Paul J. SAUSSEZ a écrit:
FIRST OF ALL LET ME FIRST STATE THAT THIS IS NOT COMING FROM PHILIPPE DE CHERSIEY BUT FROM A PAPER HELD BY JEAN LUC CHAUMEIL WHO HAS BEEN KNOWN TO HAVE ATTEMPTED TO SELL FAKE DOCUMENTS IN THE PAST. THIS DOCUMENT HAS HANDWRITING SIMILAR TO THAT OF PHILIPPE DE CHERISEY'S
Paul J. SAUSSEZ a écrit:
I'll scrutinize your web page !
roscoe a écrit:
Please do. Unlike Smith I'm not afraid to be challenged.
Here is an extract from your web page:"... it has been found that the phrase on the tomb is a direct anagram of the final result with PS PRAECUM removed. This incredible fact has not been alluded to by Philippe de Chèrisey in Stone and Paper and we can only assume from this is that it wasn't alluded to because he didn't know about it. In other words Philippe de Chèrisey was not the original author as indeed Plantard had been saying all along. It is clear that the document which Jean Luc Chaumeil has in his possession is nothing more than Philippe de Chèrisey's own attempt to solve the puzzle himself."On the contrary, Chérisey clearly alludes to the anagram in "Pierre et Papier":
"..I would like to have the reader observe that a prodigious phenomenon occurs, which no logical brain has been able to explain: after composing text A with text B to obtain text C, which, confronted with text D, gives text E, it so happens that text E is the exact anagram of text D, i.e. composed of the same letters..."
This does not allude to the fact that de Cherisey composed the phrase BERGERE PAS DE TENTATION.......etc. He is admitting nothing here.
But I will amend my website accordingly.
"...wouldn't it be prodigious if, at the end of all this work, we could but reconstitute the funerary text ? Prodigious and perfectly stupid... May our reader rest assured: another text is to be discovered and it is an anagram of the tombstone."
"Common opinion has it that abbé Bigou, parish priest of RLC in 1781 and author of the epitaph, also composed this amusement. Such is not our opinion: the anagram was composed in our time and includes a signature which we shall discover when analysing the decoded text."
Nowhere here is de Cherisey admitting he made the whole thing up.
Chérisey is fully aware that the headstone had been engraved by Bigou around 1781 (I personally think Bigou engraved the epitaph around 1792, but this is irrelevant). He clearly states elsewhere that the engraving is the starting point of his process. He is of course alluding to himself when he says that the anagram was composed "in our time", meaning 1965. The signature, as Chérisey explains it, are the words "A MIDI" because they sound like his stage name "AMEDEE"
This is entirely consistent with my original theory that the document. Stone and Paper is de Cherisey's own attempt to decipher the text himself.
So the statement at the bottom of the webpage de Cherisey innocence
Philippe de Chèrisey wasn't the author of the parchments