Welcome to Knights Templar-UK

KnightsTemplar.org.uk

Mysteries, legends, adventure and myths, the history of the Knights Templar has it all. It has one of the most recognisable  symbols in the world today, the red cross.  In 1128 Pope Honorius II assigned the templar Knights the white mantle of the Cistercians, on which they wore the red cross with square ends. However in 1147, Pope Eugenius III ordained the use of the 'Eight Pointed Cross', which has been used by the Knights Templar ever since. But, who are the Knights Templar ?

Few people really know, and on this site we give a brief history of the order, the power they held, what they have become now, and details of how you, as a citizen , can, by becoming a member, help the United Kingdom, be more the place you want it to be.
Compared to other Knights Templar organisations, it's likely you'll find our organisation a little more 'hard core', because we, with a few modern adaptations, are attempting to fight for what the original Knights Templar, were actually formed for.

Think about this : The original Knights Templar were formed as a Christian Military Order to protect pilgrims visiting the Holy Land. Because of little or no armies and lack of defence, many European countries then hired the Knights Templar to fight against the march of  Islamic migrants  becoming dominant  in those countries. All this was happening in the 11th, 12th and 13th centuries.

Protecting ones faith ? Not wanting to be governed by others ? Lack of proper defence ?  Ring any bells ?

If you genuinely care about preserving the British way of life, don't just moan about the injustices being done and then do nothing, because doing nothing, allows them to happen !  At least try to do something about it and maybe join us.

knights templar seal

knights templar logo

To the left, the Knights Templar seal depicting two Knights on one horse, to symbolise their original austere vows, as a religious order of poverty & chastity. Hence, they could only afford one horse for two Knights. On the right a modern adaptation , used mainly by Templar in the USA.