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PostPosted: 31 Mar 2008 8:33 pm 
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Guys hi. Sorry to trouble, but I'm looking for a photo for some research I'm doing and was hoping that you might be able to help...

Does anyone have a copy of the photo from the Book Club edition of De Sede's The Accursed Treasure of Rennes-le-Chateau that Lincoln references on page 45 / 46 of Key to the Sacred Pattern?

I am looking for the picture titled ‘ Rennes-les-Bains – Thermes Romains’ of a wooden panel on a dining-room door in RLB with a Bee in each corner and a winged female standing on a globe while holding a wreath above her head.

If you have a copy of the photo I would be much indebted.

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Probably I do have it.
I'll check when back home to Italy.


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Cheers. Thank you Mariano :wink:

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Scan courtesy by Italian "Gruppo di Studio e Documentazione su RLC"

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Gérard de Sède, L'or de Rennes, Paris: Julliard, 1967, between pages 144-145.


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Wow! That is so great. Thank you Mariano. You are such a star!

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Yes, but not a Grail Star, perhaps an Anti-Grail Star.


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Mariano Tomatis wrote:
Scan courtesy by Italian "Gruppo di Studio e Documentazione su RLC"

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Gérard de Sède, L'or de Rennes, Paris: Julliard, 1967, between pages 144-145.


Is this anything to do with the Bee Priestesses of Neolithic Anatolia and Crete (Melissa) which became later the Bee Priestesses of ancient Israel?

Is that a frame drum (Tof) she has in her hand? A dance still practiced by Mormon women I believe.

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The Pythian priestess at Delphi was known as the Delphic Bee, and her emblematic bee appeared on Delphic coins.


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