The Out-of-Body Travel Foundation Collaborated with an Anonymous Insider
The Mysteries of Rennes Le Chateau Anonymous Insider's Summaried Writings on our Correspondences 'The Out-of-Body Travel Foundation's' Marilynn Hughes Collaborated with John Walker, Chair of the Rennes le Chateau Phoenix Society about its many mysteries; including the Mysterious Connection of Mary Magdalene to the Royal Families of Europe, Rosslyn Chapel, Bon Lamas of Tibet, Early Liturgies of the Apostles According to their Travels, St. Vincent Ferrer and the Sanch Movement, the Penitentes of Lower Colorado, Cathars, Cathar Religion and Temples (01 - 07/16/2017)
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The Out-of-Body Travel Foundation's' Marilynn Hughes Collaborated with John Walker, Chair of the Rennes le Chateau Phoenix Society about its many mysteries; including the Mysterious Connection of Mary Magdalene to the Royal Families of Europe, Rosslyn Chapel, Bon Lamas of Tibet, Early Liturgies of the Apostles According to their Travels, St. Vincent Ferrer and the Sanch Movement, the Penitentes of Lower Colorado, Cathars, Cathar Religion and Temples (01 - 07/01/2017)
The Mysteries of Rennes Le Chateau, By Massimo Polidoro
Rennes Le Chateau Research: Investigating the Mystery of the French Priest Berenger Sauniere'
Of Mary Magdalene Churches and the Mysteries of Rennes Le Chateaux, By Anonymous (Image of Jesus and Mary with Eucharist Stained Glass.)
About fifteen years ago I wanted to see if there was anything to support Charles Radclyffe being a Grand Master of the mythical Priory of Sion.
The reason I chose him was that part of my family line came from Cumbria and they go back to the 1600s at least. Charles was Earl of Derwentwater and that was the ideal place to start. Their family rebuilt the Church at Crosthwaite in 1417. This church is known as Kentigern's Church since this is where he is supposed to have set up his cross circa 7th Century. In the re-build the South East corner is known as the Magdalene Chapel. There is a stained glass window with the Radclyffe coat of arms and the Magdalene. The window still contains some of the original fragments. The nearby town of Keswick had 3 medieval fairs of which only one is known today, the Magdalene fair.
I enquired at the museum and was told to write to them as they knew someone who was knowledgeable on the Radclyffes. I wrote twice but did not hear further but they also referred me to look at Dilston in Northumberland. This was their family seat. When I went there I found their personal recusant chapel was also dedicated to MM. Dilston is associated with the Gunpowder Plot. It is said the Radclyffes were behind it. They certainly knew the Percy's, Catesby's and so on.
My next port of call was the Northumbrian Jacobites to find more of the family. In doing so I read one of their journals with an article by Colin Ratcliffe-Springall who came from Keswick. I realised this was the man the museum wanted me to be in contact with. I e mailed him and we spoke on the telephone, subsequently becoming good friends. Colin was "The Expert" on the Radclyffes and we collaborated on a book over about five years. Sadly I did not finish it and Colin died.
He confirmed the family dedication. It appears a Royalist one. All the Radclyffes and variant spellings come through one man. Ivo de Taillebois who was William the Conquerors standard bearer. He was granted substantial lands in England. They built the castle at Kendal and granted lands to the Pre-monsterian order near Shap. This Abbey is dedicated to MM. Their cousins the Clare's also built a MM church at Clare on the Herts Essex border. The Taillebois also had lands in Lincolnshire and surprise, surprise the Lincoln Cathedral is dedicated to MM.
They also had land near Manchester Redcliffe which is why they became "Of the Redcliffe" or Radclyffe. Charles's branch of the family were very Catholic of the House of York and he was a cousin of Bonnie Prince Charlie.
The MM dedications mainly seem to come through the Plantagenets in England. Sandringham the Royal Church is dedicated to MM. The influence comes through the Anjou.
The main character taking an interest in MM was Rene D'Anjou (Louis 9th I think). Particularly he took an interest in the Island of Maguelone. This has more interesting connection to MM with some activity there in Roman Times.
It is said the Anjou believed they were "Descended" from MM. I think "related to" more acceptable.
If she was to be stoned for adultery, then she was married and may well have had children. This does not have to be from a relationship with Jesus does it? She was apparently the sister of Lazarus. "The life of MM" was attributed to Raban Maurus. If this is true the sources come very close to Charlemagne who was very close to Guilds and Freemasonry. Modern historians believe the text was later medieval.
The church at Rennes was originally a chapel for the Chateau. It was dedicated the Virgin Mary and I believe was dedicated to MM during the 1300s. The five sided star is associated with the Virgin, "The Star of the Sea".
Where does the MM legend come from? The suggestion is the Anjou were Jewish. "Anne the Jew" has been mentioned. The Templars have Jewish connections. There are the Desposini (Did I spell it properly?) families associated with Jesus.
Christianity may have come to Britain at an early date. Constantine was crowned at York and Helena may have been a British Princess. Radclyffes were House of York.
Catharism/Gnosticism is a funny lot. Did they infiltrate Templars and so on. Gaston de Foix married into the Radclyffes.
I think that's enough for tonight.
Take care and
Happy Astral Travelling.
I think there may be about 30-50 churches in Britain with post Norman dedication to MM. There are some Saxon ones but it is hard to find out if the dedications changed over time. The Glastonbury legend has been dismissed but there was a very early church dedicated to MM there. It was not on the Tor but about a mile or two away on the levels towards Street. I'm not sure if this inspired the MM dedication of the Abbey?
It is very possible that Christianity came to Britain earlier than thought. What you then need to consider though is that it may not be in the orthodox form.
Colin thought there may have been something of the Mithraic in the Templars. I think this is based on the underground activities. I mentioned Ivo de Taillebois, well St Ivo in Lincolnshire was meant to have been a Persian Bishop.
The "Priory" is dodgy. Anything to do with Pierre Plantard, De Cherissey, Gerard de Sede probably about 1964 onwards is suspect and should be treated with caution. However I equally do not believe they made everything up but got bits of things and put them in the public domain. Consider around 1956 Plantard lived at Annemasse. It was at this time the Order of Malta HQ opened in Geneva and have a museum room that can be visited with permission. What better place to get info? Prior to 1964 PP was into Templars, horoscopes and channelling. In the 1950s he did buy some land at Rennes Le Bains.
So Astral travelling... round 1999/2000 I went to Rosslyn Chapel after the Sauniere Society meeting for the tour with . . . a senior Freemason and guide. He took us to where he said there was an Astral Doorway. He did some energy experiments with the group. I recognised some of the movements as using chi. So I said I would do Chi Kung (standing meditation-embracing tree position ) on the spot while the others walked around.
At first I did not notice anything it was bitterly cold. When I went into "Sung" (Chinese for the daydream state) I felt my arms being supported. Not unpleasant or hard. I told Jim what I had noticed.
Some months later Brian Allen wrote an article. Anne Marie Sneddon a medium said there was an Astral Doorway there and people experienced floating sensations.
The technical answer is that I had experienced the "Woevre" the effect of a blind spring. There is one at Chartres, Canterbury and there may have been one at Santiago. Macchu Picchu has an Astral Doorway. I have had discussions with Hamish Millar and Sig Longren famous dowsers about my dowsing experiences and theirs.
Do you keep a diary of your travels? How did you get into OOB?
Happy to correspond if you wish but equally understand you may have commitments
Wow, this is very interesting. It can't be coincidence that all those churches were built in Mary Magdalene's honor. Yes, it is possible that MM was married to someone other than Jesus, and that would explain alot. There are a lot of interesting potential locations for the descendants of MM, and I also recently saw some interesting evidence of the descendants of Jesus's family, not Jesus directly, but his earliest followers, etc., being in a small town off the coast of Spain. A theory that some of the disciples went over the sea there during the early persecutions, and there is an oral tradition, as well as, some archaeological evidence to indicate that could have happened, as well. At the same time, there is the theory of India, which would have included MM and the Blessed Mother, the tombs there of all three - but that could only have happened if Jesus somehow survived the crucifixion. The tombs are compelling evidence, but there is so much in France and England, as well, also the oral traditions, the legends of St. Sarah who is claimed to have been a maidservant to MM and of course the Priory. Your knowledge of these bloodlines and your connection to them is very fascinating. Many Blessings, Marilynn
I'm sure there are other sites around the world with similar effects. Blanche Merz wrote a book on this theme. It is to do with the vibrational frequency of the site measured in Angstroms. There is a range that produces the floating sensation and temporary hyperactivity. Higher still some temples, Buddhist sites in the Himalayas.
Where I am coming from on early Christianity is that individuals may have received or seen an orthodox message but there were many religions, groups. Secret Societies out there that may have caused fusions. For example it is very unlikely the Gospels were written prior to 50AD and probably nearer to 70 in the earliest forms. So transmission was by word of mouth. Apostles received the Holy Spirit but was transmitted to Egyptians, Hermetic Greeks, Taoists, Druids, Jews and so on. There were discussions between Peter and Paul over Christian theology. So it is possible there may have been fusions. I really don't know. We do know for example there were differences at the Synod of Whitby in 664 over Celtic Christianity and the Roman Church over celebration of Easter. People were just acting on the knowledge they had, it is not sinister. However there were cults such as Manichaen that on the surface seem reasonable but were designed to infiltrate and corrupt. That is why you have good and bad Cathars in a sense. It just depends the slants people want to put on things.
There are legends of Joseph of Arimathea, Caractacus's family influenced by Paul, St. Albans being a Mason, Amphibulus may have been a Druid? There were Martyrs at Caerleon. Egyptians visited Ireland, Phoenecians came to Britain. It is perfectly possible there were early Christian's around. St Paul Acts 19 mentions the Grail-Lapsit Excaelis at Ephasus. I believe this was the site of the first church dedicated to Mary the Mother.
The Hieron Val D'Or is worth a look into at Paray Monial. They apparently have a museum with some early Christian ideas.
Just take anything to do with Rennes with caution. Check out the facts. Some are genuine but so much is hearsay. There are facts but getting to the true French sources is hard going particularly the closer you get to Rennes.
Did you stumble on your experience? 70 books is a lot! I work full time and tried to write one, got about 80 pages but had to give up. I really need to get back into it. Colin told me the detail of the Radclyffes and I tested his theory. OOB is not really my specialist field. I know a member of my family that has had them. It was something they experienced, not sought. They did not like the up the tube experience but discussed and found some angelic assistance a way around it. They are now a very experienced Astral Traveller . . . I have had many supernatural experiences.
There is a book on Tibetan Dream Yoga that I have somewhere. I was very lucky as my main Tai Chi tutor was Anthony Court. He is an experienced Buddhist but learnt from one of the Bon Lama's (the old Tibetan religion) and Tony taught me many things. So I do Astral Travel. In fact I need to catch up on some soon.
This is all really interesting. I find Rosslyn Chapel fascinating and it's really interesting that you experienced an astral doorway there, and these other places like Santiago that may have such doorways. You said that you think that Christianity may have come to Britain earlier than thought, but in a less than orthodox fashion? Do you have any ideas on what manner it may have come? And do you think it may have been more gnostic or what beliefs do you think may have been different? How early?
I've always been interested in the Pierre Plantard issue, and I appreciate your insight. Your theory does seem to have merit.
I did start journaling my experiences decades ago and have written over 70 books on the subject of out of body travel. You can check out my work at http://outofbodytravel.org.
I'm very interested right now in the historical Christ, and the wanderings of the apostles after the crucifixion, and many theories which are being presented as possibilities. Your history on MM is really interesting and it seems, quite in depth. Do you have many out of body experiences, as well? How have you gathered all of these histories on MM and the royal lines?
Thanks for sharing this, it's very interesting to me.
Hi Happy Easter
The dream states are vibrational frequencies within the brain. We move from the physical to alpha and so on in the direction of spiritual. The more the physical shut down, weird things happen. The body re-charges, some things on, some things off, dreams. We become more in tune with the spiritual/spirit world, pick up on it, communicate with it. You can project your "Yi" intent in the physical state, so what could happen in a more spiritual state?
I understand what you are saying and agree to a large extent (Microcosm) which is why I stopped my experimenting on ancient sites after about three months. It is not the effect I was seeking but understanding. There are natural healthy places to generate energy. Breath is Oxygen, trees running streams and so on. A cabin in the mountains sounds good.
Thank you for starting to explain your experiences. I had a peek at a couple of your You Tube clips. The Rennes thing for me started in the 1970s with Henry Lincoln's films when I was in my early teens. I came across the "Rennes Group" about 2000.
Where are you looking to take your research and exploration?
I did see some reference to Swedenborg. Who do you think influenced him?
The Gospels and Christianity were for all. So yes there is Hebrew, Greek Gnostic and so on. There are elements of Taoist too. Chicken and Egg.
Tony told me about the old Tibetan culture Zhang Zhuang. It seems to date from the Iron Age and has writing similar to Sanskrit. However Tony told me it went back about 20,000 BC. It covered a larger area than Tibet. You can look it up.
Similar for the Bon religion. One of his Lama's was Lama Khemsar. I think you will find him on you tube and also Dream Yoga. I have a Tibetan book on this. JF Brennan wrote a book on Occult Tibet which is an interesting read and mentions it. He also did a small book on Astral Doorways.
Tony/Anthony Court is on LinkedIn and Facebook. I don't do the latter. He is a treasure trove in all areas and I think very highly of him. I have not seen him for about ten years. I used to do Tai Chi too quickly, Tony called it the "Michael Schumaker Form". So slow it down and work on it. If you are interested in Tai Chi/Chinese etc I recommend the site taichiworld.com. It is packed with info, free video's, books and demos. Erle Montaigue was the first westerner to achieve a Master Degree in Beijing and Tony was his most senior student. Erle learnt from direct study with the Yang family. Erle wrote many books and produced around 400 videos. His son Eli runs the site today.
On the Good Friday theme. Have you heard of the Sanch/Sang? They look like KKK and walk around Perpignan or other places in the Languedoc on GF carrying the cross. See also the Societe Perillos website for this and Rennes info.
They are Penitential. There is a book called "The Rise". This highlights that Cathars also had Penitental Orders. The Cathars seem around the areas of the old "Celtic Church" in Europe.eg Northern Spain, Northern Italy, Northern France, Languedoc etc. I don't agree with the conclusions of the book but it is an interesting read on the subject. These orders extracted money for funerals or burial ritual. The Sanch conducted consolation and collected funding for the condemned criminals to be executed. The Sanch were founded under Vincent Ferrer and later than the Cathars. I think they are Templar influenced.
One of the very big influences on Sauniere was the Sacred Heart. You find it all over the Villa Bethania.
OH well better stop there or you will be ZZZ and travelling.
Well, I bet there are, but my experience has been that the vibration is more in the person, the out of body traveler, than in the location. I've found that no matter where I go, even in a high rise hotel, I can penetrate the realms without having to try. I really found that interesting recently when I had to stay at a hotel in Phoenix for a few weeks after a surgery and even though I hated the hotel, I had profound mystical experiences every night I was there. And the energy wasn't good there . . . normally, I do live out in the wilderness. I live in the Rocky Mountains, so I was surprised by this . . .
I did stumble upon out of body experiences about thirty years ago . . . but then delved into it very deeply, and tend to go deeper and deeper in each of my subsequent books.
Your points about the early Christians makes a lot of sense to me, I've been studying liturgies and we forget how many strands Christianity has taken and took from the very beginning. I do think there were fusions, not only with the Egyptians, but the Buddhists and Hindu's. I even found a few strands with Islam. But I'm still struggling for the details . . .
I have not heard of the Bon Lama's, would love to know more about them and your teacher!
Many Blessings, Marilynn
Read about the Many Liturgies of the Early Church in the East and West
You should be able to see the basis from my article . . . Swedenborg was initiated into Scottish Rite Freemasonry. Radclyffe granted Sweden their masonic constitution. So it came though him.
Below is the most recent update I have on Rennes from Anneke Koremans
The church benches have been replaced by new ones last year, and the old ones are now temporarily stored in Saunières Summer office. No idea what the plans are for them.
There was a rumour that the image of the station of the cross with the little boy with the Scottish tartan has been painted over, but that is not the case. It’s still the original.
Plans are to renovate the Villa Bethania, adding it onto the museum tour, within 3 years’ time. Of course the entrance fees will then go up.
The current owners of the Chateau Hautpoul are still working on the restorations, and there are plans to eventually open it up to the public for a small entrance fee. Details are not yet known to me.
There is a new pottery shop in RLC, which is absolutely lovely!
In Couiza, the restaurant Le Carnotzet that had burned down over a year ago, has reopened again. J
Lucie Robin, daughter of Jean-Luc, has taken over the Dragon restaurant in RLC, and it is now named “L’Antre Temps”. Her menus change per day and are absolutely lovely, very organic, natural, biological. Health and power food that are delicious and unique.
The village is now forbidden for all cars (people who do not belong there, or are tourists, etc) so you have to park on the parking below the village (there are three parkings now, and one big one is just underneath the village). It’s safer for everyone and less of a hassle for the inhabitants as well as the people who come up on busy days and end up almost crashing into one another.
Oh by the way, did you know that Morgan Marrot’s father owned the Pommes Bleues? The original sign of the restaurant is in the Jardin de Marie restaurant, run by Morgan and a lovely staff. He has taken over from Gerda and Tobi (the Germans) several years ago and has taken the restaurant to a whole new, wonderful level. Lucie Robin was working there before she took over the Dragon (the old Pommes Bleues), so all in all, Rennes is looking after its own. ;-)
The old bookshop in the main street has gone bankrupt, so it has been taken over by the Porte de Rennes shop. Some of the old second hand books are also sold in the museum shop. It’s cool to see how my own book, “White Lie, the Quest for the Forbidden Relic”, has been put on a very prominent position in the main museum ticket office, next to Boudet’s book.
Beringer was one of four priests from the Aude that had their knuckles rapped for anti republican speeches for the Nov 1885 elections. Beringer was sent to the "Petit Seminaire" in Narbonne for six months (this translates as secondary school.) Alfred his brother was a tutor to the Chefdebien in Narbonne. The whole statue was a job lot from Lyons. They supplied Masonic items.
After he returned in 1886 he gave Eugene Grassaud an old chalice. The two were lifelong friends. Grassaud taught at a convent in Perpignan. Perpignan was home to the "Sanch".
It is quite clear Beringer was a royalist and the Villa Bethania is dripping in Sacred Heart imagery. There are very possibly secret society connections. Masonry and Martinism for starters. Guy Patton wrote a couple of articles on Sauniere and the Occult for the Observer. I did a presentation on the elements of the Martinist symbol present in the whole statue about 2000. It is not just the Holy Water, the four elements, cross and so on.
There are lots of possibilities, some I have written about.
The Sanch were founded by Vincent Ferrer 1416 as a penitent organisation to console those condemned. They would collect money along the way for the individuals funeral. Some suggest they are Cathar but I think they are Templar.
Their base was the church of St James in Perpgnan. This was the start of the Compostela pilgrim route. (An opportunity to make money). On the Fleury Tableau there is a bag split open ( with coins).
There is a book called "The Rise" by Isaac Ben Jacob. There is a lot of good research in it. It is thought the "Rise" is a Manichaen funeral ritual. It may be very ancient and Chaldean. The Sanch place great emphasis on the implements of the passion and display them on the "Cross of Outrages" Are they part of the ritual?
The Cathars had a number of Penitential Orders. They seemed to have flourished in the areas of the Celtic Church. They followed excessive penitence sometimes up to death.
The Cistercians were set up to mirror the ideals of the Cathars, to lure individuals to the church and away from Cargarism. The Templars also had the rule of Bernard.
There are a number of Sanch churches in the Catalan areas. Arles Sur Tech. Sauniere funded for a sick child to go there. There is a Holy Spring. That is a creepy morbid former church. Prats de Mollo is another Sanch church.
Procession of the Sanch in Perpignan - Click Here to Read About the Sanch
An excerpt From the "Perillos Times" Edition 1 by Filip Coppens
On the French website, we have been running a series of articles, under the heading The Rise. These are the work of Isaac ben Jacob – obviously a pseudonym – who heads a team of researchers that have brought a new dimension to the mystery of Saunière that is refreshingly innovative. Isaac ben Jacob has signed a contract with Frontier Publishing and The Rise is expected to be published as a book in November 2006. But to bring you up to date with the highlights…
The team looked in detail to who was sponsoring Saunière – which these days can be done quite easily from an analysis of his accountancy books. In fact, these documents were the ones he did not want to turn over to the bishop when he was requested to explain his income – though they by no means explain all of his income, as some would have it. This analysis revealed that some intriguing people were paying an awful lot of money – and some of these could be traced to one organisation, La Sanch.
Many others could be traced to regions where similar movements used to be popular too. What is La Sanch? La Sanch – there are many in name – is an organisation in Perpignan, now famous for its yearly procession through the streets of the town on the day before Good Friday, where they dress up in cloaks that are identical to the KuKlux Klan – which actually took their dress from them.
La Sanch was a penitent movement, from the early 15th century, founded by Vincent Ferrer, a priest travelling through Europe, telling people to repent, as the end of times is near. Intriguingly, Ferrer was intimately connected with the Perillos family – see our website – as well as Pope Pedro de Luna, he himself of a family that were married into the Perillos dynasty – with Ramon de Perillos being a close advisor to this pope. The organisation was restarted in the 1880s – Saunière’s timeframe – and is strong in Perpignan and surrounding area. They also have a presence in Opoul – and in Perillos when it was still alive, as well as a specific devotion in Arles-sur-Tech, with its mysterious “Holy Tomb” – a tomb that fills miraculously with water. IBJ (Isaac ben Jacob) has traced the origin of this tomb to two Persian saints, whom he associates specifically with the penitent movement.
IBJ has also picked up on various throwaway comments of some authors that Saunière was . . . a magician. “The Rise” is actually the name of a ritual, which he believes was practiced by the Sanch – or at least some people inside. What the ritual incorporates is not really known, and opinions vary from a type of possession, in which people are brought back from the dead to incorporate the body of a living person – or rather: a person who is murdered so that a deceased soul can take it over – The Mummy indeed. Others believe it is not so gruesome and that it involves a special ritual that lets the dead soul ascend – i.e. breaks them free from the cycle of incarnation. The latter is an intriguing thought, for the penitent move-ment is closely related with the Cathars – who in essence were a subcategory – and who were known to have a ritual of consolamentum, which was administered by a Cathar priest. The sacrament was for the dying and many people preferred to die once it was administered, even if the disease proved not to be terminal in the end – a “death sentence” that worsened once Cathar priests became scarcer, in the latter parts of the 13th century, because of their persecution by the Albigensian Crusade.
The penitent movement is traced back to Persia, famous for its magicians – think about the Three Magi. Other researchers have found intriguing documents and stories about Sauniere that indicate he was a practicing magician. Some of these stories purely live within Rennes-le-Château, but “psychic” people having certain feelings or apparitions, though books like The Sion Revelation do quote some researchers who have highlighted that the masses Saunière said were not as straightforward as we might think, but may have had a magical aspect to them. This is precisely what IBJ argues, but rather than see this as a stand-alone event, he places it within a larger framework: how such a magical tradition has survived throughout the Ages, often within the confines of the Church, and has given rise to various traditions, including those of Purgatory, which is something that is alien to the core of the Christian belief, but which was added to it because of the rise of the penitent movement.
IBJ argues that there is clear evidence that Billard supported this “penitent revolt”. Upon his death, various priests accused Billard of corruption, which not merely included the bishop, but several priests. This once again provides a wider framework for The La Sanch procession, annually held in Perpignan,The Holy Tomb in Arles-sur-Tech, one of the genuine mysteries of the area the life of Saunière, who is thus not an anomaly. It also shows that de Beausejour was intent on ending this corruption and his persecution of Saunière may have been part of this drive – rather than just an isolated event.
What to think of Saunière’s favourite retreat, Prouille, which coincidentally also received major interest from Billard? Prouille was a convent where Dominic Guzman installed nine Cathars, turning them into “good nuns”. Guzman founded the Dominicans, creators of the Inquisition, which was all about rooting out the heretical beliefs in Southern France. Prouille is an intriguing place, if only because it is where Noel Corbu, the former owner of Sauniere’s domaine and then owner of the castle where the first Cathar synod had occurred, died – in a car accident. I must say it’s difficult to see how anyone, definitely in those days, could have a fatal car accident there, but still… IBJ has not developed this theme further, but it is clear that Prouille may prove to be an intriguing sideshow to the main line of argument.
In conclusion: was there an ancient group of “magi” – priest magicians – that installed themselves in Southern France, followed by a new wave of interest in the 11-13th century, and finally a revival in the 19th century, in which Saunière was part of this tradition? That is the main question and whereas the material on the French site has mainly addressed the Sauniere angle, the book itself will bring additional information to the forefront of the penitent movement before Sauniere’s time.
On the English site, we have mapped possible inroads to Perillos: the original La Sanch was set up by Ferrer, a preacher praying from Perpignan who suddenly became convinced we had to repent so that the world could end; indeed, he did not think we were all going to die … he hoped we could all die once we repented. What convinced him? Could it be a combination of Ramon de Perillos and the pope and “something” that convinced him? The 14th century “triumvirate” of Pope, de Perillos and Ferrer is a dimension that few have been able to appreciate. Furthermore, though Ferrer is a wellknown saint, he has not been given adequate interpretation within the “esoteric scene”.
Within the framework of what went on in Perpignan, this is a shame, for what IBJ has create an intriguing triangle: Sauniere-La Sanch-Perillos, wherein each piece of information is explained. Though Saunière’s model could be a standalone event within the mystery of Saunière, the introduction of La Sanch into that equation shows that Saunière’s involvement with the La Sanch-Perillos enigma was a key driver throughout his lifetime and a major source of his wealth.
This is all very interesting information. I did not realize they do 'The Sanch.' So can you send me some of the writings you did on these subjects via email? There is so much more information to this than we hear about over here in the States. So tell me about the four elements, cross and so on . . .
If the translate does not work on the web page, why not copy the text into a word doc and try to translate that?
The general thinking out there is the Sanch have a nocturnal mortuary rite. The emblem is the Cockerel... The Rise? Patrice Chaplin has written several fictional books. City of Secrets is about Girona. Next to the Cathedral is the "French Woman's Garden". This contained a tower similar to the Magdala. It no longer exists. You may find some stuff on Andy Goughs Arcadia site on this. The area was the site for the Medieval Rabbi that wrote the Zohar, I think off the cuff it is spelt Maimonides? Around the 80/90s there was a legend of a Marian apparition on the hill. The mountain "The Canigou" is about 9000 ft and just about the biggest in the Eastern Pyrennes. It is important to the Catalans who climb it on mid summer to see the sunrise. It roughly lies in between the Girona and Rennes. They are trying to say that there is some sort of ritual involving the two towers. Mmmm?
The suggestion is Patrice's boyfriend Joseph Tarres is Sauniere's son. (The character in Girona) Not sure either? I was told the illustrated drawing docs in the book are fake.
On the Rennes Gazette pages with the Rise articles in French there are lots of Cathar symbols/emblems. Cathars were spiritual. We believe interested in Solar and Astral. The suggestion is their castles incorporate elements of this- but have been re-built over.
The crucifixion implements appear on the "Cross of Outrages". At Garway the Templar Preceptory, inside are also the crucifixion symbols. Of course there is the Sauniere Penitence, The open bag of gold on the Fleury Tableau. I guess through the higher states of penitence/fasting they were trying to reach the spirtitual.
The Foreign Legion were valueless soldiers, as were the Templars and so on.
Change of subject- some homework
Henry Holiday did the stained glass windows at the St Pauls Lee Memorial in Richmond, Virginia. He also did the windows at MM church Paddington London. He did a lot of work in the Lake District. He was involved with the pre-raphaelites but does not appear to have been esoteric. He worked with James Powell and sons.
The Lee family were the Earls of Litchfield, the later Earls were the Ansons of Shugborough Hall fame. The Lees were cousins of the Radclyffes. If you can find a connection with Robert E. You are on the way.
Some of the Radclyffes were on the Mayflower and settled at Jamestown. Some were killed there.
Some Virginia research for you.
---------- Original Message ---------- From: "marilynnhughes outofbodytravel.org" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 07 June 2017 at 09:08 Subject: Re: Rennes update
Okay, well that makes sense now. I think I can use the translate facility to read some of these other works which are in French or other languages.
Pleased you enjoyed the info.
To get the French books you can try La Porte de Rennes website. They have Le Cercle de Narbonne and a range of others
Amazon have a range of books.
"Cargars" shoud read Cathars. "Hey" I have just created my own secret society called the Cargars!
These are great links, thank you! We had a society of Penitents here in the Southwest, La Penitentes of the Southwest, who practiced very similarly to these. Unfortunately, it doesn't appear that Polycarp of the River's works are still available anywhere. I would have found those fascinating. I just found a copy of 'The Dream of Poliphilo', looks very interesting . . .
Click Here to Watch a Video of the Penitentes of New Mexico and Lower Colorado
I'll see if I can find you some bits on the Cathars and Astral. May be a few days though.
One suggestion is the Cathar Castles had a solar layout. Hard to prove as they have been re-built.
The Sir Francis Bacon tour was good too. The Bacon Mount was interesting. A bit like a tumulus except evidence of a rectangular wall in the middle going below the ground. Square in a circle?
It seems to be on a line between St Albans Cathedral and Temple Cottage. In fact it is on a ley line. We could do with another visit.