Happy “Friday the 13th”

after all, unless you’re a member of the Knights Templar, you probably have nothing to worry about.

If you don’t know what I mean, do an internet search for “Knights Templar Friday 13”.

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6 thoughts on “Happy “Friday the 13th”

  1. This is fascinating. I did a search. I also looked on Netflix. There are some movies and documentaries on this. Today I am mailing that DVD to you that we spoke of. This stuff is all connected.

    • You should watch the series Millennium, too, if you haven’t seen it. The second season got in to Templaresque stuff, which is what got me in to the show, and slightly obsessed with the Templars for a few years. Chris Carter just happened to be born on October 13th. 🙂

      • I was a semi-reliable viewer of Lance Hendrix & company when the show was broadcasting originally. I still use the ouroboros screen saver on my computer!

      • Thanks! I’ll check out Millenium. The video I was referring to which connects it all is on you tube “JFK 911.” It’s amazing!

      • Just one “heads-up” – Millennium can be a dark, down-tone TV show at times. Think of it as “X-Files” with the violence more graphically shown. I still liked it back then, but I know it isn’t for everyone. I’m not sure I would like it now, given how my tastes have changed in the last 5 years.

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