Is there Knights Templar Treasure Hidden in California?
Thursday, March 30th, 2017at 10:30 pm EDT, join the resolute seeker of truth, René Barnett of NightVision Radio invites author and researcher Walter Bosley to help shine a light on centuries old Knights Templar treasure hidden in plain sight in California and throughout the Americas.
Walter Bosley is an investigator of historical occult mysteries, author of pulp fiction novels and a screenwriter. After nineteen years in national security, Walter Bosley is a licensed private investigator in California where he also runs his small press publishing company, Lost Continent Library, founded in 2002. Bosley has traveled much of the world, both on the job and off, including trips through Mexico and South America with David Hatcher Childress whose WEX Magazine has published articles by Bosley.
Walter Bosley was born in San Diego, California, and attended SDSU where he earned a B.A. in Journalism. He has been employed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, is an inactive reserve officer in the US Air Force for which he served as a Special Agent of the AFOSI while on active duty, and worked as a counterterrorism consultant for six years following military service.
What’s the history behind Knights Templar Relics and Treasure?
There are various legends concerning a treasure that some Templars managed to hide from King Philip and that was later lost. One particular story concerns Rennes-le-Château, where a treasure was supposedly found in the 19th century; one speculative source for that treasure was the long-lost treasure of the Templars.
In 1910 publication by one Joaquín Miret y Sans, the case is made that the Knights Templar hid and buried the great treasure in Vrana, Zadar County, because Ramón from Serò near Granja del Pairs in Noguera (comarca) in Catalonia gave a generous gift to the Knights Templar into the hands of their Grand Master Arnold of Torroja. This Ramón was the son of Romana the daughter of Benesmiro de Siponto who was the justitiarius of Monte Sant’Angelo and who was sent by Pope Alexander III as a notifier to Šibenik.
Hugh J. Schonfield (1984) argued that the Knights Templar may have found the Copper Scroll treasure of the Qumran Essenes in the tunnels beneath the Temple Mount. He suggested that this might explain one of the charges of heresy which were later brought against the knights by the Medieval Inquisition. – source
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