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Key to the Sacred Pattern: The Untold Story of Rennes-Le-Chateau by Henry Lincoln
according to Dan: "Even though this book is split into two sections, there are really three distinct parts. In the first Henry Lincoln gives a "light" account of his adventures with Rennes-la-Chateau. For those who've read The Holy Blood & the Holy Grail it is fun to hear of his first trip to Rennes, or his first meetingwith Plantard. The second part is a recounting of the "purely objective" parts of the mystery. It's all pentagons, but not as obsessive as THE TOMB OF GOD. The third part is admitedly speculative. If you've read the "Affirmations" section of The Dilbert Future, it's like that. Saying that there is not satisfactory proof for the thesis, but that it is worth investigating, he describes the layout of Bornholm island, Brittany, and Norway. There are some weird coincidences, like the persistance of the name "Rennes" (or something similar) in all these locations, but nothing is proven. The last ten pages, which are part of the third section, argues that the English system is ancient and based on the distance between the poles. It's weird, possible, and not proven. If you've just heard about Rennes-la-Chateau this is not the book for you. If you've already read much of it, and want some less heavy information about it, The Key to the Sacred Patternis the book for you."

The Tomb of God by Richard/Schellenberg Andrews
Reviewer Robert writes "This book has a great deal for the Thinking Man and Woman: Buried Treasure maps disguised as Old Master Paintings and Ancient Parchment Texts. Shadowy figures with roots in ancient history -- The Priory of Sion, The Rosicrucians, The Gnostics, The Cathars, The Freemasons, The Knights Templar, The Celestines, The Merovingians, The Visigoths, The Romans, The Earliest Christian-Jews -- all with profound secrets to hide. All with religious and political axes to grind. A theory of the burial of the remains of Jesus Christ! and the relocation of his bloodline through Mary Magdalene in the Languedoc region of Southern France. A poor village priest suddenly made wealthy by his discoveries: perhaps with hush-money, and perhaps by blackmailing the Church. The Languedoc where Pontius Pilate and the descendants of Herod the King were exiled in dishonor: the region that has harbored heretics ever since the adoption of Christianity by the Roman Empire. What else from the tunnels under Jerusalem's Temple of Solomon is buried there in France at the rediscovered "Site" on the Rose Line -- a line of longitude passing right through Paris. Is the tomb of Jesus on a mountainside near the notorious Visigoth mountain village of Rennes-le-Chateau? All this in the Tomb of God and more. This is one of the few books I've read for the second time -- right after the first. For those who are geometry buffs, the authors explain in detail how they analysed paintings and texts for hidden map geometry -- "The Geometry" -- known for centuries only to the cognoscenti, supposedly those descended from refugees from the Holy Land who migrated to S. France after Jesus was crucified. However, the geometric arguments are quite involved and best skimmed over for the first reading, until the reader gets a handle on the enormous scope of the secrets revealed in this book. I have spent many pleasant hours studying the geometric arguments which lead to the stunning revelation of an enormous Star of David laid out on the map of the countryside of S. France -- all defined by the building of ancient churches, chateaus, and stone crossses -- all in conformance with "The Geometry" which is contained in its ealiest manifestation in a "map within a map" -- that of the Jerusalem of the Knights Templar in the 1300's. At the center of it all? After three years' research the authors are convinced that they have located the buried remains of Jesus, and they call for the immediate excavation of "The Site" -- a colossal undertaking of mining engineering that will require the sanction of the government of France among others. Now that there is no fear of being tortured and burned at the stake by an Inquisition, all this is coming out -- beginning quiety in the 1890's and culminating recently in a miniseries on BBC and a number of books of which this is arguably the best. The authors propound a religious approach to Christianity in conflict with the received wisdom preached for centuries by both Catholics and Protestants. The authors make a plausible claim to have found Le Sang Reale -- The San Graal -- The Holy Grail of song and story. I'll be studying and referring to this work for the foreseeable future. Highly recommended to the intellectually inclined."

Secrets of Rennes Le Chateau by Lionel Fanthorpe

The Holy Place: Discovering the Eighth Wonder of the Ancient World by Henry Lincoln

GENISIS: The First Book of Revelations by David Wood

Holy Blood, Holy Grail by Michael Baigent

The Holy Grail Revealed: The Real Secret of Rennes-Le-Chateau by P.A. Fanthorpe

Rennes-le-Château : et l'énigme de l'or maudit by Jean Markale

Sauniere's Model and the Secret of Rennes-le-Chateau by A. Douzet

Rex Deus: the True Mystery of Rennes Le Chateau and the Dynasty of Jesus: the True Mystery of by Tim Wallace-Murphy

The Holy Grail Revealed by Borgo Pr

The Treasure Maps of Rennes-Le-Chateau by Stanley James

Geneset - Target Earth by Ian W. Campbell

Still Spins the Spider of Rennes-le-Chateau? by Bill Kersey

Rennes-le-Château : le dossier, les impostures les phantasmes, les hypothèses by Gérard de Sède


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