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Offline Paul A
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« Reply #10 on: May 19, 2010, 08:47:42 am »
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Quote:Posted by hardluck
I suspect that the cave is not a Templar site but a site created in the mid 18th century. Perhaps a mason initiation site. It was allegedly rediscovered in 1742. A the time these secret clubs and societies became very popular. The Masons created their beliefs system on what they believed of the Templar traditions.

Yes, Having visited there a good few times (In laws live just round the corner!) I'm inclined to agree......
However, that said, It wouldn't surprise me at all if it had once been Templar.
Some of the carvings/drawings look a good deal older than others.
So maybe the originals were "added to" over the years....
Quote:Posted by hardluck
Hello Paul A

I have vaguely heard of that intriguing story. Do you know more details of the Temple Dinsley treasure story?

I  am sure many on this forum would be interested in reading it.


I think I might go over there in the next day or two and take some photos of the area.
I'll post them up.
There may be a small element of truth to it all - who knows!


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