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:*:Part 2 The secret of Rennes Chateau:*:



MYSTERY AND LEGEND OF RENNES-LE-CHATEAU. A Catholic priest named Francois Bérenger Saunière, rose to dizzying new heights and the legend of Rennes-le-Château as a place of mystery and hidden treasures. Here you will find the KEY OF THE MYSTERY Part 2:

François Bérenger Saunière, Born on April 11, 1852 in the nearby village of Montazels, in 1879 he received the priestly orders. In 1885 was assigned to the parish of Rennes-le-Château. It was a poor priest, who improved their diet with what they hunted and fished during their long trips into the region. His diaries, which have been preserved to date testify to a standard of living and meager rations of hunger. The parish dedicated to Mary Magdalene and the scene of the alleged wedding Dagobert II with Gizella of Razès, was in an advanced state of ruin by the end of the nineteenth century. The latest restoration dating from the fifteenth century. All that changed when the new priest undertook some small donations through the restoration of the altar. Lifting the altar of the ancient columns that supported appeared several documents saved in tubes of wood, of which there were witnesses, because Saunière had the help of six laborers for the work of restoration, and two of them still lived in 1958 and corroborate the discovery of manuscripts. Since that time, Saunière moved out of luck. The discovery of four ancient documents allegedly launched a chain of events whose impact goes far beyond the mere spiritual well-being of the priest. Since that time expressed an immense wealth, a luxurious train of life, he made frequent trips, restored the church, embarked on new construction and became Rennes-le-Château at a meeting of nobles and prominent visitors. What was the discovery of the priest? What may contain some manuscripts to move in a way a person's life and a place? In fact two hundred years before we can find traces of hidden secrets. Much has been written about the presence of a mysterious tomb stone, amid the vegetation in the vicinity of Rennes-le-Château, has been suggested that this tomb is the same as the famous French painter Nicolas Poussin was in a work of 1647, Les Bergers d'Arcadie II, the most mysterious of all theirs. In it we see a group of shepherds observed by an enigmatic woman and gathered around a tomb, one of whose side shows the legend "Et in Arcadia Ego." The painting is in the Louvre and Saunière order a copy of it. The table, the priest and the scrolls are combined to increase the secret of Rennes-le-Château.La expertise of Saunière, with its unexplained access to a fabulous fortune and their impact on the quiet village life of Rennes-le-Château, came to confirm the old stories about treasures. In fact farmers in the region had a simple explanation on the fortunes of the pastor. No enigma to be decrypted: the new priest would have faced a source of wealth hidden by the ancestors. But the case was that while he lived, Saunière kept silence about the origin of their funds and doggedly refused to reveal the secret. The endless speculation that led to such an attitude was multiplied after the sudden death of the former. How could he carried out the rapid enrichment of Saunière? Where does the money come? What contained the mysterious scrolls?. Did they have anything to do with the mysterious secret of the Cathars, which preferred to be burned, many centuries ago in this same region? ¿Saunière discovered the hidden treasure of the Templars? Never revealed, but left many clues around him. Especially in his church. After the discovery of the scrolls and for several years Saunière was devoted to restoring the church and adding decorations and details, bizarre shapes and sizes bizarre. Any Catholic who enters the site and want to find oneself that the stack of holy water is underpinned by a well-known personage, though certainly the least expect to find in such a place, the devil himself. On the other hand stations in the Via Crucis, very striking and disproportionate size differ from the engravings of the Via Crucis normal. As if this were not enough was placed on the lintel of the gate with the phrase \ "Terribilis est locus ISTE " This place is terrible. Saunière found four or five scrolls in a sealed wooden tubes. Two of them contain the Genealogies related Merovingian dynasty, the other passages speak of evangelicals. One was referred to as Jesus with his disciples on Saturday for a few crops, and cut them some spikes and ate. The other has dinner at Bethany with Lazarus resurrected from the dead, during which Mary Magdalene anointed the feet of Jesus. The official version of the scrolls are exhibited to public view in the museum's walls Saunière at Rennes-le-Château. Since the scrolls were copies of the originals, published stay hidden, has tried to decrypt from varied approaches. The Enigma Sagrado is probably the most read book on the subject and there, and in subsequent studies, emphasizes that the treasure was found inside the Church of Mary Magdalene, was spiritual nature. A secret preserved through millennia, a heresy that threatens the foundations of the Church and all Christians committed to disrupting: The body of Jesus remains buried in a location near Rennes-le-Château. A version that went into exile after surviving the crucifixion, while the other is inclined to have his mummified body was brought by the Templars, and that both had offspring of his union with Mary Magdalene. And that his genealogical line up today. If this were true legends about the Holy Grail acquire new meanings. Much has been written about the mystery of the Cathars and Rennes-le-Château. Today we know that Saunière's fortune came from donations from nobles and secret societies bound to secrecy. A secret that is equally true or false, attracts many visitors seeking to find something that maybe for its simplicity remains hidden to open their eyes but their hearts. True or false, true or false, is part of the story of Rennes-le-Château. Something that very soon we can all see. Do not miss it, we discovered with the mystery hidden in the church of Rennes-le-Châtreau. THE KEYS OF MYSTERY at the entrance of the church, the Rev. Saunière took place the following entries: \ "My house shall be called a house of prayer " and \ "Terribilis est locus ISTE " - This place is terrible-Reference Bible is complete: \ "My house shall be called a house of prayer, but you have become a den of thieves " (Matthew 21.13). This place is terrible, is the house of God and the door of heaven (Genesis, 28.17) The work of reconstructing the entry ended in 1897 and cost the equivalent of 3,500,000 francs today. On the floor of the church is drawing a chessboard of 64 squares oriented towards the four cardinal points. Just at the entrance is a statue of the devil Asmoideo (see stories in The Pensa) holding the stack of holy water on it and there is a sculptural group of four angels where you can read the sentence that Constantine had seen in the sky: \ "With This sign will conquer \ "which of course is under the sign of the cross. But the actual wording of Constantinus was only: \ "With this sign conquer ". This added to the original-it-has fueled many controversies. A significant fact is that all statues in the church look to the ground. On the right side of the altar is the Virgin Mary holding a baby. In the left San Jose is holding another child. The two children on both sides of the altar suggest the idea that Jesus had another brother or that one is actually Jesus and the other his son and that, according to the legend of the Grail, their offspring escaped the slaughter of Montsegur. In the church of Rennes-le-Château some stations of the Via Crucis used items and even scenes that differ from the usual, which is interpreted as a new key to the mystery left by Saunière. Gravestones are very striking, in size disproportionate to the size not too big temple, as some authors have noted, differ from the Via Crucis-usual in such details are impossible to ignore by a priest, indicating a voluntary intention cryptic . Even around the Via Crucis is oriented in the direction contrary to the usual. We highlight some of the stations: Station II. A young woman kneels on a golden helmet and collects a piece of launches. Jesus wearing a red robe. There is a ladder towards the sky. Season XI. Jesus is nailed to the cross. A soldier stripped him of the red tunic. The background is dark, as saying the night. But the gospel obscurity notes that occurred just after the death of Christ. Station VII. A French soldier holds the red robe of Jesus, while before him there was a woman with a veil of a widow and a child wrapped in a tartan of blue. The Freemasons call themselves: \ "the son of the widow ", just as there are in the Franco-Scottish Rite Masonry on the degree and blue. Station XIV. This is not exactly the image of the risen Jesus rising on the tomb. Instead we see a few characters who under cover of night carrying the bleeding body of Jesus. -Note the wound on the left side of the body-image This is usually interpreted as what might happen after a mock funeral: Some people carried the body of Jesus still alive.



MISTERIO Y LEYENDA DE RENNES-LE-CHATEAU. Un sacerdote católico llamado François Bérenger Saunière, elevó a nuevas y vertiginosas alturas la leyenda de Rennes-le-Château como lugar de misterio y de tesoros ocultos. Aqui encontraras las LAS CLAVES DEL MISTERIO 2ª parte:

François Bérenger Saunière, Nacido el 11 de abril de 1852 en la cercana aldea de Montazels, en 1879 recibió las órdenes sacerdotales. En 1885 fue destinado a la parroquia de Rennes-le-Château. Era un cura pobre, que mejoraba su alimentación con lo que pescaba y cazaba durante sus largas excursiones por la comarca. Sus dietarios, que se han conservado hasta la fecha, atestiguan un nivel de vida exiguo y raciones de hambre. La parroquia consagrada a María Magdalena y escenario de las supuestas bodas de Dagoberto II con Gizelle de Razès, se hallaba en avanzado estado de ruina hacia finales del XIX. La última restauración databa del siglo XV. Todo eso cambió cuando el nuevo presbítero emprendió gracias a algunas pequeñas donaciones la restauración del altar. Al levantar el ara de las antiguas columnas que la sustentaban aparecieron varios documentos guardados en tubos de madera, de lo cual hubo testigos, porque Saunière contaba con la ayuda de seis obreros para los trabajos de la restauración, y dos de ellos aún vivían en 1958 y corroboran ...

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