Rennes-le-Château, capitale secrète de l'histoire de France

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Rennes-le-Château, capitale secrète de l'histoire de France

Postby Eric_Tull » Wed May 15, 2013 8:39 am


Rennes-le-Château, capital secret in the history of France (Jean-Pierre Deloux and Jacques Brétigny)

Bérenger Saunière, parish priest of a small village in the Languedoc, discovered a fabulous treasure at the end of the last century? For twenty years, the treasure of Rennes-le-Château pays the Chronicle and raises the wildest assumptions. But, once more, the reality exceeds fiction? Jean-Pierre Deloux and Jacques Brétigny wanted to make the point about this extraordinary story. Featuring unreleased documents and contacts with intact the strongest of the occult, they undertook to conduct their own investigation into the gold of Razès. Thus they reveal the true role of the Abbé Henri Boudet, who held the key for accessing the twelve treasures of reins-le-Château. At the end of this lengthy investigation or intersect the Celts, the Romans, the Visigoths, the Franks, or appear and disappear the dynasties which r' teaching on our country, or parade characters as various as Dagobert II, the Knights Templar, Blanche of Castile, the Cathars, Joan of Arc, Nicolas Poussin, Fouuquet, Colbert, Delacroix, Victor Hugo, Debussy, Jean Cocteau, the authors establish definitively the major role that played and continues to play, in the history of France, a secret society the Priory of Sion-which both keeps the secret of twelve treasures of Rennes le Chateau and watches over the sustainability of the Merovingian line. Indeed, the secret of l'Or de Rennes le Château is also the dynasty first reigned over our country.In this, the twelve treasures are indeed the legacy of the great monarch announced by nostradamus. The mysteries of Rennes le Chateau, capital secret of the France, so merge with the occult history of our country and allow to understand the true esoteric dimension. Very good condition.
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