an area formerly known as
Mont St Michael and Tombelaine
Brittany is the home of
Mont St Michel
Mont St Michael with the island of Tombelaine in
looking every bit like a slain Dragon.
Brittany is the home of
A French writer and staunch Royalist who used
Les Bergere d'Arcadie on Poussin's
Poussin painted over 300 paintings and sketches and yet Chateaubriand
Les Bergere d'Arcadie to place on his
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
EST IN TABULIS VIVIT ET ELOQUITUR
Retiens tes larmes pieuses, dans
cette tombe Poussin vit,
Il avait donné la vie sans savoir lui même
Il se tait ici mais, si tu veux l'entendre parler,
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
It is 180 miles from
The City of
(A name not unlike the Town of
Rønne on Bornholm and
Rennes Island off Stavanger.
Norway, where pentagonal patterns in the landscape can be found)
Contemporary texts say that the red-haired Celtic
"Redones" or "rose people" (Rutheni/Rhodanim -
Theophilius called them Rhos and Rus is where the name Russia came from.) settled both Rennes in the Midi
area of the Languedoc
Interestingly, one interpretation of the King Arthur legends is that
"Arthur" (literally Earth Bear) or "Ursus" was really
Riothamus, a Dark Age
Celt ruler of a
"Thalassocracy" that spanned Brittany in France and Cornwall in England and possibly the west coast
Many of the places near the Breton Rennes are associated with Arthur and the
Grail legends, and many of the Breton kings had Judaic names and some
scholars derive Riothamus' name from... Joseph of Arimathea, the supposed
bearer of the Grail to Glastonbury.
Is this the source of these legends?
The Abbe Boudet speaks on the
Redonnes thus in La Vraie Langue Celtique et le Cromleck de Rennes les
“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
MIDI of Gaul
and had fixed his seat at Narbonne.
The Christian Missionary envoys of the famous one[?]
and holy Bishop came to conquer with the truth the spirits and the hearts of
Gallic of the Narbonnese, understood while penetrating in the cromlech of
Redones, that the respect of which one surrounded these cut stones or
liftings, was a respect that had become idolatry, and they made engraving of
Greek crosses on all the points of this stone circle, with the entry of
Cromleck, Crossés, Roukats, Serbairon, on the peak of Pla de la Coste and of
mow Brugos and in Cugulhou of the setting one.
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
In Brittany you'll find the
Where legends of the Grail and king Arthur abound.
The Golden Tree in the Val du Sans Retour
The Valley of No-Return
The legendary Lady
of the Lake
Cathédrale Saint-Samson de
THE GRAIL CATHEDRAL
After the French Revolution it became known as
The Temple of
Please note that the link is to the French Wikipedia as the English
Wikipedia does not give the correct summary.
The French Wikipedia says:
Temple of Reason, created under the French Revolution in 1793 ,
the temple is a new religion inspired dogmas of Freemasonry
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).
English Wikipedia avoids this statement.
Here below on the side of The Temple of Reason is the sequence of sunlight falling on the Grail Chalice
up to midday (A MIDI)
on the Summer Solstice.
Mont St Michel from Mont Dol
Church with a pentacle on the tower on the road to the summit of Mont
Le Cromlech du Mont-Dol
page 205 of the
Key to the Sacred Pattern by Henry Lincoln it describes the
findings of a mathematician who lives in Brittany called Patricia Hawkshaw