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Data 21/10/2012 14:22  Autor Andrzej_Struski  Klikniêæ 2925  Jêzyk Global


We have been acquainted with this mystery  for the last several years but the present time is so extraordinary that we decided to publish it. Uncovering this and a couple of other mysteries in the Pyrenees region were possible thanks to our remarkable inner features which are at our disposal thanks to our Merovingian ancestry and being the House of Graal heirs. There were numerous cases when we discovered historic artifacts just like we would exactly know them and were aware where they are hidden. Thanks to those predispositions we uncovered all of the major mysteries, the great majority of them have already been published, the rest will see the light of the day soon. 

"Our archeological discoveries have been reported to DRAC Montpellier and moreover a written notice to the Minister of Culture, France has been sent."

In accordance with law, we present our hypothesis connected with; -


Mary Magdalene’s tomb in Pyrenees, a place exceptionally well hidden and searched for in various parts of Europe. The mystery of that place is keep in strict confidence by those whom  opening the tomb of Mary Magdalene – Christ’s wife, would ruin the whole property, providently accumulated for the last two thousand years. Many has been searching for it while it is peacefully situated on a  mountain slope from which Magdalene’s spring comes out of. Is it only an accidental discrepancy that the Magdalene’s spring comes out of a mountain on which the tomb of Mary Magdalene is hidden as well?

There exist only scant information which would indicate this place; four old signs and a couple of clues left by parsons H. Boudet and B. Sauniere. Those old signs have been carved in a rock and despite the fact that they are particularly noticeable (at least one of them) that did not inform anyone before us. Parsons’ clues also did not appeal to any of the researchers. They are not keys waiting for someone to open the doors. Those signs itself and their indications’ purport is transitory, ambiguous and linked to various myths.

We also were not led by those signs to the place where the tomb entrance is hidden but the one on the round rock was meaningful enough for me.


Fot 1. / A star in a circle structured from ffourour letters M.


I had not doubts when I saw a star in a circle structured from four incircled letters M. It was not the first such a star, earlier in the Rennes les Bains region I saw different, altogether I have discovered almost twenty but only that one possesses this extraordinary purport. I did  not enter the tomb as it is a soil-covered entrance to a Celtic temple which is indicated by signs carved in rock above the entrance.

The fact that I only feel was not a sufficient proof. We have also discovered signs and clues, perhaps all of the indicators which were left in the form of a message arranged centuries ago. The first sign aimed at directing us towards the tomb or the star with four letters M. Its location was not random and the choice of site allow for connecting it with a completely different issue and thanks to that gained other meaning.


Fot. 2/ A sign on a stone seat, which was used by priestly class- Druids. It has been made as an ornament and nothing special links it to Mary Magdalene and the place of her eternal rest. It possesses only one detail which is distinguishing in the whole sign image. One of the two diagonal lines forming the “X” symbol on the vertical cross beam is longer and it shows the direction where the star in a circle has been carved.

The remaining two signs are also carved in this seat. On the front part of a seat two signs are placed evoking allusions to manuscripts, which the parson from Rennes le Chateau – B.Sauniere has found during conservational works more than one hundred years ago. Those manuscripts are regarded as writings hiding some mysteries linked to the House of Christ and Magdalene.


Fot. 3/A characteristic triangle, noticeable above the left armchair backrest.

Fot. 4/ A sign carved above the right armchair’s backrest, it is used in the text of both manuscripts as the letter M (Magdalene). In one of the manuscripts this sign together with a triangle constitutes a heading. Such a usage of those two signs in manuscripts and here on the armchair is an unambiguous indication that those signs are linked to Christ and Magdalene. The left armchair’s backrest is compatible with an indicated direction which means that the peculiarly shaped M indicated a place connected with Magdalene.


Fot. 5 / This manuscript has got a heading, which consists  of those two signs. Apart from the symptomatic usage of the letter M and a triangle is possesses also characteristic numbering of verses. It is possible that that numeration has got common features with H. Boudet’s cipher. 


Fot. 6/ This manuscript in its text has got distinguishing letters M.

Placing those two signs on a stony seat (nowadays it is called ‘devil’s armchair’), where the sign indicating the direction to the tomb, is of great importance. It links the indicated direction with Magdalene ‘telling’; - there where the longer line “X” indicates is something which is connected with the house of Christ and Magdalene. Those four modest signs indicate so little but much at the same time. They are modest and ambiguous enough in relation to various linked myths that nobody apart from us deciphered their adequate meaning.

Apart from those four signs, there exist also other information which have been presented a hundred years ago by both parsons.

H. Boudet, a parson of a local parish, devoted several dozen years in order to leave information which will survive until our times and among various intricate messages the most crucial ones connected with the mysterious place in the mountains will remain hidden.

Parson Boudet left numerous written publications including various mysterious references. However, nothing specific stems from any of them. He also left a sign from beyond the grave. Paradoxically, on Magdalene’s tomb he talks about his own grave. On a tombstone where apart from him also his brother has been buried , who was also preoccupied with Pyrenees mysteries, the parson ordered carving distinguishing inscriptions.


Fot. 7/ Noticeable on the stone book (it is how this part of slab is called) a sign of the letter M placed on one side.


Fot. 8/ Inscriptions visible on this tombstone have got one idiosyncratic feature. The inscriptions on the right side are of a different form than those on the left side. Here we have got a direct reference to the manuscript with numbered verses. Inscriptions on the right side, connected with parson H. Boudet are gathered in 14 verses while those on the left side concerning Edward – his brother, in the last arched verse consists of 14 letters. Engraved letters only to some extend correspond to the letter’s shape which ought to be located there. Such a method of inscription’s carving is greatly mysterious and the last verse on the left side is a total cipher. Only two letters in that particular verse are properly shaped, the rest are slant or straight lines which have nothing in common with writing.

Additionally, the arched form of a verse would enforce seeking for some hidden information.

Here a question ought to be stated: what kind of information can we expect in such a mysterious poem?

The only reasonable explanation of that issue is the relation of number of signs included. There are 14 of them, the text on the right side of the tombstone has also got 14 verses and as many mysteriously numbered verses can be found in the manuscript whose heading is connected with Magdalene. What is more, the same signs which constitute the manuscript’s heading accompany on the stone armchair the indicator which shows where the four M star is situated. Moreover, other element of tombstone inscriptions also relates to the one with M, by means of peculiar engraving the letter M, which is leaning on its side, situated on a stone book.

The conclusion tells us that those 14 signs from the arched verse bears some connection with a mountain which is indicated as the one where Magdalene’s tomb is hidden. Arched form of a verse can bear some resemblance to semicircular slope on which a series of rocks is situated.

If this is exactly the case, it means that those signs tell us about the existence of two rocks or rock accumulation. It stems from the fact that two among the 14 signs are engraved one on another or the other way round; one of the signs is engraved below.

To sum up, among all of the rocks which rest on the mountain slope two are of major importance for the location of Magdalene’s tomb.  Taking into consideration that only one of them is denoted with a star consisting of 4 letters M, the second one has to be situated in immediate surroundings. The question here is, which one?

We have found answer to this question in parsons’  B. Sauniere’s clues.

I was wondering what Sauniere intended to convey while creating a collection of figures completely incongruous one with another and placing them exactly at the entrance to the church. Just as he wanted other people not to omit his message.


Fot. 9/ Asmodeus – a demon holding a holy water font on his back. In the foreground we can observe his left hand claws which look like in a moment he would dig those claws into the thigh.

He constructed a collection consisting of a demon which carries a holy water font on his head. Above him two lizards are situated with unambiguously exposed initials B.S. Below lizards there is a foliage with protruding stone pine’s cone. Below, four Angels depicting a cross which is presented in an idiosyncratic form above their heads.


Fot. 10/ Two lizards and above them a sign with two river’s initials can be noticed.


This whole bizarre collection possesses also two distinguishing features. The first one are demon’s claws almost dug into his thigh and elongated scratches noticeable on this thigh. This feature tells us that we have to pay attention to some 4 elongated scratches as signs.


Fot. 11 / But the most prominent of all those distinguishing features is the form of cross’ structure. It is an equal-armed cross, which arms are tipped with lilies. This specific feature indicates that it concerns the House of Christ and Magdalene. This, shocking for many viewers, collection of figures is linked with the family matters of Christ’s family. Additionally, a circle is circumcircled on the cross and on each of the four parts of the circle four small balls are placed.  The same small balls are to be found near lilies, two near each of the lilies and one in the middle of the cross. Additionally, on the four cross’ beams three incisions can be noticed.

The first conclusion which could be drawn here is the number 4 which is predominant. Lilies- 4, four collections of 4 small balls, four times two pearls in lilies and four collections per 3 incisions. While those two small balls near lilies stem from the form of symbols presented here itself, those 3 incisions do not fit into that collection.

Out of those cross’ construction distinguishing features several conclusions can be drawn.

1.       The whole collection concerns Magdalene and Christ, lilies are predominant here.

2.       A vital indication is the  number 4.

3.       A circle on the cross, thanks to the number and lilies direct our thoughts toward the star structured from four letters M.

4.       The three incision’s disharmony implies a new facet of the whole issue connected with Magdalene’s tomb as the above mentioned indications unambiguously direct us there.

The four figures of Angels with wings arranged in such a way that they bear connotation with the letter M. By contrast the inscription at his feet says; - ‘Thanks to this sign you will defeat it’.

The sign which the inscription describes is the initials B.S and here, in relation to the indicated tomb, those initials begin to make sense. If we stand in a place with the circumcircled star’s rock behind one’s back, then at the bottom of the mountain there are two rivers. The river on the right is called La Sals and corresponds to the letter S., which is situated on the right side of the initial. The river on the left is called La Blanque and corresponds to the letter B., which is situated on the right side of the initial. Both rivers join here and flow in the northern direction through Rennes les Bains.

In such a context; - ‘Thanks to this sign you will defeat it’ means that in connection with the tomb between the two rivers, which initials B.S are included in the sign, somebody will be defeated exactly there. The issue of that initial formulated in such a way confirms tomb’s localization between the rivers which names are consistent with the initials; - B. = Blanque and S. = La Sals.

A significant question is ; - for whom what is inside Magdalene’s and perhaps even Christ tomb can be so harmful that this ‘he’ will be defeated?

What is still left to account for are the features connected with incisions on the cross. Apart from them, in this collection of figures are also other incisions. They appear in various foliage above the lizards and under demon’s left wing. Such incisions suggest that on the rocks connected with the tomb, some artificial scratches or grooves exist.

Demon’s claws and visible scratches symbolize various signs placed on the rock below the one with a star inside the circle.

In such a way, thanks to joint effort, four old signs and parsons’ indications the location of Magdalene’s and possibly also Christ’s tomb can be precisely specified. 

 ©  Magdalena and Adnrzej Struski de Meroving 


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