Yes, I would not answer any questions regard my Visigothic sites but hopefully when Ben's Tomb has beeen excavated I will be able to get excavations on mine (not not that sort of MINE), the ones I have located. ..... It is all there in the Church at RLC. Do what Ben did and follow up the clues as he did. Then you will recognise what the Priest was trying to achieve. Else wait for Ben's book which will lead you by the hand along the paths of Rennes.
For those who like nit picking on use of language here is a howler. Or should I say 'An howler'? "Non illigitimae carborundum'.
As usual, not really the answers we've all been waiting for. Just repeating the same old all over again. I in turn fully agree with Raven concerning the comments and questions he raised about your book "Still spins the spider". And again, no adequate - or even attempts to - answers given by yourself in response to these comments and questions besides a "you'll see".....
As you already - as do we all by now - must realize, Bill (Ben) his book will proof nothing! His explanations on how to read the Rennes-le-château church sceneries what in turn will lead to the presumed locations of the bottles and so forth, will obviously all be very conveniently and automatically coherent. This could have been considered as the proof needed for the finds authenticity, if only Bill (Ben) had published his book years ago as announced back then.
Publication of Bill Wilkinson's book after the finds is, unfortunately, to be considered useless as it will be nicely written to "fit the finds". So we'll end up with a book that will proof the validity of the finds by reading the sceneries in the church and the finds themselves that in their turn will proof the interpretations of the sceneries to be correct. All beautifully consistent, but completely without value anymore when it comes to proving all your claims - your being yourself, Bill (Ben) and the involved members of the Bloodline team. The ultimate conclusion to be drawn from this is that it is a total waste of money to buy Bill's book because it will only put upright researchers - you know, the kind of people who really take the time to delve into dusty archives and talk to people involved - on the wrong trail and into a world of fantasies like Raven already commented upon while discussing some claims in your previous book. In fact, you most likely put the finds - like the bottles and stone - there yourself and this closes the loop when it comes to interpreting the church sceneries, for now the interpretation will definitely yield the desired results! Quod erat demonstrandum
But let me help you by offering a way out: just tell the truth and let everybody know it was just an exercise to have researchers into RLC realize it's very easy to be fooled into believing an unsubstantiated claim. You of course being the "modern version" of Philippe de Chérisey, the great mastermind behind the parchments, and Bill (Ben - and for clarity's sake let's from now on call him Bill2
) being Plantard, the one that steps forward into the spotlight with all kinds of spectacular claims but also the one who will take the fall if everything blows up (hope VeryAngryMother is around to intervene and protect him from that horrible faith
)....indeed, a very modern Prieuré de Sion!
If this all sounds harsh to you, well it is. I for one am really tired of continuously being lied to and treated like some little kid who is easily fooled by his éminence grise. Just show some evidence!!! Publish the parchments including the one that was in the vial in the box here on Andy's forum as a first attempt to clear the muddy waters. It will be just a matter of time before someone other than yourselves will find the tomb(s) if (!!) it is all genuine. All of your faces are very familiar by now and other researchers of sorts will only simply have to follow you while you're heading for the location......
By the way, did you manage to solve the code yet I presented you with? You may find the answer will help you understand your Visigoth theories better
And to conclude with a Latin phrase that must really warm your heart: super omnia vincet veritas