THE ORIGINAL TEMPLAR CREED.

“The original Templar creed taught Unity Consciousness and love, cooperation and respect toward all other life forms.  It did not appoint some groups as being godly and others as evil; it taught of the necessity for equality between peoples and genders and the need to heal and integrate all aspects of society.  The original Templar teachings promoted kindness, gentleness, toler­ance and power through comprehension of sacred energy mechanics and con­sciousness embodiment of the God-force.  They did not teach that God was a male authority figure who passed judgment upon sinful, inferior humans. They did not teach that the male gender was formed in the image of God and the female was a lesser part extracted through the godly male to hold a position of subservience to men.  The original Templar creed did not endorse the exploi­tation of the plant, animal and mineral kingdoms for the purpose of personal sustenance and materialistic gain, it taught respect and reverence for all life.  The original Templar did not teach of “good and evil”; it taught that evil deeds were the result of ignorance to the true structure of the universe, and that evil was cured by education through the Law of One.  It taught that peo­ples were created to be free, and in that freedom should be taught how to become co-creators with the God-force.  It taught that every being in the universe was an individual face and expression of God, and that brotherhood was simply the rational result of this comprehension.”

 

Voyagers Volume II Page 68 excerpt Copyright ©2002 by Ashayana Deane, Granite Publishing

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