The skull found in Royston Cave, symbolic of the Templars
Looking at the three pink figures together on the left side of the above illustration, they can be interpreted in two ways; the original opinion suggests it’s a carving of the holy family, Mary, Joseph & the child Jesus. More modern
thinking has suggested the showing of the bloodline family with Jesus, Mary Magdalene and their child Sarah-Tamar.
It became apparent to me, as suggested above, that the three figures are all females, when you compare the other gender engravings.
For example the figure of St Catherine shows her with the famous wheel that’s always with her. Other shows King Richard with his wife, Queen Berengaria together. These carvings clearly show who the female ones are and who is male along with the
St Christopher carving.
Let’s for argument sake say they are three females but who are they and would it be logical enough to suggested this? In bloodline theories Mary Magdalene was reported as being at least six months pregnant at the
crucifixion which is the carving to the left of St Catherine. Mother Mary along with Mary Magdalene are always shown to be at the foot of the cross, staying with Jesus till the supposed end. It could well be that the carving is showing Mary Magdalene
with her now born child together with Mother Mary well after the crucifixion. The child appears to be female with the same shaped body therefore her identity could be Sarah-Tamar.
But why would the Templars want to show this? Well as we already
know they did hold Mary Magdalene in high esteem, seeing her as the “Sophia” through the coded worship of Baphomet. It has been suggested they knew about the bloodline and have even been called the guardians of the Holy Grail.