The Horse of God!

Since other researchers have begun to investigate Templar symbolism and
have noticed their mysterious connection to the “Horse of God”, I offer
the following…..

For those not aware of the origin of the “Horse of God” in treasure lore
I’ll share some information we discovered while researching the connection
between the Arizona Peralta Stone Horse map and the Knights Templar.

I’m sure you all recall the Templar seal of two knights mounted on the
same horse. Researchers have generally said this is a symbol of the
poverty sworn to by the KT. That has proven untrue!

Read for yourself the encrypted message below and make your own
determination of what is said. Our research has revealed that KT adopted
many Arabic and Islamic customs and beliefs. An astute researcher can
follow the thread of where and how the KT gained their esoteric knowledge
and how it was adapted into their symbolism. We are just now scratching
the surface of the immense knowledge that is held by the KT. Now we
believe the KT used two Knights on one horse to signify their belief in an
alternate form of Christianity mingled with Islam and Judaism. The evidence
of this is provided in interpreting the following passage, I think is found
in the Koran. (Paraphrased)
“God created the horse” and said; You, I have made unlike any other. The
treasure of the entire world lies between your eyes. (Note prominent eye
in map horse) You have power without arrogance and beauty without pride.
You will stomp my enemies beneath your hooves, (Horse on seal pawing
hoofs) and you shall carry my believers on your back. (Knights are
believers) Your back is the seat from which all prayers rise unto me. You
shall find happiness everywhere on earth and you shall be favored above
all other creatures, for you shall receive the love of the master of the
earth. You shall fly without wings and conquer without sword.” (Templar
symbolism exactly)
The KT has carried out their plan following this promise from Alah (God).
They buried their treasure using the horse as a symbol to imply that the
treasure is truly God’s. The symbolic horse if properly understood and
interpreted will lead to treasure throughout the world. Is KT treasure there
for treasure hunters to find and keep? Or does it truly belong to a
religious organization having a divine purpose for the gold? That is for
you to decide. If you take the former attitude you must be prepared to
accept the consequences that surly will accompany that decision!

To help you to understand the significance of the horse to KT treasure, I
include two pages from my book SHADOW OF THE SENTINEL below. This
book reveals much of our research on the “HORSE OF GOD” or as the Peralta
Stone Maps say “Cabollo de Santa Fe” (Holy horse of faith)

Please note the pages are copied here via OCR so possible errors in
punctuation and spelling are not the fault of the book or its publisher
but are electronic errors.

Hillbilly Bob
270 Shadow of the Sentinel

activities of Jacob Waltz, the Lost Dutchman, who seemed to have come into
certain wealth, appeared to have had some connection to encrypted tablets
or signposts and who apparently had placed a curse on those trying to find
his gold in the Superstitions.

Bob had no knowledge of a positive link between the events in France and
the KGC. He speculated that they were connected through a
Templar-Rosicrucian-Scottish Rite-KGC continuum. He found a connection in
Holy Blood, Holy Grail. About halfway through the book, there is a
specific reference to the Scottish Rite and to Rennes-le-Chateau.7 Citing
the 1979 French book Treasure of the Golden Triangle by Jean Luc Chaumeil,
and its “privileged sources” of information, the Holy Blood, Holy Grail’s
authors say that Chaumeil noted that “a number of clerics involved in the
enigma of Rennes-le-Chateau—Sauniere, Boudet, quite probably others—were
affiliated with a form of Scottish Rite Freemasonry.” They observe:

… the Masonry M. Chaumeil describes would have been acceptable, despite
papal condemnation, to devout Catholics—whether eighteenth century
Jacobites or nineteenth-century French priests. . . . Rome certainly
disapproved—and quite vehemently. Nevertheless, the individuals involved
seem not only to have persisted in regarding themselves as Christians and
Catholics; they also seem, on the basis of the available evidence, to have
received a major and exhilarating transfusion of faith—a transfusion that
enabled them to see themselves as, if anything, more truly Christian than
the papacy.8

Because the available evidence was at best sketchy. Bob would not draw any
hard conclusions about shared philosophical or spiritual ideas behind the
grid-making under way on both sides of the Atlantic in the mid- to
late-1800s. At best, Bob concluded, both groups of grid- and map-makers
seem to have borrowed from Templar tradition, ritual and lore.

Bob had spent decades exploring how the KGC employed Masonic ritual,
imagery and symbolism: an effective means of communicating with an
informed elite that left others in the dark. He had learned that where
virtually no paper trail exists, as typically is the case with secret
societies, analysis of symbols is the only substantive and effective way
to investigate. That said, he recognized that there would always be
ambiguity in interpretation.

Epilogue—The European Connection 271

He did not have to look far for parallels in symbolism in the seemingly
overlapping pattern of events in Europe and America. Leaving the geometry
aside, Tomb of God describes a large, carved horse’s head observed in the
side of a mountain. The book also refers to encrypted hidden messages
translating as the “Horse of God.” Were the shadowy players in France
aware of the modus operandi of those in Arkansas who had inscribed the
Bible Tree with its central horse figure? Were they in lockstep with those
in Arizona who had engraved the stone tablets with a draft horse (and the
misspelled caption “EL COBOLLO DE SANTAFE”—HORSE OF HOLY FAITH) or those
who had buried the Percheron horse skull in Adamsville? Did the Latin
cipher in Sauniere’s  parchments have a direct parallel to the Spanish code
in the Arizona stone tablets? Were the clues on both sides of the Atlantic
indeed derived from the same symbolic set?

One particular description about the symbolism in the Rennes area was
evocative. Henry Lincoln, co-author of Holy Blood, Holy Grail, reportedly
had come across a rock face, near the historic town, that had been
inscribed with a heart shot through with an arrow, and with a symbolic
name and the date 1891 chiseled below. In his 1998 sequel about the
mystery of the surrounding topographic grid, Key to the Sacred Pattern,
Lincoln says the circumstances overshadowing his discovery of the carved
symbol were disturbing:

“It is to be the first evidence that our movements are being watched. And
the watching eyes, it seems, are unfriendly and even unscrupulous. Our
return visit produces a shock. The inscription is no longer there. It has
been hacked from the rock. My photograph is the only evidence that the
inscription ever existed.”

There was little doubt in Bob’s mind that the KGC depositories and the
grid around Rennes-le-Chateau, as described in Tomb of God and Holy Blood,
Holy Grail, were connected to Templar/Masonic tradition.
He knew of other sites in England and Scotland that could be placed in the
same category, again because of the recurrent symbolism and an implied
geometry centered on a perceived circle-in-square template. And then there
was Oak Island, Nova Scotia, where a suspected treasure—possibly
associated with the Templars and Freemasons—had eluded discovery for
centuries despite extensive excavation in a deep shaft known, yes, as the
Money Pit.10 That no gold or other treasure had been recovered on Oak
Island mattered little. What did matter to Bob were the mysterious
artifacts that had been retrieved and recorded over many years.
Hillbilly Bob

This post is just a taste of whats coming in 2018. Watch for it, we’re just getting started!

John London

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