Great Master

However, being so patriotic, it distributed between several children his goods, because it did not have the idea of a mother country. Arnau de Torroja was son of Ecard-Watch, the noble Mr. of Solsona between centuries XI and XII, but to not being its main heir, position was not either forced to become of the familiar patrimony. Speaking candidly malabsorption test told us the story. Besides the first-born, still there was another son Guillermo, major that Arnau. Guillermo was the second of the several brothers, but it would have been Arnau the designated one traditionally to dress habits the Church. Therefore, like third son of Mr. de Solsona, the natural option of Arnau de Torroja would have been to be united to the Crossed ones, but it was born between second and third Crossed, so that it could not participate in them although it was enlisted so soon could to fight in Earth Santa. By its contacts and social position, its game of the native ground only happened after being distinguished with the personal esteem nothing less than Bertrand de Blancafort, before this one templario nobleman was appointed Great Master of the orders of Sion and Temple of Jerusalem then very recently introduced in Catalonia.

It was a period when its habit still did not inspire too much reverential fear, but much curiosity by so novel formula to turn the monks into optimal soldiers. Also its motto drew attention: " Non nobis Domine, non nobis, thirst Nomini Tuo gives Gloriam" ; which is translated thus: " We do not stop Sir, do not stop we, but for your major gloria". The bibliography on the Order of Temple today is incalculable, and still the writing referring to each one of the eight must be greater Crossed, nevertheless with respect to the period between second and third great crossed officials, it turns out to be quite the opposite.