In my discussions i refer to a link to a website which also has this to say in respect of a letter sent by Lady Anson:
"St Germain returned to England in 1760 after his brief stay in Paris. Lady Anson wrote a letter to Thomas Anson dated May 2nd 1760 revealing to him the secret conversation she had with the Count: "I am whispered, as a secret, that he tells some odd things, & says more: He talks of his own general Benevolence, meaning no harm to any country; wishing well to France; would have assisted the French King if he would have followed his advice & relieved his subjects from the weight of Taxes; says he has it in his power to give the King of France more than his Majesty can give him; with other such hints that seem to mean the Great Secret…..”
The Count is claiming to be richer than the King of France? And what was this Great Secret that he was hinting to Lady Anson?"
It is strangely reminiscent of the letter which speaks of Poussin being in possession of a secret which could make him more rich and powerful than the king of France from the Fouquet brothers! The reference is talking about Count st Germain ....
I discuss some of these assertions HERE.
"Although the [Talpiot] tomb dates to the 1st century, from the beginning of the investigation [for the film entitled “The Lost Tomb of Jesus” and for a book (co-written with Charles Pellegrino) “The Jesus Family Tomb“, [which] argued that the tomb of Jesus and many of his family members had been found in the East Talpiot suburb of Jerusalem] it was clear that there was an ancient break in, probably around a thousand years ago [during the Crusades].
People have long speculated that the Templars had discovered something in Jerusalem that was anathema to the Church, and that they were able to blackmail the pope with their secret knowledge. Could it be, we speculated, that the Templars’ secret was the Talpiot tomb itself? Could it be that the Templars knew that the Church of the Holy Sepulcher was not the real tomb of Jesus? Could it be that when they found the Talpiot tomb, the Templars knew that they had found the bones of Jesus?"
Scott F. Wolter revealed a late 12th/early 13th century Crusader coin, minted in Jerusalem, that clearly has the façade of the tomb on it. The coin will also be featured in Wolter’s upcoming updated edition of his book, “The Hooked X: Akhenaten to the Founding Fathers”. On the coin, the tomb’s antechamber, which had been destroyed when bulldozers accidentally came upon it during construction, is clearly evident. The antechamber is framed by two pillar like structures with circles on top. In the 1980 photo of the tomb, I think one can still discern a circle on the right. In any event, the mouth of the tomb is treated on the coin as a face, presumably the face of Jesus. Most importantly, the little unique “chimney” over the chevron is perfectly visible on the coin. Here we have a perfect match between a Crusader coin and the Talpiot tomb. It’s either a smoking gun connecting the Talpiot tomb to a Crusader order, thereby reinforcing its connection to Jesus, or another in a long string of coincidences".
Read more HERE.
Johan Netchacovitch posted some interesting information on his website. It concerns a new publication by Stépahnie Buttegeg which is "an extensive 68-page dossier on the mines of Rennes-les-Bains. It is far from a tourist survey and it documents [information] which is not well known - there is a folder on Pierre Plantard & Roc Negro and his perpetual license in the village cemetery, plans from the brochure "The Circle" by Thomas Plantard [regarding] the resum[ing] of mining surveys in 1987 and which evoke a "round temple", archives of the Dubosc & Fleury which completes the research, and finally, the mining sites are presented.
Another commentator - l'Oeil du Sphinx - wrote:
"....we must recognize that Buttegeg did a great job, combining research on ancient documents with field investigations. She proves it once again with the Legendary Ancient Mines of Rennes-les-Bains (In Search of Lost Secret, Legends of Oc, April 2013). It offers us a very thorough history of the mining of the region balnorennaise review, with, as backdrop, research by Pierre Plantard. He will take [buy?] the property on the territory of the commune (see Proceedings of the Symposium of Studies and Research in Rennes-le-Château in 2012 , EODS, 2013), questioning the motives that led to the alleged pathological liar buying plots at the site of his 'delusions'. After tracing the history of excavations of Dubosc and Fleury, she points the finger to an article attributed to Thomas Plantard in The Circle (1987) referring to the existence of a "Round Temple" in the basement place. The investigations do not provide conclusive evidence of this "discovery", but the researcher presents a whole host of very disturbing elements on the subject. Stephanie thank you for this very important contribution."
You can find out more here and here.
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My name is Sandy Hamblett, inspired and passionate researcher of the mysteries at Rennes-les-Bains.