was this data that was incorporated into the architecture of sacred
buildings. The aim was to produce
the ideal temple of the
ladder, linking the constellations
following geometric proportions by
'the rule, the compass and the square''.
This was the marvellous
dream that Jacob had on the stone:
"Here is the house of God, here is the gate of heaven".
is not therefore at Gisors. Although this letter is important:
it is the way, the column, the ladder,
the last nail in order to liberate
Prisoner. "Come on, be brave! Some more jolts and the treasure
bought at the price of such tears
and blood is yours." The traveller, in
the Prisoner's Tower, also finds engraved in the stone a Saint
Nicholas and a date (the other side
of the cube): 1575.
Now Nicholas is in
Greek the seeker of the stone; it is he who revives the three children.