The Bridges/Jadczyk Correspondence Part 4

From:                    Laura Knight-Jadczyk
To:                        Vincent & Darlene
Subject:                Berry, Grail, Chalice etc…
Send reply to:        lark2@ozline.net
Date sent:             Thu, 13 May 1999 09:48:00 -0400

Hi,
I keep coming across this place called “Berry” in your web page book, and every
time I do it “bugs” me.  Here is the reason.  Maybe you can make something out
of it because I can’t!

07-12-97
Q: What was the Eleusinian mystery?  Is this what we are supposed
to be
tracking back to?  I mean, this is sort of where I have ended
up?
A: One leg of the table.
Q: Okay, what is this P-S related to that appears on the stone
slab
from the Rennes le Chateau churchyard?  Everybody is talking
about
the “Priory of Sion.”  But, what does this P-S mean? Is that it?
A: Look into ancient tongues…
Q: Ancient tongues?  Get me a little closer to it!
A: Swords, daggers pierce…
Q: Is this P-S something about “Percy?”  Swords, daggers,
pierce…
Damascus?  Damascus steel?
A: Search for learning.
Q: Okay.  Now, I have got this “Et in Arcadia ego” rearranged
to
“Tiena arca Ida geo.”  Am I onto something here, or am I
nowhere near
it?
A: Close.
Q: And we have the Rho-Chi for Rosy Cross, and we have the Ida,
which
is Tejeda on Tenerife, and we have the REDDIS, which I am
interpreting as Rhedae, or Rhea, which is another name for
Ceres or
Demeter, and REGIS as Dionysus, one being the earth and the
other
being the spirit, and the CELLIS being the feminine principle,
and
the Arcis being the masculin principle… and then we have this
Prae-cum which is above the spider image.  Why is the arrow
pointing
from the P-S down to the spider?  What is the spider?
A: You know of the spider!
Q: Well, yes, but I know what I know, but I don’t know if I am
getting anywhere!
A: You will when you connect “the dots.”
Q: Connect the dots… My God!  Swords, daggers…. I GET IT!
A: It is the “destiny!”
Q: Yeah!  I just got the image of the “Piercing of the spider,”
rather like pinning it to a piece of paper as a specimen where
it can
no longer spin its web and entrap!!!
Q: Okay, here is Ark’s first question: if the general view of
the
situation that I wrote you, “bird’s view” is correct?
A: Why not?  The thought would not be so “nagging” if were not
so!
Q: Or, perhaps, I am missing some important point(s), and if so
what
is(are) this point(s)?
A: When one is on a quest for true learning and higher
knowledge,
there are no “missing points,” only those not yet discovered!
Q: How “long” will they still be able to use the Cassiopaean
transmitter, should we start to take some steps thinking
of the future when the transmission point will have to be moved?
Or, perhaps, this is not something we have to worry about
in advance?  I would like to know…. I do not like to be taken
by
surprise….
A: No need to worry!
Q: Is there anything that you can say to help him with his
worries?
He is probably gonna worry anyway…
A: “If one has the will of a Lion, one does not have the fate
of a
mouse!”
Q: Very cute!  I liked that one!  But, now, you took the wind
out of
my sails with the answer about the destiny.  But, in my
perception of
this arrangement on this stone, is it that the two sides need
to be
united, is that correct? Or is the Arrow from the P-S pointing
at the
spider a divider of two opposing groups?
A: Open for your discovery!
Q: Oh, you guys are BAD to me tonight!
A: No, we be berry berry goood to Lawra!

This type of “punning” is so typical of the C’s…
And here is another:

12-12-98

Q: Well, while we are on the subject of spelling, you DO use unusual spelling
from time to time, though normally you are very good spellers.  What rules
direct your spelling since it is not always according to modern usage?
A:  No rules, just clues, as allways.
Q:  Does this refer also to the way you spell ‘germain’?  When you say ‘it is
not germain,’ you spell it differently from the way someone would spell it if
just saying that something is not relevant.
A:  Tis French, as in clue to be.
Q:  Now, in reference to your question to me: ‘where is Arcadia,’ that I need
to look at this some more, I was reading in Gregory of Tours’ History of the
Franks, and he was recounting that the Franks who colonized along the Rhine in
the area about which we are seeking clues, came from an area called Pannonia.
I looked up Pannonia.  It is  in Eastern Austria and crosses the border into
Hungary.  In Pannonia there are vineyards.   It is a very famous grape growing
and wine making area.  A statement from the 4th century says: ‘Pannonia is a
land rich in all resources and fruits, beasts and commerce.’  Pannonia is also
the location of an interesting lake.   The lake is called Neusiedl, or  ‘New
Town.’  This is the only ‘steppe lake’ in all of Europe.  It is only six feet
deep at it’s deepest point and is a giant, shallow sweet body of water
surrounded on the Eastern bank by marshlands, numerous salty ponds and pools.
Apparently, this place produces a very fine environment for grapes and wine, in
particular a type of wine called ‘Eiswein.’  This Eiswein is called ‘The
treasure of liquid gold.’ It says here: ‘the production of Eiswein remains the
winemakers ultimate challenge.’  Only a small amount of this wine is produced.
Etomologically speaking, Pannonia is probably named after the God ‘Pan,’ and
that derived from Sylvanus, the ‘Shepherd God.’  So, all in one spot, we have
shepherds, a wine called liquid gold, a lake called Neusiedl, and an ‘Arcadian
environment.’  Can you tell me if there is any particular significance to my
discovery of the terms relating to this area from whence came the Franks to the
Rhineland?  Is this, in fact, Arcadia?
A: Arcadia is a crossroads for the one Essene, the Aryan one of Trent.
Q: Can you clarify that for me?
A: We can, but shall not.
Q: Is the fact that we have had some eggnog this evening going to be
detrimental?
A: No.
Q: Can you comment on Pannonia in general?  Is it in any way significant?  This
lake Neusiedl?
A: Eiswein: Eisenstadt.
Q: Any further comment?
A: No.
Q: Now, I was preparing these genealogies to print for Christmas and, while
waiting for them to print, I wondered who would be last if one started at the
present and worked backward… not specifically in terms of time, but in terms
of generations.  I wondered WHO the tree would end with.  Well, it ended with
the Frankish King Clovis.  So, I wondered about your use of the term
‘cloverdale,’ and how it might relate to Clovis.  Is it a deliberate or
accidental connection?
A: Your quest is your own.  We do not “steer.”  We supply the mortar, you are
the Masoness.
Q:  Well, I don’t know how to take that!  I mean, the Masons could be the most
evil organization in existence!  BRH thinks so.
A: Such judgements miss the point, if there are keys stored within the
envelope.

01-02-99

Q:   Well, let me get to some of these other questions.  Previously you said
that  the central thing about the Nordic Covenant was that there were
bloodlines that extend off the planet. From what I understand, all humans on
the planet have bloodlines that extend off the planet. In what sense did you
mean this about the Nordic Covenant; that the bloodlines extend off the planet?
A:  Not all so recent, not all so “pure.”
Q:   In the sense of recent, how recent do you mean?
A:  Speculate, using your transcripts.
Q:   I am reading some books about the various members of these families that
were involved in all these strange things back in the 12th century.  What I
would like to know is, were all of these people as licentious and corrupt as
these books make them out to be?
A:  No.
Q:  Well, the awful stuff that gets written about incest, sexual abuse of young
girls, and all kinds of really dreadful behavior among these people.  Henry II
was actually at war against his own sons and kept his wife in prison for
years… it just makes one ashamed to be connected to these disgusting people!
But, you are saying that this is an incorrect portrayal?
A: No, “people” are always dubious form some perspective or another.
Q:  Why is there a legend that the King of the Franks could heal with the touch
of his hand?
A:  So can you.
Q:  As in anybody?
A: Close, if you have the knowledge…
Q:  I am inferring from what you are saying that the Franks had knowledge of
some order, passed down through the royal families, or the kings…
A:  On an individual basis, it has always been thus.
Q:  On a couple of occassions when you have made the remark ‘it is not
germaine,’ using that peculiar spelling, did you mean that it was not only NOT
German, but also NOT French?
A:  Maybe.
Q:  So, we are back to something else.  I once asked about the Third Man Theme
and that perhaps you meant that the imagery was that of the Triple Goddess
relating to the Isle of Man… and you said ‘if viewed through sheets of rain.’
So, in this book that I am reading, it talks about the fact that the Celts of
Gaul worshipped the Rain as the manifestation of the Goddess, and the Celts of
Scotland worshipped the Sun… the male God.  Does this relate in any way to
this remark you made about sheets of rain?
A:  In an offhand way.
Q:  Anything further you can tell me in terms of a clue about ‘sheets of rain?’
A:  Not for now, when you get there, you will find the chalice.
Q:  Where and WHAT chalice?
A:  Wait and see!

11-14-98

Q: (L) In my little quest with my maps, I have come across the suggestion that
the cities, Laon, Lyon, and Luxemburg are three cities named from the root of
light.  Also, there is Leiden.  These four cities form an interesting geometric
shape when related to one another, particularly the first three.  My question
would be: once one has constructed this arrow type triangle, what does one then
do with it?
A: Place upon the valley of the clover dale.

10-03-98

Q: (L) So, she was just a whacked out menopausal woman.  Now,
when I asked previously about the carriers of this
significant bloodline that I am supposed to be tracking,
you said to follow the trail from Morocco to Spain to
France and included the Canary Islands.  Also, that the
bloodline was carried by those most capable.  Now, I have
thought that this might be the Arab connection via the
Moors to the noble houses of Spain and then into France.
Is this, in fact, the case?
A: Yes.
Q: (L) Okay, you said that the artefacts provide the key.  I
had a dream the other night that the artefacts in question
were the major arcana of the Tarot deck, that they could
be used to discover the mystery.  Was this a legitimate
clue in my dream?
A: Tools.  So are astrological charts.
Q: (L) In doing this bloodline tracking, I came across this
fellow who was the Gallo-Roman Senator named Tonantius
Ferreolus.  Is this individual descended from Jesus/
Jesinavarah?
A: This is certainly a possibility.
Q: (L) You said that Jesinavarah had three children with
three Roman women.  I never asked if they were male or
female children.  Were they male or female?
A: Vella?  What would you suppose?
Q: (L) The names Vella, Rafae and Alicia were given as the
names of the three women who were the mothers.  Was I
mistaken and did I garble it when it was really the names
of the children?
A: Sometimes, one follows another.
Q: (L) What were the names of the children of Jesus?
A: You have the clues, and your quest has been admirable so
far, why stop now?
Q: (L) So, I will find them!  Okay.
A: Could be like the Holy Grail.
Q: (L) What could be like the Holy Grail?
A: Chalice.
Q: (L) What does the chalice represent?
A: What is its root?
Q: (L) Okay, why are dogs represented in the Egyptian
mythology as the ‘opener of the way?’
A: Guards, guides.
Q: (L) What is the point of this quest?  I know it is
something that utterly fascinates me and I want to solve
it…
A: Keep going.
Q: (L) It’s not a waste of time?  I mean, it’s not gonna get
me to 4th density, I’m just doing it because I like it, I
guess.
A: If you did not do it, what would you do?
Q: (L) Well, I can’t think of any puzzle that is more
fascinating or interesting except maybe building a time
machine, and I am of the opinion that the answer to this
puzzle will lead to a time machine.
A: Maybe…
Q: (L) Okay, I have been hearing funny popping and crackling
sounds in the psychomantium at night.  The other night I
even saw an Egyptian guy walking back toward the mirror
along the side of the bed where I was.  He looked exactly
like one of those carved images with the funny
perspective.  It seemed that he must have come out of the
mirror, interacted with me in some way, and I was awakened
by his presence as he was going back… We have been
sleeping regularly in the psychomantium and there is a
HUGE increase in frequency and clarity of dreams.  There
is an interesting energy in the tent.  Who or what was
this being I encountered?
A: Find out.
Q: (L) Is there anything we can do to enhance this process?
We sleep in it and are trying to just be used to it being
there without expectation.
A: Good.
Q: (L) Is it a doorway that can be used while we are
sleeping?
A: Yes.
Q: (L) Do we use it while we are sleeping?
A: Probably.
Q: (L) Anything you want to add about the psychomantium?
A: No.
Q: (L) Is everything progressing as it ought to?
A: Oh, Laura!
Q: (L) What does that mean?  Are you just frustrated with me
for asking a silly question?
A: Close.  Good night.

And that’s all that is on my mind at the moment.
Yes, there is more, but it hasn’t “come around on the guitar” yet.

Laura

Date sent:             Thu, 13 May 1999 22:06:50 -0500
To:                        lark2@ozline.net
From:                    Vincent & Darlene
Subject:                Re: Berry, Grail, Chalice etc…

Dear Laura,

(Humm, I just kept typing your name wrong, 3 times in a row it came out
Luara. Significant? Lu(z)ara = light aura or golden light?)

Wow! Double damn and plague take it, as my granny used to say. So much to
talk about, so little time and space in which to do it. Oh well, to quote
old Fleetwood Mac.

I have so many comments that I’m gonna go in sequence and itemize:

1) Hesbaye line and Merovingian link – Where did you find This? I have been
looking for a link from the 13th century Hesbayes in the Bearn and the
Merovingians for months. We turned up the name in an old French book called
“The Noble Families of the Bearn” republished in 1989 by the Bearn regional
historical society. I had already found the link to Estabot and Hendaye, so
we were very excited to find these guys. A link to the Merovingians is all
we needed to complete a pattern that goes from 46CE in Provence down to
King Rene and Nostradamus. My mind is suitably melted. All homage to your
sources and persistance, thank you, thank you, thank you! The question
becomes why the name? A title perhaps of a group that held the eastern
cross secret?

2) Parzival, Perseus and Percy – Your points on Perseus are well taken, but
the early Rosecrucians focused on Jason as the origin point of Parzival
myths. Just how and why is a key secret that only Fulcanelli is willing to
take on. The link seems to be Heracles, whose labors are depicted on the
supposedly Christian front of St. Trophime in Arles. Heracles’ earthly
father was a descendant of Perseus, making him a cousin of Jason/Diomedes.
Jason is another widow’s son who combines the key precessional myth of
Hamlet with that of Tristan and St. Christopher, the Christ or gold-bearing
giant. Remember, Perceval/Parzival was a symbolic name already in use when
Wolfram began his epic. Chretien is unsure of the meaning, but Wolfram
seems to know the whole story; he has Herzeloyde call him “bon fiz, cher
fiz, beau fiz,” a clear indication of the hidden son of light motif. Much
of this was obscure until I stumbled on the 13th century prose romance of
Perceforest which links the Greek themes, including Alexander, in with the
matter of “Britain” and King Arthur. This book also put a whole new spin on
Julius Ceasar and the early Roman Emperors. That led me back to Glanum and
Provence, where all roads in this mystery seem to end up. The manuscript
version of this romance, which was written by a monk in Hainaut, was
collected by King Rene’s contemporary and fellow member of the Order of the
Crescent, Phillip of Burgundy in the mid 15th century where it became a
family text not available to outsiders. One complete copy remains at the
National Library in Paris. There were a couple of 16th century printed
versions, or so we think from the work of the only English scholar to
tackle this, but they don’t seem to exist anymore, or at least they are not
avaiable in any library we have tried. The importance of this lies in the
information coded in the romance. The code is very open and easily figured
out, so that is possibly why the book was kept under wraps. The last book
has an unusual depiction the Holy Grail that seems to draw from the Vulgate
cycle’s Queste, but adds some very pagan and Hebrew-like elements found
nowhere else. This leads us, by round-about ways, to the Percys. Perce
seems to be an in-family term that emerged as a way to identify those
holders of this specific part of the tradition, that of an older kingship
derived ultimately from the family line of Perseus/Heracles/Jason, taken as
a symbolic metaphor for Jesus/John the Baptist/St. John-de-Luz.

3) Star names and constellations – We use Ptolemy and the al-hakim charts
from Fatimid Cairo in the 10th and 11th centuries. From this we have
discovered that the Ptolemaic zodiac and constellational patterns are based
on a very sound gnostic astronomy that goes back to Egypt, Sumer and that
great unsung astronomer Abraham. the project tree of life pattern organized
the myths in the sky into symbolic patterns. Did you mean the star names in
Cassiopaea or Pegasus? Both are very interesting, see Paul Mevryl’s
interpreation of Hendaye in Johnson’s Fulcanelli Phenomenon.

4) Cassiopaea and the Cassiopaeans – OK, the $64,000 question: Do your
sources consider themselves to be ET intelleigences from Cassiopaea, or is
Cassiopaea merely a symbolic call sign for the energy? THIS IS VERY
IMPORTANT! Cassiopaea as a symbol carries a very significant energy; it is
the M or W in the sky and therefore is sort of a cosmic icon for the whole
mystery. Is it possible that you are talking to the head masters
themselves, here on earth?

On several occasions you have described Cassiopaea or the
Cassiopaeans, the unified thought form light beings that
transmit through Cassiopaea, as being the ‘front line of
the universe’s system of natural balance.’

Have they clarified this any further?

5) The Channeling – Well, I hear you are taking flack from the AW folks for
posting channeled material on the list. I am, as you probably know, not a
fan of channeled material. However, I find what you have been receiving
very refreshing. In the dawn of the newage I had the “pleasure” of covering
many of the emerging channelers. I did not find it an enlightening
experience. I kept being asked to leave because my questions were too hard,
Marchiniak and the Pleiadians, or because their sources were demonstratebly
false, Knight and Ryerson. In the face of this, I designed a true
channeling check list. It’s an eleven point test, that most of the best
channelers score around 3 or 4. From what I have seen of your stuff, you
are around 8 or 9. I give points for free-will, lack of dominance, humor,
information beyond the channeler’s knowledge, and so on. I say this to let
you know how seriously I am taking your input. But, it is clear that your
source is not making it easy for you. Even having a chuckle or two at your
expense! How consistent is the information or the diection of the clues
they have given you? Are they just following and echo confirming your
discoveries or are they giving consistent shoves in the right direction?
This is truly an important point, and separates the higher self
communications from that of a real external source.

6) Sufis and Poles – We are talking about the same thing. The idea of an
unknown and even unconscious “holders of the pole” are those who have some
understanding of the whirlwind of time. Sufi masters held that these
individuals didn’t all have to be Muslim, it was their understanding of the
whirlwind that was important. This is the concept that allowed the
Mamelukes of Egypt to consider King Rene a Sufi master.

7)

Alfalfa fields in Rhineland yield as of yet undreamed of treasures. .
.The searcher, the sepulcher, the one who carries the staff in constant
search for greener pastures. . .Look for the vibratory frequency light.

This is the perfect example of how your source teases and entices you at
the same time. Any ideas on this?

8) Not familar with the Titan you mention, will have to check it out. Many
of the greatest renaissance artist had Arcadian leanings. The 17th century
group only understood part of it. None of it, as far as I can tell, has
anything to do with RLC.

9) An 11 sign zodiac has houses of 32.727272, etc. degrees per sign.
Interesting nest of significant numbers?

10) Montsegur Session – a) No info on the barbeque idea. Another case of
the Cs teasing you? b) Malta and 1/17; there are roughly 117 degrees
between planets in a grand trigon of superior planets and the date is also
the opposition point of Sirius’ helical rising, in other words Sirius is
setting as the sun rises, making an east-west axis. Malta is interesting in
this connection because of its underworld connection and stellar
alignments. Your source suggests a link that is very suggestive. c) Cords
and tables; think Druid measuring cord with 13 knots and 12 intervals. d)
Masonic Rites; although you are close, the Cs obviously want you to look
for more clues. I agree. e) Caput 58m – There’s that M signature again.
5+8=13×1000= 13,000 or half a precessional round. 942 is also significant
as a date. f) Montsegur; This only makes sense in the context of the birth
cycle of Heroes and messiahs. Jesus was conceived in time to born on the
fall equinox, St. John-de-Luz was conceived at passover in order to be born
on the winter solstice. The new incarnation was conceived on the summer
solstice to be born at the spring equinox. The first group of escapees
carried ritual objects related to Jesus’ kingship and his descent from
David needed to annoint another “messiah.” The second group carried the
newly born messiah. It was this rebirth of the line that convinced the
Romans to convert and join their fellows on the bonfire. We were at
Montsegur this year on Cathar Day and the vibe at the bonfire spot was too
intense to be believed. Talk about martyrdom! I wish we all had that kind
of faith. g) Baphomet; Do you grok what the Cs are telling you here? “Seer
of the passage indeed!” h) 23 skiddoo and oh those bat-shaped kites of
wisdom! The Cs are definitely playing games with your head.

11) Birthmarks and family connections to the Mystery – Well, you got me on
this one. A real genetic marker, huh? need to see more data on this one.
This is the first solid suggestion on this that I have heard. It makes me
think more about your personal connection. In my channeling checklist I
usually don’t give points for personal or familiy significance. Too easy to
fall into error through wishful thinking. Need to hear more, but my mind is
open.

12) Lizzies, Greys and wishful thinking – Some of this leaves me a little
on edge. Are you suggesting real lizardoid aliens? Or just reptile thinking
in humans? I have seen NO evidence of any on-going intervention by evil
aliens, only far too many evil humans. There are however very evil forces,
or Neters in Egyptian, that have no use for humans, except as tools or
food, but there are no more ET than we are.

13)

at Rennes le Chateau, Mary Magdalene is depicted as gazing hopefully

or reverently at a tree branch formed into a cross, stuck in the ground.
What kind of tree is it?
A: The “tree of life.”

Wow, the Cs have given you the big secret and
pointed out the main “treasure” to be found at RLC.

Q: Well, I had a
different idea… some people say it is an acacia tree.  Are you saying it
is not a genus, horticulturally?
A: Genusis family tree.
Q: And what family is it a family tree for?
A: Check your Magna for lesson.
Q: My magna?  What in the world?  Okay, “blue apples:” Stones
or grapes?
A: Why not both?

I can’t believe what I’m reading! The Cs are giving you the secret! I read
this to my partner, Jay, and he freaked. I don’t think anybody but us knows
this part of the secret, and to have it being broadcast psychically is a
little unnerving. Combined with the alfalfa clues given earlier, you are on
top of the wave. I can’t help but wonder if this is for you or for us.

14) The Tannhauser Session – Whew, I can’t even begin to answer or discuss
all the ideas in this one. Dancing in circles indeed. The answer is in the
grass and it contains the same chemicals we find in the serotonin/melatonin
cycle. But I do want to address that look at NA comment. Horsehead is
Esopus Island in the Hudson, part of the Arkhom pattern, and a pointer
toward lots of very strange things, Montauk, etc. But there is a much more
suggestive area of NA, namely central North Carolina. This information is
so obscure that I maybe the only person left who knows the whole story.
Fifteen years ago, I wrote a book, unpublished, called the White Indian
Myth. It bounced around among publishers for a while, and the basic story
was optioned for a movie, which also never happened. But in the course of
my research, I turned up something truly strange. –Documented evidence,
including archeological finds, of a Celtic group in central NC. From bronze
age artifacts and gold mines, to megalithic stone structures aligned to
solstice moon rises, the area is weird. There is some indication that
Prince Madoc’s little band of settlers came here and built a Celtic Tower
on what is now Chapel Hill. And if that isn’t strange enough, we also have
a strange collection of families related to the current moving into the
area in the 17th century. Where I live was once the plantation of the
French De Berry family, a cadet branch of the Bourbon-Valois kings. In the
general area you can find the Ansons, of Shugbourough Hall fame, Sinclairs,
Bruces, Montgomerys, McRae and so forth. The creme of the French and
Jacobian bloodlines seem to have moved to NC. There is more, including
Louis XVII and Marshal Ney, along with a German Templar named Krone who
practiced Rosecrucian magick deep in the forest. If there is anyplace in NA
where the current is active, it has to be here. We joke that should the
British crown revert to the Stuarts, the new king might just be a tobacco
farmer from Carthage NC!

15)

But, did you ever  think that the “opponent” has “supernatural”
capabilities?

Oh yes indeed, we are quite aware of this one! Have plenty of stories to
back it up. I really don’t think you can be too careful on this point.
Going to RLC is like visiting the front gate of Mordor.

16)

Q: Did the Templars discover the secrets of the Ishmaelis,
the Assassini, and is this what they carried into Europe,
and then underground?
A: Buried in Galle.

OK, this one made my hair stand on end. Galle is the old word for the
region around Glanum and Provence in general. We think we found just what
was buried in Glanum, but it older than the Templars.

17)

Q: Has this person also been pursuing the secret?
A: Pour suivant.

OH, boy, the real name of the Order. Whom does the Grail serve? It serves
those who follow; for, to follow, is to partake of the nature of the Quest.

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Well, I’m glad we agree on the basics, including the Cs. Their guidance in
the session about Ark and the holocaust is very sound.

Tantric alchemy is a key component, but there is also two more layers.
Remember the Law of 3s! tantra brings on internal change, which is
projected as demonstration onto the real world through a PK induced fusion
reaction. The third level is the transformation of time, on alchemical
principles, that takes place every half a precessional cycle. When all
three are worked in unison, it is truly the Magnum Opus.

No comment on the Schwaller connection?

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Jesus Laura, I can’t begin to keep up with all this stuff you are sending
me! I haven’t hit a lick all week on my own work for chewing on yours. But
it is so interesting!

As far as I can tell, the Cs are leading you to the same exact conclusions
that we have reached. This is spooky. The session about light is plain in
terms of the neuro-chemistry invovled. I’m just not sure that it is getting
through to you, but maybe that’s effect of spreading these clues out over
time.

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The Cs are guiding you, but you are a hyper horse straining at the bit and
seeing spooks everywhere. In the April and JUne 98 readings you gave me
there are several important clues. But you seem to be trying to pull the
info in a particular direction, < > So True!

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Arcadia is from Argos, and moved to Arles with the Argonauts. Arcadia in
this sense is Provence, as King Rene understood. The Perseids dissapeared
to southern France, see Perceforest for details. Mushrooms, like alfalfa,
contains psychoactive alkaloids related to DMT. These are powerful brain
change chemicals.

The Canary Islands stuff is new to me. Gonna take a while to sort through
this. The Hakylut Society I know well, see my note far above on Prince
Madoc. The ark is also an interest, and I think the Cs are telling you that
The Templars departed from France with their version of the ark and brought
it to Oak Island by way of the Canaries. Makes sense to me!

Now the real history of King Arthur is something on which I am truly an
expert, ha ha! But from my Arthur and the Fall of Rome on the website you
will have noticed that I have turned up a real candidate, Artorius
Rhiothamus, King of the “Bretons.” He is an exact contemporary of the early
Merovingians. The key is the dukedom of Berry, where Artorius died or
disappeared and where, soona fter, Clovis I became the first Merovingian
King. I think it’s all about Arthur and Mordred, the bastard side of the
family, with the Merovingians as the Mordred faction. Of course it would
look this way from the perspective of the British Celts, but there is
something to be said about Clovis’ deal with the Roman church. It seems
like a sell-out to me.

Stay away from Norma Goodrich; her books, in particular The Holy Grail, is
full of errors and holes as well as very shoddy writing. She’s right about
the Grail being a French idea, but like you she hasn’t made the connection
to Provence as the source of all this, and doesn’t understand the peculiar
overlapping of currents that took place. there.

“…we shall return again to the King Arthurs, for there
wer two: the warrior king who won twelve victories in
defense of Scotland, and his second self, who was the sixth
and only supreme initiate at the Grail Castle in Britain.
There before the year 542 he personally saw the Grail lying
“open and dis-covered” before him alone.  His first
Commander in Chief, the royal Knight Gawain, had come very
close to this sighting.  Call it “revelation” or
“apocalypse,” as you will.  King Arthur’s fame and
reputation lie equally upon bother persons, the head of
state and the head ecclesiastical initiate.  After his
death in 542, claim the “annals of Wales, the Grail surely,
rightfully, returned to “Sarras.”

This quote is one of the many points that have caused me to shake my head
in dismay at Goodrich. There are NO sources for what she is describing
here, NONE! She is using dates and quotes from the Perlesvaus, now there’s
a name with juicy interpretations, but puts them in a context that has
nothing to do with her source. This drives me up the wall.

See, she can come up with Marseilles as a good choice for Sarras, but can’t
find the real locality, even though as you point out local folklore is
quite specific. The place you mention that Ark visited is actually
connected with St. John-de-Luz, and later attributed to the penitence of MM
to cover the tracks. The clue is Sarrah the Egyptian, protectress of the
Gypsies, and King Rene did indeed find the Magdalene cup buried with Sarrah
when he had the graves of the Marys and Sarrah dug up in 1448. Rene built a
fine new church over the site and the Magdalen cup can be seen by
appointment at the Cluny in Paris.

OK, you are so close on the Shepherds painting. The man doesn’t represent
Gaul, the picture is showing the old Galle of Glanum, the real Arcadia. The
mountains in the background are the Alpilles seen from the ancient site of
Glanum near St Remy de Provence. The landscape matches much more closely
that around Glanum than that near RLC, that only massive misdirection could
make one think otherwise. See also Leonardo’s St. John as Bacchus for more
views of the same locale around Glanum. We also have a photograph taken
from the spot on the website. It is cropped however to keep anyone else
from seeing the whole connection before I can finish the book.

I had that funny dream that the Shepherds painting was, literally, a
map… that the forms and figures were both symbolic and a literal map as
well.

How right you are! I wish I could show it to you on the ground. We
are going over again in October, want to join us?

OK, have to stop for now. I been at this off and on all day and its now 10
pm and I need to do other things for tomorrow.

Whew, almost too much fun!

Light in extension,
Vincent

From:                    Laura Knight-Jadczyk
To:                        Vincent & Darlene
Subject:                Re: Berry, Grail, Chalice etc…
Send reply to:        lark2@ozline.net
Date sent:             Fri, 14 May 1999 01:17:12 -0400

On 13 May 99, at 22:06, Vincent & Darlene wrote:
>
> (Humm, I just kept typing your name wrong, 3 times in a row it came out
> Luara. Significant? Lu(z)ara = light aura or golden light?)

We have fun with it too.  I also tend to misspell it that same way.  Just the
way the fingers move when typing, I guess.
>
> Wow! Double damn and plague take it, as my granny used to say.

Mine used an old Southern expression:  Well, I’ll SWAN!”  That always made me
curious…

> 1) Hesbaye line and Merovingian link – Where did you find This?

There’s a fellow… some sort of scholar.. is still working on the lines.  Has
a website.  It was free.

I have
> been looking for a link from the 13th century Hesbayes in the Bearn and
> the Merovingians for months. We turned up the name in an old French book
> called “The Noble Families of the Bearn” republished in 1989 by the Bearn
> regional historical society. I had already found the link to Estabot and
> Hendaye, so we were very excited to find these guys. A link to the
> Merovingians is all we needed to complete a pattern that goes from 46CE in
> Provence down to King Rene and Nostradamus. My mind is suitably melted.
> All homage to your sources and persistance, thank you, thank you, thank
> you!

Well, it’s only because of that freaky business that got me started on the
genealogy thing at a point when it seemed that other things were not moving.  I
did it to pass the time and made some bizarre connections and became obsessed
with it.  I now own a microfiche reader and have access to primary sources on
fiche, CD and micro-film…

> 2) Parzival, Perseus and Percy – Your points on Perseus are well taken,
> but the early Rosecrucians focused on Jason as the origin point of
> Parzival myths.

> Remember, Perceval/Parzival was a symbolic
> name already in use when Wolfram began his epic. Chretien is unsure of the
> meaning, but Wolfram seems to know the whole story; he has Herzeloyde call
> him “bon fiz, cher fiz, beau fiz,” a clear indication of the hidden son of
> light motif.

Hmmmm… there’s that “light” again.

>Much of this was obscure until I stumbled on the 13th century
> prose romance of Perceforest

Q: (L) So, what we have to work with is what we have to work
with.  And, I guess that’s as close as we can get.  It
isn’t a whole heck of a lot.  How many people were in this
Covenant?
A: Look for answers, trees will lead you to it.

> 3) Star names and constellations –  Did you mean the
> star names in Cassiopaea or Pegasus?

Yes… but all around the zodiac as well… I have the idea that these names
are clues if they can only be arranged properly… like different groups of
people represent the “energies” of the “figure” in the zodiac, and their lives
are archetypal expressions of that energy… and if the members of a certain
group “connect” then “it’s a happening,” or something like that.

> 4) Cassiopaea and the Cassiopaeans – OK, the $64,000 question: Do your
> sources consider themselves to be ET intelleigences from Cassiopaea, or is
> Cassiopaea merely a symbolic call sign for the energy?

Q: (L) And where are you from?
A: We transmit via the radio source in Cassiopaea.
*********
Q: (T) You had a question about transmitting from
Cassiopaea, Arkadiusz.  What was the question? (A) I
think the question was, why do they need a particular
place in the universe to transmit from?
A: We transmit “through” the opening that is presented
in the locator you represent as Cassiopaea, due to the
strong radio pulses align from Cassiopaea, due to pulsar
from neutron star 300 light years behind it, as seen
from your locator.  [Planchette spirals briefly] This
facilitates a clear channel transmission from 6th
density to 3rd density.
Q: (A) I would like to know how long it takes for the
transmission to come from Cassiopaea to Earth.
A: “Zero” time.
Q: (A) ‘Zero time…’ They transmit, using what?
Electromagnetics, gravity, or what?
A: Both.  They are interconnected, or you could say
“unified”.
Q: (A) Zero time? Because of what? Because of…
structure of space/time?  Of warp?
A: Space and time are selective and flexible.
Q: (A) What is behind that? What is… what is the
medium behind which the transmission goes?
A: If there were a medium, your puzzlement would be
justified, but, there is not. You see, when one utilizes
zero time, there is zero space as well.
Q: (J) If there is zero space, and zero time, why does
it need to be fixed at a specific location here in 3rd
density.
A: It does not, for “transmission purposes.” The need
for a specific locator, as expressed previously, as you
perceive it, was due to vibrational frequencies helpful
to your psychic awareness profile.

THIS IS VERY
> IMPORTANT! Cassiopaea as a symbol carries a very significant energy; it is
> the M or W in the sky and therefore is sort of a cosmic icon for the whole
> mystery. Is it possible that you are talking to the head masters
> themselves, here on earth?

I suppose I ought to send my “celts” file where they talk about an ancient
relationship with the Celts…

< Cassiopaea or the
>    Cassiopaeans, the unified thought form light beings that
>    transmit through Cassiopaea, as being the ‘front line of
>    the universe’s system of natural balance.’>> Have they clarified this
> any further?

Well, it has to do with some sort of “wave” business…

Q: (Susy) What kind of source are you?
A: 6th density.
Q: (Susy) Why are you choosing Laura and Fred to transmit
this information?
A: Because balancing fields are correct.
Q: (Barry) Maitreya… What is the destiny of this person in
this lifetime?
A: Plays prominent role in disinformation process.
Q: (Barry) Is Benjamin Creme aware of that?
A: No.
Q: (Barry) Are the E.T.s putting thoughts in Benjamin Creme’s
head?
A: Yes.
Q: (Barry) What is their purpose in this?
A: To cause confusion, diversion, and deception so that
reality channels may be cloaked.  Self explanatory.
Q: (Barry) Does this mean so that what we think is real
really isn’t?
A: Close.
Q: (Barry) This must mean that the Aliens want to give us one
person to focus on which is so spectacular, so that we
cannot see the truth.
A: Remember warnings about false prophets in the “desert.”
Q: (Barry) Does this mean that Benjamin Creme is an STS
person?
A: Yes, indirectly.
Q: (Barry) Is he the antichrist?
A: No. The “antichrist” is not an individual, but consortium.
Q: (Barry) Who is the Consortium?
A: Term refers to idea of large body of individuals.
Q: (L) Who specifically?  (Fred) Human beings?
A: Yes and others.
Q: (Barry) Are these beings who have lived longer than most
people live in one lifetime?
A: Confused thought patterns.
Q: (Barry) Are these people who have reincarnated for
lifetime after lifetime and have kept the same memory to
continue the same plan?
A: Only a select few.
Q: (Barry) Is this channeling going to go beyond the
primitive method of one letter at a time, or is it going
to go into the method of writing or typing or direct
channeling consciously or unconsciously?
A: Can now, less danger of corruption through this method.
Q: (Barry) What is the purpose of this contact?
A: To help you to learn, thus gain knowledge, thus gain
protection, thus progress.
Q: (Barry) What do the Cassiopaeans gain from this contact?
A: By helping you, we are moving toward fulfilling of our
destiny of union with you and all else, thus completing
the Grand cycle.
Q: (Barry) Is this the only probability open to you or is
this the best probability open to you?
A: Both.
Q: (Barry) Are you a great distance from us in light years?
A: Distance is a 3rd density idea.
Q: (Barry) Light years is 3rd density?
A: Yes.
Q: (Barry) What do you mean by traveling on the wave?
A: Traveling on thoughts.
Q: (Fred) Our thoughts or your thoughts?
A: Not correct concept.
Q: (L) What is the correct concept?
A: All is just lessons.
Q: (L) Whose thoughts are they?
A: Thoughts unify all reality in existence and are all
shared.
Q: (Susy) You travel on a wave of energy created by all
thought forms?
A: Thought forms are all that exists!

> 5) The Channeling – Well, I hear you are taking flack from the AW folks
> for posting channeled material on the list. I am, as you probably know,
> not a fan of channeled material.

Neither was I, as I have said… which is why I decided to do it myself.  I had
a “criteria” also and thought I’d give it a whirl – knowing in advance that it
might take awhile to “push through” the layers of garbage to clarify a
“signal.”  Took two years.

However, I find what you have been
> receiving very refreshing. In the dawn of the newage I had the “pleasure”
> of covering many of the emerging channelers. I did not find it an
> enlightening experience.

Oh GAWD!

I kept being asked to leave because my questions
> were too hard,

Oh, those folks hated me, too!  I spent a fortune looking for a “real source”
because I was convinced from research that it CAN happen, but the usual story
is that corruption takes over pretty quick.  I was determined to study all the
other attempts, to analyze, and find out what was missing or what parameters
needed to be set up.

Marchiniak and the Pleiadians, or because their sources
> were demonstratebly false, Knight and Ryerson.

Sheesh!  I hope that woman isn’t a relative!

In the face of this, I
> designed a true channeling check list. It’s an eleven point test, that
> most of the best channelers score around 3 or 4. From what I have seen of
> your stuff, you are around 8 or 9. I give points for free-will, lack of
> dominance, humor, information beyond the channeler’s knowledge, and so on.

Similar to my own.  I was a stickler for ANYTHING that could be demonstrated to
be beyond the knowledge of myself or Freddie (the other side of the board.)
When a number of things got the big confirmo, I was actually aghast.  I was
enjoying thinking that all this stuff was just buried in one of our minds!

> I say this to let you know how seriously I am taking your input. But, it
> is clear that your source is not making it easy for you.

I used to get really upset with them… thankfully they have this wonderful
sense of humor…

Even having a
> chuckle or two at your expense!

You don’t know the half of it!

>How consistent is the information or the
> diection of the clues they have given you? Are they just following and
> echo confirming your discoveries or are they giving consistent shoves in
> the right direction?

I have to confess that when it started, I knew NOTHING about ANY of this
stuff… yes, I had studied paranormal stuff… you know, ghosts, hauntings,
poltergeist, PK, stigmata, a whirl through alchemy because it was connected to
magic and I was curious about that… prophecy and so forth.  I was more a
student of the “powers of the mind” or lack thereof, than anything else.

I am rather embarrassed at times when I read over some of those transcripts and
realize what a dummy I was.  They practically had to spoon feed me!  Except for
the first dozen or so sessions, they are all still on tape in a box.  Up to
that point, I was not taking it seriously enough to keep the tapes, and before
that, I wasn’t even taping… just writing notes in between…!!!

No, you have to give them credit for dangling ALL the carrots.  If you read the
whole thousand or so pages on every subject under the sun, you can see the
sequence of my education!

This is truly an important point, and separates the
> higher self communications from that of a real external source.

Yeah.  I think it is, in a sense, a “real external source.”  But my reservation
lies in the fact that, at the VERY higher levels, all is one.  At this level of
existence, it’s just practical to call it an “external” source and not confuse
oneself with metaphysical mumbo jumbo.
>
> 6) Sufis and Poles – We are talking about the same thing. The idea of an
> unknown and even unconscious “holders of the pole” are those who have some
> understanding of the whirlwind of time. Sufi masters held that these
> individuals didn’t all have to be Muslim, it was their understanding of
> the whirlwind that was important. This is the concept that allowed the
> Mamelukes of Egypt to consider King Rene a Sufi master.

Well, I find some humor in the fact that Ark is a Pole… he is truly a
remarkable man.  Why is Poland called Poland, anyway?  That’s been bugging me.

> 7) Alfalfa fields in Rhineland yield as of yet undreamed of treasures. .
> The searcher, the sepulcher, the one who carries the staff in constant
> search for greener pastures. . .Look for the vibratory frequency light.>>
> This is the perfect example of how your source teases and entices you at
> the same time. Any ideas on this?

If I knew, I’d be there!  This was actually about the second carrot.  The first
came out of that innocent little question about Oak Island.  What a can of
worms I opened!

>
> 9) An 11 sign zodiac has houses of 32.727272, etc. degrees per sign.
> Interesting nest of significant numbers?

Better yet… a 330 degree circle.  I converted the circle and remeasured the
globe once and it was a pretty interesting exercise.  An 11 house zodiac in a
330 degree circle has houses of 30 degrees each… 11 months of 33 days each,
with only two extras… solsticial days.  I keep wanting to create a see
through map of the zodiac in this way and “shrink wrap the globe, orienting
Orion (funny words, yes?) on the pyramids and see where the other things fall
and what this can tell us.

> 10) Montsegur Session – a) No info on the barbeque idea. Another case of
> the Cs teasing you?

In all cases so far, at some point, the clues “fall into place.”  I just have
to read and search like a maniac.

b) Malta and 1/17; there are roughly 117 degrees
> between planets in a grand trigon of superior planets and the date is also
> the opposition point of Sirius’ helical rising, in other words Sirius is
> setting as the sun rises, making an east-west axis. Malta is interesting
> in this connection because of its underworld connection and stellar
> alignments. Your source suggests a link that is very suggestive. c) Cords
> and tables; think Druid measuring cord with 13 knots and 12 intervals. d)
> Masonic Rites; although you are close, the Cs obviously want you to look
> for more clues. I agree.

On a LOT of things.  But they did mention that I was getting close…

We were at
> Montsegur this year on Cathar Day and the vibe at the bonfire spot was too
> intense to be believed. Talk about martyrdom! I wish we all had that kind
> of faith.

Been there, done that.  Other life.  Yeah, I remember some of them.

g) Baphomet; Do you grok what the Cs are telling you here? “Seer
> of the passage indeed!”

Actually, no.  I was hoping you would enlighten me!

h) 23 skiddoo and oh those bat-shaped kites of
> wisdom! The Cs are definitely playing games with your head.

What do you mean?  What are the kites?  Why “bat shaped?”  This was a STRANGE
thing…   We were up in Pensacola at the UFO conference and went to the Linda
Howe lecture.  On the way in Ark mentioned that there was a kite in the hotel
parking lot and he couldn’t seem to find who was flying it or where it might be
tied.  After the lecture, we went out to look… there it was, fluttering in a
stiff wind… bat shaped and all that… and try as we could, using all sorts
of calculations, we could never find where it was anchored…   Pensacola Beach
is on Santa Rosa Island and there was alfalfa everywhere…

> 11) Birthmarks and family connections to the Mystery – Well, you got me on
> this one. A real genetic marker, huh? need to see more data on this one.

Isn’t any.  My idea.  Bet you have one too!  But not everyone does… and I DID
read the data about some scientifc stuff about PK emanating from that location.
Will look it up if you like.  And I DO tend to shatter glasses and break
electronic gadgets when I am upset.  Even did a car window once and a 4 by 6
foot plate glass one in my house… a REAL burden.  Need to get a handle on
that sort of thing.  (And no, I’m NOT kidding here.)

> This is the first solid suggestion on this that I have heard. It makes me
> think more about your personal connection. In my channeling checklist I
> usually don’t give points for personal or familiy significance. Too easy
> to fall into error through wishful thinking. Need to hear more, but my
> mind is open.

Yeah.  I don’t want to attribute too much to it either.  Ever watchful against
that ego, ya know!

> 12) Lizzies, Greys and wishful thinking – Some of this leaves me a little
> on edge. Are you suggesting real lizardoid aliens? Or just reptile
> thinking in humans? I have seen NO evidence of any on-going intervention
> by evil aliens, only far too many evil humans.

Well, in my practice as a hypnotherapist, I came across a lot of weird stuff…
and there are certain experiences that I will relate at a later time that are
so puzzling that I still shake my head over them.  I have never seen such
critters except in other people’s heads, and possibly in their “effects” …
but, if they are in a different “dimension,” or “density,” well… sort of
gives one pause when thinking about the “sacred crocodiles” and the “serpent”
in Eden, and the crocogator dudes in  Central America.

There are however very evil
> forces, or Neters in Egyptian, that have no use for humans, except as
> tools or food, but there are no more ET than we are.

Well… this would take a long time to talk about and it is late… would
really require almost doing it in person, I think.
>
> 13) < at Rennes le Chateau, Mary Magdalene is depicted as gazing hopefully > or reverently at a tree branch formed into a cross, stuck in the ground.
> What kind of tree is it? A: The “tree of life.”> Wow, the Cs have given
> you the big secret and pointed out the main “treasure” to be found at RLC.
> <   Are you saying it is not a genus, horticulturally? A: Genusis family
> tree. Q: And what family is it a family tree for? A: Check your Magna for
> lesson. Q: My magna?  What in the world?

About two weeks after this I picked up a copy of Eco’s “The Search for the
Perfect Language” because I liked “The Name of the Rose,” and “Foucault’s
Pendulum,” and learned what a “magna” was… weird.

Okay, “blue apples:” Stones or
> grapes? A: Why not both?> I can’t believe what I’m reading! The Cs are
> giving you the secret!

Well, I wish you would let me in on it!
How can blue apples be both stones and grapes?

I read this to my partner, Jay, and he freaked. I
> don’t think anybody but us knows this part of the secret, and to have it
> being broadcast psychically is a little unnerving. Combined with the
> alfalfa clues given earlier, you are on top of the wave. I can’t help but
> wonder if this is for you or for us.

Well, maybe all of us.  They did say there are “seven” parties that are
supposed to “connect” at some point for “explosive learning.”  I can’t find it
just now because I don’t remember the exact term to tell the program…

> 14) The Tannhauser Session – Whew, I can’t even begin to answer or discuss
> all the ideas in this one. Dancing in circles indeed. The answer is in the
> grass and it contains the same chemicals we find in the
> serotonin/melatonin cycle. But I do want to address that look at NA
> comment. Horsehead is Esopus Island in the Hudson, part of the Arkhom
> pattern, and a pointer toward lots of very strange things, Montauk, etc.

Oh, GAWD!  Did ya ever feel a tiny bit “manipulated?”  All of these names and
words that “link” and the being “nudged” toward this mystery… you would
completely freak if I told you the whole story of weird stuff.  You would NOT
believe it.  In fact, when I think about it, I hardly believe it either.  Ark
and I talk about it once in awhile when our faith is a bit thready… and we
just shake our heads and say that if we hadn’t lived it, we wouldn’t believe it
either.

> But there is a much more suggestive area of NA, namely central North
> Carolina. This information is so obscure that I maybe the only person left
> who knows the whole story. Fifteen years ago, I wrote a book, unpublished,
> called the White Indian Myth.

Well, you ought to read this book by Frank something or other about called
“Atlantis in Wisconsin.”  HE makes such a connection and I think he even
mentions North Carolina… or at least gets pretty close to it.

It bounced around among publishers for a
> while, and the basic story was optioned for a movie, which also never
> happened. But in the course of my research, I turned up something truly
> strange. –Documented evidence, including archeological finds, of a Celtic
> group in central NC.

Oh, GOODIE!  I have long had the idea that a lot of stuff going on here in the
good ole US of A was Celtic…

From bronze age artifacts and gold mines, to
> megalithic stone structures aligned to solstice moon rises, the area is
> weird. There is some indication that Prince Madoc’s little band of
> settlers came here and built a Celtic Tower on what is now Chapel Hill.

Hmmmmm…. Chloe’s brother lives there… was Dean at the uni there – Old
English Lit, I believe…Oxford and all that.  She is the one who lives in
Hayesville.

> And if that isn’t strange enough, we also have a strange collection of
> families related to the current moving into the area in the 17th century.
> Where I live was once the plantation of the French De Berry family, a
> cadet branch of the Bourbon-Valois kings. In the general area you can find
> the Ansons, of Shugbourough Hall fame, Sinclairs, Bruces, Montgomerys,
> McRae and so forth. The creme of the French and Jacobian bloodlines seem
> to have moved to NC. There is more, including Louis XVII and Marshal Ney,
> along with a German Templar named Krone who practiced Rosecrucian magick
> deep in the forest.

Egads!  I had a seminal “awakening” experience up there…. also went to
boarding school in NC back when I was nine and ten… WEIRD things happened to
me there.

If there is anyplace in NA where the current is
> active, it has to be here. We joke that should the British crown revert to
> the Stuarts, the new king might just be a tobacco farmer from Carthage NC!

No doubt!  King Ralph, fer shure!
>
> 15) < But, did you ever  think that the “opponent” has “supernatural” > capabilities?> Oh yes indeed, we are quite aware of this one! Have plenty
> of stories to back it up. I really don’t think you can be too careful on
> this point. Going to RLC is like visiting the front gate of Mordor.

Well, always keep it in mind.  We have learned that being constantly “aware” is
a sort of blocking technique.
>
> 16) < Q: Did the Templars discover the secrets of the Ishmaelis, >    the Assassini, and is this what they carried into Europe,
>    and then underground?
> A: Buried in Galle.>
> OK, this one made my hair stand on end. Galle is the old word for the
> region around Glanum and Provence in general. We think we found just what
> was buried in Glanum, but it older than the Templars.

Well, I’m glad to know that it makes sense to you.  Remember, I am an
“armchair” researcher!  I have to depend on other people to give me data!

> 17) < Q: Has this person also been pursuing the secret? > A: Pour suivant.>
> OH, boy, the real name of the Order. Whom does the Grail serve? It serves
> those who follow; for, to follow, is to partake of the nature of the
> Quest.

Hmmmm… that one HAS been a puzzle.

> Next E-mail
>
> Well, I’m glad we agree on the basics, including the Cs. Their guidance in
> the session about Ark and the holocaust is very sound.

That’s why other channelers and channeling “aficionados” don’t like our stuff.
And the truth is, most of it I don’t feel comfortable sharing with most folks
because it is like giving hand grenades to babies.
>
> Tantric alchemy is a key component, but there is also two more layers.

Of course.  But one must unlock the DNA to be able to do the rest…

> Remember the Law of 3s! tantra brings on internal change, which is
> projected as demonstration onto the real world through a PK induced fusion
> reaction.

Yup.  I think the same way.

The third level is the transformation of time, on alchemical
> principles, that takes place every half a precessional cycle. When all
> three are worked in unison, it is truly the Magnum Opus.

Yup.
>
> No comment on the Schwaller connection?

Don’t know who he is.  Will have to buy the book and find out.  (I told you I
was ignorant of a lot of this stuff.)
>
> Next E-mail
>
> Jesus Laura, I can’t begin to keep up with all this stuff you are sending
> me!

Okay.  I’ll quit.

I haven’t hit a lick all week on my own work for chewing on yours. But
> it is so interesting!

And that’s not half of it.
>
> As far as I can tell, the Cs are leading you to the same exact conclusions
> that we have reached. This is spooky.

Sure enough is!  Of course, it is gratifying to know that the info is useful
and that I haven’t been “wasting my time on useless psychobabble” as the folks
on the AW list pronounced the Oak Island segment.

The session about light is plain in
> terms of the neuro-chemistry invovled. I’m just not sure that it is
> getting through to you, but maybe that’s effect of spreading these clues
> out over time.

A lot of things are not getting through to me because I don’t have all the
pieces yet.  I am reading and asking as fast as I can!

>
> Next E=mail
>
> The Cs are guiding you, but you are a hyper horse straining at the bit and
> seeing spooks everywhere. In the April and JUne 98 readings you gave me
> there are several important clues. But you seem to be trying to pull the
> info in a particular direction,

Mea culpa.  I know I tend to do that sometimes and then, later, when the REAL
thing presents itself, I just sit there stunned at my obtuseness.  It’s a very
humbling experience, believe me!

< Out of sync only occurs when > presupposition reigns supreme.> So True!

Yeah.  I seem to be the one they pick on the most.  But I am also the one they
address as “My Dear,” when they begin one of their patient explanations in
answer to my dumb questions.  They are infinitely patient with me for some
reason, for which I am grateful and sorry for the times I was mad at them for
not just telling me the answer!

> Next E-Mail
>
> Arcadia is from Argos, and moved to Arles with the Argonauts. Arcadia in
> this sense is Provence, as King Rene understood. The Perseids dissapeared
> to southern France, see Perceforest for details. Mushrooms, like alfalfa,
> contains psychoactive alkaloids related to DMT. These are powerful brain
> change chemicals.

And the juice of mistletoe is similar to a neurotransmitter…

>
> The Canary Islands stuff is new to me. Gonna take a while to sort through
> this. The Hakylut Society I know well, see my note far above on Prince
> Madoc. The ark is also an interest, and I think the Cs are telling you
> that The Templars departed from France with their version of the ark and
> brought it to Oak Island by way of the Canaries. Makes sense to me!

Well, I don’t know.  Maybe… but it is all in pieces and I have to put it
together and I still have missing pieces!
>
> Now the real history of King Arthur is something on which I am truly an
> expert, ha ha! But from my Arthur and the Fall of Rome on the website you
> will have noticed that I have turned up a real candidate, Artorius
> Rhiothamus, King of the “Bretons.”

I read this theory somewhere … was it Ashe or who?  Can’t remember.  It’s a
good one.

He is an exact contemporary of the
> early Merovingians. The key is the dukedom of Berry, where Artorius died
> or disappeared and where, soona fter, Clovis I became the first
> Merovingian King.

There’s that “berry” again.

I think it’s all about Arthur and Mordred, the bastard
> side of the family, with the Merovingians as the Mordred faction. Of
> course it would look this way from the perspective of the British Celts,
> but there is something to be said about Clovis’ deal with the Roman
> church. It seems like a sell-out to me.

He was a REAL pistol, that’s for sure!

> Stay away from Norma Goodrich; her books, in particular The Holy Grail, is
> full of errors and holes as well as very shoddy writing.

I knew that already, but she did say some interesting things about the Isle of
Man and that has been brought up and popped up in some funny places.  Will have
to find the references later.

She’s right about
> the Grail being a French idea, but like you she hasn’t made the connection
> to Provence as the source of all this, and doesn’t understand the peculiar
> overlapping of currents that took place. there.

It’s funny.  Ark really LOVES Provence and wants to move there.  I’m open to it
and the kids like the idea.
>
> < <“…we shall return again to the King Arthurs, for there > wer two: the warrior king who won twelve victories in
> defense of Scotland, and his second self, who was the sixth
> and only supreme initiate at the Grail Castle in Britain.
> There before the year 542 he personally saw the Grail lying
> “open and dis-covered” before him alone.

This is a funny line.

His first
> Commander in Chief, the royal Knight Gawain, had come very
> close to this sighting.  Call it “revelation” or
> “apocalypse,” as you will.  King Arthur’s fame and
> reputation lie equally upon bother persons, the head of
> state and the head ecclesiastical initiate.  After his
> death in 542, claim the “annals of Wales, the Grail surely,
> rightfully, returned to “Sarras.”>>

Ark had a dream about “Sarras.”  You know, the C’s say that this is the “real”
name of Earth.
>
> This quote is one of the many points that have caused me to shake my head
> in dismay at Goodrich. There are NO sources for what she is describing
> here, NONE! She is using dates and quotes from the Perlesvaus, now there’s
> a name with juicy interpretations, but puts them in a context that has
> nothing to do with her source. This drives me up the wall.

Okay.  Now I know.  Her writing IS atrocious, isn’t it!  Rather like van Buren
in style, I think.  You’d think these folks would hire an editor.  But, you
haven’t seen the best one yet.  I bought a little book entitled “A UFO appears
over Pennsylvania… many tragedies occur.”   It was just so suggestive of an
interesting personal story.

Well, the first paragraph had me rolling on the floor.  COMPLETE word salad.
Most of the sentences were dangling partciples…

Well, I have a friend, a journalist… (actually, we became friends because he
started following me around about 5 years ago to write about me… hasn’t
published anything yet, but we have been through some times together).  Anyway,
he just won a Pulitzer and we tease him about it a lot and he was here one day
and I showed him this book.  I told him I was going to send it back and demand
a refund, but he said it was too priceless a source of entertainment.  So, we
passed it around and took turns reading a paragraph or two to see if any of us
could understand it.  Nope.  Nobody could.  But, it SOUNDED pretty!  Oh, by the
way, the C’s hinted to Tom about his prize about 6 months before, even though
they generally will NOT give predictions because they say the future is open
and only probable.

> See, she can come up with Marseilles as a good choice for Sarras, but
> can’t find the real locality, even though as you point out local folklore
> is quite specific. The place you mention that Ark visited is actually
> connected with St. John-de-Luz, and later attributed to the penitence of
> MM to cover the tracks. The clue is Sarrah the Egyptian, protectress of
> the Gypsies, and King Rene did indeed find the Magdalene cup buried with
> Sarrah when he had the graves of the Marys and Sarrah dug up in 1448. Rene
> built a fine new church over the site and the Magdalen cup can be seen by
> appointment at the Cluny in Paris.

My source says that Louis IX did this… and it was put back in place later.
Well, I’ll have to check that again.

Okay,
That’s all for now.  It is VERY late and my husband likes to get up no later
than 7… gonna be hard!

Here’s hoping that you can make sense of some of the stuff…. and what is yet
to be looked at.  You may not like what some of it says…

But, it IS fun!

Laura

Date sent:             Fri, 14 May 1999 10:52:07 -0500
To:                        lark2@ozline.net
From:                    Vincent & Darlene
Subject:                Re: Berry, Grail, Chalice etc…

Dear laura,

I’m gonna take a new tack here. I’m gonna send you the descriptive outlines
of the two books we are working on. From that you can get a better glimpse
on where we are going with the public end of all this. That might help swap
information better.

One final word, for the moment, on the clues in painting, particularly
Poussin’s Shepherds of Arcadia. Ever notice the beheading motif? The young
shepherd who is touched by the Shepherdess has his cut off by the angle of
his staff. he also has the pointing gesture from Leonardo’s St Johns. Note
also the same motif in Durer’s Knight, Death and the Devil, where the lance
of the Knight makes a similar gesture. Look at Durer’s St Anthony for more
clues about skulls and the influx of light.

here’s the outline of the first book:

Hendaye Decoded:
Alchemy, Eschatology and the Great Cross
* outline *

Introduction to the Mystery
Introduction to the mystery of alchemy, Fulcanelli and the Cyclic Cross of
Hendaye with personal connections. Focus on the importance of Hendaye and
the need to validate Fulcanelli’s unique and important statement linking
alchemy and eschatology.

Chapter One – The Secret of Alchemy
A look at the origins and history of alchemy, from the Hermetic Order of
the Golden Dawn to the  gnostic fragment, “Isis the Prophetess to her son
Horus.” Conclusions are drawn about the connection between alchemy and the
astronomical nature of time. The connection points to alchemy’s common
origin with gnostic ideas about reality.

Chapter Two – Gnostic Eschatology
Alchemy emerged from the spiritual ferment of first century CE Alexandria
and is based on its gnostic and evolutionary sense of eschatology, the
return of the light from the prison of matter back to the greater Light.
Christianity supplied a focus on the historical timing of the “Kingdom of
Heaven” and became a mass movement. Unfortunately, it consumed its own
gnostics in a wave of political orthodoxy and institutionalized apocalypse.

Chapter Three – The Ancient Illuminated Science: Mystical Astronomy and the
Secret Wisdom
Gnostic movements in Judaism and Islam however survived to provide a
glimpse of the lost astronomical basis of the gnostic science of alchemy.
From the Bahir to the Kaaba to the covenant of Abraham with the God Most
High, a pattern emerges that allows us to reconstruct the astronomical core
of the ancient secret wisdom. Somehow, unique of all “alchemists,”
Fulcanelli understands at a deep level the connection between Chilaism, the
re-animation of reality as a spiritual realm, and alchemy, the animation of
matter with conscious intent.

Chapter Four – Fulcanelli and Hendaye
The mystery of Fulcanelli, his methods, his message and his identity. A
brief examination of the penultimate symbol, the enigmatic credence of
Lallemant, reveals the core of the mystery: the transformative quality of
Light. With this in mind, the authors turn to the penultimate chapter of
Fulcanelli’s masterpiece, “The Cyclic Cross of Hendaye.”

Chapter Five – The Cyclic Cross of Hendaye Decoded
A look at the Cross in the sunlight of history. Three interpretations,
Fulcanelli, Mevyrl and van Buren, lead to a closer examination of the
monument itself. The Peru Interpretation and the curious case of the Urcos
cross suggests a real catastrophe and the monument itself, once its code is
broken, points to a start date in the near future for a whole season of
galactic level events. Is it Extinction? Or Enlightenment?

Chapter Six – Fire in the Sky
The work of Dr. Paul LaViolette provides a scientific counterpoint to the
predictions of Fulcanelli and Nostradamus, giving a truly cosmic
significance to Hendaye’s monument. The season of the end of the world,
2002 to 2012, and the great cross in the heavens. Using the geometry
demonstrated by the Cross’ code a galactic level alignment and attunement
is revealed as the basic pattern of mankind’s oldest complex symbol, the
labyrinth, and its most powerful alchemical tool, the Tree of Life
projected onto the Celestial Sphere. The secret of alchemy may in fact be
the skills required to transform ourselves and our society along with the
transformation of time.

let me know what you think,

LVX,
Vincent

Date sent:             Fri, 14 May 1999 10:53:36 -0500
To:                        lark2@ozline.net
From:                    Vincent & Darlene
Subject:                Re: Berry, Grail, Chalice etc…

Dear Laura,

Here’s the outline of the second book, which is the real corker. I’m almost
finished with part one. This is the book, to a certain extent, that we are
excerpting on the web. There will be certain amount of overlap between the
two, unavoidable, but the goal is to have book one focus on Hendaye and
Fulcanelli, while book two fills in the bigger perspective.

let me know what you think.

A Monument to the End of Time
alchemy, fulcanelli and the great cross
*descriptive outline*

Introduction — The Underground Stream and Fulcanelli’s Message

An introductory tour of the major localities and monuments in the
vast, largely untold story of the underground stream, the history of
Gnostic Christianity in the west. With Fulcanelli as our guide, we unravel
the mystery of the cathedrals to find that there are other, deeper secrets
waiting to be discovered. The key to understanding the secret pattern,
Fulcanelli assures us, lies in the language of symbolism. Fulcanelli’s
masterpiece, The Mystery of the Cathedrals, can be examined in the light
just such a symbolic, or cabalistic, pattern to reveal a sophisticated and
knowledgable version of the hermetic grand theme. Fulcanelli organizes his
theme into three groups of three-in-one concepts or narratives, that of the
Theoretical Tree, the Operational Tree and the Cosmological Tree. Following
Fulcanelli’s design, this book will examine each of these Trees. The final
section goes beyond Fulcanelli, and, with the help of Nostradamus and
Leonardo da Vinci, locates the final piece of the puzzle in the lost Roman
city of Glanum.

Part One — The Theoretical Tree

One – Fulcanelli’s Milieu; Hermeticism, Surrealism and the Lost
Generation. The last initiate leaves us a message in the bottle. The
metaphor of Alchemy; transformation, transcendence and illumination. The
question of cabala versus Kabalah; William Stirling’s Canon, the Greek
cabala and the Celtic World Tree. The Djed pillar, the Tree of Life, and
the Conference of the Birds.
Two – The Sword in the Stone. An examination of the pattern
revealed by the first nine chapters in part one of Mystery of the
Cathedrals. The sword of wisdom, built from language and experience, is
extracted from the stone of the wise, whose five components could all be
found, at one time, in Notre-Dame de Paris, the Philosopher’s Church.
Three – The Tree of Life and the Path of Return. With images mostly
drawn from Notre-Dame, Fulcanelli presents a coherent view of an alchemical
Tree of Life, one that encompasses the Gnostic, and magickal, idea of the
Serpent’s Path of Return. This clear presentation of the process of an
astronomically based alchemy also reveals connections with the larger
processes inherent in the experience of illumination itself.
Four – The Planetary Seals. A collection of six images,
corresponding to the planets without the sun, from Amiens, that Fulcanelli
uses to deepen the meaning of the six sepheroths that form a hexagram
around Tiphareth, the Sun. These esoteric meanings then triangulate with
the sword in the stone pattern and the Notre-Dame pattern to produce a
precise symbolic insight into the nature of each of the planetary
intelligences.
Five – The Message: How does a Tree become a Stone and then a Star?
A look at what Fulcanelli seems to be telling us with his depiction of the
theoretical Tree. One conclusion: Alchemy is nothing like we thought it
would be.

Part Two – The Operational Tree

One – Who were the Alchemists? Our post-modern idea of alchemy as a
failed proto-chemistry is sadly ill-conceived. Newton as the last alchemist
or the first mathematical scientist; it’s all a matter of perspective. The
influence of alchemy on the birth of modern science. The Elijah the Artist
movement and the Rosecrucian Enlightment. The Rosecrucian insistence on
their knowledge coming from a group 120 years before points to the time
period in Bourges indicated by Fulcanelli.

Two – The Knights of the Round Table in Bourges. A look at what
history tells us about Jacques Coeur and Jean Lallemant. Fulcanelli
supplies a few hints to the rest of the story.

Three – Following the Lightning’s Path. Placing the Bourges images
over the Tree of Life by retracing the lightning flash pattern reveals the
three-fold mystery, the myths, the history and the initiations.
Four – The Hidden Myth, Part One — Jason, the Grail and the Garden
of Hesperides. An examination of the ancient Jason legends reveals the
origin of the quest motif, the holy grail in Medea’s cauldron of
regeneration, the original meaning of St. Christopher and its connection to
the Jason legend, as well as the story’s eerie similarity to the
Osiris/Horus/Set myths of ancient Egypt. Modern archeology has supplied us
with a locality where these separate strands, Egyptian, Celtic and Greek
overlap, the ancient trading town of Arles in Provence. A clear reading of
the older western voyage of Jason brings one to the mouth of the Rhone,
where Egyptian ruins indicate a trading establishment going back to the
early 18th Dynasty, around 1500 BCE. Arles, at the fork of the river, was a
fortified trading center when the Greeks formally arrived in the sixth
century BCE. Perhaps even named for those early ARgonauts, Arles became the
center of the early Gallo-Greek community that spread out toward the ragged
slopes of an ancient volcano a few miles to the northeast.

Five – The Hidden Myth, Part Two — Grafting the Vines; The New
Jerusalem in the West and the Family of the Grail. The Gallo-Greek
communities around Arles and Glanum joined the Roman state with Julius
Caesar in 46 BCE. By 20 CE, the Emperor Augustus was actively promoting the
migration of Hellenized Jews from Palestine and other provinces and cities
of the Empire to the new Roman town of Glanum. After the Diaspora of 70 CE,
the number of Jewish refugees increased dramatically. Along with these
refugees came many Christians, among them, perhaps, the Holy Family.
Provencal tradition relates that soon after the events in Palestine, a
shipload of Jesus’ relatives landed off the old Roman fort of Ra, near
present day Les Stes. Maries de-la-Mer. By all accounts, the group included
three Marys, covering the interwoven family of Jesus and John the Baptist.
One of the three was Mary Magdalene, first witness to the resurrection and
by Gnostic accounts, Jesus’ foremost disciple and wife. Also included were
Martha and Lazarus, members of the Magdalene’s family, a few local
Romanized Jews including Maximinius and Sidonius, the blind man from
Jericho, and, either welcoming them home or included miraculously as part
of the ship’s company, Sarah the Egyptian. Traditon relates that the group
spread out through Provence and preached the Good News with such success
that by the time of the Diaspora, barely a generation later, Provence was
at least partially converted to Christianity.

Six – The Hidden Myth, Part Three — St Christopher and Sir
Tristan: The Secret Development of Gnostic Christianity. Other than being
fragments of the larger Jason and the Golden Fleece legend, there is
nothing on the surface to connect the stories of St. Christopher and Sir
Tristan, yet according to Fulcanelli and the arcane masters of Bourges,
these two are not only related, but play an intrinsic part in the hidden
history and mythology of Gnostic Christianity in the west. With the aid of
Fulcanelli, and a little assistance from Nostradamus, it is possible to
relate these legends to their roots in the Jason story and to their
original time and place, that of the mid-first century, the early years of
Provence’s Christianization. Unraveling the mystery of King Mark, Sextus
Marcus of Glanum, not only gives us a glimpse of the Gnostic origins of the
Troubadors, who were so fond of Tristan and Isolde, but allows us to
understand the story of St. Christopher. This tale of a holy child carried
on the back of an ancient giant, the son of the monster tricked by Jason,
killed by Tristan and converted by Mary Magdalene’s sister Martha suggests
the role of a new Gnostic Saviour. A Christ by initiation and lineage just
as Jason was, he appears for an instant through the spaces of the stories,
then vanishes into the background, where he can be felt, watching and
guiding events through the centuries.

Seven – The Hidden History, Part One — From the Destruction of
Glanum to the Rise of Arthur. For more than two centuries, Christianity, an
Egyptianized Gnostic form of Christianity based on the teaching of a group
of survivors and family members, not disciples and apostles, had been
allowed to grow in Provence as merely one more form of the various late
Roman mystery cults of Isis and Horus. All this changed in the late third
century when Diocletian took it upon himself to wipe out all Christians.
Resistance by Christian communities, such as Arles and Glanum, helped put
Constantine on the Imperial throne. In 316, he rewarded Arles for its
support by making it a “second Rome.” Glanum received no such honors,
because by 316 CE, it had ceased to exist. Archeology can give no reason
for the death of what was a very substantial city, except the persecutions
of Diocletian. This suggests that Glanum was a center of Christians that
needed to be completely destroyed, not just subdued. This second Diaspora,
this time of Gnostic and now heretical Christianity, spread westward into
the hinterlands of the newly Romanized Pyrennes. From this homeland around
Mt. Mongibello, the mountain of the Good Monk deep in the Haute Pyrenees,
the reformed Glanonites, perhaps now clearly seen as a family with a
miraculous heritage, played Dark Age power politics for the next two
hundred years. In the late 5th century, they supported a pan-Celtic bid to
reconstitute the old Empire on more western and Gnostic lines made by
Artorius Rhiotomas, the High King of the “Bretons.” When this bid failed,
in a great battle near Bourges in Berry, Arthur retired to Avalon to become
the Once and Future King, while a young family member, Clovis I, picked up
the pieces and forged the Merovingian kingdom by reaching an accomodation
with Rome.

Eight – The Hidden History, Part Two — The Fall of the
Merovingians and the Lineage of the Grail. The Roman Church eventually
betrayed the Priest/Kings of the Merovingians. But a son survived the
ritual assasination of Dagobert II and became the Count of Razes in the
Pyrenees. From this sprout would come a myriad of descendents, including a
real Jewish King in the south of France, and eventually, a new Dynasty for
France and a conquering King of Jerusalem. This understanding sheds new
light on the First Crusade, the rightful King returns, as well as on the
flurry of Gothic Church building which resulted back in Europe. Abbot Suger
of St. Denis, Royal Church of the Kings of France, certainly understood the
term “gothic” to mean Jewish, as was the usage current in the mid-12th
century. He understood that the Kings of Israel were the forefathers of the
Kings of France, and encouraged the venacular referrence. A Gothic, or
Gnostic Hebrew, Christianity was sweeping through Europe, fueled by the
powerful secret that the rightful heirs to the throne of Jerusalem were
indeed descendents of that Holy Family, the sang real. This was of course
the hidden message of the Troubadors, whose poetry began in Provence and
soon swept the courts of Europe. From their center at Chateau Puivert,
“Castle of Happy Green,” where the annual Court of Miracles was held, the
Troubadors prepared the way for the revelations of the Grail Romances.

Nine – The Hidden History, Part Three — The Years Of The Grail
Romances; From a Coronation at Arles to the Martyrdom of the Cathers.
Seventy years or so into the reign of Outremer, the Latin Kingdoms of
Palestine, the line of Godfroy de Bouillon began to die out and the throne
of Jerusalem began to look good to other Merovingian twigs back in Europe,
such as the up and coming Holy Roman Emperor, Frederick Barbarossa. In
1172, he contrived a coronation as the King of Arles in the cathedral of
St. Trophime in order to give himself legitimacy as a possible King of
Jerusalem. At the gathering of Chivalry attendant on this coronation, the
seeds of the Grail Romances were released, by the Guy, or key, of Provence,
which just possibly might be the new gothic facade of St. Trophime. From
this revelation blossomed the Grail Romances of Chretien and his
continuators, and reached its clearest form with Wolfram’s Parzival in the
early 13th century. At that moment, the Imperial Roman Church launched a
crusade against the heretics of southern France. By the time the Grail
Romances had run their course, in the mid 1240’s, the Cathars of Languedoc
and the Pyrenees had been exterminated. After holding out for nine months,
long enough to smuggle out the Holy Grail of the bloodline, the Cathars
martyred themselves in a bonfire at the foot of Montsegur, the fortress
peak visible from the Court of Miracles of the Troubadors. The Grail, the
bloodline, saved from utter destruction, vanished from history into the
hidden vale of the Saviour’s Light at the foot of Mt. Mongibello, the Mt.
Zion of the Pyrenees.

Ten – The Hidden Initiations, Part One — The Underground Stream
and the Years of Darkness. From the fall of Montsegur through the
destruction of the Templars, the Black Death, the Papal Schism and the
Hundred Years War, the Grail traditions truly went underground, becoming
the esoteric stream rediscovered by Good King Rene of Provence. Rene played
a role in the rise of France sparked by Joan of Arc, his subject as Count
of Bar, and had prominent connections with the neighboring Duchy of Berry
where Charles VII ruled as King of France in the mid-1450’s. But his love
of the Grail legends came from his childhood in Provence.

Eleven – The Hidden Initiations, Part Two — The Hermetic
Renaissance of Good King Rene. Almost from his birth around midnight on
January 16-17, 1409, Rene, as the son of Louis II of Anjou and Provence,
and Yolande of Aragon, combined the hopes of the remaining strands of the
underground Grail Families. In time, he would actually become King of
Jerusalem, in title only unfortunately because Jerusalem was now part of
the Ottoman Empire, as well as Duke of Lorraine and King of the two
Sicilies. This combination of royal and political clout along with a
sensitive and artistic nature, allowed Rene considerable spiritual leverage
among the intellectuals of his era. After 1442, when Rene gave up on the
Kingdom of Naples and Sicily, he devoted his time to the Grail legends of
his native Provence. In 1448, he built the fortress church at Les Stes.
Maries de-le-Mer to honor the bones of the two Marys and Sarah the
Egyptian. In the same year, he formed the Order of the Crescent, a
chivalric order with emphasis on the Jason legends and the Grail Romances.
In the early 1450’s, Rene gave fellow member of the Order Francesco Sforza
a deck of Tarot cards as a wedding present. By 1460, the Marseilles Gypsy
Tarot was in print by the hundreds. After 1456, Rene retired to his castles
with his young wife to paint and write allegorical romances on chivalry. In
1471 he moved back to Provence, taking his considerable library with him.
In the last decade of his life, he maintained contact with an offshot of
the Order of the Crescent in Bourges, now headed, after the disgrace of
Jacques Coeur, by Jean Lallemant. For 120 years after Rene’s death in 1481,
the current remained underground as part of the growing European Invisible
College. After 1602, it emerged briefly as the Rosecrucian movement, its
connections with King Rene heavily veiled by allegory. The religious wars
of the 17th century ravaged the Rosecrucian movement, and by the rise of
the Hapsburg-Bourbons of Louis XIV, only one lonely anonymous voice was
left to transcribe the secret into stone at the small out of the way place
known as Hendaye, where the Hapsburgs and the Bourbons united in marriage.

Twelve – The Hidden Initiation, Part Three — The Chapel of
Lallemant Mansion. An analysis of what the decorations of the chapel at
Lallemant reveal about the esoteric initiations of the Order of the
Crescent and the Star, or the Rose of Isis, or the Brotherhood of the Rosy
Cross, as the groups were variously known. The chapel at Lallemant is an
early version of the Hall of the Neophytes of Golden Dawn and Rosecrucian
ceremonial magic, including the Two Pillars of Jochaim and Boaz. The
ceiling, with crossing quarter beasts, acts as an astro-alchemical
initiation pattern. The altar, and the enigmatic credence, represent the
veil of Isis and the boundary of the inner temple. The chapel, like the
temple of Solomon and the Hall of the Neophytes, was designed to symbolize
the union of micro and macro, heaven and earth, with the Cube of Space and
the structure of matter. The secret of alchemy lies in the Stars.
Thirteen – The Secret Revealed. Even with the best reconstruction
of the symbolism of Lallemant chapel, there are pieces missing that must be
supplied by the whispered, mouth to ear, instructions of the initiator. We
can reconstruct the symbols, even determine many of their meanings, but the
puzzle is incomplete without more information. Fulcanelli, and the
anonymous author of the Cyclic Cross at Hendaye, provides us with the
missing clue. Our two Trees, theoretical and operational, are worthless
without the understanding of the Cosmological Tree, the inter-relationship
of the top three sephiroths. The core of the secret, the nature of time
itself, is found in the simple images on this monument. And so the Great
Secret, hinted at by the arcane masters of Bourges, is found, hidden in
plain sight, on the town square of the small Basque resort village of
Hendaye.

Part Three – The Cosmological Tree

One – The Cyclic Cross of Hendaye. The Cross in the sunlight.
Fulcanelli and the Cross. The triad of Supernature at the top of the Tree
of Life; the Great Cross and the Tymphanum of St. Trophime in Arles.
Fantasy and Science Fiction about the Hendaye Cross, the stories of Mevyrl
and Van Buren. The mystery of the Cyclic Cross.

Two – The Cross Decoded. Applying the Tarot and other Rosecrucian
symbolism to the Cross reveals an answer, confirmed by the Voyager II
astronomy software, to the question of the double catastrophe. The monument
points to a season of galactic events beginning in the near future.

Three – The Cross Confirmed. The work of Dr. Paul LaViolette, John
Major Jenkins and others point out evidence for the truth of the Monument’s
message. A galactic alignment, beginning in 1998 and 1999 and continuing as
long as 2020, with a spike caused by the winter solstice alignment of
12/23/2012, is taking place with unknown consequences. According to Dr
LaViolette, the related event of 13,000 years ago was truly a double
catastrophe. It is very likely that this is the catastrophe which
Fulcanelli foresaw. But what does any of this have to do with Alchemy?

Four – The Gnostic Science of Astro-Alchemy. A brief reveiw of the
origins of alchemy reveals its close connection with Gnostic eschatology
and esoteric astronomy. Jason and the Holy Grail as myths about the
galactic center and time’s alignments with it throughout the Great Year.
Following suggestions from Fulcanelli and Dr. Paul LaViolette, it is
possible to see that the destiny of mankind, and its eventual illumination,
is written in the stars.

Five – The Final Initiation: The Projection of the Tree of Life on
the Celestial Sphere. From the condensed and subtle geometry of the Hendaye
Cross, and with a little help from the surviving mystery traditions such as
the Golden Dawn, it is possible to reconstruct the stained glass vase,
Mary’s urn and Medea’s cauldron of regeneration, that Fulcanelli seems to
be describing as the magnum opus of alchemy. This projection, along with
the current galactic alignment pattern, may be the key to an alchemical
transformation on a planetary basis. As we project the pattern on the
stars, the meaning of the myths we have been observing become apparent. The
final initiation makes us citizens of the galaxy.

Epilogue – Of Prophecies, Predictions and the Hidden Master.

Our story ends where it began, in the lost Roman city of Glanum
Livii, location of the fabled Blue Apples, Golden Fleece and Mort Epee of
Sir Tristan. Glanum was not rediscovered until 1921, the year in which
Fulcanelli wrote a letter congratulating his master on completeing the
great work. A new town of St. Remy de Provence,  grew up in the 8th and 9th
centuries just to the north of the pyramid and Arch of the ancient town.
Its most notable family was that of Michael Nostradamus, the famous seer of
Provence. Nostradamus, in his enigmatic quatrains, left us many clues to
the future, including the importance of our own time, the late 20th
century. Among these predictions are a half dozen or so which relate to St.
Remy de Provence, concerning a tomb of the Lion of Lions and a great
treasure in the pierced hill visible from Sextus Marcus’ monument. As
interesting as Nostradamus’ suggestions are, they take on real weight when
we examine the painting by Leonardo of St John the Baptist as Bacchus. In
the background is the hill visible from Glanum, and St. John is pointing to
an opening in the hill behind him. From clues left by King Rene,
Nostradamus and Fulcanelli, we can only conclude that this St. John is not
the Baptist, but the Gnostic Saviour, St Jean de Luz. Perhaps what
Nostradamus, Da Vinci and Fulcanelli are trying to tell us is that another
discovery, the final proof of the bloodline and the Grail legends, the Holy
Grail itself, is waiting to be found in the old volcanic hills south of St.
Remy de Provence?

LVX,
Vincent

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