Alfred Leslie Lilley – Evidence He Was In Paris

Paul Smith

15 August 2017
Put online at: 21:00 PM GMT

There is no evidence that Alfred Lilley had connections with St Sulpice

There is no evidence that Alfred Lilley knew Père Emilé Hoffet (and there is no evidence that Hoffet had any connections with St Sulpice).

These were only the delirious made-up fictions of Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh and Henry Lincoln – the same way that they made-up the imaginary “Occitan poet” Jehan l’Ascuiz (the alleged renowned authority on the poet, “Professor Hugh Payne”, was a play on Hugues de Payen).

In turn related to the imaginary life of Bérenger Saunière and the fake parchments of Philippe de Chérisey that didn’t exist before 1965.

Just because there is evidence that Alfred Leslie Lilley visited Paris it does not automatically follow that the rubbish written about him is factual.

False allegations

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