Schiller responded only briefly, saying “I know” or that she understood what Templar was saying, without endorsing his views.
Templar, who maintains that he “literally handled every inch of this story,” says he feels “exploited.”
He allegedly attended a 2002 meeting to revive the Templar order.
Below is the view expressed by The Templar, itself, and also repeated by the Witness.
The Élysée has the faith, and the thirst also, of the Templar.
The Templar rose, and he forgot not to gird on his sword as he followed the knight.
It was also afterwards published in The Templar and in several other papers.
Obviously, therefore, Templar influence was kept in the background.
Startled by so sudden a query, the wily Templar faltered in his reply.
She could only think him the ghost of a Templar, screamed, and fainted.
late 13c., from Anglo-French templer, Old French templier (c.1200), from Medieval Latin templaris (mid-12c.), member of the medieval religious/military order known as Knights Templars (c.1118-1312), so called because they had headquarters in a building near Solomon's Temple in Jerusalem.