Way back in 2002 Pegase [the magazine run by Michel Valet/Pierre Carnac reported the following:
"Since this summer, comments are going well. We are talking about the discovery of a tomb in a cane in Cardou.
Three northern researchers would be at the origin, MM. Gérard and Daniel Lagache, of Mareuil (Pas-de-Calais) and Thierry Plier, of Porcheville (78) Jean-Claude De Brou, on his website (which I recommend), provides on this subject the following clarifications:
"In fact the tomb, it is actually a cenotaph (commemorative funeral monument). It is in marble of the same vein as that of which we see found north of the village of Arques. Approximately, its weight would be 800 kg. When they found it the inventors noticed on its upper part the last fragments of a decomposing wooden cross. They also talked about the discovery of a scimitar (broad and curved oriental sword) ...? To tell the truth, the cave in question is not on the Cardou, but away from this mountain, not far from the mountain 'non loin du col d'Alpastre, au-dessus de Pébrière".
The three researchers could not enter it until after the stones that obstructed the entrance, which had been designed to conceal access. Messrs. Lagache and Plier assume that other burials are yet to be found in the area".
Noël Corbu was born in Paris in April 1912. His father, a cavalry officer, distinguished himself as the head of the El’Rarb mission, during the peacemaking process in Morocco. He instilled into him a solid education. In 1927, Noël was afflicted by the tragic passing of his older brother, Pierre Charles Corbu, who was an aviation pioneer, who died during some flight trials at Le Bourget. A former student of the famous organ player Marcel Dupré, Noël Corbu shows a great interest in orchestra music and literature, as well as sciences. His favorite hobbies are writing novels, scenarios and songs. Prolific with ideas, he becomes an entrepreneur, but his adventurous mind fails him when he tries to create an enterprise in Morocco. He inherits the domain of l’abbé Saunière from Marie Dénarnaud, after falling in love with Rennes-le-Château, where he used to go with his family on the weekend. In 1955 he transforms the domain into a hôtel-restaurant, named “La Tour” (the tower). Then his imagination and romantic mind starts taking hold of the fascinating life of the priest from Rennes-le-Château. The story he likes to tell his visitors, about the “priest with billions,” has been the starting point of Bérenger Saunière’s celebrity. He dies in a car accident on May 13th 1968, and from there on, his name has remained associated with the legend of Renne-le-Château, which he had started writing about. It is in 1943 that his only novel “le Mort Cambrioleur” is published. One could recognize in this thriller, where the ending might surprise the reader, the muffled atmosphere found in the works of Agatha Christie and the suspense of a Gaston Leroux.
I have always enjoyed this website by R. F. DIETRICH. You can read the Home/Front page HERE. Some info. about Dietrich is as follows;
"R. F. Dietrich is an English Professor at the University of South Florida in Tampa where he teaches a course in “The Apocalypse in Modern Literature & Film.” His first novel, The Final Solution, is a prophetic evocation of the Armageddon lust that consumes some people as they employ apocalyptic terrorism to vindicate their religious beliefs. Its tale of messianic ambition foresaw the events of September 11, 2001, and predicted an even darker future. In Earth Angel, his second novel, the author shifts from dark to light, from looking into a devilish future to looking wryly back upon a youthful search for love that would reconcile earth and heaven. Both novels derive from the author’s realization that literature can still serve a religious function, as at its origins; it’s just a question of getting back to a religion that celebrates human creativity as part of divine creativity, as religion did at its origins. In his latest work he turns to playwriting, dramatizing in Alphabetical Order a free-for-all shootout among professors, students, and administrators in American higher education that is presided over by the Lord of Misrule and suggests why an apocalypse might not be a bad idea".
Take a look at what he has to say about the RLC enigma ....
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My name is Sandy Hamblett, inspired and passionate researcher of the mysteries at Rennes-les-Bains.