December 4, 2005: The German Pro7 & Perillos
December 6, 2005, the German Pro7, in their Galileo magazine (19h-20h15),
one of Germany’s most popular TV shows, will show twelve minutes from
the Tellus Film DVD “The
Myth of the Holy Grail, The Grail´s Traces in France”, hosted
by André Douzet. The DVD is the work of Stefan Friedrich and Erik
Borner. As with most television productions, they have been helped by many
people, both in Germany and in France.
The excerpt is the first of a two part treatment of the new research that André Douzet has uncovered over the past decade. In June, an entire programme will be dedicated to the work of André Douzet. A slightly modified DVD, containing some new material not seen in the initial DVD release, is being prepared by Tellus Film, to be launched across Germany before Christmas.
November 28, 2005: Discovery tackles Rennes-le-Château
Discovery Channel Europe will air a programme on Rennes-le-Château on December 7, at 22h. The production wil provide an overview of the various theories and ideas about the life and times of the mystery and its protagonists. The Société Perillos was happy to contribute to this material, and at present, it is believed that excerpts from an interview with André Douzet will be shown in the final presentation.
October 31, 2005: In the footsteps of Jean Cocteau
A major coincidence made us land at the tomb of Jean Cocteau in Milly-la-Fôret, according to mythology, one of the “navigators” of the Priory of Sion. First, we were unaware Cocteau was buried there, but after a series of visits in the neighbourhood, we decided to return to Paris via Fontainebleau, making a stop at Milly-la-Fôret, where Cocteau, towards the end of his life, had decorated the chapel of St-Blaise-des-Simples. Once standing in front of murals that are reminiscent of those Cocteau painted in Notre Dame de France in London, we could not fail to notice we were in the presence of the mortal remains of Cocteau, who spent the last years of his life in this town, south of Paris. We can only laugh at how, by a series of coincidences, we ended up here, in the presence of someone who believed that there were no such things as “meaningless coincidences”. The coincidence is even more intriguing as in the last few weeks, another source provided us with details about the life – and specifically death – of this man… By what coincidence did we end up standing on top of the man, when just weeks before, we were confronted with an enigmatic photograph taken after his death?
October 4, 2005: Perillos existed in 988 !
Landgräfe has discovered a document that describes the roads at the
time of the Middle Ages. The document proves that Perillos existed in 988,
under the name of “Prelones”: “et inde descendit per ipso
semitario pervenit qui est in ipsa garriga et descendit per ipsos Prelones
; et inde per ipso terminio de Villanova pervenit usque in flumen de Ted."
The text is available from a website of the University of Perpignan.
Another text, this time from 1149, gives the name as “Perelons”, with other names (Villa nova, the river Tet (Ted)) which seems to prove that the Prelones of 988 is the same as the “Perelons” of 1149: “et descendit per ipsos Perelons, et inde per ipso termino de Villa nova pervenit usque in medium flumen de Ted."
The two fragments do not give any information on the names of the lords of “Prelones” in 988, neither about their family, but the documents at the source of this information will be further explored, in the hope that they will unveil the true origin of the lords of Perillos. So far, the Société Perillos only has the official version of the de Perellos family itself in its possession, which some specialists refer to as “unsubstantiated” as it shows a gap of several centuries around the 1100 AD timeframe.
May 7, 2005: The Priory of Sion documents come to the SP
May 2, the Societe Perillos was visited by J.P. Giudicelli de Cressac and
friends. Becoming members of the SP, they brought with them an entire load
of documents, from the archives of the "mirror SP", the Priory
of Sion. Most of the documents have never been published and some date back
several decades ago. Some cannot be published, as they are part of a legal
debate (which does not involve the SP, but is an internal debate in the
Priory of Sion). Those which can be published, will appear on the pages
and publications of our organisation.
We specify here that the "Priory of Sion" is the organisation of Pierre Plantard and Co., that the documents date from this period, and that it does not imply the "prehistory" the organisation attached to itself.