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As rumor has it, a treasure lies hidden in or under the village-church "Saint Magdalene" in Rennes-le-Château.

And if the answer is yes: What is its nature:
Is it a secular hoard (i.e. gold and silver) or rather a spiritual treasure (i.e. "knowledge")!

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Rennes-le-Château, though a small village on a hilltop, lost in the foothills of the mighty Pyrenees, is now known all over the world, because of the rumor that in 1886, an immense treasure was found by its village priest Bérenger Saunière. Now a days the village has but few inhabitants, yet it possessed a much greater population in the days of the religious and Cathar wars and it was then quite an important stronghold.

So, is there any truth in this treasure story or is it just a hoax ?

In a book written by Catel in 1633: "Les Mémoires de l'histoire du Languedoc", is already a story about a Wisigothic treasure (we found this information in a book edited in 1880)...

Throughout the years numerous authors struggled to find the answers.
Many a book was written, yet after reading, the reader was not much wiser, no new clues, no real solutions; just another story, often written while sitting behind a desk.

Our curiosity was aroused and we wanted to learn more, so we started our own investigation.
And, our answer, after many years of profound research is:

"YES"; Rennes-le-Château is special" and plays a great role in recovering a very precious treasure.

We started with only a few clues: the persistent rumors about a too wealthy priest: Bérenger Saunière and his enigmatic friend and fellow priest Henri Boudet.
While Saunière was a flamboyant personality, Boudet tried to remain, as much as possible, in the shadows... Yet, he wrote a strange, and at first glance, unreadable book: "La Vraie Langue Celtique et le Cromleck de Rennes-les-Bains".
It was published in 1886, but it was realized only much later, that this work plays an important role in the riddle of Rennes-le-Château.


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