Raymond Sagarzazu, [also Ramuntxo] kindly alerted me to a new book that is out .... "I note that a new book has just come out on the mysteries of the two Rennes. I advise you to quickly read this book". Raymond is one of those early researchers [i.e. long before us] who was researching the mystery of the two Rennes. I am aware of his views on Rennes, and have reported them many times on this site. The new book is called: Code AA - The Enigma of Rennes-le-Chateau [http://www.codeaa-rennes-le-chateau.fr/].
I note in an interview the following:
"Is there not some advertising hype to present the book as a warning?
Ed. - Unfortunately, NO. Herman Treil intends to respond to English-speaking authors who, in recent decades, take turns to announce THE "next discovery" of a ... 'tomb and mummified body of Jesus "in the vicinity of Rennes-les Bains, small neighboring spa Rennes-le-Château
Lec. - So you take seriously the books of these authors?
Ed. - YES, on the discovery of a tomb and bones that do exist ... Herman Treil. NO, about their identification with those of Christ. From the documents presented in the book and unpublished records, for lack of space, the author establishes the presence of paleo-Christian catacombs in the vicinity of Rennes-les-Bains. Christians there were buried with the deceased non-Christians, followers of ancient beliefs. This particular situation is likely to have a disorder. This amazing cohabitation was common in the Roman catacombs. Here the context is differen t because the burial was extended until the Middle Ages, the place has been known and protected by churchmen.
Lec. - So why this place has he not been "revealed" in his time?
Ed. - First, respect for the holy relics, precious objects, the bodies were placed in it over the ages. Deposits that form on the one hand "a treasure" and the other an unimaginable heritage. Finally, due to the difficult access due to this "wonderful structure" mentioned in pages 820, 878 ... and others.
But what does this discovery would change the reality?
Ed. - It's a matter of perspective and point of view between faith and unbelief. If, in an environment already brought to the ambient syncretism "values", it was "a tomb and bones attributed to Christ" ... Christ is not risen ... all the Christian building (Catholic, Orthodox, Anglican, Protestant) would collapse with the spiritual world impact everyone imagines victory of some, disaster for others ...
Lec. - Yet we have already announced the discovery of a "tomb of Jesus" in the Holy Land and it changed nothing.
Ed. - Yes, but the forger Oded Golan was fairly quickly unmasked. Jewish archaeologists searched his workshop and reveals his way of making a false entry on period ossuaries. To forger, the only goal was to make money by presenting his discovery of the "tomb of Christ" or objects of the Temple!
In the "case of Rennes," it's different. It is not the act of a single person. We are witnessing a wave of Anglo-Saxon authors works carried by the media ... all culminating in the literary phenomenon of the Da Vinci Code, translated into over 40 languages, drawing huge global success competing with the Bible, despite gross errors in this book that takes any excuse for its presentation in the form of fiction.
Lec. - In the event of this discovery, what is the point of the book?
Ed. - If necessary, particularly sacred, was to be found it can soon by the publication of AA Code that throughout the ages, the church people - and state - have been located and protected site. After the false claims would finally restored the truth about the identity of the deceased presented as Jesus (pages 827-878).'
Here is the link to see the Table of Contents - it does look very interesting:
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My name is Sandy Hamblett, inspired and passionate researcher of the mysteries at Rennes-les-Bains.