Evidence the Knights Templar Migrated to Brazil
In the heart of Brazil lies a cave with carvings that may rewrite history. Long before Columbus set foot in the New World, a Medieval society had already taken root. Now researchers are looking for what drove this group across the Atlantic Ocean.
What were they in search of, and what secrets do they now offer the world? A new documentary titled, “The Brazilian Templars Mystery,” sheds light on one of the most overlooked clues to our past and one of the most intriguing and misunderstood cult of warriors — the Knights Templar.
Around 1118 A.D., Hugues de Payens, a French knight, created a military order, along with eight relatives and acquaintances, who became known as the Knights Templar. The order grew rapidly into a large organization of devout Christians during the Middle Ages, charged with an important mission: to protect European travelers on their pilgrimage to the Holy Land and carry out military operations that would ensure a free flow of unhindered pilgrims.
The members of this colorful order of knights swore oaths of poverty and chastity and wore a distinctive badge bearing a red cross on a white mantle. As pilgrimages grew in intensity, so did the numbers of Templars until they became Medieval Christendom’s leading military order.
Over time, the Templars gained a reputation as a wealthy, powerful, and mysterious order that was well-known for their activities as droves of travelers made their way to the holy sites of Jerusalem. When Christian armies wrested control of Jerusalem in 1099 A.D., the Templars opened the floodgates for more and more pilgrims to join.
While the Templars met with some criticism at the outset, everything quickly changed in 1129 A.D., when the warriors were given a blessing by the Catholic Church. Ten years later, Pope Innocent II granted them special rights, including exemption from paying taxes, permission to build their own oratories, and freedom from all authority except that of the Pope. However, nearly 200 years afterward, the Knights Templar fell out of favor, leading the French King Philip IV to not only strip them of their rights and privileges but also to imprison hundreds of their legion in a well-fortified dungeon in Domme, southwestern France.
The Brazilian Templars Mystery is the story of Dr. Kathleen Ball — explorer, researcher, historian, and adventurer — whose travels take her and her friend Adele deep into a land of breathtaking vistas, running waterfalls, and lush mountainous jungle.
As they explore the area, they come upon a stranger who tells them of a mysterious vein of quartz rock stretching for miles nearby. With their curiosities piqued, Bell and her friend set off with the man across the hilly terrain. Soon after, they come across a discovery that could forever transform history’s understanding of the Knights Templar: Finding a nondescript cave in the thick brush, Bell and her companion are struck with images of the Templar’s cross etched into the cave’s walls.
Immediately, Ball connected the engravings in the Brazilian cave with those in a dungeon in France that she visited six years prior, in May 2009. The prison once held hundreds of Knights Templar that were sentenced to death by King Philip IV in the early 1300s. Still adorning the dank, porous walls of the French prison are carved depictions of crosses, male figures, and other images.
Ball took hundreds of photographs, stunned by the eerie environs of the French prison. There was no mistaking the similarities between what Ball found in the Medieval dungeon and what she discovered in Brazil. Both had the mark of the Knights Templar indelibly carved into the walls.
Knowing they had lost their stronghold in the Holy Land and that their entire order was in jeopardy of annihilation, the Knights Templar took drastic measures, leading them to traverse the Atlantic Ocean in search of their own New World.
The Templars arrived in Brazil in the 1200s, centuries before Columbus would announce the discovery of the Americas to Europe. Fleeing across the world to safety, this band of Templars effectively escaped the fates of their comrades at the hand of King Philip IV.
Ball notes, “‘The Templars, as is well known, owned most of the ships during the 12th-through-14th centuries, and commanded the most powerful and organized fighting army and sailing crews, and had amassed a huge fortune and were being persecuted by both King Philip the Fair and the Catholic Church. They needed lands where they could further their agenda.” The biggest mystery still seems to be the how, when, and who of their epic resettlement.
There already exists a tremendous mystery around the Knights Templar and their secret mission to secure their religious practices from persecution from the Church, and Ball uncovers a seemingly impossible trail from France, to Portugal, to the Brazilian wilderness, where the Knights Templar were able to regroup and settle.
The Mathematical Genius Encoded in the Great Pyramid
Across the shifting sands of time, nowhere has remained more mysterious than ancient Egypt. This desert beacon continues to allure millions due to its unsolved secrets, theories, and godlike pharaohs.
But perhaps the greatest reason for Egypt’s enduring popularity is a theory that places the age of this enigmatic land’s monuments so far back in history that Egyptology’s explanations seem untenable. This ultra-ancient origin has led many to surmise that the people who built these physical structures were capable of such an advanced level of engineering, in which they encoded the mathematical principles of life itself.
The architects of ancient Egypt’s monuments were far more purposeful in their proportions, measurements, angles, and equations than most modern-day archaeologists credit them with. There is also the distinct possibility that these architects found a way to naturally harness electricity from the Earth itself.
A Mathematical Code of the Universe?
While archaeologists have long been infatuated with the construction and grandeur of the Egyptian pyramids, the greatest mystery may have nothing to do with how these structures were precisely designed and crafted, but more about how they were potentially used as powerful devices to generate electrical power.
The Great Pyramid of Giza features both a shape and location designed to harbor mathematical constants. This same mathematical theory can be found throughout nature and across the universe.
Nikola Tesla, who sought to tap into the electromagnetic currents of the earth to bring the world unlimited electrical power, was in touch with these same mathematical underpinnings. Like the pyramid builders, Tesla realized Earth is a magnetic generator, spinning around two poles, with the potential to generate limitless energy.
In 1905, he filed a United States patent, titled “The art of transmitting electrical energy through the natural medium,” and conceptualized designs for a series of generators stationed in strategic sites worldwide that would collect energy from the ionosphere. With its two poles, Tesla saw the earth as a massive electrical generator of limitless energy and designed generators based on the pyramids’ design.