I noticed on the web site of Johan Netchacovitch that Thierry E. Garnier referred to an old postcard of the area of Rennes-les-Bains. He said "This is actually an old postcard of Rennes-les-Bains, rather confidential and only known to some researchers, but to my knowledge, it has never been presented and discussed with very critical apparatus - the important point, and that [which] is very disturbing is that the editor of this map is a member of the in-laws of Henri Boudet and this card was issued between the years 1900-1910, at a time when Boudet was still alive ..."
We have discussed this postcard on this website a while ago [date 24/11/2014] - HERE - here is the postcard reproduced below:
Garnier goes on to say: The curiosity of this card is found in the following statement: "Les Pierre Plantees' are a part of the Celtic Cromleck" ...! As if by magic and the incredible new found postcard reality, that the "cromlech of Rennes-les-Bains" was finally seen [with it's new] "photographic" existence. I find it fascinating ...! For the rest, as it is part of the original research of Franck Daffos and that this rare postcard belongs to him, it will be him, of course, to disclose more about the subject".
So it is causing some excitement! However, the postcard is not so rare and is part of a series ....see HERE. And it is not the only postcard to refer to the Celtic Cromleck of Henri Boudet!
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My name is Sandy Hamblett, inspired and passionate researcher of the mysteries at Rennes-les-Bains.