an area formerly known as Armorica
Mont St Michael and Tombelaine
Brittany is the home of Mont St Michel
Mont St Michael with the island of Tombelaine in the foreground
looking every bit like a slain Dragon.
and Brittany is the home ofA French writer and staunch Royalist who used Les Bergere d'Arcadie on Poussin's Grave in Rome
Poussin painted over 300 paintings and sketches and yet Chateaubriand chose
Les Bergere d'Arcadie to place on his grave.
On it it says:
PARCE PIIS LACRIMIS VIVIT PUSSINUS IN URNA
VIVERE QUI DEDERAT NESCIUS IPSE MORI
HIC TAMEN IPSE SILET SI VIS AUDIRE LOQUENTEM
MIRUM EST IN TABULIS VIVIT ET ELOQUITUR
Retiens tes larmes pieuses, dans cette tombe Poussin vit,
Il avait donné la vie sans savoir lui même mourir,
Il se tait ici mais, si tu veux l'entendre parler,
il est surprenant comme il vit et il parle dans ses tableaux
Remember your pious tears in this tomb Poussin lives
It is quiet here, but, if you want to hear him speak.
+Poussin was born in Les Andelys in Normandy
Where there was once a Druid Temple and where Richard the Lionheart built a Castle.
It is 180 miles from
The City of RENNES
Contemporary texts say that the red-haired Celtic
"Redones" or "rose people" (Rutheni/Rhodanim -
Theophilius called them Rhos and Rus is where the name
“Redones of the south spent a relative time
running in the foolish superstitions of paganism. The proconsul
Paulus, disciple of the apostle St-Paul had come to carry Evangelism to the
Then, on the edge of the Cap de ‘l’Hommé on the top of a menhir, opposite the pagan temple, converted later into Christian church destroyed later by the fire, a beautiful head of the Saviour looking at the valley, and dominating was carved, all these Celtic monuments which had lost their meaning”
Where legends of the Grail and king Arthur abound.
The Golden Tree in the Val du Sans Retour
The Valley of No-Return
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Temple of Reason, created under the French Revolution in 1793 ,
the temple is a new religion inspired dogmas of Freemasonry
and to replace the Christianity : the cult of Reason Hebert atheists (Fall 1793-Spring 1794) and the cult of the Supreme Being of the Montagnards Deists (1794 Spring-Summer 1794).
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