Volume 5 / Number 1  

Le Heiron du Val d'Or, from Henri Lobineau's Secret Dossiers
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Between the Swastika and the Cross of Lorraine: The Priory of Sion During WWII
Giants on the Earth
Geometric Revelations: An Interview with Henry Lincoln
The Flowering Tomb: A Massive Hidden Structure Beneath Rennes-le-Chateau?
Out of Chaldea: The Secret Legacy of the Architect-Priests.
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The Occult Roots of Christianity
The Divine Couple
"Once a Catholic, Always a Catholic." Interview with Pogo: a.k.a. "Madonna Wayne Gacy."

Le Heiron du Val d’Or
From Secret Dossiers by Henri Lobineau

Translates by Tracy Twyman

The Greek philosophers were ignorant of the source of the knowledge contained in their mythology. Aristotle said that it came from the barbarians, and holy Clément of Alexandria expressed the same opinion. The word “barbares” is without a doubt closer to the Hebrew word “Ber.”

It is remarkable then that the Hebrew root “BER” means “source”, an idea which is associated with that of an “origin.”

César notes that the Welsh Druids used writing of a Greek nature.

We are thus incited to see in Greek the writing of those who, with bronze, brought to the Mediterranean basin their worship and their gods. It is also on these premises that they would have conceived of the myths collected by the Greeks.

The men of prehistory had, to our knowledge, been inclined towards the constellations of north, and the Great Bear (Grand Ourse), the one anciently named and illustrated. However, the word “Aour” means light in Hebrew. The Great Bear is the great light, but what word is it in our language? The answer is rather unexpected and I give it without any reservations. Indeed, in Hebrew, as always, the name of the animal called “The Bear” is “CHR TZ”, where one discovers the word Christ. The astonishing mystery is a source of constant admiration when one sees the relationships between the words, or the words by which the verb manifests!

Is it not already obvious that to sing in poor French from somewhere else will not make mankind become one single family, and that it is the call to transformation which must bring together the people in only one herd, lead only by a single pastor?

As for the red flag, it is that of the Sacred Heart. Already before, a red cloth was thrown derisively on the shoulders of Jesus in front of Pilate, who then scoffed at his alleged office of King of the Jews. And in the Apocalypse, XIX, 13, it is covered in a red cloak that Christ returns in royal majesty. Red is indeed the crimson color of the kings, this primitive race having given to the world its rules and its laws, because all the people of Europe living on banks of the Atlantic Ocean can claim the priestly heritage.

Red is the color of the solar primitive religion. If the skeletons of the Celtic epoch were buried in red earth, then the Peaux-Bouges are presently heirs to the Celtic tradition, polishing the body in red in certain circumstances.

The red color is that of Hermes (that of the kermes). The black color (of anarchy) must, in the transformations of the substance principle, transform itself into a red color. The red flag has, besides other things, a long history which is connected to the universal Tradition in general and with that of France in particular.

When the Roman Empire extended itself down into Scotland, a red standard called “vexillum” or “cantabrun” was used as the exclusive insignia of the more venerated armies. During battle, it was carried at the head of the troops. The guard was entrusted to fifty Praetorians chosen from among the strongest and bravest men. This standard consisted of a crossed lance made from stick, from which fell a crimson veil with fringes of gold. The pole was surmounted with an eagle made of gold. After the famous vision of the monogram of Christ (not the cross like they mistakenly say) and his apparition in the sun - a vision of that place surrounded by Autun, which was accompanied by a voice saying to him, “By this sign you will overcome” - the emperor Constantine placed this monogram at the top of the pole of the red standard, consequently giving it the significant name of “labarum.”

In fact, the monogram of Christ, about which they little question themselves, contains the necessary elements, and symbolic systems sufficient to penetrate the labyrinth. A red flag was thus the first French flag, and this idea brings to mind the famous oriflamme (golden flame) preserved in the basilica of Saint-Denys, which on many occasions led the French to victory with the cry of “Alontjoye Saint-Denys”, and which was a red banner cut out in points at the bottom, spangled with lily of gold, and bordered with a fringe of gold.

This standard was originally the banner of the Abbey of Saint-Denys. Its color indicates that of the wine devoted to Dionysus, because between Saint Denys and Dionysus there is an etymological relationship. The holy Denys lost his head, having been decapitated. Dionysus lost his heart. However, he who discovers the relationship which exists between the two legends has penetrated one of the mysteries of esotericism.

Dionysos is the divine spirit of evolution throughout the universe, the radiant spirit, alive with intelligence. We know that he was torn apart by the Titans, who devoured his members and interred his heart, but that Minerve (Athena) carried this heart into the sky, captioning an entire teaching of the Orphic tradition.

The word Orpheus contains Or phos. It is it a word composed of two words, the one Hebrew and the other Greek, and significantly both mean “light.”

The Devotion of the Sacred Heart:

In reality, the devotion towards the Sacred Heart is nothing more than a popularization of a very old cult, that of the Heart of the sky (the Sun). It is by a radiant heart that we represent the heart of Christ, that within which we do not see a gross materialization. The Church, in its psalms, glorifies it “In sole posuit tabernaculum suum.” They thus regarded it as the gate to vault of the divinity, and, as in the famous credo, “That which is Lumen of Lumine.” With far less devotion to Him, such consideration gives a considerable breadth and an antiquity to Him and unites with something larger the one and single Tradition to which belongs the Christian religion.

The crowned heart figure on megalithic monuments is part of the religious tradition of solarism. It was carried to Crete on vases dated several millennia ago, and it is not without some emotion that I have seen in the windows of certain museums Egyptian amulets representing a heart surmounted with a cross, identical to the modern badges of the Sacred Heart.

Templars, attached to a very old Tradition, held great honor for the crowned heart. A radiant heart in front of which a character is in worship is reproduced on one of the walls of the keep of Chinon where there were imprisoned a certain number of Templars who covered the walls with graffiti.

The image of the radiant heart can be seen also in their English commandaries.

The association of the heart of Christ with the Sun appears clearly in certain marble engravings dating from the XIII century and coming from Carthusians from Saint-Denis-of-Orques. The wounded heart is indeed reproduced on this marble surrounded with the planetary signs and signs of the zodiac.

It is in France, in Paray-le-Monial, that they have given birth to the devotion towards the Sacred Heart, which is the entitlement of the Hiéron du Val d’Or. In Autun of 1893 someone found, on the tomb of a Christian woman dating from the VI century, an inscription in Greek letters (it was said that Druids wrote in Greek letters.) It comprises eleven lines, and the first letter of the first five form the word ICHTUS.

Here is part of this inscription: “O divine race of the celestial fish, receive with a respectful heart in immortal life among the mortals the waters of the divine ones. Friend, remake your heart with the eternal flood of the wisdom which gives treasures. It is a reservoir of nourishment, soft like the honey of the Savior of the saints. Eat with hunger: you hold the fish in your hands.”

Paray-le-Monial, February 5, 1926
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