ledgehammer wrote:Ian, does this mean you are writing another book? ;-)
With regards to the empty cist and the missing skull, surely it is tempting to put two and two together?
I for one am rather incredulous at the idea that having gone to all the trouble of preserving the skull by gilding it, that the next step would be to stick it back in the dirty hole in the ground from whence it came. I jut can't see that happening. The next question then surely has to be who would want one and what for? I don't really know the answers, it's all just speculation, but not unreasonable, IMHO.
I haven't bought any of the French Rennes le Chateau books although I did buy a French book on sacred geometry there, entitled A la dÃ©couverte du mystÃ¨re divin , par le dÃ©cryptage des symboles religieux de la gÃ©omÃ©trie sacrÃ©e et des archÃ©types universels by Marie-Gabrielle Janier. Mercifully there are lots of illustrations.