The solution to the Shepherdess code is
BERGERE PAS DE TENTATION QUE POUSSIN TENIERS GARDENT LA CLEF PAX DCLXXXI PAR
LA CROIX ET CE CHEVAL DE DIEU J ACHEVE CE DAEMON DE GARDIEN A MIDI POMMES BLEUES
All in French then it suddenly shifts to Latin then back to French again: This occurs at:
Normally translated as
PEACE 681 by the cross
PAX DCLXXXI = 681 paces
PAR LA CROIX = by the cross(roads)
ET CE CHEVAL DE DIEU = and Valdieu road
(che = chemin)
What key does Poussin and Teniers guard?
What daemon guardian is achieved at Midday? (or in the Midi or South OR MIDSUMMER)
And as for the Pommes Bleues? Ordo de Carcassonne 1863Ordo de Carcassonne 1876Changed to a date during the Summer Solstice from January 17thProjected from the raising of Lazarus window. = rebirthOnto a stylized Wheel of the Year. The blue apple (at two o'clock approx) coincides with the 17th January. M S? = A Midi = Mid Summer. En La Vraie Langue Celtique.
There are several music venues and festivals in or near Rodez. The association 12 Touch organises two smaller festivals in Luc La Primaube annually. These festivals are Arts en Scène (spring) and Eklekzic (autumn).http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ETEEDc1JVdARodez is the Rose http://messier.seds.org/xtra/history/pmechain.html
Skabazac is probably the best-known music festival, and it takes place in mid-June. Just on the outskirts of Rodez in a town called Sébazac, Skabazac attracted over 30,000 people in 2010, when Cypress Hill headlined. In 2011 the festival's 13th edition was cancelled due to a lack of government funding. In midsummer the Occitan festival, called Estivada, takes place over several days. The festival promotes Occitan culture with food, cultural displays, and live music.
Music venues La Guinguette and Le Studio often host concerts, as does the local amphitheatre, and the local Maisons des Jeunes et de la Culture of Rodez and Onet-Le-Château.
Pierre François André Méchain the creator of the Metre measurement - Incorrectly as it happens. Ruthenihttp://www.tribwatch.com/wheel.htmThe Sword of the Marquisviewtopic.php?f=1&t=3345Background PoussinPhaeton begs Helios
to be allowed to drive the four horse chariot across the sky from east to west.
painting by Nicolas Poussin.
The lead horse is called Abraxas
Seen held by one of the Four Seasons
on the left of the picture
In Ovid's Metamorphoses, we find this concerning Cycnus:
"Now, though he had ruled the people and great cities of Liguria, he left his kingdom, and filled Eridanus’s green banks and streams...As he did so his voice vanished and white feathers hid his hair, his long neck stretched out from his body...So Cycnus became a new kind of bird, the swan."
Poussin carried a copy of Ovid's Metamorphoses around on his person 24/7.
The flag of Liguria. Heracles slayed the Ligurian Dragon in Arcadia. http://www.jwmt.org/v1n6/provence.htmlAs for Cygnushttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Pldzo1Elz0
Recorded 22.12.1970 (Winter Solstice), Point Chaud, Antenne 1, Paris
Another solar narrative is of the Holly King and the Oak King, with one ruling the winter, the other the summer. These two figures battle with each other endlessly as the seasons turn. At Midsummer the Oak King is at the height of his strength, while the Holly King is at his weakest. The Holly King begins to regain his power, and at the Autumn Equinox, the tables finally turn in the Holly King's favor; he vanquishes the Oak King at Yule. Then over the next months, as the sun waxes in power, the Oak King slowly regains his strength; at the Spring Equinox he begins to triumph until he once again defeats the Holly King at Midsummer.
- Wikipediahttp://www.earthwitchery.com/oak-king.html http://www.earthwitchery.com/holly-king.htmlTHE SECRET ain't Christian, but who cares?
with two gods one is Bachus Dionysius the Holly King and Zeus his father the Oak king