Sunset on the Axe Historique Paris.
Cross quarter sunsets and sunrises
The David Wood SUNRISE line Corresponds to the Beltane/Lughnasagh sunrise or the Imbolc/Samhain sunset.
The line from La Tour d'Alchemie to La Soulane (the sun line in Occitan) corresponds to the Imbolc/Samhain sunrise. Beltane/Lughnasagh sunset when viewed from La Soulane to Rennes le Chateau.
Samhain is the last day of the Celtic New Year. The day the Abbé Gelis was murdered.
By the way the yellow line is 4.7km long (see top left) this corresponds to 182mm on the IGN 1:25000 map.
That's 2miles 1619yards
Circle 1 centred on Esperaza. Contains the churches of les Sauzils, St Ferriol, Granes and Coustaussa.
2 miles 1586 yards 2 foot 5 inches.
Circle 2 Containing Laval church, Bezu church, Esperaza and Coustaussa churches on the circumference.
2 miles 1670 yards 10½ inches
Circle 3 centred on Coustaussa church, with the track ways at Combe Loubiere and Esperaza church on the circumference.
2 miles 1580 yards 1 foot 7¼inches
Circle 4 Containing Bugarach church, St Just church, Coustaussa church, Serres church and Rennes le Chateau.
2 miles 1588 yards 9½ inches
Circle 5 Containing Terroles church, Castillou church and again Coustaussa church.
2 miles 1589 yards 1 foot
- Measurement data from David Williams. Mariano Tomatis used this same source.
Apart from circle 2 all within a maximum of 9 yards of each other and 40 yards from 5140yards (4.7km).
The accuracy of this of course relies entirely on how well the Church authorities appreciated the need to impose accuracy of their religious monuments over the previous religious sites they were attempting to snuff out in their ethnic cleansing programme.
“In the Aude, the peasants rather believe in the malignant spirit, the fairies and the underground geniuses than with the Virgin and the Angels”
- Gaston Jourdanne: Contribution to the Folklore of the Aude, 1900
."My dear Roseline, who died on 6 August 1967, the Feast of the Transfiguration, while leaving the Zero Meridian by car." (p. 108)
- Philippe de Cherisey.
August 6th is the Celtic Feast of Lughnasagh.
Pierre Plantard de Saint-Clair had been the Grand Master of the Priory of Sion until 1989 however his son Thomas Plantard de Saint-Clair was proclaimed Grand Master “by an act dated 6th July 1989”
by 107 votes in favour, 5 absentees and 9 votes against. The date of appointment of the ratification of his son on the 6th August 1989 in Paris
is significant because elevation of Plantard’s son to Grand Master was specifically timed at 10 o’clock solar time.
6th August is of course Lughnasagh and 10 o'clock SOLAR time corresponds to a time when the star Aldebaran is setting on the Axe Historique in Paris.
Aldebaran is the Archangel Michael one of the four royal stars.