Madeleine and Rennes-le-chateau, part 1.
So, what is this all about? Why have I set up a whole website about Madeleine? Well, for me it all started about the second week after Madeleine disapeared, when I became overwhelmed by this overpowering feeling that, not only was she still alive and unharmed, but that also that she held some special significance for the future. But at that time I was unsure of just what.
Now I should tell you that for many years I have had the belief that we are rapidly reaching the time of the final battle and the second coming, and I began to think Madeleine’s future return would be seen by many as a miracle, and to me a sign of said coming event. This sense was reinforced when after a few more days of pondering the significance of it all Kate and Gerry visited the Pope. Now who’s the one man in the world who can OFFICIALLY declare something as a miracle?! Also at about this time I remembered once watching a Discovery channel programme on the book ‘ The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail’ I remembered vaguely some references to the second coming on there, so I went and bought a copy, to see what I could find.
As some of you are probably aware, the book deals with the theory that Jesus and Mary Magdalene were married, had children and started a Holy dynasty, a Royal bloodline. But it seems the authors didn’t start out that way though. They were originally investigating the mystery of the small church at Rennes-le-Chateau. Apparently, during the late nineteenth century, the church was renovated, at huge expense, by the local pastor who, inexplicably, became very rich, almost overnight. It was said it would have been cheaper to have had a new church built. Money seemed no object, and he used only the finest painters and sculptors, BUT, almost all the paintings seemed to have mistakes or anomalies, apparently deliberately put in them. Latin phrases dotted around the church were also oddly spelt, with incorrect grammar. It has been said he was trying to hide something in some sort of code, but so far no one has been able to crack it. The authors then gave a couple of examples. Dealing with the paintings there is a series of fourteen paintings in a circuit around the church to do with the stations of the cross, familiar to most Catholics, i.e. the stages from Jesus’ trial and condemning to death, to his crucifixion. They pointed out that the painting at station eight had a child wrapped in a Scots tartan blanket! Can you imagine how hard I twitched when I read that!
On to the internet that instant, and for the rest of the evening, looking for sites on Rennes-le-chateau. I found an excellent one, which I had been constantly referring to until about mid-august, when it suddenly and mysteriously just disappeared, but fortunately I did save some pics from it, which I have attached. I’ll come back to the tartan blanket in a mo. The site had many images of the paintings from the church, including the one that first piqued my interest, and the next one that caught my eye was the painting from station ten.
In the lower left corner are three dice. The top two are a three and a five, the lower one a four. Madeleine was taken on the third of the fifth, aged four
The five dice has an unusual centre spot however, like it was split in half, as if it was trying to be two numbers at once, or maybe halfway between five and six. Again I’ll come back to it.
The third painting is from the front of the altar.
The website author included a close-up of the top left corner, and states that what looks like a ruin at first glance is in fact an initial M with a full-stop. The figure to the left of the M looks like a 1. If so, it could indicate first, and Madeleine is Kate and Gerry’s first born child.
There’s more. On the outside of the church, above the door, is a Latin inscription, terribellis est locus ist, or ‘This is a terrible place’ Odd thing to put on a church, don’t you think?! But imagine then, if your beloved daughter was kidnapped, you don’t know where she is or even if she’s alive. The police are desperately trying to frame you for it, the press print lies about you, the public turn against you and you get hate mail. Can you imagine being in a more terrible place?
But the most intriguing thing was his working out of the numbers involved. I wish the damn site was still up, so I could provide a link, but he does a whole lot of number crunching, using the numbers of each of the stations, to come up with the number 168, and says for some reason this number is very significant. At first I thought it was a date, 16th of August, but sadly no Madeleine in the news. Then I thought it could be 168 days. This was the 18th of October. Now this tallied up with the dice, in more ways than one. If the 5-6 dice was actually meant to be five and a half, then counting from the third of may, rather than the first, the 18th of Oct was EXACTLY five and a half months later. Also if you add up all the possible face values of the dice, 3, 4, 5, AND 6 you get 18. 18 spots in station 10. Eighteenth of the tenth. I was absolutely convinced THIS was ‘M’ day! But STILL no Madeleine. To say I was gutted when she didn’t turn up on this date would be an understatement. However, something tells me that date is still significant in all of this, we just won’t know until she is returned.