FRIDAY THE 13TH - DAY OF INFAMY...OR DAY OF THE GODDESS?
The Knights Templar restore the truth on the 710th Anniversary of the Persecution
When did Friday the 13th become known as a day of bad luck? 710 years ago today, to be exact - the day the tyrannical French king, Phillip IV, launched his infamous take-down, defamation, and savage persecution of Europe's most revered Order of Chivalry. Later exonerated by the Vatican, the 6,000 members of the Order were hunted down, tortured, made to confess to a prepared list of crimes (which many later recanted), and seemed to disappear from the pages of history. The Order survived underground in many guises, as only 600 Templars were captured. Today, the Order has been lineally and legally restored to its full heritage. Learn the full truth of the deeper meaning of Friday the 13th - a day sacred to the Divine Feminine - and why the Templars solemnly honor this anniversary in memory of the Martyrs to the Magdalene.
ORIGINALLY BROADCAST 2 YEARS AGO TODAY, PLEASE WATCH TO HEAR ABOUT THE RESTORATION, MISSIONS AND WHY/HOW THIS IS HAPPENING: