Well since you seem to be obsessed with Le Serpent Rouge for other reasons perhaps this might interest you.
Grâce à lui, désormais à pas mesurés et d'un oeil sur, je puis decouvrir les soixante-quatre pierres dispersées du cube parfait que les Frères de la BELLE du bois noir échappant à la poursuite des usurpateurs, avaient semées en route quant ils s'enfuirent du Fort blanc.
Rassembler les pierres éparses, oeuvrer de l'équerre et du compas pour les remettre en order régulier, chercher la ligne du méridien en allant de l'Orient à l'Occident, puis regardant du Midi au Nord, enfin en tous sens pour obtenir la solution cherchée, faisant station devant les quatorze pierres marquées d'une croix. Le cercle étant l'anneau et couronne, et lui le diadème de cette REINE du Castel
Thanks to him, from now on with a watchful eye I could make steady progress. I can find the 64 scattered stones of the perfect cube which the Brothers of the BEAUTY of the black wood had scattered when they fled from the white fort while they were being persued by the usurpers.
Reassemble the scattered stones and, working with square and compass, put them back in order; find the line of the meridian in going from East to West, then looking from South to the North and finally in all directions to find the looked-for solution. Station yourself in front of the fourteen stones making a cross. The circle is the ring and crown and the crown forms the diadem of the Queen of the Castle.
Le Serpent Rouge - .
From Vaincre by Pierre Plantard.
These brothers were the Perrault brothers. Charles Perrault (mention directly in the final verse Capricorn) wrote Sleeping Beauty whose original title was La Belle au Bois Dormant
The Beauty of the Sleeping Wood. It was part of his Contes de ma Mere l'Oye
Mother Goose Tales.
His brother Claude Perrault drew up plans for the Royal Observatory of Paris which was to be built on the former Abbey of Port Royal. The Paris Meridian goes through this building. It starts at Dunkirk through observatory in Paris and finishes at a tower (once owned by the Hautpoul family) at Prats-de-Mollo on the Spanish border.
Claude Perrault was also involved in the design of the Louvre known then as the Palace of the Sun.
An egyptian Diadem of Power................A Roman DIADEM of power
The diadem of HorusOrigine Astronomique du jeu des Eches
The Astronomical origin of Chess, explained using the Egyptian calendar. Now watch the work by David Wood from 50:30 onwards.