Does proof exist of Templar roots in the practice of gnostic religion and philosophy?

Templar hosts Timothy Hogan and Scott Wolter present examples, spanning faiths and continents, of the secret order’s foundational belief in gnosis — divine spiritual knowledge. From Plato’s cave of shadows to the rise of Lazurus and the abraxus wax seal, discover why the Knights were said by some mystics to “be more Christian than the Christians of Rome.” How did the Templar hallmark of honoring the sacred flame in all of us spread gnostic influence, and why did the order’s metaphorical interpretation of Christos consciousness spark Catholic backlash?

Audio Languages: English
Subtitles: English