While searching for information on Plantard's Vaincre publications i came across some articles published in La Dépêche du Midi. They suggested a 'bad wind' blowing across Rennes, emanating from the work of Christian Doumergue, or at least the company that he keeps recently.
Christian began his 'writing' career in relation to Rennes-le-Château... with a biography of Berenger Sauniere, which really was a very good piece of work. He then moved on to works regarding Mary Magdalene and Rennes-le-Château... and then one of the latest books i read was the theory that the mortal body of Christ rests in France. Doumergue has since moved on to looking sympathetically at the origins and work of Pierre Plantard - one of the main protagonists in the story of the so called Priory of Sion and that group's attachment to the legends of Rennes-le-Château....
The La Dépêche du Midi published on 20/01/2014 at 03:50, [ & updated on 20/01/2014 at 07:52] the following;
"Christian Doumergue broke the/a mirror, which reflected the image of the highly controversial Pierre Plantard, a wise manipulator who gave his wings to the legend [of Rennes?]. Mythomaniac with a sulphurous past, Yves Lignon, head of the department of parapsychology at the University of Toulouse, in particular, accuses him [Plantard] of 'youthful connections with the Vichy regime with his vision of the history of Rennes- le-Château, of which he "enriched" the myth: Merovingian descent, the tomb of Mary Magdalene, secret societies, and so on.
So, was Plantard an enlightened mythomaniac surfing on symbols, throwing bridges over the occult worlds through a literary journey at several levels of reading, where understanding promotes initiation?
In a debate where questions are always one step ahead of answers, Pierre Plantard, the beloved one, who disappeared for several years, had not finished dividing "the ancients and the moderns," as has been said.
On Saturday afternoon, at the beginning of a conference, Christian Doumergue, presented a controversial book on the place of this prosecution witness in the legend of Rennes-le-Château, Monsieur Plantard. Surrounded by prominent authors in the esoteric category: Laurent James, De l'Étoile, Jean-Paul Bourru, you can bet on a second proposition, illustrated by the quote: "The prince neither speaks nor conceals, he signifies".
This is all problematic of expert thought in manipulation, insinuating itself according to the elements of language, borrowed identities, true false roads illustrating writings, in the architecture of his constructions with alchemical foundations.
In some of the book the objective was "To awaken the sleeping beauty that sleeps in each of us, we must first love it." A slow quest that has nothing to do with the thunderbolt of our miserable lives, of course, whose path corresponds to degrees of initiation: Mary Magdalene, Isis, the queen of a vanished kingdom, are as much of marches that lead us to the light of an "underground" world: the Atlantean tradition signified by the image of the octopus, representing the most distant reference in the time of the imaginary. In order to open the doors of this puzzle, Plantard wrote a text on the presence as a hermit in a cave above the village of Tino Rossi (sic), Doumergue proposes some keys of reading and refers to the marginal notes. The mysticism of the blood which lives after death in the body of certain corpses remains intact (Saint Roselyne), the altitude of the surrounding massifs of Rennes, the Cardou in particular, the image of Janus, guardian of double-faced doors, the fool in the tarot, who would help to cross the walls of "normal" understanding. In Rennes-le-Chateau, this word has long been meaningless."
There had been another article in the same paper a year before. Published on 27/12/2013 at 03:53, & updated on 27/12/2013 at 10:12 appeared the following:
"Rennes-le-Château. The rehabilitation of a controversial character creates controversy;
The campaign of rehabilitation of a doubtful and controversial character in the history of Rennes-le-Château set fire to the powders in this village that was known more for its legend.
A bad wind blows on Rennes-le-Château.
This is not the usual polemic that regularly feeds the debate on the supposed treasure of the famous priest, against a background of mystery and esoteric initiation, but of propaganda aimed at the rehabilitation of people with a doubtful past who participated. To make of this village, laid like an eagle's nest on the first foothills of the Pyrenees, a sanctuary for the extreme-right thought. Pierre Plantard, who presented himself as a descendant of the Merovingians, "a very unpopular character," according to Yves Lignon, head of the department of parapsychology at the University of Toulouse, specializing in Rennes-le-Château.
It is not necessary to spend hours on the Internet to discover the past of this man with his anti-Semitism.
In a book, "The Secret Unveiled," published last August, author Christian Doumergue lit the wick, according to Yves Lignon, of the campaign of laundering innocent Plantard of the accusations against which he is the object. "Whether this individual is at the center of research, or, after all, the passage from a matter for local scholars to a planetary success is a fine sociological object. The problem lies in Plantard's increasingly public rehabilitation campaign, which, according to his zealots, would not be a likely mythomaniac - the stories about Mary Magdalene, the blood of Christ, and others Believed - and a fascistic certain, but a brilliant intellectual. "
The blood of the Toulouse researcher was only a turn when he learned that a conference was scheduled in Rennes-le-Château on January 18, in a communal hall requested by the association Terre de Rhedhae, with the participation of a speaker, Jean-Paul Bourre, "well known for his connections with the far right". An appointment that would not be to the liking also of a radical Jewish association that would have the intention of manifesting itself. The drift took precedence over the legend, which Yvon Ligon summed up thus: "And then what? At the summer solstice, a Wagnerian ceremony at the foot of the Magdala tower? "
So i ask what is going on at Rennes-le-Chateau?
Here is more info. about Jean-Paul Bourre [http://veritablenouvelordre.forumcanada.org/t135-francois-mitterrand-et-les-mysteres-de-rennes-le-chateau & https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CdcGDooQqmo also http://www.portail-rennes-le-chateau.com/plantard-tdr.html http://tresor-rennes-le-chateau.net/author/tresor/page/13
The whole meeting was reported here: http://www.societe-perillos.com/conference18janvier.html
My advice - get to know Laurent James and his writing and then ask yourselves why "Laurent James a évoqué la figure de Jean Parvulesco et d'autres sujets liés à la mystification de Rennes-le-Château".
Ask yourselves what these people have to do with Rennes - and do they constitute the bad wind that blows through our beloved village?'
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My name is Sandy Hamblett, inspired and passionate researcher of the mysteries at Rennes-les-Bains.