazos fraternales y personales que redundaran en un futuro muy cercano en importantes actividades comunes de carácter internacional.
www.osmtj.org /Secciones/Informacion/Noticias/noticia_06_investidurapolonia/desarrollo_06.htm   (336 words)

  
 A Page about Freemasonry: [topic]
The prediction and prophesy of the Grand Master of the Order of Knights Templar, Jacques de Molay, comes through: The King felt down from his horse and died before the year was through.
The painting shows the last known Grand Master Jacques de Molay as prisoner in his own confiscated Castle in Paris, the Le Temple, in front of representatives of his official judges, just before the Captain, Mr.
Main de Parellies is going to escort him to the horse-carriage that shall bring him to the stake outside the Notre Dam Church, where he shall be burned to death in the flames in front of his Judges, in front of the people of Paris, guarded by 100 soldiers, accused for being idol-worshipper.
www.mit.edu /people/dryfoo/Masons/Essays/demolay-painting.html   (4050 words)

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