|THE CHOLET REPORT|
Every one has now heard of the Priory of Sion
But what exactly is SION?
Well firstly the Abbey of Sion is real
The manor was given by Rivers, Earl of Devon, to the abbey of St. Mar, Mountbarrow, in Normandy; passed, at the suppression of alien monasteries, to the abbey of Sion; went, at the final dissolution of monasteries, to Catherine, queen of Henry VIII.......
(extract from Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales (1870-72))
The reason for the change was that his wife and Queen, Matilda, had founded an Abbey at Caen and this institution was given various estates in England to provide income. The manor remained under the control of Caen Abbey until 1338 when it was forfeited to the crown in view of the war with France at that time.
In 1420 the manor was given to the Abbey of Sion in Middlesex
(extract from the History of Felsted village, Essex, England)
Left to right
The symbol for the MARTINIST movement - PRÎEURÉ DE SION (with logo for French word for BEAR inside the Zodiac symbol for VIRGO) - Symbol for SULPICIANS
The following is quoted from
A Hermeticist's Point of View
Prieuré de Sion Grandmaster
was this data that was incorporated into the architecture of sacred
buildings. The aim was to produce the ideal temple of the celestial ladder, linking the constellations following geometric proportions by means of 'the rule, the compass and the square''. This was the marvellous dream that Jacob had on the stone:
|"Here is the house of God, here is the gate of heaven".|
|Everything is not therefore at Gisors. Although this letter is important: it is the way, the column, the ladder, the last nail in order to liberate the Prisoner. "Come on, be brave! Some more jolts and the treasure bought at the price of such tears and blood is yours." The traveller, in visiting the Prisoner's Tower, also finds engraved in the stone a Saint Nicholas and a date (the other side of the cube): 1575. Now Nicholas is in Greek the seeker of the stone; it is he who revives the three children.|
HERE IS THE HOUSE OF GOD AND THE GATE OF HEAVEN
TERRIBILIS EST LOCUS ISTE
Uttered by Jacob
Saunière elected to put this over the door into l'église Marie Madeleine Rennes le Chateau
In the centre is the blazon of his Pope - Pope Leo XIII
Stone similar to Jacob's pillar outside the Marie in Rennes le Chateau.
Between 4000 and 4500 years old.
|The Stone of Scone more commonly known as the Stone of Destiny or the Coronation Stone (also known as Lia Fáil)|
JACOB in the Sumerian form is IA-A-GUB, meaning 'pillar' or more literally, 'standing stone'.
Jacob wrestles with the Archangel Uriel (standing stone behind the Angel)
In the Angel Chapel of St Sulpice painted by Eugene Delacroix.
The angel wounds Jacob in the thigh.
30 And Jacob called the name of the place
I have seen God face to face, and my life is preserved.
"His foundation is in the holy mountains"
"The LORD loveth the gates of Zion more than all the dwellings of Jacob."
Psalm 87:1-2 (KJV)
Zion means fortress in Hebrew. According to
Strong's Exhaustive Concordance #6726 it is pronounced Tsiyown, tsee-yone;
Tsijon (as a permanent capital), a mountain of Jerusalem --- Zion. The word Zion
is found 152 times in the Old Testament.
Sion is Strong's #7865 SIYON, see-ohn; peak; Sion, the summit of Mount Hermon -- Sion. However, Sion (Deuteronomy 4:48 for Mount Hermon) can also be used to define a district in Jerusalem (Psalms 65:1, KJV). Remember, too, that Sion is the Greek spelling for Zion the seven times it is used in the King James Version. All modern translations use Zion instead of Sion. Shenir, Strong's #8149 and Sirion, Strong's #8304 are words closely related to Sion.
"1927 "The face
of the deep, of course, would be toward the Pleiades, which are claimed
to be the habitation of Jehovah." (Creation; 1927; 2,175,000 ed.;
Extracts from Zion's Watchtower
The publication of the Jehovah's Witnesses
Not withstanding the Mazzaroth
The following are the words of Pierre Plantard from 1978
I was unable to keep the promise I had made to Miss Marie Dénarnaud back to see the next year. In 1939 it was war. The events that followed only helped me return to my country and to review the Razes Rennes-Le-Chateau in 1965. The Marquis Philippe de Cherisey with me. He's a friend I know for a long time and is very interested in the history of Rennes. Miss Dénarnaud, having gradually closed out the furniture she owned and sold his domains to Dr. Noel Corbu, had been dead a dozen years. The new owner who had transformed the villa into a hotel Bethania received us very well. He told us the "new history of the treasure of Rennes-Le-Château" in great detail, which left us stunned. From this meeting I keep the memory of the following dialogue:
Cherisey - Have you read the book of Boudet?
Noel Corbu - No, it has just been published ...
Cherisey - He was in 1886, your church is an illustration.
Noel Corbu - You do not believe the treasure of Rennes-Le-Château?
Me - There is no treasure in the territory of Rennes-Le-Château.
Noel Corbu - You disagree with the excavation?
I - I disagree with the treasure hunters who continue to
vandalize property. It is not by making holes in Roc-Negro in Blanchefort, the
Madeleine, the mines of Jais or devil they discover something.
There are only found reference points to geometrize certain places.
My partner left the area a few months later, and Mr. Buthion, very nice man, succeeded him at Rennes-Le-Château
and even before the last BBC Chronicle programme made by Henry Lincoln
Jean Luc Chaumeil has said that Philippe de Chèrisey entrusted him with his confession in a forty four page treatise and asked him to release this after twenty years.
It is therefore lucky that people are still interested enough to care after the phenomenal success of Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code.
Jean Luc can expect better than normal sales as a result. The timing is perfect for him isn't it?
Philippe de Chèrisey's parchment copies held up by Jean Luc Chaumeil.
With the crudely drawn Plantard CONFESSION(?) appended.
The name Philippe de Chérisey added almost as an afterthought so that it is split over two lines halfway through a word.
The word 'photocopie' can clearly be seen at the top.
WHERE IS THE ORIGINAL?
4 Rue de Mexico, Paris
Why is the forger photocopying his own creations?
Could someone explain to Jean Luc Chaumeil that photocopied documents can be easily faked and are therefore not proof of anything.
Can someone please explain to me why a person who one day decides to concoct a phrase that turns out to be nonsense then decides to sit down and write a forty four page treatise describing how he made up the nonsense.
What for? A simple - It's all nonsense - signed XXXXXXX
But we also have this:
"The Abbé Saunière [did] discover parchments in the church Sainte Madeleine of Rennes-le-Chateau, their contents have nothing to do with papers published that and there. It is the same for those which he exhumed thereafter. The screen of the novel of Gerard de Sède is astute. All starts in 1888 with the discovery of mysterious encrypted parchments and it is the decoding whose key is engraved on a tomb which gives access to the treasure. Doesn't that point out anything to you? As for the famous documents published and analyzed by Gerard de Sède (and others...), their appearance falls under the context which I briefly have just exposed. They were not intended for general public, not more than the famous booklets. These papers were used as support with an exchange of messages coded between networks in action, even in competition. They have nothing to do with a treasure of some nature that it is. However elsewhere, the authentic texts in fact are engraved in the stone."
"I spent the last week-end in RLC [Rennes-le-Chateau] where I met Henry Lincoln and Dr Paul Rouelle, and there was much debate over "Pierre et Papiers". [Stone and Paper] Dr Rouelle, who was a close friend of de Chérisey, told me that "Pierre et Papier" is unreliable, inasmuch as Chérisey would never have trusted Chaumeil, whom he disliked, with a confession to be published after his death. Dr Rouelle thinks that "Pierre et Papier" is -once again- a prank played by Chérisey on Chaumeil, who pestered him for an "explanation". Both Lincoln and Rouelle agree that Chérisey manufactured (in French: "confectionné") the parchments but did not in fact invent the deciphering code... I confess being at a complete loss at this point, unless of course Dr Rouelle was unwittingly duped by his own buddy..."
From a statement in a forum on September 2006 by Rennes researcher
PAUL J SAUSSEZ
|Perhaps I should add that Philippe de Cherisey reported that he had documents stolen in a burglary at his premises at 37, Rue Saint Lazare and that these came into the possession of Gérard de Sède. Henry Lincoln hints in The Key to the Sacred Pattern that these may have included de Chérisey's Pierre et Papier, now supposedly held by Jean Luc Chaumeil. Gino Sandri also mentions this in his interview, referring to the 'possessor of the documents' as a singer and part time journalist.|
So what is the truth?
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