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Eric Tull alias Roscoe has demonstrated consistently on this forum how ignorant he is about the subject matter of the Priory of Sion and Rennes-le-Chateau. Time after time his points have been answered - and time after time his response has been to ignore those replies AND THEN to pretend that there were no responses to his points.
There is nothing that can be done with people like this.
His website is an embarrassing litany of error after error.
This webpage of hishttp://www.rose-croix-veritas.com/de_ch ... ocence.htm
claiming that Philippe de Cherisey never claimed to have created the parchments during his lifetime is a laughing stock. The errors on that webpage are substantial to say the very least and it is no good trying to counter his behaviour because Eric Tull will simply repeat his style - that is, ignore the replies to his points and then to pretend that there were no replies to his points.
Only today, Eric Tull claimed that Philippe de Cherisey's CIRCUIT was a magazine, then a journal, before finally being a Pierre Plantard journal that Philippe de Cherisey contributed to.
Wrong on all counts.
Just like Eric Tull is wrong on all counts on this webpagehttp://www.rose-croix-veritas.com/de_ch ... ocence.htm
An embarrassing Litany of error after error.
Quote from Wikipedia:
The Statutes and Registration Documents of the Priory of Sion were deposited on 7 May 1956, while the first issue of its journal Circuit is dated 27 May 1956 (in total, twelve numbers of the journal appeared). Considering the political instability of the French Fourth Republic, the objectives of the journal were regarded with suspicion by the local authorities. It was indicated as a "Bulletin d'Information et Défense des Droits et de la Liberté des Foyers HLM" ("News Bulletin for the Defence of the Rights and the Freedom of Council Housing"). Indeed, some of the articles took a political position in the local Council elections. Others attacked and criticized property developers of Annemasse. It also opposed the gentrification of the area. The offices of the Priory of Sion and the journal were at Plantard's council flat.
CIRCUIT stands for:
Chevalerie d'Institutions et Règles Catholiques d'Union Independante et Traditionaliste: