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Chinon Parchment - History
... and uncompromised truth from the leaders of the said Order, namely Brother Jacques de Molay, Grandmaster of the Order of Knights Templar, Brother Raymbaud de Caron ... dated August 17-20, 1308) Raymbaud de Caron was the first to be interrogated, on August 17, 1308 ... on August 17th were Geoffroy de Charney and, third, Geoffroy de Gonneville ...
History Of The Knights Templar - Roman Catholic Church's Position
... the only three accused of heresy directly by the papal commission were Jacques de Molay, Grand Master of the Knights Templar, and his two immediate subordinates they were to renounce their heresy ... the "Curse of the Templars" became legend Reputedly uttered by the Grand Master Jacques de Molay upon the stake whence he burned, he adjured "Within one year, God will summon both Clement ... does not date from the time of the execution of Jacques de Molay ...
Trial Of The Knights Templar - Events in France - Recantation and Death of Templar Leaders in France
... Eventually King Philip's Inquisitors succeeded in making Jacques de Molay confess to the charges ... On 18 March 1314, de Molay and de Charney, recanted their confessions, stating they were innocent of the charges and they were only guilty of betraying their ... execution by burning of leader Jacques de Molay, and Geoffroi de Charney ...
Knights Templar - History - Decline - Arrests, Charges, and Dissolution
... sent letters to both the Templar Grand Master Jacques de Molay and the Hospitaller Grand Master Fulk de Villaret to discuss the possibility of merging the two Orders ... De Molay arrived first in early 1307, but de Villaret was delayed for several months ... While waiting, De Molay and Clement discussed charges that had been made two years prior by an ousted Templar ...
Execution Of Louis XVI - Jacques De Molay
... his hand into the blood, splashed drips of it onto the crown, and shouted, "Jacques de Molay, tu es vengé!" (usually translated as, "Jacques de Molay, thou art avenged") ... De Molay (died 1314), the last Grand Master of the Knights Templar, had reportedly cursed Louis' ancestor Philip the Fair, after the latter had sentenced him to burn at the stake based on false confessions ...