The following framed passage was attributed to someone called Henri Lobineau.
|One day the descendants of Benjamin left their country,
some remained, two thousand years later Goddfrey[sic] VI became King of
Jerusalem and founded THE ORDER OF SION. From this wonderful story which
adorns history, in the same way that the architecture of a temple whose
pinnacle is lost in the immensity of space and time, of which POUSSIN
wished to declare the mystery in his two pictures, the 'Shepherds of
Arcadia', there is without doubt the secret of the treasure before which
the descendants, countryfolk and shepherds, of the proud Sicambrian Franks
reflect on 'et in Arcadia ego', the
Midas. Before 1200BC, an important event is the arrival of the Hebrews in
the Promised Land and their tardy installation in Canaan. In the Bible,
Deuteronomy 33; it is said of BENJAMIN: This is the beloved one of the
Eternal, he shall dwell in security by him, the Eternal shall shelter him
always, and reside between his shoulders [pictogram] It is moreover stated
in Joshua 18 that the lot given as inheritance to the sons of BENJAMIN
included among the fourteen towns and their villages: JEBUSI these days
Jerusalem with it's three points of a triangle GOLGOTHA, SION and BETHANY
[pictogram] And finally it is written in Judges 20 and 21: 'Not one of us
shall give his daughter as wife to a Benjamite - O Eternal, God of Israel,
why has this occurred in Israel for one tribe to be missing today in
Israel' From the great enigma of Arcadia VERGIL who was in the secret of
the Gods, lifted the veil in the Pastorals X -46/50 'You far from your
homeland (let me not believe such). Without me, you gaze upon the snow
clad Alps and the frosty Rhine. May you not be injured by frostbite! May
the soles of your delicate feet not be cut by sharp ice!'
DOORS or the seal of Destiny, here are the secrets of the parchments of
the Reverend Sauniere, priest of Rennes-le-Chateau, and which before him
the great initiate POUSSIN knew when he realised his work to the order of
the POPE, the inscription on the tomb is the same.
Henri Lobineau is most definately a made up name. According to a man called Lionel Burrus who writing in a journal called Semaine Catholique Genevoise (there appears to be no publication of that name) Henri Lobineau is in fact a man called Leo R Schidlof, who had recently died in Vienna on the 17th October 1966 nineteen days before its appearance in the Bibliothèque Nationale (a pattern is emerging here).
Burrus, who claimed to be representing an organisation called the Swiss Christian Youth, was apparently defending this recently deceased man from an attack apparently made in a Roman Catholic bulletin. The motive for this attack was, according to Burrus, is the Vatican's loathing for the Merovingians' descendents. Burrus says they accused Schidlof of being pro-Soviet and a 'notorious Freemason'. Schidlof was in fact an authority on miniatures.
It is clear that someone is trying to push a concept into the public domain.