THE DEATH OF JACQUES DE MOLAY (13 MARCH 1314)
While the fire that would have devoured him was already burning (1,2), Jacques De Molay, Grand Master and head of the Templar order, gave 4 prophecies. Of these, the first 3 were completed flawlessly, the last one would have had to wait 700 years .. before il was done. We note, however, that counting the 700 years up to the beginning of the 700th year we get as predicted date March 13, 2013, a month and two days after the date of publication of Benedict XVI’s “Declaratio” [Proof: in fact, March 13, 1315 corresponds to the beginning of the second year, March 13, 1315 to the beginning of the third, …, and finally March 13, 2013 to the beginning of the 700th].
THE PROPHECIES OF JACQUES DE MOLAY
Philip IV the Fair, in the desire to destroy the Order of the Templars, burned the Grand Master of the Order Jacques de Molay and the 37 knights of the Order accused of heresy at the stake. When the Grand Master saw the stake, he asked his executioners to face the cathedral: “Please let me join hands for one last prayer. I’ll die soon and God knows it’s unfair. But I tell you that misfortune will fall on those who unjustly condemn us. ”
– Addressing Pope Clement V, he told him:“ You will die within 40 days ”. In fact, Clement V died 33 days later.
– Turning to King Philip IV of France, known as “the Beautiful”, he said: “You will die by the end of 1314”. Philip the Fair died on November 29, 1314.
– Addressing the French Monarchy, he said: “The French Royal House will definitely fall within the 13th generation of Philip IV”. Louis XVI was effectively the 13th descendant of Philip IV and the last King of France.
– Addressing the Roman Church he said: “The Papacy will end within 700 years of my death”.
The death by the year 1314 of both characters (Pope Clement V and King Philip IV) only reinforced the common idea that he had fallen victim to an injustice (3).
As for the third prophecy, the execution of Louis XVI during the French Revolution (which effectively ended the absolute monarchy in France) was seen as the culmination of the “revenge of the Templars”. So much so that the executioner Charles-Henri Sanson, before lowering the guillotine on the sovereign’s head, would have murmured to him: “I am a Templar, and I am here to carry out Jacques de Molay’s revenge.” (4)
Finally for the fourth prophecy, will this also come true? Seven hundred years expired in 2014, but following the above calculation, the correct year would follow, 2013, but not the day that should actually be February 11, 2013 (when Pope Benedict XVI actually announced his alleged resignation with the famous “Declaratio”).
THE GREGORIAN CALENDAR DATE CHANGE
However, it is also necessary to take into account the date change implemented by Pope Gregory XIII in 1582 which implies the cancellation (abbreviation) of 10 days from the calendar. It is concluded that the date foreseen by the prophecy (March 13, 2013) should actually correspond to the date of March 23 in the Gregorian calendar.
It follows, therefore, that 11 February 2013 is still correctly included in the period predicted for by the prophecy.