- Year One
In addition to eleven Handbooks which introduce the new member to his or her unconscious processes, during the course of the first year the new member is also encouraged to research and find a name which is meaningful to him or her as being representative of the nature of his or her quest.
Some of Year One Subjects Include: The Templar Moral Code, What is the nature of Soul, Exploration of The Lost Word from different Traditions, Attributes of AUM, Attributes of Soul, Western vs. Eastern Moral Commandments, African Esoteric Doctrines, Exploration of Sacred Writings, Chivalry, Vital Life Force in Foods, use of the Pendulum, the meaning of the pentagram, Incarnation and Reincarnation, Inductive Reasoning, Sensory Preferences and how they develop, Personality Types and Traits, Temperaments of Jungian Psychology, Observing Functions of Soul, The Mind-Body-Soul connection, The Five Alchemical Elements in Templar Doctrine, Qabbalistic Aspects of the Human Constitution, Egyptian Mystery Practices, Akashic Records, Stress from a Psychological and Physiological Point of view, the Autonomic Nervous System and its association with glands and hormones, the role of Ego, Sacred Geometry, Sacred Architecture, The Dark Knight of the Soul, Archetypes and their manifestation in the Psyche, Man’s five fold structure and the doctrine of three bodies in five sheaths, Jungian Archetypes, the Spiritual Quest, the Tarot as a Mirror, Tawhid Druze doctrines, Sufi doctrines, Gnostic doctrines, Psychic Principle vs. Psychic Identity, Elemental Initiation Rites, Pineal and Pituitary Gland Functions, Psychic Centers and Chakra, Rosicrucian History from a Templar Perspective, What Is Energy, the Aura, Spiritual dimensions of Health and Healing, the Affects of Negativity on Adrenal Gland Functioning, and Meditational Exercises.
- Year Two
Yielding, while doing for others as I would have others do unto me
During the course of the second year of membership, in addition to a new series of Handbooks designed to develop the “Intelligence of the Heart”, the member is encouraged to research and develop a personal Chivalric Code of Honor . The nature of this Code must be such that it calls forth from the member his or her finest sentiments without, at the same time, negating the necessary rigors of life in this world. He or she is then given pointers as to how best to use his or her Code of Honor as protection against the slings and arrows of life. The following serves as an example of a personal Code of Honor.
Some of Year Two Subjects Include: Hermetic Doctrines, An Exploration of the Emerald Tablet, the Emerald Tablets of Thoth, the Corpus Hermeticum, Asian Hermetic Texts, Alchemical Aspects of Rebis, The Primordial Tradition, Ether, Orgone, Chi, Vital Life Force, Aspects of the Philosopher’s Stone, Templar Work in the Third Millennium, What does the Son of God mean, The Esoteric Name, Gematria, Templar and Sufi Associations, IAO, Gematria, Active Meditation, The Subconscious, Atlantis, Thoth in Americas, Exploration of the Holy Grail, Initiation, Transmutation, What is an Initiate, Secret Qabbalistic History, Explorations of the Zohar, Living Sacred, Magical Formulae and Alchemy, Spagyrics and the Creation of Vegetable Elixirs, the Grail and alchemy, Parzival and the Grail Quest, along with further exercises.
- Year Three
During the course of this third year, the member receives a series of Handbooks which are designed to foster the marriage between the head and the heart. At the end of this series the member is encouraged to convert his or her Chivalric Code of Honor into a personal Coat of Arms. This personal Coat of Arms, henceforth, will become his or her personal Badge of Honor, the symbol of his or her spiritual commitment to himself or herself. Once rendered, this personal Coat of Arms is registered and as such its uniqueness would be protected from duplication by any other member.
Some of Year Three Subjects Include: Mutation Theories, Finding the Holy Grail and Keys to the Grail Quest, Zodiacal Procession, Qabbalistic aspects of the Crucifixion, Greek Mysteries, Healing from an Alchemical Perspective, the Personal Chivalric Code of Honor, The Native American Indian Sweat Lodge in its Esoteric Significance, The Three Divisions of the Human Body and the Universal Doctrines Associated with Them, Tibetan Chakra and Energy Doctrines, Tarot, Law of Attraction, Ida and Pingala work in relation to Kundalini and the Sushumna, Qabbalistic Associations with Energy Channels, Polarizing Energy with Breath, Where Science and Spirituality Meet: Quantum Theories, Quantum Entanglement, Symbolism of the Templar Cross in it’s Universal Aspect, Templar Ciphers, Autonomic vs Parasympathetic Nervous Systems in their Qabbalistic Aspects, More on Sacred Architecture and the Mysteries of Chartres Cathedral, Alchemical Doctrines, Karma, Further Secret Qabbalistic History In Relation of the Grail Legends, Manna and the Zohar, Further Gnostic Doctrines, Further Secret Templar History, More Jungian Work, The Laws of Compassion, Melchizadek, The Seven Planets and the Seven Bodies, Breathing in Relation of Aromatherapy, The Chamber of Initiation, More on the Holy Grail, Becoming the New Chevalier, Knighthood and its Significance, The Marriage Between Science and Spirituality, the Marriage between Soul and God.