From the following website: http://lebibliothecaire.blogspot.co.uk/2013/08/une-belle-table-ronde-sur-la-colline.html the following is reported:
An evening at Rennes-le-Chateau
Paul Saussez gave an update on the excavation project for the excavation of the crypt of the church at Rennes-le-Chateau. He recognized that the path ahead will be difficult. For now, he is to make preliminary studies of the heritage of the church and its environs using professional archaeologists, before starting the actual excavation. The implementation of the project will be long (about two years) and presupposes the raising of financing. The preliminary studies (and only them) represent a budget of €20,000.
Octonovo gave an update of his financial research. After Christian Doumergue highlighted the Catholic Circle of Narbonne, he told us he was now on the trail of another association / platform which Sauniere was involved in. He then rebelled against the latest thesis which seems to be in fashion - that of Pierre Plantard being seen as a great initiate. He said that in esoteric scholarly circles, the evocation of the Priory of Sion generally triggered a burst of laughter and the comment that it was "A bogus organization that has never produced anything other than forgeries."
Jean-Alain Sipra considered the real enigma of Sauniere and traces the path that led him to locate, from "True Celtic Language", a sacred tomb in Bugarach. He also reminded us of previous research, based on aerial photographs, which enabled him to identify the location of a Constantinian mausoleum at the foot of the hill. He presents a model that he has produced
Stephanie Buttegeg told us about her recent research on the mining at RLB including the supposed "Circular Temple" to be located in Roc Negro. Without formal proofs, the documents she found in the National Archives provide a body of evidence converging with certain statements of Pierre Plantard.
Alexander Painco finally recounts his memories of youth "in the country" and regrets the controversy raised by the recent exhibition on Pierre Plantard and the Priory of Sion in the Museum at Rennes. He promotes freedom of expression. Finally he returns to the matter of "transfer of the Tomb of the Abbot Saunière" . He favored the recovery of the remains of the priest to the cemetery and said that the mausoleum, now in the area of private property. It belongs to the Ribes family that do not provide maintenance when it is their responsibility and not that of the municipality.
The evening had a happy ending by the traditional question "Is there still a mystery at Rennes-le-Chateau", a question which participants respond with a unanimous "yes".
Thursday, August 29 at 21 am at the inn of the Bishopric in Alet-les-Bains, Henry Lincoln will speak in ENGLISH on: Reflections on the words of Jean-Luc Robin, "Rennes-le-Chateau, a place dream ". He will also comment on the translation he has completed of Gerard de Sede's book "L'Or de Rennes", highlighting a number of interesting points in the writing of this book. The book will be available on site.
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My name is Sandy Hamblett, inspired and passionate researcher of the mysteries at Rennes-les-Bains.