Search Results, Keys of Antiquity

  The impact of the ancient Dionysian cipher has been felt through the ages.  It was employed in the design and construction of ancient buildings and early cathedrals and churches.  It was in service at Pompeii where it disappeared for centuries under the ravages of Vesuvius during the Greco-Roman phase of the cipher.

 Other streams continued and it occurred in the mediaeval world of art and in the cult mysticism of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.  Now more recently this ancient cipher is the actual lost key  to the treasures of the two remaining Visigoth hoards, the Royal Treasure and the Sacred Treasure. Both these hoards lie in the region once dominated by the Visigoths and the precise locations of both sites are now documented.  

  An application was under way for an archaeological excavation of the Royal Treasure site.  A second GPR survey has been done.

  For those awaiting the film ‘Bloodline’, it has been showing in the U.S. And has been shown at Rennes-le-Château. It features Ben Hammott’s research team, which includes Bill Kersey, searching for and recovering vital documents and artefacts including the document that confirms the location of the Royal Treasure and identifies the Quadrivium as the name that Bérenger Saunière attributes to the cipher key.   This key has led to later studies confirming that Mary Magdalene, the wife of Jesus Christ,  bore His child and settled in Languedoc.  There is more evidence of the source of the continuing satanic plot to deny Christ’s death on the cross! This plot existed in Saunière’s time and continues.