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YouTuber set out with his friend from the Shropshire Forests to explore a network of 700-year-old secret caves known as Caitnon Caves. They found a spectacular Templar cave under a tree and brought documentation of it



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A secret Templar cave was found hidden under a tree in the forest

YouTuber set out with his friend from the Shropshire Forests to explore a network of 700-year-old secret caves known as Caitnon Caves.

They found a spectacular "Templar Knights" cave under a tree and brought a rare photographic documentation of it

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Cave of the Knights Templar was found hidden under a tree (YouTube / Brendan Explores)

The popular YouTuber "Brendan Explorers" went out with his friend to explore a 700-year-old cave network known as the "Cayton Caves" when the two suddenly found what they claimed was a Templar Cave well-kept under a tree in Chiffon Forest, England.



In a video he shared on October 3, Brendan and his friend from a rabbit hole site and as in "Alice in Wonderland" fall down into an ancient, spectacular and very claustrophobic cave.

In the video description he wrote: "We found an underground Templar Knights' Cave hidden down the rabbit hole while exploring the Shropshire Forest! Join us on this amazing journey and see how far the rabbit hole will take you!".

The two found inside a beautiful cave covered entirely with carvings and engravings, some older and some new, and waste of visitors.

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Entering the Rabbit's Lair (Photo: Screenshot, YouTube / Brendan Explores)

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(Photo: Screenshot, YouTube / Brendan Explores)

Brendan said he was initially apprehensive about going through the rabbit hole and although inside he felt claustrophobic, he was very moved by the sights.

Brendan believes that the cave was built by the Knights Templar - also called the Knights of the Temple of Solomon and was a Catholic military order of knights-monks founded in 1119 in Jerusalem and operated during the Crusades - but he does not show any proof of this in his video. These caves were generally hewn in the 18th or early 91st century, although this cannot be determined with certainty.

(Photo: Screenshot, YouTube / Brendan Explores)

(Photo: Screenshot, YouTube / Brendan Explores)

At one point the two investigators found a passport photo of a stranger named Paul Jones, and Brendan's friend began to suspect the cave was haunted and claimed it was used for diabolical pagan witchcraft ceremonies, including the one in which Jones was the victim.

What stressed the two even more was that Brendan's flashlight stopped working for no reason - even though it had just charged it with new batteries.



The two also began to fear for the safety of the building after finding a collapsed wall there - and decided to leave the place.

Brendan said: "I did not know I was claustrophobic, but I was grateful to have left safely. The cave is spectacular in its beauty. I saw some pictures of her online, but no picture properly illustrated her beauty. When I went down there my eyes were opened. It was prestigious. Someone there made an effort. "To make such beautiful carvings. It would have looked pure when they were made."

(Photo: Screenshot, YouTube / Brendan Explores)

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Whether they are related to a cave or not - the Templars, the Order of the Knights of the Temple of Solomon, was a Christian military order of knights-monks whose official function, as its founders declare, was to protect the Crusader kingdom in the Holy Land.

At one point the order included 20,000 members.

However, after losing the "Holy Land" during the Crusades, support for them declined.

They were dismantled in 1312 by Pope Clement V under pressure from the King of France, Philip IV, following rumors of the Templars' secret initiation rites.

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