|Inroads into a mystery|
The murder of abbé Gélis
The murder of abbé Gélis is for many one of the key indications that there is more to the mystery of Rennes-le-Château than the mere trafficking of masses. But if this is the case, then to what exactly does it indicate?
From Saint Angelina to a lost knowledge
After having acquainted ourselves with the basic facts of this crime, we take up the police file, and try to follow unexplored inroads, which lead us to an intriguing discovery. In the second part, we explore the magical place of Notre Dame du Coral. In the third part, we explore references to Perillos and La Sanch. In the fourth parth, we go to Serbia, to meet the mortal remains of our saint.
From Maurice Leblanc to Rennes-le-Château and Perillos?
The French writer Maurice Leblanc has often been seen as a man who might have known about the mystery. In one of his first adventure stories, there are clear indications that he indeed knew more than what coincidence might be able to offer.
Cayron: the fourth priest of a famous trio?
Cayron is often seen as a priest who was instrumental of "the secret" from Bigou to Saunière. But who was he?
Rescanières: another unsolved death?
Rescanières was Boudet's successor as priest of Rennes-les-Bains. But he died - young and unexpectedly - after serving the community for only one year. Some have wondered whether he was assassinated.
Death in Collioure
The discovery of Bigou's death certificate has brought upon new controversy, but is likely to be of less importance than some claim.
A strange Carthusian prior: Polycarpe de la Rivière
Polycarpe de la Rivière was a 16th century Carthusian monks whose books got him into serious problems with the religious authorities. Apperently using a treasure of ancient, unknown documents, Polycarpe caused controversy before he apparently decided to continue his research in secret, in the area and in a style that seems to mimick the strange life and mystery of Bérenger Saunière.
The Pumaz Report
For decades, a mysterious manuscript, The Pumaz Report, has been spoken about, but few have ever known the details, let alone seen, let alone studied it. This article provides the first glimpse behind an almost mythical document.
LUPE: The strange history of the castle of the Wolves
The castle of Lupé belonged to one of the oldest noble families of France. But its mystery made it a site where popes and cardinals congregated in secrecy, where Nostradamus lived, and where the SS during the Second World War created an enigmatic division.
Nostradamus, a “visionary” who was an initiate?
Was Nostradamus a fraud, a visionary... or perhaps an initiate? Though his Centuries are not "straight-talk", there are intriguing references to tombs... and even itineraries that would take the traveller past Perillos.
The man of mystery
André Malraux, author and French Minister of Cultural Affairs, had a particular interest in the history of Rouen, Gisors and Salses... but the evidence suggests that all these enigmas were linked with the mystery of Perillos...
Otto Rahn: To Rennes or not to Rennes?
What is the role of Otto Rahn in the mystery? And did he come to Rennes-le-Château, to meet with Marie Denarnaud?
The Comte de Gabalis
In 1670, the book Comte de Gabalis was published. Is its contents, or even the fate of its author, relevant to the mystery of Perillos and Rennes-le-Château?
An Angelic Line in Rome
St Sulpice is not the only church that has a meridian line inside. There are more examples in Italy, including Rome, where the line is positioned in a church dedicated to...angels!
ET IN ROMA EGO (SUM)
Though often considered to be part of the "French" mystery, Poussin spent most of his career in Rome, where he was buried and a memorial depicts his enigmatic painting.
Henri Boudet is by some placed on par, mystery-wise, as Saunière. The "True Celtic Language" has been a hot topic of debate, and for some a key element in understanding the mystery of Rennes-le-Château. But one book, said to be written by Boudet, is an intriguingly fabricated document.
A new interpretation of "the True Celtic Language and the Cromleck of Rennes-les-Bains"
Alain Pito begins his decades long analysis of the "True Celtic Language" with an overview and the provision of the "key" that allows us to "see" what Boudet was hinting at. After an analysis of the general framework, certain key messages are revealed.
« Du nom de Narbonne et exemples d’interprétation de mots gaulois par les racines saxonnes de l’anglais »
In this never published document by the hand of Henri Boudet, we give the readers the possibility to see more of the same "trend" that Boudet developed in The True Celtic Language.