Rennes-le-Château and Centenary of Saunière’s death

Paul Smith

31 December 2016

Plans are underway to commemorate the centenary of Bérenger Saunière’s death on 21 January 2017 in Rennes-le-Château, as outlined in the flyer below.

Except that there will be one notable absence from this commemoration – DRAC, the official archaeological body of France considers the subject matter to be bogus, on equal par as Atlantis, The Bermuda Triangle and Face on Mars

Everybody wants to excavate a fantasy treasure – but nobody wants to excavate Saunière’s notebooks that demonstrate his wealth originated from trafficking in masses.

A new generation of “French researchers” are peddling the subject matter without realising it is all steeped in lies, fakes and forgeries, as was noted in French newspapers during the 1960s at the time when Gérard de Sède’s book was published, that was responsible for popularising the myth permanently rejected by mainstream French archaeology.

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