Tuesday July 3rd
THE ARQUES CAVERN CONTAINS
THE TREASURES OF THREE KINGS
JESUS, SOLOMON, AND ALARIC I
These colossal treasures are sacred and are
intended for the future Great Monarch, whose Mission will be to establish
God's Kingdom on Earth...
The "Parable of the plucked
corn on the Sabbath", and which is cited in
a parchment, constitutes one of the most important messages delivered
Jean-Pierre Monteils writes (p.134):
"This parable enlightens man on
correct conduct when faced with the ritual and material obligations of the
churches, and teaches him that there
exist cases of superior interest where the rule can be broken..."
And concludes with great
"If we apply this parable to
the treasure, does it not mean that it is
question of a deposit of a holy nature, which the law forbids
touching, but that a superior interest (in a very precise case)
authorises infringing the
restriction and using, certainly within a very particular framework, the
1° - THE
TREASURE OF JESUS
Jesus Christ Bar-Aba, hidden king
of the Jews, and leader of the Nazoreen movement,
imposed a tax in his country, occupied by the Romans (see
“FIRST REVELATION”,p.74).So as to not slow down marching, he created
precious deposits near the "levying" stations, until the revolt
of 66. The copper scroll of Qmran, found with the manuscripts in the Dead
Sea in 1952, restored by the EDF, and returned to Jordan by France in
1997, identified a treasure hidden in
the year 68 in 64 inventoried hiding places. This
fabulous treasure (26 tonnes of gold, 65 tonnes of silver, and cult
objets), whose origin is unexplained by the historians, was recovered by
the partisans of Jesus, after the destruction
of Jerusalem in 70 and the crushing of
the Zealot movement.
This holy treasure was brought to Septimania and hidden in the Razès
beside the tomb of Jesus.
2° - THE TREASURE OF SOLOMON
King Solomon, son of David, was
designated by the Lord to build in
Jerusalem the first Temple, which bore his name. This
Temple, destroyed in -587 during the capture of Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezzar,
was rebuilt on the return from exile in Babylon, which lasted
50 years ("DANIEL").
The second Temple, restored by Herod the Great
(died -4), was burned and destroyed
during the capture and destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans
on the orders of Titus in 70.
The treasures brought away as trophies to Rome made no mention of the Ark
of the Covenant, but of the Menorah
(chandelier with 7 branches) and of the Table of the bread of oblation,
represented on the Arch of Triumph of Titus, which can still be seen in
Rome (see Photo).
These treasures, preserved in the Capitoline Temple of Jupiter, then in
the palace of the Caesars, were pillaged by
Alaric I in 410, during the capture of Rome by the Visigoths.
3° - THE TREASURE OF ALARIC
The treasure of the Visigoths,
established in SEPTIMANIA after the sacking of Rome in 410, contained two
parts: the "royal" treasure made up of the receipts freely
available to the King, and the so-called "ancient" (or national)
treasure which was untouchable, consisting of war booty and holy objets.
Beyond the treasures from the sacking of Rome, the ancient treasure was
rich from the pillaging of Greece, devastated by the Visigoths in 395,
with the exception of Athens.
In 507, the Franks of CLOVIS attacked the VISIGOTH kingdom, took TOULOUSE,
and unsuccessfully held CARCASSONNE in siege.
According to the historian PROCOPE in "DE BELLO GOTHICO":
"The Franks attacked
CARCASSONNE, where they had heard say that the treasure of the Visigoths,
from the pillage of Rome, was hidden."
The Visigoth king ALARIC II was
killed at the battle of VOUILLE (site unknown).
In any event, the Franks found nothing; THEODORIC, king of the GOTHS of
Italy, put the "royal" treasure in a safe hiding place in
RAVENNA, then gave it to AMALRIC, son of ALARIC II, once the danger was
PART OF THE VISIGOTH TREASURE WAS FOUND AND
IS ATTESTED TO BY HISTORY.
- In 711, when the Arabs captured
TOLEDO, the Spanish capital of what remained of the Visigoth kingdom, they
got their hands on the MISSORIUM, which was part of the
"ancient" treasure, as reported in an inventory found in
- At the end of the nineteenth century, in GUARRAZAR, nine kings' crowns
in solid gold, decorated with sapphires, were discovered in a field.
France preserved them in the museum of CLUNY until 1943, at which time it
returned them to Spain.
No has since heard about the remaining treasure, and if it had been
discovered, there is no doubt that the holy cult objets would not have
been melted down.
The legend, geography and logic all
indicate that the rest of the treasure has every chance of being hidden in
the RAZES, near RHEDAE, which was the impregnable citadel of the
In reality, CLOVIS knew EXACTLY where to look, which explains why the
combats around Rhedae were bitter.
TWO "NEWS STORIES"
ATTEST THAT THE TEMPLARS, THEN THEIR SUCCESSORS,
HAD THE TREASURE
THE STORY OF THE GERMAN SMELTERS
In 1156, the Templars installed
on the plateau of Lauzet, between Blanchefort
and Rennes-le-Château, a colony of German workers, forbidden
to have the slightest contact with the local population.
It was explained that they were exploiting the former gold mine of
Blanchefort, but - oddly - they weren't miners but smelters...
This could lead one to guess that they weren't digging, but were transforming
an immense treasure into gold bars; what could be easier than to
hide it in a gallery, at the bottom of a mine!
THE STORY OF THE COUNTERFEITERS OF
In 1307, the Templars of France
were all arrested the same day (13 October). On 2 May 1312, the Order of
the Temple was dissolved by a Bull of Pope CLEMENT V.
In 1340, a search by the agents of King CHARLES V at the château of BEZU
caught red-handed, in the process of
counterfeiting, the Seigneur Guilhen CATHALA, his wife, and two stooges.
An agent of the King was killed and the others put to flight; given the
gravity of the affair, the soldiers had to intervene and arrest the guilty
During this era, counterfeiting could mean making coins that did not
contain the required weight in gold, a question of theft; but it could
also mean making correct coins without authorisation, which was forbidden.
So where did the gold come from?
The affair was not followed up, and the "criminals" were
pardoned, because the Seigneur de
CATHALA was both the son-in-law of the Seigneur de RENNES, and
the nephew of Pope BENOIT XII, whose real name was Jacques FOURNIER, a
former Cistercian at the monastery of BOULBONNE...