© Friday April 27th 2001
THE SECRET OF THE DOUBLE TOMB
Paul URBAIN de FLEURY had the strange particularity of having two tombs in
the Rennes-les-Bains cemetery*.
first of his tombs bore the following inscriptions:
CI GIT PA CI GIT PA
UL URBAIN UL URBAIN
DE FLEURY DE FLEURY
NE LE 3 MAI DECEDE LE
1776 7 AOUT
(born 3 May 1776)
(died 7 August 1836)
second tomb bore the following inscriptions:
EST PASSE EN FAISANT LE BIEN
is obvious there is a mistake, concerning either the age of the deceased
or the date of death.
this day, these anomalies have never received a satisfactory explanation,
and it has been assumed that the epitaph is linked to possible membership
in the ROSICRUCIANS or the FREEMASONS.
According to Marc RAMBIEL, "CAHIERS DE RENNES-LE-CHÂTEAU" n° 9, p. 39:
“Jesus of Nazareth, who went from place to place doing good..."
puzzle must read phonetically:
process used by the Marquis de Blanchefort is not new, and is hidden
in the landscape...
we link the two menhirs of Peyrolles and Aleth by a straight line, we see
that it passes through the church of Saint Salvayre; the three aligned
points express the following message:
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