“The Sword of Jerusalem. A relic with power from God. It's forged from blessed Damascus steel and the spikes used on the Cross.” No one ever heard of it until now. It's the key to finding the lost Ark.
Adam through the power of the sword has become the Grand Master of the New Templar Warriors. A group of twenty-four battle hardened retired Marines who have sworn an oath to fight evil for God and country.
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Adam took me to see the sword in his room. He removed a box that was hidden in his room and opened it, taking out an old broadsword. The scabbard looked old. The handle or grip was inlaid with gold and contained embedded rubies. The pummel had a golden cross on it. Holding the sword in both hands he kissed the handle and then pulled the large blade out of its scabbard.
Adam said, “This is the Sword of Jerusalem. A holy relic with power given to it by God. It is forged from blessed Damascus steel and the spikes used on the Cross of Christ which were melted into the steel during the forging process.”
I could only say, “Wow! It’s a beautiful sword.” You could feel the power emanating from this relic. It’s hard to describe the feeling but you knew this sword was special and possibly had powers beyond reason.
We bent over the sword looking closely at finely engraved print on the blade. Pointing at the engraved words Adam said, “This Sword is gifted to the Knights Templar Grand Master by Baldwin the Second, King of Jerusalem. Year of our Lord 1120 A.D.”
“Is that all it says?” I asked.
Adam commented, “This sword contains the clues to find the Templar Treasure which includes the lost Ark of Covenant. Here’s a date … 1124 A.D., Year of Our Lord when the Templars found the treasure.”
Adam began to ramble, telling me a long story, about the Templars history.
“The Knights Templar were founded in 1118 by Hughes de Payen. This occurred after they had a meeting with King Baldwin II, the King of Jerusalem. His older brother was Godfroi de Bouillon who led the crusaders to victory in the Holy Land twenty years earlier.
“The Knights offered themselves as an order that would protect the roadways for pilgrims journeying to Jerusalem. They were given an entire wing of the royal palace for their headquarters. The wing had been built upon the foundations of Solomon’s Temple. They received their name ‘The Knights of the Temple.’ Their real mission was to excavate the tunnels under Solomon’s Temple looking for the treasure.
“In 1129, the Roman Catholic Church endorsed them as Holy Warriors and the protectors of Christendom. The Templars' reputation for bravery was well known. They were not allowed to retreat from battle and were obliged to fight to the death. They were also pledged to secrecy about the workings of the order.”
“That’s very interesting, Adam.”
“Oh, there’s a lot more.”
“Okay. But right now, tell me about the map engraved on the blade?”