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Since 1970, French author and journalist Jean-Luc Chaumeil has been uncovering the truth behind the Priory of Sion and the treasure of Rennes-le-Château. Now Jean-Luc Chaumeil’s discoveries are all brought together in a wealth of documents, experiences, ciphers, interviews and intelligence reports

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Jean-Luc Chaumeil, with the haughty manner and peremptory tone that he's always used ever since the Priory of Sion . Gazette de Rennes-le-Château: Jean-Luc Chaumeil, when and how did you first come into contact with the mystery of Rennes-le-Château ?

Jean-Luc Chaumeil, with the haughty manner and peremptory tone that he's always used ever since the Priory of Sion was founded, sets out his stall right from the outset: the Priory of Sion was just a hoax, Philippe de Chérisey forged two parchments, Pierre Plantard was a lonely man whose imaginative creations took on a life of their own, there i. Gazette de Rennes-le-Château: Jean-Luc Chaumeil, when and how did you first come into contact with the mystery of Rennes-le-Château ?

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Brunelin, who was a photo journalist at the time. Soon after the artist’s death a long line of friends, celebrities and reporters came to his house in Milly-la-Fôret, where they were allowed in the room where Cocteau was laid in state. Brunelin made his photos and left. Looking at the trapezoid altar and the way the woman on the left is looking diagonally up at Christ, it is not so hard to distinguish the lines of indeed a pentagram in the back of the church. The iron altar cross that Cocteau crafted himself is right in the middle.

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The mysteries of Rennes-le-Château and the Priory of Sion have gripped the imagination of modern culture, producing factual and fictional best-sellers which have spun webs of mystery and speculation. Works like The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail, The Templar Revelation and The DaVinci Code are all united in drawing much of their information from the research of the only man who has uncovered the true story of the Priory of Sion from the inside, French author and journalist Jean-Luc Chaumeil. Now for the first time, his revelations and the research which fuelled the whole movement are made available in English, providing the most revealing and coherent exploration of the web of ciphers, genealogies, secret societies and esoteric mysteries which surround the tangled tapestry of bloodlines, lost kings and hidden treasures. Jean-Luc Chaumeil's discoveries are all brought together in a wealth of documents, experiences, ciphers, interviews and intelligence reports which combine his three French works (Rennes-le-Château: Les Archives du Prieuré de Sion; Rennes-le-Château - Gisors; and Rennes-le-Château: Le Testament du Prieuré de Sion) on these intriguing modern myths which have been derived from ancient knowledge and truths. The nature of the treasure of Rennes-le-Château is discussed, from claims of buried treasure sacked by the Goths from Rome and containing the artefacts of the Temple of Jerusalem, to gold made by the alchemist Nicholas Flamel, to drops of the blood of Christ saved by Joseph of Arimathea and Mary Magdalene. The author reveals the truth behind the bloodline of the Merovingian Kings, and the treasure allegedly found by Father Bérenger Saunière at the turn of the twentieth century, and spent on the Magdala Tower with its statue of Asmodeus. He shows how history has been re-interpreted through clever manipulation by a few individuals, exploring the origins of the Order of Sion and its connection to John the Baptist, as well as the schism with the Knights Templar. This book is the definitive work on Rennes-le-Château and the Priory of Sion by the only man who has had access to all the major players, places and papers, containing copies of key documents such as Stone and Paper (Pierre et Papier), and vital information gleaned from his contact with the propagators of the Priory of Sion - Pierre Plantard, Phillipe de Cherisey and Gérard de Sède.

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Netlandinhabitant
Ever since the publication and subsequent movie ‘The Da Vinci Code” the world has been obsessed with Rene Le Chateaux and the surrounding legend. Most people believe that the official legend is that Mary Magdalene married Jesus and fled to the Languedoc area after he was crucified. This child was called the Holy Grail and would spread the line of Jesus, the real king of Israel. Some would say that the Merovingian’s were from the line of Jesus.

Of course, the legend do not stop there. In reality there was a Jewish kingship that was established in France to someone from the line of David. But in reality that is neither here nor there. The real legend according to this book is something entirely different.

One must remember that Southern France has always been a hotbed of spiritual and political activity. The Cathars dwelt there until they were wiped out by the Albigensian Crusades. It was also a place were Druids and Celts dwelt and it was an area of contact between Arab and European culture. The real legend revolves around the Merovingians.

Rene Le Chateaux used to be called Rhada which meant chariot in Visigoth language. The Merovingians were Visogoths who descended by Cicambrians who ended up settling in the Northern regions of Poland. Part of their historiography claims that they came from the tribe of Benjamin. In any case it was when the Roman empire was in decline that the Visigoths sacked Rome and took a bunch of treasure with themselves. Among those treasures was the looted menorah from the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem. As the Merovingian fortunes fell they would move their treasures about to different parts of France.

It was with the fall of the Merovingians that things got set into motion. The Carolingians and other so called royal family wanted to wipe out the Merovingian line. They tried to kill Dagobert the last son but he was rescued by Levi Moreaux. Dagobert would later have a son named Sigbert and a daughter.

The Priory of Zion was dedicated to keeping these royal heir alive and their identity hidden. The Priory of Zion and the Templars at first started out as being unified. It was only after the defeat of the Christians during the Crusades that they split apart. Godefoy De Boullion was of Merovingian descent and he was the Crusader king of Jerusalem.

Now through all of this there was Father Saunier who supposedly found gold and used it to enrich himself and build up his church. This is subject to some debate as some say that the treasure is not gold but scrolls. Father Saunier built a tower dedicated to Mary Magdalene and had installed a guardian named Asmodeus, a Solomonic Demon.

The book is loaded with tons of symbolism, of which the explanation is a challenge to grab. Translating over from French makes following along rather difficult and the writing style is choppy. It seems like instead of writing a narrative the author chose to put different documents together in an attempt to make a book. There are plenty of references spliced throughout the book of further reading material but no bibliography. Most of these sources are in French so good luck. Good book that is very enlightening but the writing style is hard to follow.
Zainn
_Digging for Truth_ had an episode where they compared the DNA of the Merovingian dynasty to the Middle East - if they're truly descended from an Easterner, they'd have markers specific to the region. They didn't - only European markers, proving that the Priory of Sion is pure bunk.

Fun bunk.

The man behind it, Pierre Plantard, confessed in court that he'd hoaxed it all.

But it's fun bunkum. Fun to imagine "what-if".

But bunk nonetheless.
Bluecliff
You will not find a better book anywhere on the mythos of the Priory of Sion . I ought to know since I corresponded for quite some time with one of the main protagonists of the legend, the late lamented Marquis Philippe de Cherisey, me tgecauthor of this book in Paris, spoke to the now deceased Pierre Plantard and gave much info to ace RLC researcher Paul Smith (and lectured several times on the subject for the rather awful Sauniere Society). Not that I'm boasting !
As a lifelong devotee of Surrealism and a practical esotericist of 45 years, the P of S has been a semi-constant on-off preoccupation for several decades. Chaumeil , like Smith, is one of its master researchers. Forget Dan Brown ! Avoid Patrice Chaplin !!
The Marquis, as this terrific book makes clear, was a genius (at times a rather turgid and tiresome one) of the Theater of the Absurd.
Try and follow his "reasoning" in this volume (and you should have seen his letters to me) !!! Surrealist, "chess" fanatic, comedian, rake, sentimentalist aristocrat. He was it ! And his Le Serpent Rouge is the most beautiful esoteric poem ever written.
Plantard, dubious old school occultist and dodgy political specimen that he was, mesmerized nevertheless.
And, in one heady period of my chequered life (68 years!) , I lived with upper crust New Age authoress Elizabeth Van Buren who set up shop in the Rennes area - still utterly devoted to this charismatic mystery when she died a year or so ago !
Chaumeil seems to come a lot more clean these days than he used to do (and is quite a charactervhimsekf, as all we esotericists are).
If you are genuinely fascinated, as we all were, by this real life fairy story (by Perrault naturally !) get this tome and congratulations to Avalonia for issuing it.
In the meantime authors like Isaac Ben Jacob continue adding to an already very tall story and there are suitably impudent illustrated lampoons by a certain ric scammel whose rise is apparently supported by part time RLC sceptic artist Christine Moloney.
Dr G 33,97,8-3.
The Priory of Sion - Shedding Light on the Treasure and Legacy of Rennes-Le-Chateau and the Priory of Sion download epub
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Author: Chantal Low,Jean-Luc Chaumeil
ISBN: 1905297416
Category: History
Subcategory: World
Language: English
Publisher: Avalonia (September 30, 2010)
Pages: 344 pages