Templários

A Ordem do Templo de uma perspectiva histórica.

segunda-feira, maio 09, 2005

Uma Luz sobre os Templários??

Uma noticia interessante e que só à poucos dias tive conhecimento este artigo retirado da Internet do Times Online e aqui colocado na integra vem trazer mais um pouco de luz no processo contra a Ordem do Templo.
A noticia peço desculpa por não a traduzir mas direitos de autor impedem no entanto aqui fica um resumo, trata da noticia de documentos como o da investigação do papa no caso do processo templário e que se pensava ter sido roubado durante o saque das tropas napoleónicas foi de novo descoberto.
Barbara Frale investigadora na escola de Paleontologia do Vaticano disse que era consenso dos historiadores classificar Clemente V como fraco e cúmplice com o rei da França Filipe o Belo, mas agora documentos encontrados incluindo um grande pergaminho demonstram que afinal Clemente V terá manobrado a situação determinantemente enviando os seus próprios emissários para interrogarem De Molay e outros chefes Templários nas masmorras do castelo de Chinon no Loire em 1308, e que se tornou num julgamento papal.
Esta investigadora que está a escrever um livro sobre este mesmo pergaminho e disse a um jornal de mistérios históricos italiano chamado Hera, que o julgamento resultou na absolvição dos templários; declarados inocentes; tendo o papa aceite as suas explicações para as acusações de sodomia e blasfémia as quais resultavam da má compreensão de rituais a porta fechada que tinham em vista a preparação para a tortura a que podiam estar sujeitos os templários na luta contra os muçulmanos caso fossem capturados ensinando-os a abusarem da sua religião com a mente e não com o coração.
A única razão pela qual o julgamento não foi imediatamente público prende-se com o facto do escândalo que foi criado pelas acusações e antes que fosse tornado público, Filipe o Belo executa o Grão-Mestre e diversos templários perdendo-se assim o veredicto papal.
Penso que o resumo está com essencial da notícia. Esperarei mais notícias sobre este assunto quando estiver devidamente estudado até lá fica a referencia a mais um exemplo de que quando uma parte da História parece perdida para sempre ela volta de novo. Esperemos que aconteça com mais assuntos que precisam.

Britain
March 30, 2002 Vatican file shows pope pardoned massacred KnightsFrom Richard Owen in Rome

VATICAN documents have come to light showing that the wholesale massacre of the Knights Templar in the Middle Ages for alleged “heresy, idolatry and sexual perversion” — an episode still shrouded in mystery — took place even though the Pope had exonerated them in a secret trial.
The revelation will put pressure on the present Pope, who has asked the Muslim world for forgiveness for the Crusades, to apologise for the persecution of one of the main Crusading orders as well. The Templars, whose legendary power and wealth still exert a fascination, were disbanded by Pope Clement V at the Council of Vienne in France in 1312.
L’Avvenire, the Catholic daily, said that the record of the Pope’s investigation was thought to have been lost when Napoleon looted the Vatican during his invasion of Italy in the 18th century, and that its rediscovery was an exceptional event.
The Templar Grand Master, Jacques de Molay, was burnt at the stake on the orders of Philip IV of France (known as Philip the Fair), who coveted the Templar order’s land and treasure and began a campaign of dawn arrests and torture in 1307. At least 2,000 Knights were killed in an attempt to obliterate the order altogether. It was revived in the 18th century as part of the masonic movement, which is said to have inherited some of the Templars’ secret rituals.
Barbara Frale, a researcher at the Vatican School of Paleontology, said that the consensus among historians was that Clement V, who was himself French and a former Archbishop of Bordeaux, had been pliant and weak, and had colluded in Philip the Fair’s scheme to wipe out the Templars and seize their fortune. But documents found in the Vatican archives, including a long-lost parchment, proved that the Pope had in fact manoeuvred “with skill and determination” to ensure that his own emissaries questioned de Molay and other leading Templars in the dungeons of Chinon castle in the Loire in 1308, in what amounted to a papal trial.
Signora Frale, who is writing a book based on the Chinon parchment, told the Italian monthly Hera, a journal of historical mysteries, that the result was the complete exoneration of the Knights.
The Pope had accepted the Knights’ explanation that the charges against them of sodomy and blasphemy were due to a misunderstanding of arcane rituals behind closed doors which had their origins in the Crusaders’ bitter struggle against the Muslims, or Saracens. These included “denying Christ and spitting on the Cross three times”, as well as “kissing other men’s behinds”. Adriano Forgione, editor of Hera, said that these were intended to simulate the kind of humiliation and torture that a Crusader might be subjected to by the Saracens if captured. They were taught how to abuse their own religion “with the mind only and not with the heart”.
The Knights Templar — properly called The Poor Knights of Christ and the Temple of Solomon — were founded during the early Crusades in the 12th century, when they protected pilgrims to the Holy Land, together with the Hospitallers (or Knights of St John). The Templars were so called because they were given part of the former Temple of Solomon in Jerusalem as their headquarters.
Noting that de Molay and the Knights had asked his pardon, the Pope wrote: “We hereby decree that they are absolved by the church and may again receive Christian sacraments.” Signor Forgione said that the Pope had failed to make this absolution public because the scandal of the Templars had aroused extreme passions and he feared a church schism. Philip IV had de Molay and other Templar leaders put to death before the Pope’s verdict could be published, and it was subsequently lost.

6 Comments:

At 1:09 da tarde, Blogger Baphomet said...

continua a busca por mais noticias sobre este assunto...cá estaremos á espera

 
At 2:24 da tarde, Blogger Marco said...

No Canal História da TVCabo também passou um programa sobre os Templários. Muito bom!

 
At 10:36 da manhã, Blogger bota said...

podias procurar um bocadinho de luz para colocar na página do teu blogsítio. o fundo escuro ... merecia um pouco de luz.
Bom trabalho !!

 
At 11:59 da manhã, Blogger Templar said...

Caro Bota espero que esta luz seja do seu agrado!
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At 11:47 da manhã, Blogger bota said...

Melhorou bastante. assim consegue-se ler até ao fim. muito bom trabalho.

 
At 1:50 da tarde, Anonymous Anónimo said...

Mais uma prova de que a história dos templários dá muitas voltas.

parabéns pelo blog!

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