Following a long established pattern of using dead people's names, Plantard "recruited" the "initiate" Pelat soon after his death and included him as the most recent Priory of Sion Grand Master.
Abbey of Our Lady of Mount Zion.Bastogi Libri Domizio cipriani book LE prieurÉ DE sion UNA scienza sociale, edited by bastogi libri, (in Italian) isbn.37 French authors like Franck Marie (1978 38 Pierre Jarnac (1985 39 (1988 40 Jean-Luc Chaumeil (1994 41 and more recently Marie-France Etchegoin and Frédéric Lenoir (2004 42 Massimo Introvigne (2005 43 Jean-Jacques Bedu (2005 44 and Bernardo Sanchez Da Motta (2005 45 have never.Jean-Luc Chaumeil, La Table d'Isis ou Le Secret de la Lumière (Editions Guy Trédaniel, 1994)."The Priory Of Sion: Is acqua e sapone volantino offerte matera The "Secret Organization" Fact Or Fiction?".1 Lincoln expanded on the conspiracy theories, writing his own books on the subject, and inspiring and presenting three BBC Two Chronicle documentaries between 19bout the alleged mysteries of the Rennes-le-Château area.6 Furthermore, Plantard was inspired by a 1960 magazine Les Cahiers de l'Histoire to center his personal genealogical claims, as found in the "Priory of Sion documents on the Merovingian king Dagobert II, who had been assassinated in the 7th century.The registration documents also included the names of Jean Deleaval as the Vice-President and Armand Defago as the Treasurer.The official emblem of the Priory of Sion is partly based on the fleur-de-lis, which was a symbol particularly associated with the.The documentary was originally released in cinemas on Ronald.Les Cahiers de Rennes-le-Chateau,.57 It was signed by Gino Sandri (who claims to be Plantard's former private secretary) under the title of General Secretary, 58 and by "P.
This was possibly an allusion to the tomb and shrine of Sigebert IV, a real or mythical son of Dagobert II which would not only prove that the Merovingian dynasty did not end with the death of the king, but that the Priory of Sion.
Sole survivor of the Priory of Sion in Gazette of Rennes-le-Château (4 November 2006).