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« on: January 20, 2011, 11:36:06 am »
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Albert Fagioli (see:

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), gave new information, which have the advantage of providing a different look on this exciting quest and to highlight some elements that had remained hidden until now.
Mr. Fagioli have discovered a Templar castle near Langatte (location of the hole) through the aerial survey of the possibilities offered by Google Earth. The latter was apparently unknown until then. See the satellite photos below, using information from Mr. Fagiloi.
From his observations, it appears that a subway connecting the right tower of the castle to the crypt which is in the area circled in yellow, near the farm and the famous Fundenhoff hole discovered nearby.

The latter, unlike the hole which is Langatte formed by a natural collapse, there was dug more than thirty years by the owner of the farm. Three underground appear from around the hole: one toward the farm Fundenhoff, second lowest in the park to Imling, perhaps he leads also to the old castle Imling and a third, who took over management of Langatte without reaching the open hole in a field of this county, not far from another farm, called the Misselhoff, where there was an old castle or a Commandery of Knights Templar ( Teutonic thereafter).


This denier lead to a large underground crypt or rather a big underground room about 8 square meters 15. Similarly, in the extension of the crypt, another underground branches off to the west.
Note that in the area of the castle discovered, two other departures from underground have been regained.
In the photos, we can easily distinguish the shape of the castle, and the large circular tower in the area marked with a red circle. Apparently there would be four departures from this underground castle by Albert Fagioli, including three starts since the turn right. The first would take the lead Langatte hole, the second that of the crypt near the farm Fundenhoff and third lead to rinting. Finally, note that this very old castle, which was perhaps built on an old Gallo-Roman, is just near the old Roman road which connected Divodurum (Metz) to Argentorum (Strasbourg).

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« Reply #1 on: January 20, 2011, 11:41:02 am »
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way cool!!!!!! thanks Luc Great Great Great

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Hello and Thanks you Bomber

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keep'um coming buddy,great reading

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« Reply #4 on: January 21, 2011, 06:08:02 am »
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Hello Luc

As always thanks for the interesting post.

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My pleasure HardLuck, many thanks

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« Reply #6 on: March 08, 2011, 01:45:41 am »
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As an image analyst I can tell you that your castle is nothing more that varying moisture content in that field. I can slo tell yo that the imgery does not idicate in subterranean tunnels betwee the points you indicate in your text. Given the tiemfram and the techiques employed during the timeframe you speculate the spoils from said tunnels would be located at one end or the other. Even a modest diameter tunnel would create a significant mound and no such mound is evident in the imagery.

Tunnels excavated would need support materials, be they timber or stone (stone more likely) Remnants that would also be surface apparent. I see nothing in this imagery supporting the connections as you have written.

But, keep it coming. The story is priceless and with all the Templar hoopla here in US we are very guillable.
They say the truth is out there, question is where?

PS  Roman roads were not only paved with stone, they were fitted with drainage ditches, and for the most part straight as arrows to allow rapid horse and chariot movements.  The technology was supreme for the time and their evidence of existence easy to discern even to this day where they were not reused and prepaved and overlain with modern roadwasy and materials. 

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Hey edjcox

Thank you for your clarification, the trace in the land is actually an assumption on the existence of foundations of the castle. Matter to follow, but do not forget that many underground exist in this area.

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