Rennes le Chateau
Henry Lincoln found sometime in the seventies, that there was a five-pointed star in the area. One point are Rennes le Chateau. The others are Blanchefort, Soulaigne, Bezu and a point near Granes. Later Henry found several geometric patterns in the area, and many others have worked on these thoughts. The whole area - 30 times 30 kilometers - is now a big jumble of lines, stars and other designs.
Is there any truth in these theories? Much is pure speculation, but it is still remarkable that peaks located in a five-point formation, or that they are placed in a right-angled triangle 3-4-5, also known as one of the Pythagorean discoveries.
Strangely enough, almost all sought outside the church at Rennes le Chateau. We tried to find out what the church building, the decoration etc would tell, and then opened a new chapter in the history of the very beautiful church.
It contains an incredible amount of knowledge about sacred geometry, architecture and symbols, which the priests who were around Sauniere was in possession of.
This group of priests also knew the connection to the geometry, located throughout the area, and the internal geometry of the church is beautifully connected to the outer geometry.
The church has three main lines:
The line through the round window to Cardou
Centerline in the church
Three lines from the church 61o - 80o - 86o
Eglise Marie Madeleine
The third line goes from Lucifer, through the two tabs on the sounding board of the pulpit and out through the northeast window in the choir.
The geometry used for the church's floor plan, is also found in the Cathedral of Chartres. In this cathedral you will find the window "La Belle Verriere" which shows the Madonna with child. The head of the Madonna is inclined 6 °, the same as the angle between the line 1 and 2.
Line 1) and 2) form an angle of 6 °. This angle recur in various places in the church and other sites linked to the church.
Henry Lincoln's five pointed star
Sunrise 17th of September