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    Question Your Opinion about the Knights of the Temple?

    What is your opinion about them?
    I think they were NOT christians at last.
    Are they worshiped true the Baphomet?
    Some people believe that they were homosexuals because of their symbol...
    What do you believe?

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    I believe templars were a Christian sect who became somewhat heretical due to mixing with Middle Easterners in the crusades. They formed a fraternity after fighting alongside each other.

    Is Baphomet Homosexual? I never heard this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Nationalist
    I believe templars were a Christian sect who became somewhat heretical due to mixing with Middle Easterners in the crusades. They formed a fraternity after fighting alongside each other.

    Is Baphomet Homosexual? I never heard this.
    The word Baphomet is probably a corruption of the Arabic word "abufihamet" acording to Shah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Nationalist
    Is Baphomet Homosexual? I never heard this.
    No but Levi's Baphomet was androgynous.

    The Baphomet symbol people think of is from the 19th century, not the Templar confessions, so it wasnt responsible for any of the accustations which were made about them.

    Not a lot is known about the Templars, but other Orders also attracted criticisms from outside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cumbrian
    The word Baphomet is probably a corruption of the Arabic word "abufihamet" acording to Shah.
    I have heared that the word "Baphomet" comes from the city Paphos or Baphos ( "baphos" means drugs in greek argo too, but I don't believe that has something to do with this god ) who was occupated by the Knights for a few years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Nationalist
    I believe templars were a Christian sect who became somewhat heretical due to mixing with Middle Easterners in the crusades. They formed a fraternity after fighting alongside each other.

    Is Baphomet Homosexual? I never heard this.
    I didn't mean that he was a homosexual god, but that the knight had homosexual practices.

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    I have read that "baphomet" had the meaning , in the hellinistic periode and special in Alexandria of Egypt , of a person who has a real saurse to the knowlang and he knows the secrets of hermitism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wotanimus
    I didn't mean that he was a homosexual god, but that the knight had homosexual practices.
    I dont think theres a good reason to believe that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wotanimus
    I have read that "baphomet" had the meaning , in the hellinistic periode and special in Alexandria of Egypt , of a person who has a real saurse to the knowlang and he knows the secrets of hermitism.
    I think youre confused and youre thinking of Sufism, which is related to hermetic studies, "abufihamet" is associated with Sufism.

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