For English readers and interested people who
speak other languages we would like to apologize that all
the information which can be found here will be only
available in the Dutch language, for that is our native
It would take too much of our valuable
time to translate the results of our investigations, time we'd
rather like to spend in further investigations now that we feel
we're getting so close to our goal.
As a compensation we have written a
foreword in English so that a surfer who came by accident on our site
still gets an idea where this site is all about, and of its
When one visits the very interesting "Andrew
Gough's Arcadia" website: http://www.andrewgough.co.uk/17questions_jeanluc.html
one can read an
interview in English that Andrew Gough had with the French writer
Jean-Luc Robin and in this interview mr. Robin quotes the
words that Marie Denarnaud -------- Berenger Saunière's
house-keeper -------- should have spoken to the children after Sunday
school where she was a teacher in Catholic matters, years after
father Saunière had died:
"my poor kids, if you only
Ever since she has spoken these
words the big question is what she possibly could have meant by
saying them. Anyhow, one thing seems quite clear to us, it must have been
a religious matter, for she spoke them after finishing a Catholic
In our present days in which the
churches are getting less crowded each time one pays them a visit and in
which mathematics appears to be a new kind of
religion lots of people attempt to understand the
words of Marie and the mystery of the priest of Rennes-le-Chateau, what it
was all about, and every one of them is surprised by failing to
be able to apprehend the heart of the matter. One can still find lots of
clues but each time when there is a new one found the mystery
only appears to become more incomprehensible.
Yet, in the times of our dear
father Saunière and his predecessors there were several people able to
reveal the secret for themselves. Although they took all the answers
on the questions we are now looking for with them into their
However, there is one thing
those discoverers of the 'treasure' ---- those for who the mystery
lost its secrets --------had in common, they were all
When one realizes this
particular fact and then recalls the words of Marie Denarnaud at the
end of that particular day at Sunday school it becomes clear that the
whole mystery ------ and that treasure ------- has to
be of spiritual origine !
Spirituality is a priests
profession, they have dedicated their whole life to it.
Roman Catholic Priests perhaps
even just a little bit more than other clergymen for the specific
sacrifices they have to bring for their particular profession. (for
Spiritual matters, however, are
the least easy to prove. And proven facts are what the most researchers
nowadays are wishing for so that they can publish their discovery
and get maybe all the attention they were hoping for. And most
of all, to make it easier to believe them. (the Thomas
One of the reasons by
which the hunger of provable facts became such a hot item
in the Rennes-le-Chateau affaire today is the very daring hypotheses
uttered by some of todays researchers. There has been spoken, for example,
of extra-terrestrials and ufo's who paid this particular place a
visit because they should have a certain interest.
And off course there is the
story of a complete bloodline of Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalen of who the
descendants today should be alive in certain 'royal'
---------Off course we won't deny that
this couldn't be possible but we don't believe that this can ever be
proven, for city halls where they keep archives didn't exist in these
days. And for the E.T.'s and their U.F.O's ......we can't say it is
imposible for we are also convinced that humans don't have to be the only
intelligent creatures in the universe. But we don't see a direct link with
the Rennes-le-Chateau affaire. What we DO believe however is perhaps
even more incredible although it seems
But hypotheses like these just
mentioned made that a lot of people didn't believe anymore in the
seriousness of the whole affaire, one started to believe that
it was all just a clever trick to earn a lot of money by selling books or
other stuff about the matter.
Just give the people what
they are longing for, bread and games. That idea worked in the time of the
Roman emperors and it still does.
Dan Brown's bestseller 'The da
Vinci code' seemed to prove this and was more ot less responsable
for the fact that there appears to exist two 'camps' among the
One camp started to say that al
these hypotheses with a spiritual tendency were nothing more then 'mumbo
jumbo' and they had nothing to do with the real mystery.
Off course that is the easiest way
to shift matters, but they could never be so
Sometimes the easiest way is the right
way, but not always.
Let's return to the matter 'proven
facts', can everything of worth in a human life always be proven? Can one
prove by facts the love one can feel for another person?
Spirituality is an inseparable part of
human life although it is just this subject what can be very easy abused.
The history of human civilization is full of examples to underline
This complicated situation makes
the mystery of Rennes-le-Chateau into an enormous Jigsaw puzzle
where one can possibly find everywhere a new part of it. And
sometimes at the most improbable places
It reminds us a bit at the story of the
Egyptian Goddess Isis who had to look everywhere for the bodyparts of her
husband-brother Osiris after that another brother Seth had cut him
in pieces. She was able to retrieve all the parts of her beloved
husband except for one, perhaps one of the most important parts of the
body of Osiris concerning the production of off spring. His Fallus.
Isis had as a Goddess the gift of
healing and she was able to put all the parts together again ( unlike poor
Humpty-Dumpty ) But she had to create herself a new fallus for Osiris.
After she had done so it worked perfectly the way it should for they got a
son together, the falcon-god Horus. The one-eyed god ------- like
the german god Odin --------who lost an eye in a fight by taking revenge
on Seth, the murderer of his father.
What do we want to say by telling all
this now? First of all to stay very open-minded and to look at even the
most improbable places for pieces of the puzzle. It is important to stay
broad-minded, by which we naturally don't mean to be naïve.
If one is starting to get an
idea of the picture all the pieces of the puzzle are revealing
------for example the body of Osiris -------- and at the end
there are just one or two pieces still missing ------ at
the place where his fallus should be ----- we think one has
permission to create the missing part him or herself. Off
course it can't be proven than that it really was there but when it
functions it functions. (Could Isis prove that Osiris had a
fallus? ) Perhaps when one has reached
this point one just knows.......and THAT is spirituality.
As is the whole story of Isis and
Osiris. Who are gods with a behaviour similar
like us people with a very human nature.
By the way, the whole story of
Rennes-le-Chateau seems to have a sort of link with the old Egyptian
religion. Which is not as strange as it seems for the whole story of Jesus
and Mary Magdalen has Egyptian roots. There are plenty of written
sources which can prove that. The Egyptians left us, as a very spiritual
people, lots of very provable monuments which they built because they had
a certain spiritual idea.
We only want to say by this is that
one will NEVER find the answers if one is only looking for
provable facts, things which are directly visible when found.
Because even when one has found then a certain phenomenon one won't
be able to comprehend why it was there and why it was perhaps created
because therefore one has to understand the spiritual background of its
creators. In it's broadest sense.
Boundaries are most of the time a
human invention to make things clear and often they have their usefull
meaning, but one may never forget they can also present a
limitation. It can likewise function as a sort of prison. The Christians
of the first century detested certain boundaries, proves of that can be
found plenty in the gnostic gospels which probably present the
best Jesus and Mary Magdalen's own religious ideas.
As for the Rennes-le-Chateau mystery,
this has it's place in the heart of Cathar land and the Cathars were
a very SPIRITUAL people with gnostic roots.
We believe that one can only get a clear
vision of what it is all about when one looks for all the indications, the
provable facts in monuments, artefacts, paintings, geometry etc. and
the spiritual ideas which accompanies them. One has to know the history
and the theology to be able to understand the meaning of it.
And then all of a sudden even the story
of Dan Brown, the da Vinci code, appears to be a significant
part of the puzzle. For it is based for a great part on the research
of Lynn Picknett and Clive Prince which can be found in there book
'the Templar revelations'.
But even David Wood adds one
little piece to the puzzle when he speaks of Nut's vagina, in a
sacred geometry. That is just one of the many things we
found out. Every story, as unlikely as it sometimes may seem, can
represent a piece of the big
In 1992 we started to intensify
our study of the religious roots of humanity and soon after
we got automatically in touch with the mystery of
Rennes-le-Chateau. For us it appeared to be a significant part of
the puzzle on which we were working and there hasn't been a single day
since that we are not thinking of it.
Like the priests of the mystery
we also had to bring certain sacrifices to follow this certain
path but we wouldn't have it any other way.
All the results of our researches from
then till now can be found here in the Chaos cronicles, but at this moment
only in Dutch for we don't have enough time to translate it all in
English. Although we are willing to answer certain questions in English if
there should be any. ( contact ) Perhaps it is possible just by looking at
some of the pictures to get an idea what our discoveries are
But for now we will continue in