Here is a critique of the Shepherdess Parchment
The most important aspect of this parchment is that
it introduces the artist
Poussin to the mystery.
Firstly a couple of truths.
There is little evidence
that this was found by Saunière, however this in no way implies that it is
The inscription at the bottom was indeed formerly
placed under the altar in the church of St Marie Madeleine in Rennes le
This inscription was removed by a vandal in the 1970's
Here it is with Noel Corbu
Corbu was killed in a road accident
in 20 May 1968
Since Corbu died in 1968, and the parchment contains the same Latin phrase
as the one on the altar,
we can assume that the parchment therefore precedes
See Mary Magdalene page
The plain text passage is from this bible passage
Couple of notes here
John 12:1-11 (King James Version)
Jesus six days before the Passover came to
Bethany, where Lazarus was, which had been
dead, whom he raised from the dead.
2 There they
made him a supper; and Martha served: but
Lazarus was one of them that sat at the
table with him.
3 Then took Mary
a pound of ointment of spikenard, very
costly, and anointed the feet of Jesus, and
wiped his feet with her hair: and the house
was filled with the odour of the ointment.
4 Then saith one
of his disciples, Judas Iscariot, Simon's
son, which should betray him,
5 Why was not
this ointment sold for three hundred pence,
and given to the poor?
6 This he said,
not that he cared for the poor; but because
he was a thief, and had the bag, and bare
what was put therein.
7 Then said
Jesus, Let her alone: against the day of my
burying hath she kept this.
8 For the poor
always ye have with you; but me ye have not
9 Much people of
the Jews therefore knew that he was there:
and they came not for Jesus' sake only, but
that they might see Lazarus also, whom he
had raised from the dead.
10 But the chief
priests consulted that they might put
Lazarus also to death;
11 Because that
by reason of him many of the Jews went away,
and believed on Jesus.
All of these events are
featured in the church of St Marie Madeleine in Rennes le Chateau in the form
of the stained glass windows.
It also mentions Six days before the Passover
It mentions Lazarus raised from the dead -
source of the famous Blue Apples light phenomena.
It mentions Martha serving whilst Mary of
Bethany (The Magdalene) listens to Jesus
It mentions the anointing of the feet with
the hair of Mary of Bethany (The Magdalene)
It mentions the ointment and Judas'
objection to the cost. In the same window as above and note here that
only Jesus and Mary have halos despite other Saints being present.
Jesus the Sun and Mary the Moon. This is
indicated in their halos.
This is the start of the Jewish holiday of
"On the tenth of this month (Nisan)
each shall take a lamb (later to be sacrificed) into the family"
This begins the day after the spring equinox
so this passage from John 12 refers to the events around
the Spring Equinox
There is a passage in the text that is
worthy of note it says:
"Then said Jesus, Let her alone: against the day of my burying hath she kept
It can be noted that this phrase is repeated in
every Gospel Indeed it says in Matthew 26:13
“Verily I say unto you, wheresoever this gospel shall be preached in the
whole world, there shall also this, that this woman hath done, be told of
memorial of her”
So what is in the
St Catherine of
The first reference to the survival of
Christ's severed foreskin comes in the second chapter of the
Infancy Gospel which contains the following story:
- And when the time of his circumcision was come, namely,
the eighth day, on which the law commanded the child to be
circumcised, they circumcised him in a cave.
- And the old Hebrew woman took the foreskin (others say
she took the navel-string), and preserved it in an
old oil of
- And she had a son who was a druggist, to whom she said,
"Take heed thou sell not this
alabaster box of
spikenard-ointment, although thou shouldst be
offered three hundred pence for it."
- Now this is that alabaster-box which Mary the sinner
procured, and poured forth the ointment out of it upon the head
and feet of our Lord Jesus Christ, and wiped it off with
the hairs of her head.
a Dominican Nun claimed that she wore the foreskin of Jesus as a
She fought to bring the Papacy back to Rome from
A historical event known as the
In the church of Marie Madeliene Rennes le Chateau
Behind the altar.
Jesus with the Sun halo
Mary with the Moon halo.
No other disciples including St John the Divine
(immediately to the right of Jesus with the red hair) has a halo.
She was the first to see the risen Jesus
Being the moon she is the first full moon after the
Spring Equinox when the Sun's power is the greater than the darkness
In other words
A woman's menstrual cycle is 27 days the same as the
A woman's hair grows in harmony with her menstrual
Magdalene and the Moon
The text of the parchment is written in Uncial text
and the writing is fundamentally different from the writing of the the first
Dagobert parchment (they were written by two different people).
It should be noted
that some ancient Irish parchments also use Uncial text.
The encrypted code is found by taking out the
method has been described here
Remember that the only reason that the 17th century
painter Nicolas Poussin is involved in this
mystery is because of this parchment.
The final text after decryption can now be
read, it says:
BERGERE PAS DE TENTATION QUE POUSSIN TENIERS GARDENT LA CLEF PAX DCLXXXI PAR
LA CROIX ET CE CHEVAL DE DIEU J ACHEVE CE DAEMON DE GARDIEN A MIDI POMMES
Jean-Luc Chaumeil maintains that de Chérisey gives
the method of the encryption in this document called Stone and Paper
that he has in his possession, strangely Chaumeil never mentions this 26
letter anomaly in the ten years he has been talking about Stone and Paper on
De Chérisey does in fact mention that the final result is a
direct anagram of the Hautpoul tombstone with the words PS PRAECUM
De Chérisey says:
“I would like to have the reader observe that a
prodigious phenomenon occurs, which no logical brain has been able to
explain: after composing text A with text B to obtain text C which,
confronted with text D, gives text E, it so happens that text E is an
anagram of text D” i.e. composed of the same letters”
“….wouldn’t it be prodigious if, at the end of all
this work, we could but reconstitute the funerary text? Prodigious and
perfectly stupid…May our reader rest assured: another text is to be
discovered and it is an anagram of the tombstone”
“Common opinion has it that Abbé Bigou, parish priest of RLC in 1781 and the
author of the epitaph, also composed this amusement. Such is not our
opinion: the anagram was composed in our time and concludes a signature
which we shall discover when analysing the decoded text",
"The final decrypted text is the anagram of the Marie
de Blanchefort tomstone plus the words PS PRAECUM"
Lets take each section at a time.
BERGERE PAS DE TENTATION QUE POUSSIN TENIERS GARDENT
Shepherdess without temptation that Poussin
Teniers guard the key
Despite some fiddling with facts and the French
language by some this clearly means we are looking for paintings by the two
17th century renaissance painters NICOLAS POUSSIN and
DAVID TENIERS which contain a
BERGERE PAS DE TENTATION QUE POUSSIN TENIERS GARDENT LA CLEF PAX DCLXXXI PAR
LA CROIX ET CE CHEVAL DE DIEU J ACHEVE CE DAEMON DE GARDIEN A MIDI POMMES
Well Les Bergere d'Arcadie is a famous
painting by Poussin and David Teniers the younger painted the Temptation of
St Anthony many times however he only painted a few where St Anthony the
Hermit is NOT being tempted.
Currently in the Louvre museum
A copy of this painting is at
as is a copy of the Poussin painting above
If we take the words PAX DCLXXXI people normally
translate this as PEACE 681. Why do they do this? The passage is in French
then suddenly switches to Latin then back to French and the French word for
‘peace’ is ‘PAIX’ not PAX. However using a technique called Gematria that
gives letters numerical value we find the word PAX also translates as 681,
so in effect for PAX 681 we have 681 681, an unlikely coincidence?
is deliberate, for the passage continues ‘By the Cross’ and the Anglo Saxon
word for the measurement ‘The Rood’ is also the word for ‘Cross’ or Pole.
So ‘PAX DCLXXXI PAR LA CROIX’
becomes 681 by 681 by the Rood.
If we take a square that is 681 Roods (poles) by 681
Roods (poles) and draw a circle around it so that the circumference touches
each corner then the circle will have a diameter taken to the nearest
integer of three miles or One English League with an error of less than 1%
and even this error is significant. The distance between the Tour Magdala
and Rennes les Bains church is EXACTLY 3
or 1 English League.
681 POLES x (BY) 681 POLES
RESULTS IN A THREE STATUE MILE DIAGONAL
A league is a traditional unit of distance derived from an ancient
and adopted by the Romans as the leuga; the league became a common
unit of measurement throughout Western Europe
although distances varied slightly. Most scholars say that it represents the
distance the average person can walk in an hour. In
this unit is the lieue and is different from an English League in
length. Also a Rood is an archaic word for the now more recently discarded
measurement the ‘Pole’ and as we have seen is the Anglo Saxon word for a
‘cross’, generally shortened to Rod in more recent times. Remember Henri
Boudet’s suggestion that some of the words in use in the Languedoc are of Celtic and Northern European
origin. The Celts came into a, shall we say, historical existence in the
sixth century BCE under the reign of Tarquino Prisco, the part of Gaul
between the Garonne, the Mediterranean and the Alps and the ocean was
referred to as “The Celtic” by
Aristotle, Herodotus and Hiparchus. The word Keltoi is Greek for stranger
and may have been simply the word used for anyone who wasn’t Greek or Roman.
Likely named after the
Celtic Sun God Lugh
The Harvest Festival
ET CE CHEVAL DE DIEU
And the Horse of God
The Cheval de Dieu (Horse of God) represents ABRAXAS, a
deity that was significant to the Knights Templar and is the passage of the
heavens from East to West on a daily basis. Abraxas is one of the horses taking
the golden chariot of Helios to disappear into the golden cup in the West i.e.
A theme also covered by Poussin in another of his
paintings in the form of
and the four seasons.
In the background
are the four horses pulling Helios
(The Sun God) across the sky.
One is called
The word ABRAXAS in Gematria
the same as the number of days in the
ABRAXAS is Gnostic solar deity associated with Yahweh,
Mithras, Yeshu (Jesus) and significantly the Celtic Belenus.
deity worshipped in Gaul,
and Celtic areas of
He has shrines from Aquileia on the Adriatic to
Kirkby Lonsdale in
His name means
"shining one" or
"henbane god" and he is associated
with healing. He may be the same deity as Belatu-Cadros. However, in the Roman
period and Abraxas/Belenus was identified with Apollo, a connection that will
became significant later. The name Belenus has been found on around fifty
inscriptions, these are mainly concentrated in
and Cisalpine Gaul, but also extend into
and Gallia Narbonensis, the area that includes Rennes le Chateau. Otto Rahn,
likely a Polaire, had surmised in his book
Luzifers Hofgesind (1937)
that the new Golden Age was to come from Lucifer who he specifically identified
as the Cathar Pyrenean Abellio, the Celtic
Belenos, the Nordic Balder and the Greek Apollo. Collectively these were adopted
later by the Holy Roman church under the title of Saint Bonnet.
is a commune in the Puy-de-Dôme area of France, an area that sits on the Paris
Amulets and seals bearing the figure of Abraxas was used in the seals of the
Knights Templar, but by medieval times Abraxas was relegated to the ranks of
demons. The word Abraxas was first proposed by the Alexandrian Gnostic scholar
Basilides and is created using the first letters of the Greek names for the
seven visible planets. Using Gematria the letters add up to 365, the number of
days in a solar year and the number of Aeons or divine emanations in Gnostic
cosmology. However using Gematria again Mithras also adds up to 365 and
significantly so does the Celtic Solar deity Belenus. The Abraxas seal was
common in the second century. Abraxas is invoked in
The Gnostic Mass that was written by
the occultist Aleister Crowley as is the use of
Abramelin Oil, a carefully
prepared substance used to anoint initiates. In this same Gnostic Mass Crowley
also speaks of a
Holy Guardian Angel.
ACHEVE CE DAEMON DE GARDIEN
Within the system of Thelema founded by
The Holy Guardian Angel
is the "Silent Self" which is a representative
of an individual’s truest divine nature.
Notwithstanding that this whole area around Rennes le Chateau is
for no obvious reason
It will also mean Midday or indeed South
i.e. When the Sun is at it's highest point.
Why this area is called THE MIDI is open to
was popular French magazine called La Depeche du Midi
that broke the news to the general French public on January 12th,
13th & 14th 1956 accompanied with sensational
headlines of a priest finding
parchments in a broken altar pillar and known as the Priory documents or
Dossier Secrets at the turn of the twentieth century describing the
whereabouts of a treasure.
fabuleuse découverte du CURÉ aux MILLIARDS de Rennes le
Chateau….d’un coup de pioche dans un pilier du Maitre-autel
l’abbé SAUNIÈRE met à jour LE TRÉSOR DE BLANCHE DE CASTILLE.”
However assuming a Philippe de Cherisey link to this then
de Cherisey had been an actor who called himself
Why he called himself this we don't know
for certain but another publication called
LE CERCLE D'ULYSSE by Jean DELAUDE
Here the author (possibly Philippe de Cherisey) refers to
"Le cercle du Lys"
circle of the Lily (or Light)”, street of the
Admiral Mouchez is in fact
Statue of Admiral Amedee Mouchez at Le Havre.
(24 August 1821 – 29 June
1892) was a French naval officer who became director of the
Paris Observatory and launched the ill-fated
Carte du Ciel project in 1887.
Perhaps I should point out
that Philippe de Cherisey (who is known to have adopted the name
Amédée during his acting career) gives his address as UCCLE in Belgium
UCCLE is the site of the
The last observatory to abandon the
Carte du Ciel project.
Samhain - 30th October is the start of the Apple harvest
There remains this intriguing drawing in the
It was found recently that the upturned A at the
bottom may be a shorthand sign for the Zodiac sign of Taurus ♉ used by some
early 20th century French writers. On close inspection of the symbol at the
top you will notice that it is not the same as the N on the left hand side
and is more like the letter Z on its side but staying with the Signs of the
Zodiac (Z) or it could be a drawing of the scales of Libra or it could
represent the broken pillar in the Temple of Solomon.
Since this parchment also carries
the phrase in Latin beneath the altar in the church at Rennes le Chateau, then the
crude drawing going through the centre of NΘIS seems to
represent the Rosy Cross that the weeping Mary is looking at. Of course it
has already been said that NΘIS is SION inverted.
The Weeping Magdalene sits under the Cup on the
See Noel Corbu pointing at the top of this page.
This painting under the altar was supposedly done by
An obviously speculative interpretation follows:
The Magdalene's eyes are fixed on the cross
A line through the centre of the cross through the
eyes of The Magdalene finishes at the centre of the
(Arques) on the left.
23.4° is the tilt angle of the earth.
The Rosy Cross now forms the Chi Rho sign.
The angle 23.4°
the tilt angle of the earth between the Equatorial plane and the Ecliptic
plane (where the sun and the planets appear)
23.4° equals 66.6°
The author of Magick Aleister
Crowley (mentioned above with regard to the
Holy Guardian Angel) called himself
THE BEAST 666
When asked what this means he replied
"It means SUNLIGHT"
Crowley has alleged to have been the Languedoc in the 1920s and 30s
know for certain he was in the Pyrenees.