In an article i wrote many years ago now (around 2004 i think) which i posted here http://www.rhedesium.com/a-midi-pommes-bleues.html i talk about the light phenomena we know as the 'Blue Apples Effect'. It comes from the 'cipher' message encoded in the Bergere Pas De Tentation 'parchments' central to the Cherisey/Plantard take on the mystery of Rennes-le-Chateau.
Johan Netchacovitch posted on his website a very interesting study carried out by 'Adela' which gives more light, if you will pardon the pun, on the subject. Part Four of that study can be found HERE but the main point of interest for us is as follows:
"Le Monde illustré" in 1861 speaks of the light of "Mid day" in regards to the chapel of the Holy Angels (the Guardian Angel is celebrated on 2/10 => 12) inaugurated on July 31 of that same year of 1861 and more precisely "Expulsion of Heliodorus from the Temple".
So we have the "horse of God" (the one who attacks Heliodorus) and "Midday". According to some sources, there existed in the Chapel of the Holy Angels, a stained glass window depicting Adam and Eve with a snake throwing or projecting blue apples. Is the midday sun on 17th January, the day of the Blue Apples, which created a nice blue light effect on at least one of frescoes by Eugène Delacroix? Or is it every day at noon? Unfortunately, that window disappeared during the war of Paris, in May 1871 during the explosion of the magazine of Luxembourg. This explains the white glass in the Parisian church. We thus obtain the second part of the message resulting from decryption of Grand Parchment?
.. BY THE CROSS AND THIS HORSE OF GOD
I ACHIEVE THIS DAEMON GUARDIAN AT NOON BLUE APPLES"
Whats interesting is Adela has already identified the nature of the imagery of the 'luminous phenomena' as being associated with religious symbolism and those of ancient Temple rites, but now transposed to the fight between God and the Devil, dark versus light etc etc.
It is a very interesting study ....
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My name is Sandy Hamblett, inspired and passionate researcher of the mysteries at Rennes-les-Bains.