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Il parle sans doute de Thomas D et de TCP, les 2 plus grands intellects ayant daigne visiter ce forum, qui nous ont bien sermonne quant a la non-existence du crista. Ils sont tres forts et ne pas les ecouter serait une heresie ehontee.


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Votre comprehension de la langue de Voltaire n'a pas fait de progres. Pas grave, c'etait une blague de toutes facons.


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Tertius wrote:
Votre comprehension de la langue de Voltaire n'a pas fait de progres. Pas grave, c'etait une blague de toutes facons.


I stopped at "Il parle sans doute de Thomas D et de TCP" as I had no real interest in whatever might follow.

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Here are more interesting dates and mining links that might interest you :D
I dont have much time, this is just a quickie so please ignore the haphazard spelling etc :lol: :lol:

1776
Abbe Jean Bigou died at Rennes le Chateau.

1779
Francois Anne Chefdebien Armissan founds the philadelphines of Narbonne.
http://www.palairac.org/maconnerie2.htm
http://reinedumidi.com/rdm/chefbien.htm
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philadelphes

1779
Joseph Gaspart Pailhoux Cascastel enlists mining technicians from Paris,
Louis Charles Pelletier and Jean Pierre Francois Duhamel.
http://bpricon11.perso.neuf.fr/Annexes/pailhoux.htm
http://www.cascastelvillage.com/Pages/P ... astel.aspx
http://minesencorbieres.pagesperso-oran ... ausses.htm


1780
General Luc Simeon Auguste Dagobert marries jacquette Pailhoux de cascastel, daughter of Joseph Gaspart Pailhoux (counseller of Roussillon). He became master of forges and formed a company to exploit the mines in the corbierres and Razes under the jurisdiction of the Abbe of Lagrasse with his cousin Jean Pierre Francois Duhamel, correspondent of the Academie des sciences and commissaire of Louis XVI for mines and forges.
http://archive.org/stream/legnraldagobe ... q_djvu.txt

http://www.annales.org/archives/x/duhamel.html

1780
Raymond Jacques P Rivals.

1781
Jean Pierre Francois Duhamel is appointed inspector general of mines, he became professor of metallurgy in 1783.
http://www.annales.org/archives/necro.html

1781
Marie de Negre d`Ables dies and is buried in Rennes le Chateau.

1782
Joseph Gaspard Pailhoux Cascastel teamed with Jean Antoine Chaptal a famous chemist for the exploitation of mines in Cascastel, Padern, Palairac etc. Chaptal became the minister of the interior for Napoleon from 1800 to 1804.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean-Antoine_Chaptal

http://minesencorbieres.pagesperso-oran ... padern.htm

In 1782 Dagobert received his father in law Joseph Gaspard Pailhoux de Cascastels holdings, he had previously bought Jean Pierre Duhamel’s shares who had in turn acquired the share of Louis Charles Peltier which meant that General Dagobert now had complete control of the mines and forges in a large portion of the Aude in an area that included Termes, Cascastel, and Roco Negre near Blanchefort. Because of his military career, Dagobert least his forge and mines to the son of Joseph Gaspard, Melchior de Cascastel.

1785
Luc Simeon Auguste Dagobert obtains permission to re open the ancient mines of the corbierres and to establish a forge.
http://albas11.free.fr/les_mines_dans_les_corbieres.htm

http://www.cascastelvillage.com/Documen ... doises.pdf

1787
Jean Pierre Francois Duhamel publishes Géométrie souterraine ( Geometry underground) and a manuscript of the Art of mining and how to exploit metal mines.
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean-Pierr ... ot-Duhamel

http://books.google.co.uk/books/about/G ... edir_esc=y

1789
Luc Simeon Auguste Dagobert along with Louis Philippe d`Orleans rallied to the revolutionary cause.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arm%C3%A9e ... orientales

1792
Antoine Bigou leaves Rennes le Chateau.

1794
General Dagobert Dies, some say he was poisoned.


More interesting stuff about Palairac…..love this site :D

The truth about the missing files of General Dagobert and Dr Paul Courrent…..
http://www.palairac.org/dagobert.htm

Treaties between Carcassonne and Palairac 17th and 18th August 1283 between Jacques de Mallorca and Philip the Bold.
http://www.palairac.org/traites.htm

Palairac mines….
http://www.palairac.org/mines.htm


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 Post subject: Re: Plutonium Turque
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That's a very explicit timeline. The thing is, it's still 3 years between the death of Jean Bigou and creation of the philadelphines of Narbonne by Francois Anne Chefdebien Armissan.
What happens in the interim and it doesn't necessarily suggest a link. From 1779 there seems to be explosion of specialised information.

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Jean Pierre Francois Duhamel publishes Géométrie souterraine ( Geometry underground) and a manuscript of the Art of mining and how to exploit metal mines.
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean-Pierr ... ot-Duhamel


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I was following on from Sheila’s earlier post about the Dubosc affair :D
According to Roger Renne Dagobert…..Jean Louis Dubosc, who reopened mines on Cardou in Rennes-les-Bains, was in the pay of General Dagobert, with the complicity of Duhamel, of the Academy of Sciences and King's Commissioner for Mines and Forges.


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Have you read this yet, Sheila?

The Religion of the Ancient Celts

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Birthplace of Apollo and Artemis - Delos

Situated here.................

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Found by the code on the Shepherd's monument at Shugborough Hall (using the Greenwich Meridian as zero degrees)

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The Greenwich Meridian didn't exist when the Shepherd monument ws made.

However the Paris Meridian did, and here's the corrected position.

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The journey of SACRIFICES is where the HOLOCAUSTON were made, meaning "a completely (holos) burnt (kaustos) sacrificial offering", or "a burnt SACRIFICIAL OFFERING.

SARDIS was in PHRYGIA it's where Galatians came from. fOR SOME the First Gauls or Aplha Galates. the former name of the Prieure de Sion.

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