Brand: Eastgate Resources
Product Code: east/KT14/n16292
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95 SEK
Ex Tax: 76 SEK

The Blade and Chalice Pendant for Perfect Love and Perfect Trust is made of lead-free pewter with gold plate and enamel, and it comes with an allergy friendly, stainless steel chain. The pendant is appr. 13 mm (1/2") wide and 38 mm (1-1/2") high, and the chain is appr. 44 cm (18") long.

The Blade and Chalice pendant is part of the "Talismans of the Knights Templar" jewelry series. The pendant comes in a black jewelry box with its meaning and origins explained in English on the label inside the lid.

"In medieval times it was believed that the Knights Templar guarded the Holy Grail with their Templar swords. The invincible and perfect union of the sword and the chalice come together to form the hexagram of Solomon’s Seal and also represent perfect balance and completeness, bringing the wearer Perfect Love and Perfect Trust."

"The Knights Templar captured fame and fortune during medieval times and strived to live to the highest principles of the Middle Ages - Bravery and Chivalry. These warrior knights possessed an appetite for knowledge that reached from pagan and magic across a broad range of religions. Known for both worldly treasure and esoteric knowledge, the Knights Templar myths transcends time and space to energize these compelling symbols.

The Knights Templar were the defenders of Christian pilgrims in the Holy Land during the crusades. Templar knights were disciplined, intelligent and efficient warriors. They were known for their armor and white mantles, representing purity, with red crosses.

Because the Order was endorsed by the Catholic Church, Templar Knights were highly favored and quickly grew in number and power throughout Europe. They procured impressive estates and served as advisers to the powerful and wealthy. Support for the Knights Templar dissipated after the loss of the Holy Land.

Rumor that their quick rise to fortune was obtained through powerful and mystical relics led to suspicion that the Templars were participants in black magic and idol worship to gain wealth and power. King Philip IV, eager to seize their substantial wealth, pressured Pope Clement V to disband the Order. The knights quickly scattered as King Philip pursued them, charging members of the Order with crimes such as heresy and fraud, and torturing them into making false confessions - which enabled him to seize their assets.

Though many knights recanted their confessions, they were still put to death for their alleged crimes, leaving the mystery and legend surrounding this secretive order to continue on to this very day."

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