At the following website HERE there is a discussion about the tomb built in the church of Espéraza by Abbé Jean Rivière after he took the final confession of Bérenger Saunière. One researcher said "and there MUST be a connection to what he heard from Saunière as he only built that afterwards".
Many have seen this 'tomb' built by Abbé Jean Rivière. The interest is because although a life size figure of Christ lies in the tomb supposedly dead, he nevertheless has his eyes partly opened, suggesting that he wasnt quite dead in this tomb depiction at any rate.
At this website HERE the owner jumped on this suggestion and said "The village church of Espéraza by Rennes-le-Château in the Aude has a statue of Jesus Christ lying in his tomb with his eyes open – depicting his moment of resurrection from the dead". Anyone who is conversant with theology knows this moment depicted is not the 'moment of Resurrection from the dead'.
Take a look HERE - this is the depiction of the moment of Resurrection!
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My name is Sandy Hamblett, inspired and passionate researcher of the mysteries at Rennes-les-Bains.