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  • The Eleusis Mystery

    May 12, 2006

    On a recent trip to Greece I had the opportunity to explore the ruined sanctuaries of the Eleusinian Mysteries, so named after the sacred city of Eleusis (modern Elefsina – 12 miles northwest of Athens), where ancient rituals of death and rebirth were once preformed. Ancient Eleusis   The mysteries, which appear to have an eastern origin, were introduced into

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    Andrew Gough
  • The Hope (of the Ankh) and Anchor

    May 5, 2006

    The following has nothing to do with Rennes-le-Château. Or at least it shouldn’t. And it’s true! On a recent trip to the supermarket I had an incredible ‘ah-ha’ moment with respect to the origins of the Egyptian Ankh. How bizarre is that? No sooner had I arrived in the breakfast cereal aisle than my shopping cart collided with a woman

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    Andrew Gough
  • Fear and Loathing in Rennes-le-Château: More Paranoid Reflections

    April 17, 2006

    Part of the legend of Rennes-le-Château is the negative, wicked and omnipresent energy that seems to permeate from this part of the Aude valley. Enthusiasts with more receptivity than I to these sorts of things tell me that the energy of the place is staggering. In fact, many are resolute that the energy is the true treasure! So just hold

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    Andrew Gough
  • Paranoia at the Chair of the Devil

    April 10, 2006

    Rennes-le-Château never disappoints. On my last visit, I stumbled across Michael Beignet and the NBC Dateline film crew, as well as a lovely lady from Gloucester, England, who is an ascended master from the future operating in the 10th chakra, capable of reading the Akashic record and speaking to dead Abbes. And that was in the first 15 minutes of

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    Andrew Gough