Riccardo I’m starting data analyses on this link.
This is the 1st source I analyzed.
Analysis Based on reviewing the lengthy article you provided, here are some counter perspectives to consider and recommendations on further analysis: -
The article makes many speculative connections between artistic works, ancient mythology, biblical references, and alleged secret societies. However, these connections are tenuous without clear evidence linking them directly to reveal any secrets related to Rennes-le-Chateau. Making metaphorical or allegorical associations is intriguing but doesn't prove any definite conclusions.
- The multiple references to Mary Magdalene and Jesus Christ as being the hidden truth in tombs or legends are also speculative. There is no definitive evidence provided that establishes either Jesus or Mary Magdalene were actually buried in the area of Rennes-le-Chateau. The article acknowledges this by saying the connections "point to" or "seem to refer" but do not conclusively demonstrate these burials took place.
- To build a stronger case, I would focus on analyzing the factual evidence and historical records related to Rennes-le-Chateau and the alleged figures connected to it. What concrete proof is there of important tombs, artifacts, or documents found in the area? Examining the verifiable details could help separate truth from fiction or speculation.
- I would also suggest viewing the claims of secret societies and hidden symbols with skepticism unless they can be proven through documented sources. Relying too heavily on mysterious writings or coded messages often leads to finding patterns and connections that aren't really there.
- Expanding the research to include perspectives from experts outside those referenced in the article could provide more balanced analysis. Looking at a broader range of scholarly views could help determine which claims have merit.
First published September 2000 in the Rennes Observer under the title 'Time, Truth and Arcadianism' © S. Hamblett Updated May 2007 & January 2021.
Nicolas Mazet - There are 17 different landing sites associated with Mary Magdalene between France and Italy, with a slight detour to Corsica and Sardinia with 2 each. Of all of them, Les Saintes Marie de La Mer is the least plausible. Mary never left Israel.&nbsp;Jesus, as a child, is said to have visited the Tin mines in the area of RleC with his adoptive father, Joseph of Arimethea. The parable of the miner may be the only description of a real conversation regarding Jesus in the NT.
Kevin Glyn Howell - That makes sense. I appreciate you taking the time to write. I’ve wondered for decades where James / Joseph ended up spending his last years and where his tomb might be located.&nbsp;Thank you again Kind Sir.
Kevin Glyn Howell - Where did Lazarus end up being buried. I know he went to Marsailles
Nicolas Mazet - Kevin Glyn Howell - Depends. Apparently he had 3 heads, 11 arms, 25 legs, and something like 70 hands if we are to take the relics trade seriously. St John the Baptist is even worse. He borders on the beast of the apocalypse with his 10 + heads. Lol.
I would not put too much faith in De Voraigne's writings. Its a start but they border on the dellusional.
Kevin Glyn Howell - Thank you I agree about the relic trade. Thank you
Kevin Glyn Howell - It’s time that all the relics be placed and preserved. There’s been too much making money on our ancestors relics. It’s sad and I do like the respect for them in Europe. Time to preserve them and DNA test the relics and place them where they belong in the tomb at Rennes La Chateau.
Kevin Glyn Howell - I heard the legends when I went and visited my family in Corsica. I set on a ship and the captain of the ship told the legends.
Riccardo Robbiani - Grazie.
Riccardo Robbiani my pleasure Riccardo