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« on: December 24, 2018, 11:30:57 am »
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I am posting here to inform everyone that has been researching the mystery of Rennes Le Chateua to stop  Fight and take a look at the final location that I have found.

In the hills of a fabled land once called Acadie, a major discovery was made to locate a missing piece of French History, to connect the trails of clues that these men left behind....to find the Vault that they created to house the remnants of their most prized treasures of a religious order that they forged, called the Order of the Helm.

A group of men were brought together to sail the route to the new territories in 1606, under the direction of Samuel D' Champlain, Francis Bacon, Nicolas Poussin, and David Teniers.  With the Knights of Christ of Spain and Portugal, they sailed to the New World accompanying Champlain on a Special Mission to re-inter these relics in the New World.

Along the way they left an incredible journey in arrays of stone carvings, to lead the followers of this mystery to a final location, set over 150' off the ground in a vault carved into the side of a cliff.  It was a very complex difficult feat to accomplish.

This is the story of their adventure and the documentation of the locations that were chosen along a set course, that was encrypted into the paintings of Poussin and Teniers.  The evidence that documents the origins of this mystery from Rennes Le Chateau can be found at the end at the base of the cliff, where a mark in the rock was found that matches the exact look of the seal on one of the fabled parchments that began the tale.

I post this as evidence of my research in forensic cryptography, exploration, and dedication to solving the mystery, to stimulate the creation of a full documentary that begins in Rennes, and finishes in New France, where the men set the most imposing obstacles in the way of finding this single location.  I want to finally create a full documentary of the locations that were chosen and show the majestic arrays and rock art to the world in hopes these can be made into a UNESCO World Heritage Location and be recognized as the first International effort made in the new colonies that was used to create the first settlements here.  Hopefully the research I have done can one day be seen to show how this incredible location was chosen, as it is surrounded by massive veins of Silver and Gold, with Rose Quartz and other fine minerals around the area.  They chose to inter their relics in a Vault in a place that was once mined by the Spanish and Portuguese before the French had arrived.

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Posted on: December 24, 2018, 11:17:33 am
The location is set along a ridge that takes a good 45 minutes to climb from the road, and when at the base, you look up to see an incredible sight.  The Sword, The Shield, and the Guardian Knight carved around the mark on the parchment the cliff side.


I have never in my life seen anything like this

But this is only one location of a dozen or so that exist along a trail of them here.

It's the first climb in America, and one of the most incredible hikes to take as it carries a story with it that is well known and one can relive the movement here.

Posted on: December 24, 2018, 11:23:33 am
Here's a sort of Intro Pitch from my work so far......I take a tour with the local State Archaeologist to the sites to identify the Human Presence in the carvings and chart the course to the vault through matching the markings to points of reference on the maps of Vermont.

He was impressed

We then go to the footage of the rigging of the routes up to set anchors for a film documentary crew to come with....

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Posted on: December 24, 2018, 11:29:25 am
Here's a working link to the Pilot

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1qHEC8q16Y" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1qHEC8q16Y</a>


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