Next week it will be Friday the 13th again. But this time it won’t be just ANY such date, this will be the actual anniversary of the original day.
Friday, the 13th of October, 1307 – was the date on which the Templar Order was routed in France, its members arrested and later executed. According to many researchers, that is what led to this date conjunction to be considered unlucky (or horrible.)
For nearly two hundred years before that, The Templar Order was the most prominent force in Europe, whose wealth and power easily rivaled and even surpassed that of the Vatican itself. But after having been rounded up in France on that day, the Order basically ceased to exist in its original form.
The “timely” conjunction this year will celebrate no less than the 699th anniversary of that original fatal date. And “699” is in fact a most significant figure in Templar lore.