KEYS OF ANTIQUITY
AND THE ANCIENT CIPHER
Views of the village of Coustaussa .
MORE INFORMATION WILL BE ADDED TO THIS WEB SITE AS THE PROJECT PROGRESSES
The ‘Memento Mori’.
See also Pompei page.
His spectacular research leading to his discovery of a Templar tomb, mummified cadavre and more.
Now available, this special first edition is now available from this link or from The Tombman Web Site.
Archaeological Journal specialising in issues related to the Languedoc.
‘Keys of Antiquity and the Ancient Cipher.’ Now available after lots of additions. Advance Publicity on Waterstones and Blackwells websites. Now the book is finally here for all.. It is just as the Visigoths planned !
This additional site has been created to highlight those exiting features which lie at the heart of this special and essential piece of the history of Judeo-Christianity.
Click this DEK Publishing key if you are brave.
Marker stone with drystone wall.
A typical marker used by the ancients to define locations. They used the forerunner to the ‘Et In Arcadia Ego’ cipher and their record yet stands, a meaningful reminder from the days of the Visigoths.