We read here about the Abbe Cauneille and his possible authorship of two books, The Golden Centre and the Line of Sight. As Tina Flynn pointed out to me - the author of the book as shown at the website is not Francois Pierre Cauneille (the abbe of Rennes-les-Bains at the time of Bigou) but his brother Jean Francois Cauneille. However, on further checks it seems there was no brother by this name. We have recorded the following names; Peter Dominic Cauneille and Jean-Pierre Cauneille.
In the book by Cherisey called CIRCUIT, Cherisey has a character called Salavador explain:
"The abbe Cauneille was a cure of a small parish in the Languedoc, exiled by the revolution to Sabadell .....then he came to Lanzarote accompanied by a servant who was my ancestor ....". According to Salavador this Caunielle 'left a little handwritten book which we have passed down from father to son".
It was described as being a 'pretty little volume bound in red Moroccan leather and decorated with a picture of a small child, who, with an object which resembles a set square or a pick axe, looks as if he is about to smash up the binding ..."
Of course, this descriptions does not match the image given at the website. However, the descriptions of the cover given by Cherisey would fit with the geometrical concept i discussed with the title of the second book - The Line of Sight.
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My name is Sandy Hamblett, inspired and passionate researcher of the mysteries at Rennes-les-Bains.