Paul J. SAUSSEZ a écrit:
There is absolutely no link from Marie de Nègre's epitaph to "BERGERE PAS DE TENTATION..." other than the anagram created by de Chérisey.
Unless of course the "parchments" were "genuine"!
And this is the pathetic response that you will get from the believers!
--- "Parchments" allegedly composed by the Abbe Bigou - Abbe Bigou a Catholic priest who did not understand Latin because the "parchments" contain many spelling mistajes that could only have been committed by someone who did not understand Latin.
--- The all-important Large "Parchment" contains a Latin translation dating from 1890 and Abbe Bigou died in 1794.
--- The all-important Large "Parchment" omits the letter W from its decoding technique in an attempt to make more realistic the allegation that it was composed by the Abbe Bigou - yet had Philippe de Cherisey been a better forger who really understood Latin, he would have picked a Latin text that was older than 1890 to serve this purpose!
--- The whole combination of elements - the article from SESA, the inclusion of the Latin from the base of Sauniere's 1887 Main Altar, the inclusion of the Plantard Trademark 1960s Motto PS PRAECUM into the actual decoding technique - shows that this was all a modern creation perpetrated by dodgy people who came across this subject matter with a specific agenda in mind - and there are of course also the numerous letters dating from the 1960s between Philippe de Cherisey, Pierre Plantard and Gerard de Sede that concern the origin of the "parchments" that Jean-Luc Chaumeil did not reproduce in "Testament du Prieure de Sion".
There are the facts outlining that it is all a hoax.
The case for the "parchments" being genuine is nothing more than a joke and a laughing stock.