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Knights Templar Linked to the Narragansett Rune Stone Markings

Knights Templar

<![CDATA[Minnesota forensic geologist Scott Wolter has recently examined the Narragansett Rune Stone and declared that the "hooked X" symbol on it could be associated with the Knights Templar. According to Wolter, this mysterious stone uncovered in 1984 in Pojac Point, contains markings linked with the members of an ancient secret society who believed that Mary Magdalene and Jesus had children. Scott believes it is crucial for the stone to be maintained in a proper state for future study. Wolter is the host of the show America Unearthed on the History Channel. He mentions that Pojac Point could easily profit by putting the stone on display, as it is bound to attract tourists due to the possibility that it originates from before the time of Christopher Columbus. Wolter managed to trace the hooked X symbol to a charter that is associated with the Knights Templar, dating back to the year 1128. The symbol can be found on the second line of the stone, which is about 7 feet long and weighs 6 tons. Wolter showed how this hooked X symbol is a reference to the Cross of Lorraine, a slanted cross that has one long and one short crossbar. This design can be seen on the logos of the world famous Oreo cookie and the American Lung Association. The Cross of Lorraine is believed to symbolize the bloodline of two families. It is a sign that mocks Christ and actually depicts him on a cross. Wolter also spoke about the Templar's explorations of North America. He believes that the Native Americans wiped out the Vikings in the 1200s because they failed to appreciate their way of life. On the other hand, the Templar interacted with the locals, sharing blood and rituals. The Templar are believed to have practiced dualism, a religion based on the concept of opposites such as heaven and earth, male and female and light and dark. It is thought that when the Templar failed to align with the Roman Church, they began exploring the Americas and forming strategic alliances with the natives. Wolter states that the first missionaries to arrive in Canada found the locals to be performing the very same rituals that were being practiced in Europe. Wolter argues that either these rituals were developed simultaneously in the two continents, (which seems highly unlikely), or contact had been made previously. Wolter also mentions the Newport Tower, a structure located in Newport Touro Park that is believed to have been created by Europeans, way before Christopher Columbus discovered the Americas. Wolter shows how a line that is formed by the sun on the winter solstice at around 09.00am, falls directly on an egg shaped keystone located in the Tower and extends to the Kensington Rune Stone in Minnesota. Wolter believes that the Kensington Rune Stone was also left by the Knights Templar. Local Council President Elizabeth Dolan states that she found the possibilities brought forward by Wolter amazing. She believes that the evidence must be preserved properly. Another Council member, Kerry McKay, argues that regardless of the truth about the Knights Templar, the stone offers a "great story" and it must be preserved properly. ]]>

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