Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas

Knights Templar: Rosslyn Chapel in Midlothian, Scotland. Founded in the mid-15th century by William Sinclair, who was descended from a noble family of Norman knights. The chapel is said to have many #Knights #Templar symbols, and has been featured in more than one novel.


Rosslyn Chapel. One of Britain's most mysterious buildings,unfinished Rosslyn Chapel.It is the subject of numerous theories related to Freemasonry and Knights Templar,and is a favourite of Holy Grail hunters.One of its most notable features is the Apprentice Pillar.Legend has it that a young mason defied his master by adding a beautiful pattern to the column. In a jealous rage the master bludgeoned the apprentice to death,as punishment for his crime had his own face carved on the opposite…


The book, "The Hiram Key" written by Knight & Lomas, looks at the origins of Freemasonry, from the times of the pharoahs up to modern day Freemasonry. They came up with a theory that modern Freemasonry originated from the devolvement of the Knights Templar in 1307, this was seen as quite controversial in Masonic terms, as The Grand Lodge of England was not formed until 1717.


A Green Man at Rosslyn Chapel, near Edinburgh. Although the Green Man first appeared in the Middle Ages, his roots can be traced to Roman, Greek, and pagan myths. Carvings of the ancient god can be found across Britain. His significance puzzles historians. A pagan symbol of fertility, or of eternity and rebirth? His image is all around us: like mushrooms and blackberries, the more you look, the more you find