The Rose Portal of the Eight Beauties

In the a tower of Arginy Castle, members of a neo-Templar group that is not the Solar Temple group, drew portals on the wall so that diseased Knights Templars could come through and reveal occult secrets and the whereabouts of the vast Templar treasure that was concealed long ago. The De Rosemont family was involved in several searches for this treasure. Jacques Breyer had formed a new Rosicrucian cosmology. The Solar Temple attached itself to the Arginy Knights of the Rose Cross, and allegedly committed mass suicides and murders so members can pass into another realm, perhaps travel to a distant star. Consider the suicides by the Heaven’s Gate cult.

When important truths and facts were concealed just after the death of my sister, Christine Rosamond Benton, I said in letters a cult was formed. It may not have been intentional, but, cults strive on secrets. This secret cult sucked in my daughter who at sixteen was involved in Scientology, along with their mother. I met with the leader of the west coast Scineltogists, and told her she was using Heather Hanons like a slave. In two months Heather has cut off all means to contact her, and has contacted Vicki Presco in order to strike up a relationship with her – knowing we are at odds over her account of how our sister died. Heather was a minor child, who was counting on my relationship with members of my family never being mended! Heather, and her family, are like maggots living in the terrible wound death often leaves in a family. I suspect Heather’s aunt, Linda Comstock, and her attorney husband, were instructing Heather on how to handle me, how to own power over me – for starters!

For the reason I may never see my grandson again, I am bid to put a Time capsule, a Portal, for him and his children to find me, his grandfather. This is my ineage. Tyler Hunt’s father never wanted him, and his father, disowned Ryan Hunt.

Some people believe members of the Solar Temple were murdered. I tend to concur for the reason several babies were demonized and butchered. This looks like someone, or a group of people, were trying to demonize and discredit the Solar Temple. If true, who is that group? It is as if monsters came through portals all over the world, and slay these people whose bodies were placed in a star formation, and burned.

Jon Presco

Copyright 2012

Chateau d’Arginy & Secret of the Knights Templar
A friend of mine just told me about a very cool chateau in Charentay, not too far from Lyon. I visited it and have become rather obsessed about it.

Gorgeous, n’est-ce pas?

You can click here to read more about it in English and see some amazing photos. (I google translated the website for you, so the text is a little funky.)

The castle sits upon an ancient salt mine from the time of the Gauls. A Roman lieutenant named Arginusae built a small town upon the site, hence the castle’s name, Arginy.

In the 11th century, a castle with three towers and a donjon, or house, was built upon the site. The castle has been lived in by noble families, non-stop (With perhaps an exception during the French Revolution), since its creation. Much of the castle we see today was constructed in 1533.

It is said that the castle contains a treasure of the Knights Templar. This would most likely be secret writings. Documents, which if reveled today, would knock the Catholic church on its behind. Kind of like the Da Vinci Code ….

People have been hunting for this treasure since the 15th century. (The treasure would have been from the 13th century when Pope Innocent III launched a campaign to exterminate all Cathars and Templar Knights in 1208–such an innocent guy. The treasure was apparently later transported to a “place of safety”, le Chateau d’Arginy?)

Each time people dig for the treasure, there is a mortal accident, someones head gets crushed. In 1883, a man’s foot was crushed as he descended into a vertical gallery. In 1914, Count Pierre de Rosemont, the owner, was given a “spiritual order” to stop looking for the treasure. People believe that he may have found the sarcophagus of the Knight Templar who was buried in an underground chamber and who is responsible for writing mystical symbols on the wall of the burial chamber. (Click here for photos of the symbols)

In 1953, a team of occultists from the l’ordre souverain du Temple solaire, or Sovereign Order of the Solar Temple were called in by the owner, Jacques de Rosement. They declared that there are 11 ghosts of the Knights Templar guarding a treasure.

Several books have been written on the chateau d’Arginy, most notably Time out of Time by Gabrielle Carmi.

The current owners are not keen on people visiting. Please respect their wish for privacy if you decide to visit the area.

Voila! Gros bisous des château hanté et a demain.

According to “Peronnik” (a pseudonym of temple member Robert Chabrier) in his book, “Pourquoi la Résurgence de l’Ordre du Temple? Tome Premier: Le Corps” (“Why a Revival of the Order of the Solar Temple? Vol. One: The Body”) 1975, pp. 147–149 [1], the aims of the Order of the Solar Temple included: establishing “correct notions of authority and power in the world”; an affirmation of the primacy of the spiritual over the temporal; assisting humanity through a great “transition”; preparing for the Second Coming of Jesus as a solar god-king; and furthering a unification of all Christian churches and Islam. The group reportedly drew some inspiration for its teachings from British occultist Aleister Crowley, who headed the Order of Eastern Temple from 1923 until his death in 1947, and the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, a 19th century Rosicrucian Order Crowley belonged to briefly.[2] Both occult groups had a grade system somewhat similar to the Solar Temple. Another Rosicrucian group, the Rosicrucian Fellowship headed by Max Heindel, also mentioned Rosicrucians worship Christ as “The Solar Logos” (Rays from the Cross Magazine, June, 1933), although this is not traditional Christian doctrine.
There were Solar Temple lodges in Morin Heights and Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pérade, Quebec, Canada, as well as in Australia, Switzerland, Martinique and other countries. The Temple’s activities were a mix of early Protestant Christianity and New Age philosophy using variously adapted Freemason rituals. Jouret was interested in attractive, wealthy and influential members, and it was reputed that several affluent Europeans were secret members of the group..
[edit] Structure
According to the literature of the OTS, the central authority was the Synarchy of the Temple, whose membership was secret. Its top 33 members were known as the Elder Brothers of the Rosy Cross (an alternative name for the Rosicrucians), and were headquartered in Zürich, Switzerland. The Council of the Order formed Lodges which were run by a Regional Commander and three Elders. Progression in the Order was by levels and grades, with three grades per level – the levels being The Brothers of Parvis, The Knights of the Alliance and the Brothers of the Ancient Times in ascending order. There were many organizations associated with the OTS including the International Archedia Sciences and Tradition, Archedia Clubs, Menta Clubs, Agata Clubs and Atlanta Clubs, all of which offered the teachings of Luc Jouret both to the general public and privately to OTS members. The Lodges had altars, rituals and costumes. Members were initiated at each stage of advancement in ceremonies which included expensive purchases, jewellery, costumes, regalia, and the payment of initiation fees. During ceremonies, members wore Crusader-type robes and were to hold in awe a sword which Di Mambro said was an authentic Templar artifact, given to him a thousand years ago in a previous life.
[edit] Mass murders and suicides
In October 1994 Tony Dutoit’s infant son (Emmanuel Dutoit), aged three months, was killed at the group’s centre in Morin Heights, Quebec. The baby had been stabbed repeatedly with a wooden stake. It is believed that Di Mambro ordered the murder, because he identified the baby as the Anti-Christ described in the Bible. He believed that the Anti-Christ was born into the order to prevent Di Mambro from succeeding in his spiritual aim.
A few days later, Di Mambro and twelve followers performed a ritual Last Supper. A few days after that, apparent mass suicides and murders were conducted at Cheiry and Salvan, two villages in Western Switzerland, and at Morin Heights — 15 inner circle members committed suicide with poison, 30 were killed by bullets or smothering, and 8 others were killed by other causes. In Switzerland, many of the victims were found in a secret underground chapel lined with mirrors and other items of Templar symbolism. The bodies were dressed in the order’s ceremonial robes and were in a circle, feet together, heads outward, most with plastic bags tied over their heads; they had each been shot in the head. It is believed that the plastic bags were a symbol of the ecological disaster that would befall the human race after the OTS members moved on to Sirius. It is also believed that these bags were used as part of the OTS rituals, and that members would have voluntarily worn them without being placed under duress. There was also evidence that many of the victims in Switzerland were drugged before they were shot. Other victims were found in three ski chalets; several dead children were lying together. The tragedy was discovered when officers rushed to the sites to fight the fires which had been ignited by remote-control devices. Farewell letters left by the believers stated that they believed they were leaving to escape the “hypocrisies and oppression of this world.”
A mayor, a journalist, a civil servant and a sales manager were found among the dead in Switzerland. Records seized by the Quebec police showed that some members had personally donated over $1 million to the group’s leader Joseph Di Mambro. There was also another attempted mass suicide of the remaining members which was thwarted in the late 1990s[citation needed]. All the suicide/murders and attempts occurred around the dates of the equinoxes and solstices in some relation to the beliefs of the group.
Another massacre related to the OTS took place during the night between the 15 and 16 December 1995. On 23 December 1995, 16 bodies were discovered in a star-formation in the Vercors region in France. It was found later that two of them shot the others and then committed suicide by firearm and immolation.
On the morning of March 23, 1997, five members of the OTS took their own lives in Saint-Casimir, Quebec. A small house exploded into flames, leaving behind five charred bodies for the police to pull from the rubble. Three teenagers aged 13, 14 and 16, the children of one of the couples that died in the fire, were discovered in a shed behind the house, alive but heavily drugged.
Michael Tabachnik, an internationally renowned Swiss musician and conductor, was arrested as a leader of the Solar Temple in the late 1990s. He was indicted for “participation in a criminal organization,” and murder. He came to trial in Grenoble, France during the spring of 2001 and was acquitted. French prosecutors appealed the verdict and an appellate court ordered a second trial beginning October 24, 2006. He was again cleared less than two months later on December 20.[3]

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