Heretic Magazine Issue 8

I am pleased to announce that the Heretic Issue 8 is now out and available on all of your favorite digital platforms (Laptop, Smart Phone, Tablet and Kindle).  And what an issue it is; 10 more nuggets of heavenly heresy.


I am also quite pleased with my article, Saint Sulpice and the Symbolism of the Priory of Sion, which was inspired by a recent visit to Paris in support of a documentary for the Discovery Channel. What I discovered in the hauntingly beautiful church surprised me, and made me wonder why it had not been revealed before…


Further, you can check out my video editorial for Issue 8 by clicking on the image below.

H8 Video Profile

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5 thoughts on “Heretic Magazine Issue 8

  1. Congrats on Issue 8 Andrew!

    I am very interested in your recent visit and findings of St. Sulpice (I just love that topic!)

    Did you find any info on the paintings of Delacroix or Emile Signol?

    All the Best, and Thanks,


    • Nate hi. Thank you very much. The writers were especially brilliant this issue, I felt.

      I did fine a few things about Delacroix or Emile Signol but they require more research, and honestly I just ran out of time. When my St. Sulpice article is put on my website in a few months I might add it then.

      Thank you again.



  2. Hey Andrew,

    Thanks for your reply 🙂

    Recently, someone commented that Rat Scabies (aka Christopher J. Millar) has reportedly found documents from the 1800’s that relate directly to Rennes-le-Chateau.

    Have you been in contact with anybody about this? It would be great to see a post here on Arcadia about the discovery!



    • Nate hi. While I did not attend Rat Scabies London moot where they were revealed, I have heard that they are peculiar, unsigned, and allude to some revelation that if revealed, would change our perception of the Holy Trinity – only the Holy Trinity was not spelt with capitals, which members of the audience thought was peculiar. I also understand that the moot was video taped and that it will be available soon. If I hear anything I will let you know.

      Thanks again,


  3. Thanks Andrew,

    Actually that makes wonderful sense to me!!!

    Our mutual friend Duncan Burden’s research reveals that a Key to the Rennes-le-Chateau Mystery is interlocking geometry, which depicts the Trinity in a surprising fashion.

    If this is indeed the hot topic issue that the Rennes-le-Chateau enigma relates to, then it is completely understandable why some might view it as being dangerous.

    Many thanks for the info on it, 🙂

    Bless you my friend,


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