Friday 13th Knights Templar killed – As today is Friday the 13th, you should use extreme caution. A second “Friday the 13th” will occur in October of 2023 as a way to celebrate and remember the day. May of 2022 marked the conclusion of the most recent one. (one and alone in the year 2022) The greatest number that can ever be present will be reached in the year 2026, when there will be a total of three. It is not conceivable for there to be an entire year that does not have a Friday the 13th. A military order known as the Order of the Temple Knights was established in Jerusalem in 1118 and remained active there for the succeeding two centuries after its inception. They were responsible for guaranteeing the pilgrims’ safety throughout the entire journey, which began in Europe and ended in Jerusalem.
These knights came up with an innovative method of banking for the pilgrims, one that protected the pilgrims’ money and kept it safe. This financial system was so effective that it was quickly implemented over the entirety of Europe. This was due to how smoothly it operated. In the end, King Philip IV of France owed a considerable sum of money to the Knights of the Round Table. Both his financial situation and the accomplishments of the Knights were sources of his rage and resentment. As a result, he devised a plan to eliminate each and every Knight of the Templar within the span of a single day. The 13th of October, which was a Friday in the year 1307, was selected as the date that would be observed. Philip gave his plan to all of the King’s troops and Bailiffs located around France one month in advance, with the instructions that they shouldn’t look at it until Friday the 13th at sunrise. This was the only time they were allowed to look at it. The unlucky number 13, which was about to be disclosed, was going to be found on this day.
Philip, with the assistance of Pope Clement V, hurled accusations against the Knights, stating that they were so corrupt that no one would assist them in their mission. Philip’s claims were supported by the Pope. They were accused of engaging in acts of religious heresy, which, in essence, meant that they had spit and walked on a cross, engaged in homosexual rituals, and denied the existence of Christ. All of these acts were considered heretical. The Grandmaster was put to death by being burned at the stake, but not before he used his last words to pronounce a death sentence on King Philip IV and Pope Clement V, claiming that they would both pass away before the end of the year. This occurred before the Grandmaster was put to death by being burned at the stake. Both people did, in fact, pass away prior to the conclusion of the year, which provides additional support for the urban legend that surrounds Friday the 13th.