News flash


Australian Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, scrapped Knight and Dame titles from the Australian Honour System. This led to the misconception, that those titles bestowed onto a Squire/Page from any Order (like ours or E.g. the Order of the Hospitallers); do not exist anymore. That is NOT so, and they are still bestowed onto eligible persons. 


NO  –  this website of the Order of the Australian Templar Knights is NOT just another group of so-called Templar Knights.


YES  –  we represent and follow the same ideas and ideals of so many groups, which do a great job and follow the basics of monarchy, nobility, chivalry, Knighthood as-such and maybe even the St Bernhard’s Rules; BUT, we keep and uphold the truth, any truth even if it hurts.


Thus, the highest purpose of the Order is the concern for the preservation of those ancient primordial elements that, as cultural beneficiaries, create the beauty and dignity of a higher knowledge. We, as Templar Knights, are thus able to imagine under a guidance the living organism of a group, which not only ensures the preservation of this growth, but also leads it to the highest freedom through the furthering of its spiritual and idealistic capacities.


We celebrate our victories but we don’t mourn our loss like the palm fronds waving, tearful pacifist mourners. We were founded by the victorious sword of special peoples, taking it into the service of a higher civilization. Anyone who speaks of a mission of the Order of the Templar Knights on earth must know that it can exist only in the formation of a tight togetherness of individuals with the same goal. Templar Knights see their highest task in the preservation and promotion of the undamaged noblest elements not only of our history, indeed but also about our future.


JIHAD (Holy War) – is a war fought in ones own country, to fight against the infiltration of another religious belief.

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The church makes extraordinary admissions about its New Testament. For example, when discussing the origin of those writings, ‘the most distinguished body of academic opinion ever assembled’ (Catholic Encyclopaedias, Preface) admits that the Gospels ‘do not go back to the first century of the Christian era’ (Catholic Encyclopaedia, Farley ed., vol. VI, p.137, pp. 655-6). This statement conflicts with priesthood assertions that the earliest Gospels were progressively written during the decades following the death of the Jesus Christ. In a remarkable aside, the church further admits that ‘the earliest of the extant manuscripts [of the New Testament], it is true, do not date back beyond the middle of the fourth century AD’ ( Catholic Encyclopaedia, op. Cit., pp. 655-7). That is 350 years after the time the church claims thgat a Hesus Christ walked the sands of Palestine, and here the true story of Christian origin slips into one of the biggest black holes in history.

The New Testaments quotes many historical events, but the historical writings state not one of the religious events.

Gospel = God spell