The Green Man
A major Templar site, the famed Rosslyn Chapel in Scotland, has a number of these Green Man carvings upon its walls, which suggests that the Templar’s recognised the Green Man as an ancient source of their idiosyncratic beliefs.
Often portrayed as a head with foliage growing from its mouth, the Green Man carvings represent fertility, growth of nature. Although one assumes that the carvings are of Celtic origin this is not the case, being discovered in Borneo, Himalayas, Kathmandu, Ranakpur temples and chapels.
Being the primal King of the world, the Green Man is known by many legendary names; Osiris and Lucifer. He is the life force, so he has the ability to manifest at any time, in any practical form, that meets the appropriate dress code of the area.
Templar sites were found on former sites where once the Druids built their temples. Notre Dame Cathedral…
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