Throughout the history of Christianity there have been those claiming to know a monumental secret. Often these people have been associated with French esoteric organizations, Rosecrutions, Freemasons and centered around the Church of St. Sulpice in Paris. Here for example is a letter sent by Louis Fouquet to his brother after a meeting in Rome with the mysterious painter Poussin.
‘He and I discussed certain things, which I shall with ease be able to explain to you in detail; things which will give you advantages which even kings would have great pains to draw from him, and which, according to him, it is possible that nobody else will ever rediscover in the centuries to come.’
Clearly in the Church of St. Sulpice there must have been some documentation in the past that contained the monumental secret, but now this real life detective story searching links between the history of Rome and the latest Biblical research, finally reveals the extraordinary and truly monumental secret that Fouquet thought ‘nobody would ever rediscover in the centuries to come.’
As ‘WHO KILLED JESUS?’ appears to be an open and shut case, since everybody knows it was the Roman Governor, Pilate, who had Jesus crucified; the starting point for the book has to be, to prove that Pontius Pilate was not the guilty party. This already is such an outrageous idea that we are forced to confront your natural skepticism by presenting four pages from the book’s Introduction, that proves, without doubt, that Pontius Pilate was not, and could not have been involved in any way in the killing of Jesus Christ. Read and contemplate the full, astonishing implications of the irrefutable evidence that…
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My name is Sandy Hamblett, inspired and passionate researcher of the mysteries at Rennes-les-Bains.