Am I to assume you allude in some yet to be fathomed way some kind of realistic tie in with the RLC enigma? Are you hinting at a possibility Sauniere was into hard wired science when he put his blue apple window up?
I can understand Sauniere in a playful mood do a sour apple thing, but moldy apples which can't be seen unless sunlight hits them just right, and the original link to a dead merovingian,... was Dagobert done in by a moldy apple?
Bethania can mean House of Figs.
In Israel right next to Bethany is a place called Bethphage. House of Mould
O r to be more exact House of the "Agent that cures". Or House of "Agent used by the Theraputae"
Why would they name a place after its inability to produce good food?
Unless of course they intended to produce mouldy food.
Perhaps somebody sick ate a mouldy fig and got better.
The famous saying under the altar (destroyed by a vandal) and at the bottom of the large parchment is actually correctly translated as:
JESUS CURES ILLNESS + HOPE AT THE SAME TIME IS IGNORED
BY MAGDALENE'S TEARS + DILUTE OUR ERRORS
Blasphemy by Sauniere in full view of everyone. No wonder the vandal smashed it.
The Blue Apple lights on 17th January come from the Lazarus window. Lazarus was a leper brought back from the dead
by Jesus. He lived near Bethany.
Any freemasons out there?
If you click on the blue text you will be taken to the chapter where Lazarus is raised from the dead. The following chapter John 12 is the spikenard incident depicted in the large parchment and the one shown in the stained glass window in Sauniere's church. The text of John 12 says that Lazarus was at the spikenard event. It specifically states that he is sat at the table with Jesus and Martha is serving, so which one is Lazarus in Sauniere's stained glass window?