THE ROSE LINE
of the Marquis
Reassemble the scattered stones and, working with square and compass, put
them back in order; find the line of the meridian in going from East to
West, then looking from South to the North and finally in all directions
to find the looked-for solution. Station yourself in front of the fourteen
stones making a cross. The circle is the ring and crown and the crown
forms the diadem of the QUEEN of the Castle.
There is a celestial vision for the one who recalls the four tasks of EM.
SIGNOL around the line of the meridian; the same Choir (heart) of the
sanctuary from which radiates the source of love for one another. I turn
looking at the rose of P then to that of the S. Then from the S to the P
until my mind is dizzy. The spiral in my mind becomes like a monstrous
octopus expelling its ink, the shadows absorb the light. I put my hand to
my mouth, biting my palm, maybe like OLIER in his coffin. Curses, I know
the truth, HE HAS PASSED, in doing GOOD as did HE of the flowery tomb. But
how many have pillaged the HOUSE, leaving only embalmed corpses and a
number of metal things they could not carry? What strange mystery is
concealed in the new Temple of SOLOMON, built by the children of ST.
So has Rennes-le-Chateau got anything to do with the Rose Line?
Well firstly as we can see above the line going through the Church at St
Sulpice is NOT the Paris Meridian. The Paris Meridian was put through the Paris
A French astronomer, Abbé Jean Picard, measured the length of a degree
of longitude and computed from it the size of the Earth, in 1655. In 1666,
Louis XIV of France authorized the building of a Paris observatory to
measure longitude. On Midsummer's Day 1667, members of the Academy of
Sciences traced the future building's outline on a plot outside town near
the Port Royal abbey, with Picard's meridian exactly bisecting the site
north-south. French cartographers would use it as their prime meridian for
more than 200 years.
In the early 1800s, the Paris Meridian was recalculated with greater
precision by the astronomer Francois Arago, whose name now appears on the
plaques or medallions tracing the route of the meridian though Paris.
In 1884, at the International Meridian Conference in Washington DC, the
Greenwich Meridian was adopted as the prime meridian of the world. France
abstained. The French clung to the Paris Meridian as a rival to Greenwich
until 1911 for timekeeping purposes and 1914 for navigation. To this day,
French cartographers continue to indicate the Paris Meridian on some maps.
I would remind people that this time 1655 - 1666
is precisely the time when Nicolas Poussin was at his most creative. Poussin
painted two versions of The Annunciation around this time and dedicated the
second one to the new Pope Alexander VII who at this time put an end to the
View the Poussin page below
Saint Sulpice and the Rose Line
The logo of the Society of Saint Sulpice named after the church the contains the
Rose Line Gnomon.
On the flag stone in front of the Visigoth (or Carolingian) Pillar in Saunière's
garden that supports
'Our Lady of Lourdes'.
This same logo of the M and the A overlaid also appears on the tomb of Jean-Jacques Olier in the Church of St
Sulpice in Paris
Jean Jacques Olier began the
Compagnie du Saint-Sacrement
The Rose Line not only goes through the Les Pontils Tomb
and the Church of St Sulpice but it also goes through the Cathedral at La
Cité de Carcassonne dedicated to St Vincent.
Pentacle in a stained glass window.
Part of the Cathedral dedicated to
St Vincent situated in
La Cité de Carcassonne, which stands on the Rose Line.
Le Serpent Rouge says:
There is a celestial vision for the one who recalls the four tasks of EM. SIGNOL
around the line of the meridian; the same Choir (heart) of the sanctuary from
which radiates the source of love for one another. I turn looking at the rose of
P then to that of the S. Then from the S to the P until my mind is dizzy. The
spiral in my mind becomes like a monstrous octopus expelling its ink, the
shadows absorb the light. I put my hand to my mouth, biting my palm, maybe like
OLIER in his coffin. Curses, I know the truth, HE HAS PASSED, in doing GOOD as
did HE of the flowery tomb. But how many have pillaged the HOUSE, leaving only
embalmed corpses and a number of metal things they could not carry? What strange
mystery is concealed in the new Temple of SOLOMON, built by the
children of ST.VINCENT?
"Vision céleste pour celui qui me souvient des quatres
oeuvres de Em. SIGNOL autour de la ligne du Méridien, au choeur même du
sanctuaire d'où rayonne cette source d'amour des uns pour les autres, je pivote
sur moi-même passant du regard la rose du P à celle de l'S, puis de l'S au P ...
et la spirale dans mon esprit devenant comme un poulpe monstrueux expulsant son
encre, les ténèbres absorbent la lumière, j'ai le vertige et je porte ma main à
ma bouche mordant instinctivement ma paume, peut-être comme OLIER dans son
cerceuil. Malédiction, je comprends la vérité, IL EST PASSE, mais lui aussi en
faisant LE BIEN, ainsi que xxxxxxxx CELUI de la
tombe fleurie . Mais combien ont
saccagé la MAISON, ne laissant que des cadavres embaumés et nombres de métaux
qu'ils n'avaient pu emporter. Quel étrange mystère recèle le nouveau temple de
SALOMON édifié par les enfants de Saint VINCENT."
The four works of Em Signol in the church of St Sulpice.
1. Erected an obelisk of white marble (10.72 metres) which can be seen in the
northern arm of the transept .
2. Traced the meridian (in the North-South direction) with a band of copper
inlaid in the paving of the church and leading up to the obelisk
3. Established in the window of the southern arm of the transept a gnomon
equipped with a lens with an 80 foot focal length
4. Marked on the ground with a copper plaque the spot where the rays of the
sun fall on summer solstice. This plaque was removed several years ago to be
re-engraved. One can see today the marble plaque which was over the copper
P - S window St Sulpice
In the church of St Germain du Pres
S - P
both churches are on the rose line.
La Serpent rouge
"turn around passing the site of the rose of the P to that of the S, then from
the S to the P ... and the spiral in my mind becoming like a
expelling its ink,"
"et la-spirale dans mon esprit devenant comme un
poulpe monstrueux expulsant"
The octopus is the pulpit found in St Sulpice in front of
which each of the Equinoxes appear.
La Poulpe = The Octopus = The Pulpit
The French for Octopus is Poulpe
It should be noted that it is thought that a church is where pilgrimages
are made and this was done on a ship
NAVE is so named so as to resemble a ship.
therefore P and S literally means Port (Portus) and Starboard (Stella
We also have this under the Gnomon pillar
At the top on the right we have the Paschal lamb Aries,
The spring equinox formerly occurred in Aries (See
First Point of Aries) but has moved through
Pisces due to precession.
This plaque was censored during the revolution of 1789 for being a
little too royalist.
Saint Hippolytus (c 170-235CE) is mentioned on the bottom left.
His feast day is August 13th which is the Apodosis (Afterfeast) of the
Feast of the Transfiguration.
Here is the Brass strip in the church of St Sulpice
On a date that was originally January 17th, the sun shines through a
small, clear glass panel to strike this brass strip.
If this Rose Line point is designated to
be the Longitude Zero then Mount
Israel's highest mountain, and
the marker of Israel's border with the
Lebanon is approximately 33º North and 33º East
Mount Hermon - 33.4162° N, 35.8570°
Paris meridian 2.20º E
35.857 - 2.335 = 33.522º
Mount SION in Israel will be 33.4162ºN & 33.522ºE
Prominent mountain (9,230 ft) on the northern border of Israelite
territory. At the southern end of anti-Lebanon is Mount Hermon, its
highest peak. We are told that the Sidonians said to, "this mountain
Sirion; the Amorites call it Shenir." It is also called Sion
to be confused with Mount Zion in Jerusalem]. Baal-Gad, a town under Mount
Hermon has been identified with Caesarea Philippi, which happens to be the
northernmost place that Christ journeyed. Mount Hermon, in the vicinity of
Caesarea Philippi could very possibly be the place of
"The tower of Lebanon" in the Song
of Solomon (looking towards Damascus)
is supposed to be Mount Hermon. Also many rivers receive their flow from
the mountains of Lebanon, some of them include rivers mentioned in the
Bible. See Deut. 3:8-9; Josh. 11:3; 12:1.
Baal-Gad A place in ancient Israel,
was a Canaanite town in the valley of Lebanon at
the foot of Hermon,
near the source of Jordan River (Josh. 13:5; 11:17; 12:7). It was the most
northern point to which Joshua's
conquests extended. It probably derived its name from the worship of Baal.
Its exact location is uncertain, but it is generally considered to be Hasbaya in
Wadi et-Teim or a site nearby.
It should be noted that Baal and the Celtic God Belenus are one and
the same and that Belenus means "The Shining One"
how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!
2 It is like
the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down upon the beard, even
Aaron's beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments;
3 As the dew
of Hermon, and as the dew that descended upon the
of Sion: for there the LORD commanded the blessing, even life for
GRAPES OF THE PROMISED LAND by NICOLAS POUSSIN
The Grape harvest is around the Autumn Equinox
Which occurs when the Sun is in Virgo./
From the Abbey in SION
From one of twelve windows in a Florida synagogue here depicting Virgo
Notice the Rose
The Rose Line is set by the culmination of the star
More about the star SPICA
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