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WHERE IS THE HOLY GRAIL HIDDEN ?

THE MYSTERY REVEALED

 Last Modified Date : 21.09.2008

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RENNES LE CHATEAU MYSTERY REVEALED

 

"TERRIBILIS EST LOCUS ISTE" ("This place is terrible, or frightful or dreadful" in English) inscription is a Latin phrase and it is placed above the entrance to the Church St. Madeleine.

It is an anagrammatic code.

Berenger Sauniere used "TERRIBILIS EST LOCUS ISTE" Latin phrase to keep his secret.


This phrase is an anagram of a French phrase :

"
L'ECRIT III EST SUR SOLE BS T"

in English :
"
The Scroll III is over The Sole BS T"

 

"BS T" is in French phrase above is sign of Berenger Sauniere :

"B" is the first character of "Berenger"
"S" is the first character of "Sauniere"
"T" points the cross.
 

Berenger Sauniere's Sign and The Coded Third Scroll

Image courtesy of Ben Hammot

Berenger Sauniere found the third scroll and kept it at the church of St. Madeleine.

The Sole points Asmodeus's hand. There is a French phrase over Asmodeus sculpture :

"
PARCE SIGNE TULE VAINCRAS"

"TERRIBILIS EST LOCUS ISTE" Latin Phrase has 4 words and 22 letters.
"PARCE SIGNE TULE VAINCRAS" French Phrase has 4 words and 22 letters.

Asmodeus sculpture is under 4 angel sculptures too. Please visit the symbolism of Number 4

"PARCE SIGNE TULE VAINCRAS" is an anagrammatic code of the third scroll.

Solution of "PARCE SIGNE TULE VAINCRAS" is in Latin:

"CELATA AGNI SUPER ENRICVS"

in English:

"
Lamb's secret over Enricus"

Lamb is the symbol of Jesus. This solution supports my previous theory about the Shugborough Code.

Berenger Sauniere knew where is the Holy Grail hidden. He learned this information by third scroll.

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Asmodeus and Four Angels   Asmodeus

Four Angels

Image courtesy of Ben Hammot

Notes :
Number 22:
22 letters in the Hebrew alphabet
22 steps leading up to the Magdala Tower
22 crenellations on the Magdala Tower

François Bérenger Saunière was born on April 11, 1852 in Montazels, in the Arrondissement of Limoux of the Aude region.

In 1885, the Catholic church assigned Saunière, thirty-three years old, handsome, well-educated--if provincial--to the parish at Rennes-le-Château. [Bérenger] Saunière set about restoring the town's tiny church, which sat atop a sacred site dating back to the sixth-century Visigoths.

The village parish church had been dedicated to the Magdalene in 1059; during the restoration, he found the mysterious parchment (supposedly) in a hollow Visigothic pillar underneath the altar stone.

The find, which occurred in 1886 or 1887, consisted of either a single paper or four parchments according to differing accounts of the event. After reading the document(s), Saunière immediately set about excavating the aisle, nave and transcript. He then moved his attention to the graveyard outside and found an encrypted inscription on a tombstone, reputedly that of Marie de Nègre d'Ablès, Lady of Blanchfort, who had died on 17 January 1781. After deciphering the inscription, traveled to Carcassonne and talked to the deputy of the Bishop who resided there. After his visit Saunière experienced a remarkable turn-around in his fortunes.

Saunière received vast sums of money [an estimated 200,000 gold francs] to refurbish the local church and also to build many structures in the area, such as his Tower of the Magdalene (Tour Magdala). (Saunière was originally so poor that he relied on the generosity of parishioners to survive in 1885.) He also built many structures in the area, such as his Tower of the Magdalene (Tour Magdala).
Saunière decorated the village parish church in the ornate almost garish style that was popular in the late ninteenth century.

Over the porch lintel is a bizarre inscription, 'THIS PLACE IS TERRIBLE'. A statue of the demon Asmodeus 'guards' near the door. The plaques depicting the Stations of the Cross contain bizarre inconsistencies. One shows a child swathed in Scottish plaid. Another has Pontius Pilate wearing a veil. Sts. Joseph and Mary are each depicted holding a Christ child, as if to allude to the old legend that Christ had a twin. Other statues are of rather esoteric saints in unusual postures: St. Roch displays his wounded thigh (like the Grail King Anfortas), St. Anthony the Hermit holds a closed book, St. Germaine releases a bevy of roses from her apron, and the Magdalene is shown holding a vase.

Saunière spent a fortune refurbishing the town and developed extravagant tastes for rare china, antiques, and other pricey artifacts. Yet how Saunière acquired this apparent windfall remained a mystery--he stubbornly refused to explain the secret of his success to the church authorities.

Saunière died in 1917, leaving the 'secret' of where he got his fabulous wealth to his housekeeper, Marie Dernaud, who promised to reveal it on her deathbed - but sadly she had a stroke which left her paralyzed and unable to speak before her death in 1953. Speculation was rife on the source of the parish priest's money. Was it the lost treasure of the Templars or the Cathars in the area? Might it have been buried Visigothic gold? Was he being paid by the Hapsburgs or some other government for his services? Did he know the lost goldmaking secrets of alchemy? Or was he blackmailing the Church with some terrible secret? The evidence that points to the last possibility is that Saunière's confession before his death was so shocking that the priest who heard it denied him absolution and last rites.

The Secret Codes

A mysterious set of transcripts and photographs entitled Dossiers Secrets was deposited in the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris (although the little book was never authenticated by the library). The Dossiers Secrets contained two genealogies dating from 1244 C.E. and 1644 C.E., a quasi-Masonic charter and a sketch of the inscription on the tomb of the Countess of Blanchfort. Of even greater interest were two documents which were purported to be of the parchments found in the pillar at the church at Rennes-le-Château

They were apparently written by his predecessor, Abbé Antoine Bigou, confessor to Marie d'Hautpoul [Lady of Blanchfort], in 1781. (The same cypher appears on her tombstone.)

According to Henry Lincoln and historians Michael Baigent and Richard Leigh (The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail) these more recent papers contained a series of ciphers and codes, some of them 'fantastically complex, defying even a computer' to unlock their secrets.

Parchment 1 Parchment 2

Saunière took his discovery to the bishop in nearby Carcassonne, who dispatched the priest to Paris, where clerical scholars studied the parchments. One of the simpler ciphers, when translated, read: TO DAGOBERT II KING AND TO SION BELONGS THIS TREASURE AND HE IS THERE DEAD. (The person to whom "HE IS THERE DEAD" was not identified.)

The parchments were, on the face of it, Latin transcriptions of passages from the Gospels; but they contained deeper mysteries.

The first code was easily broken when letters higher than the rest of the text were identified by Henry Lincoln and arranged in order. The code in the second parchment was more complex and yielded an even stranger message.

The code in the parchment is only decipherable through the use of the knight's tour - a logic puzzle wherein one 'jumps' a knight to every square on a chess board, once and only once. It is a puzzle which has only one solution - as does the code, clearly.

BERGÈRE PAS DE TENTATION QUE POUSSIN
TENIERS GARDENT LA CLEF PAX DCLXXXI
PAR LA CROIX ET CE CHEVAL DE DIEU
J'ACHÈVE CE DAEMON DE GARDIEN À MIDI
POMMES BLEUES

(in English)
SHEPHERDESS NO TEMPTATION THAT POUSSIN
TENIERS HOLD THE KEY PEACE 681
BY THE CROSS AND THIS HORSE OF GOD
I COMPLETE (or I DESTROY) THIS DEMON GUARDIAN AT MIDDAY
BLUE APPLES.

Richard Andrews and Paul Schellenberger, authors of the The Tomb of God, write that many of the words are keys to landmarks in the Rennes-le-Château area and claim that they have been able to identify the location of these landmarks. For example LA CROIX is a cross by the railway line north of Alet-les-Bains. When a person visits these sites in the order given on the parchment that person will have traversed a complete square

Saunière also appears to have left certain other 'clues' in the highly unusual redesign of his church and of the other structures in the area.

A third cypher that appears, not in the documents, but at Shugborough Hall's Shepherd Monument, is the curious 'D.O.U.O.S.V.A.V.V.M' which has been translated by Ferhat Kanarya.
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