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Old 16-11-2017, 05:35 PM   #19
iamawaveofthesea
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Great story waves, here is the place where many a Templar are burried.
someone was doing some gardening in the graveyard of that church a few years back and stumbled on an old templar gravestone lying under the topsoil.

The knights of st john were also headquartered to the north west of temple at torphican

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This was done to get taxes into scotland for the very first time, by R de Bruce the illigtemate son of a Norman Knight, and in 1314 the machinations of the masons got their wish.
yeah i believe that the norman freemasons got their guy into power with robert the bruce
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