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« on: December 16, 2009, 02:15:40 am »
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The country of the Verdon is located at the crossroads of the VAR and the Alps de Haute Provence ( FRANCE), it fascine by the imposing landscapes of its throats and the large canyon framed by gigantic cliffs limestones.

We are in 1916, some share within the Russian empire, young Polish, Georges Marcolla, discovers in the library of his father, a handwritten ticket hidden between the layers of a book of prayers in French.
On this ticket a message was registered which can be translated as follows:
?In the undergrounds of the old castle of Valley of Cross the treasure about the Templars is. Goes and seeks. The Saint and Truth will show the way to you.?
His father, a judge with the service of the Tsar, assure him the authenticity of this treasure and advises to him to follow its destiny.

Intrigued by the attitude of his father, a discrete monitoring shows him that his/her father discreetly receives strange characters whom it calls ?Brothers?. Conspirators? Members of an initiatory fraternity?
The revolution Bolshevik then finally the second world war involves our man on the way of the exile.

During this forced exile, one of his friends lends a book to him in which he learns that in Provence, a templar fortress was demolished by the troops of the king near Castellane. Strange coincidence which starts again its interest for the south of France and the unknown castle.
Occurs the release, and here our man on the roads of France in search of its castle.
It finds it in 1952, in a lost valley, with the limit of the VARand the Low-Alps close to Trigance: Valcros, Valley of the Cross into of Provence, is an old castle of the 11th century, given up, almost ruins some with, miraculously preserved, ?l' interior of the vault a large table of a Saint with the inscription ?Veritas?.
Persuaded to be on the spot even message, it decides to remain there and buys the property as well as the surrounding grounds. Hunting for the treasure can start?

I put below two screenshots of Google Earth and of G?oportail on which I positioned the various place names registers on the painted table of C?lestin Saint.


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In spite of the assistance of radiesthesists, indicators as well as the collaboration of large treasure hunters, this one will be never discovered.

A remark while passing, the ticket could completely indicate other places. The ruins of the castle of Blanchefort for example, since we know that at the 18th century, one gave also the name of ?Valley of the Crosses? to Rennes the Baths.

Painting of C?lestin Saint

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The painting-message of Saint-C?lestin evokes by morphology
of the Saint contours of the zone of the Verdon delimited by Soleils-Trigance,
Jabron, Bourguet and Robion, Valcros
being included in this perimeter.

The analysis of this painting in a scientific laboratory of Brussels would have revealed 300 Latin inscriptions, invisible with the naked eye.

It is however necessary to note a mistake in interpretation on the Saint of the table, it is actually a question of Saint Augustin who is represented with his traditional attributes (stick, blazing heart?) and not of Saint
C?lestin.

From which does this confusion come?

Does it have a relationship with this secrecy?

The mystery remains?

The island of the Watchers according to A. Weysen

The Island of the Watchers, that Strabon located at the confluence of the rivers Ouaron and Kaouaron, is located according to Alfred Weysen, between the rivers the Verdon and Jabron with for center Valcros, a high place about the Temple, always according to Weysen.

This place is surrounded by cut faces of hand of man, of the guards in awakening, who watch for, motionless like supervising and defending the accesses of the Island.

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Always according to Weysen, nine vaults carrying of the names of saints surround the zone of the commandery of Valcros. It is about:
- Trophime Saint,
- Etienne Saint,
- Maur Saint,
- Saint Pierre,
- Saint Laurent,
- Holy Anne,
- Roch Saint,
- Jean Saint,
- Julien Saint.


These saints would have a relationship with the Temple and the initial ones of these new vaults form word TEMPLARII.
The problem it is that all these vaults do not date from the time templi?re. The vault Saint Roch in Trigance was built in 1643 after the great epidemic of plague? Today, Trigance perpetuates the tradition by dedicating the employers' festival to Saint-Roch, and each year a mass is celebrated in the vault on August 16th.

An enigmatic inscription on a cliff

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With the locality ?the bridge of Evescat?, between Jabron and Bourguet, an inscription is engraved on cliff bordering the old track templi?re. This inscription would locate an entry of the immense underground field in which the treasures of the temple would be hidden.

Researchers would have carried out a translation of this inscription, here with the reserves of use:
?Hello you are here in the grounds of the true cross
Celestial dominating Eternity yawns with languid clearness?

Documents discovered in a vault

In 1942, two shepherds accompanied by a young boy discover hidden in the wall of the vault of the castle of Valcros two tubes sealed with wax containing of strange documents compiled on sheepskins.

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As you can note it, these documents, in addition to various drawings and symbols comprise Latin writings, in Greek, but also in a perfectly unknown language.
The part in Latin was quickly translated. It is about an extract of the chapter II of the Acts of the Apostles which ends in the strange sentence: ?they are not this world??

Various researchers have boards on these documents, each one going there of its own interpretation, more or less founded, more or less whimsical.

These documents have seems it disappeared from circulation, and even if some claim to have them, the latter cannot bring any formal evidence of it.

Introduction to templar cryptography

We know historical source that the Templars had become Masters in the art of cryptography. During the lawsuit, the tutor of the Temple of Nemours revealed that it had informed more than four hundred brothers in the secret writings.

Two different encodings survived until our days:
- a coding in the form of geometrical signs drawn from believe known as ?of the 8 blisses?, the cross of the initiates of the Temple.

This kind of coding, based on slightly different forms, was adopted by the Frank Masons at the 18th century.

- a secret aphabet which was found in Scotland and which one allots to Roncelin de Fos.

This aphabet was also used by Marie Stuard to communicate.

There exists of different forms of encodings used by the Templars, but alas their secrecies seem lost well.

I would put soon elements of the history of Templars relating to the sector of the Verdon.

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« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2009, 07:59:57 am »
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Hi Luc, thank you for sharing. I found the content very interesting and spent more time than I would like to admit, comparing the painting to the maps of the region. Sue

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« Reply #2 on: December 18, 2009, 09:58:58 am »
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Hi Sue,

Thank you Sue, I am delighted that this subject interested you. There is indeed also in this area of the Alps de Haute Provence not badly of places to enigmas.

I put another chart made in 1780 by the brothers Cassini, where I surrounded the names which one sees on the picture  of Saint C?lestin .
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« Reply #3 on: December 24, 2009, 09:04:00 am »
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Thanks for the link - the picture  of Saint C?lestin with the disguised landscape and words still mystifies me - ok, maybe it doesn't take too much to do that <laugh> Valley looks impenetrable - I imagine many people would not be there. Sue

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That's very interesting Luc good reading Thanks

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« Reply #5 on: December 24, 2009, 10:25:15 am »
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Hi Sue, you are right this place has become one instead of mysticism, many people go on these rocks to put either small Tibetan flags or to await the arrival of aliens, for communicating with the beyond, but also many Hikers interested or not the historical past of this place. It is surprising to see that where a historical fact seems to have happened, it always attracts a crowd of onlookers.

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Hello All,

I was wondering, why is the cliff inscription considered to be a knights templar thing? Didn't the Knights templar start in the 1100s? But this inscription looks like it references the year 929.

I would like to post what I think it says (partially complete). I also would like to know if there are better pictures out there. I noticed the portion which appears to be a hand drawing, under the cliff pics, which shows a headstone. The headstone is not visible in the picture. Is there a picture which has the headstone in it? The headstone does make sense. Oh, also, I did not read the replies to this post yet...so if my information matches anyone who has already posted here, then that is both cool and a coincidence.

This is my attempt at reading the cliff writing: True King IV Be, 929 (referencing Louis IV of France). the wobbly line may indicate seas. I am not entirely certain of the second set of numbers and letters on the first line, still trying to decide if certain letters are or are not in use. The second line appears to be an update. It says something akin to the date Louis IV was crowned (19th of June) I donít know what the 4- Ė part indicates yet, and there may be some letters that were obscured by the crack.

I do not know the reason for the "A".  I also do not have an opinion on the tombstone part, since I have not seen it in a photograph. However, if it indicates a 3rd line, then it likely is a third update for the king, who died in 954, and was interred in the Abbey of Saint-Remi.

I look forward to seeing replies.

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