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Mary Alice Bennett is an archaeological restoration artist who lives in the Sonoran desert near the border with Mexico. As an art history student, she has had a life-long fascination with Leonardo DaVinci and also with studying the ancient mysteries. Since her church has a long tradition about Jesus and Mary Magdalene, the Dan Brown book was not new information to her. "The DaVinci Code" aside, here are more clues in the work of Leonardo to ponder. Email Mary Alice Bennett.

Sauniere and Lovely Limoux
- The Secret Vaults

by Mary Alice Bennett


Posted: 16:30 October 23, 2008

Notre-Dame de Marseilles church
Notre-Dame de Marseilles church

It was a straight drop into the ceiling entrance of the underground vault near Notre Dame de Marceille where a hiker was injured during a fall in 1995. When his companion ran to the church for help, the Lazarist priests in the Basilica feigned ignorance of the site. Over the centuries surveyors have noted the presence of these underground bases below the water level of the River Aude. Is this the location of the mysterious vault mentioned on the Rennes-le-Chateau tombstone which read "REDDIS REGIS CELLIS ARCIS"?

Rennes-le-Chateau was long thought to be ancient Reddis. "Regis Cellis" translates as "Storehouse of the King - the Royal Vault or Keep". Arcis is the name of a near-by town said to be named for the Ark of the Covenant which is rumored to have been hidden in the area. As a phrase, these engraved words refer to the hiding place of the Ark in southern France. It was actually Limoux that was called Reddis or Reddas anciently. The church there was originally a "fortified keep" used by the Soldiers of the Temple, the Templars. Limoux is in an area once used by the Romans and built up by the Visigoths who settled in the district of the Aude after the sack of Rome.

It was the Visigoths who captured the Hebrew Temple treasures looted by the Romans at the fall of Jerusalem. These treasures including the sacred Ark and gold Menorah came under the protection of the Templars and are the great secret kept by their secret society down through the ages.

Cardinal Rospigliosi was the inspiration behind "The Shepherds of Arcadia II" painting by Poussin which figures so prominently in the mystery of Rennes-le-Chateau. It was his idea to include the motto: "Et in Arcadia ego…" engraved on the tomb in the painting. Some wonder if it is the motto itself that is the "key to the secret." Twelve years after Poussin was given this commission, Rospigliosi became Pope. It is significant that a Roman Catholic cardinal would order a landscape of Rennes-le-Chateau containing the phrase which was the motto of the Plantard family - they of Priory of Sion fame. The Merovingian Plantards and the Magdalenian mystery of the Languedoc terrain portrayed in the picture were not subjects that Rome condoned.


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