Break-ups are painful, dear Alain. You realise you had given part of yourself away, to fit in with the other person. Take the necessary for yourself, to make yourself whole once again. Love.to say so since the breakup things are becoming a bit stranger for me, must the the cords that retained the things
i felt also a bit like not really present, sometimes half a workday is gone without me realising it
I understand this bit of history as an earlier case of 'follow the money'. Below is what I'd read about it:
They also invented our current "banking"/credit system by securing wealth so travelers could travel safely (and not be robbed) along the road while they made their pilgrimages to The Holy Land.
The Templars were also accused (quite falsely, I believe) of atrocious acts of heresy and depravity (such as desecrating the Christian cross, homosexuality, and many other things). As sworn followers of "Christ", these acts would have been HIGHLY improbable...and it reminds me a great deal of the acts of "projection" that many of today's political leaders are using against their own opposition. In other words, the "dark" or "evil" ones are accusing those of the "light" of the very crimes that they are responsible for.The templar leaders who'd been arrested were tortured and made to confess to various crimes of heresy etc under torture so that they could be disposed of.
I watched only the first episode weeks ago and was not really motivated to go on. Story pacing was too fast and stereotypical for me. Actors and acting not really too convincing. No deepness in characterization, everything also going too fast and superficially. But I only judge by on episode so it might be better afterwards, sometimes a show needs time, yet I don't know if I'll continue it.I haven't watched the series about them called Knightfall yet though - anyone seen it? PM me with your reviews.