My ancestors where Knight Templar From England who fought in the crusades. Found out by ancestry.com and family heirlooms. And also I'm a free mason with the rest of my family except the women who are Eastern Stars.
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"When I was a young man, I had liberty, but I did not see it; I had time, but I did not know it. And I had love, but I did not feel it. I was worried I did no have enough time to do everything, now I'm worried I do not have enough time to do anything" - Ezio Auditore da Firenze
Also a Freemason here, and the Knights Templar organization within the York Rite has nothing in common but the name with the historical knights templar. It is almost as if to pay homage to the templars legacy in masonic circles. Freemasonry, while tracing its roots back to "time immemorial" in a speculative way, did not exist in the form we think of it as existing until the early 1700s. The ideas and beliefs have existed for thousands of years, and that is the where that claim comes in. Until the 1700s the masons were exactly that, men who cut stone for a living.