Secrets of the Poussin Code and Gullibility
1. Nicolas Poussin based the Louvre version of his painting "Shepherds of Arcadia" on sacred geometry ---- it does not matter that there are no sketches or drawings extant by the artist that demonstrate that ANY of his paintings are based on geometry --- just keep believing it, because it sounds more exciting.
2. Nicolas Poussin copied the Louis Lawrence Tomb in "Shepherds of Arcadia" --- despite the fact that the Louis Lawrence Tomb was only constructed in 1933 and Poussin's painting dates from about the mid 17th century (Adrien Bourrel's testimony cannot be trusted and Pierre Jarnac was a liar).
3. Do not worry about the fact that the Louis Lawrence Tomb contained the relatives of Louis Lawrence --- thus explaining its origin and reason for its construction in the first place --- and do not worry about the fact that the Louis Lawrence Tomb did not contain the phrase "Et In Arcadia Ego" ---- or the rock on which the Shepherd in Poussin's painting rested his foot upon.
4. Do not worry about the fact that the two landscapes --- in Poussin's painting and at Les Pontils --- do not match. Just keep quiet about that point.
5. Do not worry about the fact that roadside tombs are a common feature in France, and that another roadside tomb is situated close to where the Louis Lawrence Tomb once existed.
6. The Louis Lawrence Tomb must be older than 1933 because "Poussin" is mentioned in the Large "Parchment" that was created by Philippe de Cherisey during the early 1960s. It's best to believe that Philippe de Cherisey's Large "Parchment" is genuine because it sounds more exciting. The Louis Lawrence Tomb was the "Poussin Tomb" dating from the mid-17th century and Philippe de Cherisey's Large "Parchment" is also genuine.
7. The 1656 letter by the Abbe Louis Fouquet relating to Poussin having knowledge that "kings would have great pains to draw from him" was a reference to the Louis Lawrence Tomb and to Rennes-le-Chateau. And to nothing else (like for example the artist's ability to create forgeries --- Nicolas Fouquet was given a life sentence over crimes relating to embezzlement).