The Alcor Stone described by Plantard.
Lamy also has a chapter on Maurice Leblanc, where he talks about ALCOR ...
Ad Lapidem Currebat Olim Regina ...
That phrase apparently appears in Plantard's 1978 introduction to LVLC, who claims that the phrase was actually found on a stone near RlB. According to Lamy, Chaumeil also mentions the same stone (around 1982, this was before he went rogue), but says he heard it from de Cherisey. http://www.connectotel.com/rennes/prefpp.html
A Rennes-les-Bains, le méridien passe entre Serres et Peyrolles, voisinant le tombeau d’Arques dit des "Bergers d’Arcadie", pour continuer sur Ie Serbaïrou à l’endroit où se trouve une pierre de près de 2 m de haut portant gravée l’inscription latine: "Ad Lapidem Currebat Olim Regina
" (vers la pierre courait jadis la reine). Cette reine, c’est la ligne rouge du méridien, "Rose-Line" écrirait l’abbé Boudet. Peut-être aurait-il raison, car Roseline, abbesse de la "Celle aux Arcs" à sa fête le 17 janvier... et sa légende mérite lecture
Alcor is the second star of the Great Bear. Its name comes from the arab “al-qur”, the rider. It forms the key of the enigma in a novel by Maurice Leblanc, “The countess of Cagliostro”, published in July 1924. In the novel, Alcor is the result of the initials of the words in the famous sentence “Ad lapidem olim currebat Regna”, “Towards the stone the Queen ran formerly
”: Alcor. The phrase is well-known to aficionados of the mystery of Rennes-le-Château. In this novel, the stars of the Great Bear are mirrored on and conform to seven abbeys in the region of Caux, in France. With the projection of this constellation on the ground, it is thus possible to situate the placement of the star Alcor, which marks the location of the treasures of the kings of France
Towards Rennes-les-Bains, the meridian line passes between Serres and Peyrolles, being neighbourly to the tomb of Arch known as " Shepherds of Arcadie" , to continue on to Serbaïrou to the place where a stone of almost 2 m in bearing height is engraved the Latin inscription: " AD Lapidem Currebat Olim Regina" (towards the stone formerly the queen ran). This queen, it is the red line of the meridian line, " Rose-Line" would write the Abbe Boudet. Perhaps he would be right, because Roseline, abbess of the "Celle aux Arcs" with her festival on January 17… and its legend reading deserves.
- Pierre Plantard.
ALCOR is a double star in the Great Bear the other star is MIZAR. One has a blue tint the other has a orange tint. The Bear watcher (Red Shepherd) looks around at his mother.
Check out the colour of her clothes.
Arabic Christians said that the Great Bear was the funeral bier of Lazarus with the three stars of the handle representing the women Mary, Martha and Mary Magdalene following behind the four stars making up the funeral bier.
The second star in the handle of the Plough is Mizar and it is the companion (double star) of Alcor - the Forgotten, Lost, or Neglected One. Mizar is coloured blue and Alcor is coloured orange the same colours as the clothes of the shepherdess. Alcor is the Arabic name for Black Horse and it was discovered to be a double star in 1650. However it is said that double star astronomy was to have first been discovered by Benedetto Castelli (1578 – 1643), a student of Galileo Galilei at the observatory of Padua began by St Anthony - the one held up by four angels in Sauniere's church.
The Alcor Stone is is discussed in this video
starting at 44 mins.
So did you know that Hélion de Villeneuve, brother of Saint Roseline (abbess of the
and legend has it that he slew dragons.
According to Jean Luc Chaumeil this is Philip de Cherisey emerging from the jet mine at Serbaïrou. Where the Alcor stone is.