de Cherisey told Henry Lincoln that he was writing down what he thought was the solution to Bergere pas de tentation
Lincoln describes it thus in Key to the sacred pattern:
"The day is ending, but it is fine. De Cherisey expresses a desire to take a stroll and a lengthy preambulation end on a bench in the Tuileries Gardens. He is still regaling me with well told - and often very funny - anecdotes. But I have more on my mind than entertainment. We are getting on well and the atmosphere is friendly. At last, with time passing and nothing to lose, I decide to put my request baldly. 'Can I take another look at the parchment photographs?' With only minimal hesitation, he opens his briefcase and hands them to me. 'Why add the marks' I ask 'To amuse the laity' he replied 'But why?' I insist. He shrugs 'I'm an entertainer.' It is clear that I am to get no straight answers. But - perhaps simply because it was to hand - he adds another fragment. Picking a few sheets from his case, he says: 'I'm writing an explanation of the codes. I'll send you a copy. You'll be amused' But I am never to see it.(See Note) Nor am I ever to get any closer to the 'parchment originals'. Sadly Philippe de Cherisey died suddenly in July 1985.
NOTE: There is reason to suspect that this document may have been part of the haul of stolen Priory papers' which figured in the Chaumeil imbroglio"
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In other words Lincoln saw Stone and Paper whilst de Cherisey was still alive.
Question for you. Why did de Cherisey give Stone and Paper to a man we know he didn't get on with when he could have given it to Henry Lincoln who had already seen it?
Stone and Paper is de Cherisey's notes on what he thought was the solution.
Oh and by the way notice in the letter you produced Smith that Philippe de Cherisey says that he TOOK RESPONSIBILITY TO BEING THE AUTHOR he didn't actually say he was the author.
The reason he did this was as a counter to Gerard de Sede's books who had somehow got hold of the priory documents taken in the burglary. de Cherisey was trying to rubbish de Sede's credibility.
De Sede had got hold of what de Cherisey called the File of George Monti.
If you think this is a game perhaps I should inform everyone that George Monti was a friend of Plantard and he was poisoned. His killer was never found.
The poisoning of George Monti is likely to make Plantard and de Cherisey act in a strange manner in case it happened to them. Monti was right in this amongst the esoteric groups in France.
de Cherisey did not create the shepherdess parchment, but I do concede that he MAY have altered the Dagobert parchment.