The small parchment
The hidden code, found by reading the raised letters translates as:
A DAGOBERT II ROI ET A SION EST CE TRESOR ET IL EST LA MORT
The Parchment itself.
Here is a copy of the parchment as it appeared in Gerard de Sède's
'Le Tresor Maudit.'
Here is the appended version shown by Jean Luc Chaumeil
with the over-exaggerated "confession" in red.
The parchment has meaning no matter from where or when it came.
The first obvious thing about it is the layout.
Triangle with the same angles as the white triangle here
A sketch by Leonardo Da Vinci currently in the personal collection of Queen Elizabeth II
Clearly the odd layout is deliberate and therefore important.
How the circles shown below are achieved can be seen in several videos made by Henry Lincoln
This one found here explains it clearly
If we include the highlighted lines
We note the word SPICA in the centre of the irregular pentacle
This reminds one of a similar layout found around the Rennes le Chateau mystery
The Gerard de Sède version of the Dalle de Coume Sourde
front and rear.
The original was supposedly found by Engineer Ernest Cros in 1928 and according to Gerard de Sède it was engraved by Paul Vincent Fleury.
A reminder again that this is the Gerard de Sède drawing not the Ernest Cros original
IN MEDIO LINEA UBI M SECAT LINEA PARVA
In [the] Middle [the] M line cuts [the] smaller line.
S.A.E and S.I.S
MCCXCII = 1792
The year of the First French Republic
Started on September 21st
This was declared New Years Day
|The new calendar was created by a commission under the direction of the politician Charles-Gilbert Romme seconded by Claude Joseph Ferry and Charles-François Dupuis. They associated with their work the chemist Louis-Bernard Guyton de Morveau, the mathematician and astronomer Joseph-Louis Lagrange, the astronomer Joseph Jérôme Lefrançois de Lalande, the mathematician Gaspard Monge, the astronomer and naval geographer Alexandre Guy Pingré, and the poet, actor and playwright Fabre d'Églantine, who invented the names of the months, with the help of André Thouin, gardener at the Jardin des Plantes of the Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle in Paris. As the rapporteur of the commission, Charles-Gilbert Romme presented the new calendar to the Jacobin-controlled National Convention on 23 September 1793, which adopted it on 24 October 1793 and also extended it proleptically to its epoch of 22 September 1792. It is because of his position as rapporteur of the commission that the creation of the republican calendar is attributed to Romme|
21st September is the Celtic festival of Mabon
Technically the Autumn equinox.
It should be noted that the Sun's disc takes three days to cross the equator
The stone was allegedly found here
Coume Sourde Farm in La Valdieu
The passage refers to the Gospel of Luke Chapter 6:1-4
King James Version (KJV)
6 And it came to pass on the second sabbath after the first, that he went through the corn fields; and his disciples plucked the ears of corn, and did eat, rubbing them in their hands.
2 And certain of the Pharisees said unto them, Why do ye that which is not lawful to do on the sabbath days?
3 And Jesus answering them said, Have ye not read so much as this, what David did, when himself was an hungred, and they which were with him;
4 How he went into the house of God, and did take and eat the shewbread, and gave also to them that were with him; which it is not lawful to eat but for the priests alone?
The passage in Luke chapter 6 verses 1 to 4 refers to Jesus and the disciples walking in the Corn field
second Sabbath after the First
i.e. the Autumn (Fall) equinox
21st September 1792
Virgo is known in Hebrew as Beth Lehem - House of Bread.
Spica is a sheaf of Wheat
It should be noted the the previous chapter (Luke chapter 5) refers to the Lake of Gennesaret
AD GENESARET is encoded into the text of the Shepherdess parchment using the extraneous letters.
Factum est autem in sabbato secundo primo cum transiret per sata vellebant discipuli ejus spicas et manducabant confricantes manibus Quidam autem pharisaeorum dicebant illis quid facitis quod non licet in sabbatis Et respondens jesus ad eos dixit nec hoc legistis quod fecit David cum esurisset ipse et cum qui illo erant Quomodo intravit in domum dei et panes propositionis sumpsit et manducavit et dedit his qui cum ipso erant quos non licet manducare nisi tantum sacerdotibus.
Et factum est eum in sabbato secundo primo abire per secetes discipuli autem illiris coeperunt vellere spicas et fricantes manibus manducabant quidam autem de farisaeis dicebant et ecce quia faciunt discipuli tui sabbatis quod non licet resopondens autem inss etxit ad eos numquam hoc lecistis quod fecit David cum quando esurut ipse et qui cum eo erat intro ibit in domum dei et panes propositionis redis manducavit et dedit et qui bles cum erant uxuo quibus non licebat manducare si non solis sacerdotibus.
Not forgetting Saunière
who wrote in his diary on 21st September 1891
Sept 21. lettre de Granes. découverte d'un tombeau, le soir pluie.
Letter from Granes, discovery of a tomb, the evening rain.
For the argument against this parchment being fake then read here