Le Serpent Rouge

Dan Brown fails to explain where he got, and why he used the term “Rose Line”. Below is the post got me evicted from several yahoo-groups, after I suggested my family is a rose line, which by THE RULES suggests my family was a candidate for a Holy Grail Bloodline. Did Brown read this post – two years before he wrote his famous book? This rose-thing infuriated several published authors – and the Sinclair family – who just banned me from their clan on facebook, after I suggested they help me establish a religious base for the Buck Foundation. They may try to do so behind my back, which is par for the course. I made it clear that according the THEIR RULES, this bloodline had to be OPPRESSED for two thousand years – and counting! If the shoe fits – wear it!

“Is anyone oppressing the Sinclairs?”

The legal case I am going to make against Robert Buck, is, Stacey Pierrot had no intention of sharing profits from book and movies sales with the heirs, thus, this goes against the LAST WISHES of the famous woman artist, known as Rosamond. Rosamond was one name given to ‘Sleeping Beauty’.  This is a attempt to prevent me from finishing my book by a business man, employing a law firm to back me off, and take my book, after I am overcome with despair, and, defeated by the rich and powerful people that put themselves in my way. Tom Snyder’s book is filled with the accounts of how defeated my sister felt, she never able to get enough support from family, friends, and business associates, so, she turned on them. Sydney Morris said this to me in our only telephone conversation;

“I hear your sister was a real pain in the ass!”

What’s the point? She’s dead. Her long problem with her business people (two of them with law degrees) is over. The Buck boys give it new life, and do much damage to a creative family legacy – while they distribute monies to poor folk like me via the Buck Trust. Pierrot and Snyder went with Morris’s theme, thus decreasing interest in Rosamond’s art work, that stopped selling. Christine Rosamond could care less, because – she is dead! She was no longer a “pain in the ass”. She’s no long got in the way – and they FAILED! We have written proof of this FAILURE! – that will live in infamy! Her daughters were not happy with the outcome – either!

My profound proof that I gave to the world, for free, that the Knights Templar owned the Shroud of Turin, can not be denied or evoked. The Church dedicated to Saint Stephen lies on Brown’s  dubious “rose line”.  Consider my defiant muse, Belle, and the song that was being sung in the background when we met.

Robert Buck is betting no attorney will take my case, and sue him, because he is so rich and powerful. I suggest we go to arbritation, because, I own the Buck Immortal Soul because of this stanza from ‘Le Serpent Rouge’.

“During my testing pilgrimage I tried to clear
a path with the sword crossing the inextricable vegetation of the woods,
I wanted to reach the residence of the sleeping BEAUTY in whom certain
poets saw the QUEEN of a past realm. In desperation of finding
my way again the parchments of this Friend were for me, the thread of
Ariadne.”

I own your soul, Mr. Buck, much more than you owned mine, for your ancestor knew one of these poets. You will forever be connected to the Le Serpent Rouge! How do you like them apples? Your hired ghost writer demonized and insulted by Rosy Mother.

And now, I let go a hardy laugh like the one Errol Flynn let go while in a giant tree. Rosemary and Lillian Rosamond, dated Mr. Flynn.

Jon Presco

Copyright 2017

https://rosamondpress.com/2014/12/13/st-stephen-and-rosemary/

https://rosamondpress.com/2015/05/29/the-spindle-and-distaff-of-the-templar-shroud-2/

Other landmarks said to lie on the line are Arques and Conques,[20] the Lady of the Roses cathedral in Rodez, St. Vincent’s in Carcassonne, and the Church of St. Stephen’s in Bourges, and Rennes-les-Bains

The term Rose Line as the Paris Meridian was given by Dan Brown in his novel The Da Vinci Code as an alternate name for “the world’s first prime meridian”,[1] identified as the Paris Meridian.[12] Brown’s novel also conflates this meridian with a gnomon in the Parisian church of Saint-Sulpice marked in the floor with a brass line,[13] as did the 1967 Priory Document Le Serpent Rouge – Notes sur Saint-Germain-des-Près et Saint-Sulpice de Paris.

“During my testing pilgrimage I tried to clear
a path with the sword crossing the inextricable vegetation of the woods,
I wanted to reach the residence of the sleeping BEAUTY in whom certain
poets saw the QUEEN of a past realm. In desperation of finding
my way againc

prosemont@yahoo.com

Oct 19, 2001  — In templars@y…, prosemont@y… wrote:
One can say I am…..petalling my own thorny nest?

A month ago I found out my mother Rosemary’s maiden name, Rosamond,
was originally de Rougemont from a family that lived in Rougemont
France on the Swiss border. I have been – computer hacking my furious
way to the Beautiful Tower of Arginey ever since….the rose petals
flying as I go! Damn the thorns – I see the light!

There is an article that discribes Rosamond, ‘The Rose of the World’
as the Shekinah “the light of God”. I suspect this is what lie at the
core of the Labyrinth.

The Rosemont family crest depicts a cross amongst roses. I think this
is a barbed-cross, the upright beam of the cross looking like a
barbed lance, or spear. I wonder at its meaning. The Stewart family
crest has a pierced-rose in it. Is this the source of Barbarosa’s
name – or a play on his name? Any hints?

The name d’uxeloup is part of the Rougemont name in some cases, I
tracing the de Rougemont liniage to Saint Loup, and Chateau-Loup
where I lost an article saying the Templar treasure was traced to
here. I have no connection with the rightwing groups that took over
the orders mentioned. I am harmless, and love to relflect on the
mysteries in solitude….but for several egroups I am a member of –
which is liken to solitude? I seek no following…..as yet! *S*

Here is the link to my new pages;

http://www.geocities.com/prosemont/Rosemont-Templar.html

http://www.geocities.com/roggiemansmarcel/ort.htm

— In templars@y…, “Erling Johansen” <erling.johansen@v…> wrote:
> John, a small question:
>
> I can’t help but notice that certain names pop up again and again
through your postings, and you post on a diversity of topics: It’s
names like: Rougemont,Rosamond,Rosemont, Rosamund, “Fair Rosamond”
(kept in a Troy-town ????). Those names appear frequently in
connection with almost everything you write. What’s the reason for
this?? Who is Fair Rosamond being kept in a Troy-town???
>
> Erling.

https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/Templar-de-Rosemont/conversations/messages/6

https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/Templar-de-Rosemont/conversations/messages/7

http://www.connectotel.com/rennes/serpnote/serpnote.htm

1 Aquarius

“How strange are the manuscripts of this Friend, great
traveller of the unknown, they appeared to me separately, yet they
form a whole for him who knows that the colours of the rainbow
give a white unity, or for the Artist for whom the black springs
out from under his paintbrush, made from the six colours of his magic palette.”

3 Aries

“During my testing pilgrimage I tried to clear
a path with the sword crossing the inextricable vegetation of the woods,
I wanted to reach the residence of the sleeping BEAUTY in whom certain
poets saw the QUEEN of a past realm. In desperation of finding
my way again the parchments of this Friend were for me, the thread of
Ariadne.”

“Dans mon pélérinage eprouvant, je tentais de me frayer à
l’epée une voie à travers la végétation inextricable des bois, je
voulais parvenir à la demeure de la BELLE endormie en qui certains
poètes voient la REINE d’un royaume disparu. Au désespoir de retrou-
ver le chemin, les parchemins de cet Ami furent pour moi le fil d’
Ariane.”

“testing pilgrimage”

“The story of the Chymical Wedding provides a unique description of a spiritual path of development, as important in its content for the human being in this century as it was for aspirants three centuries ago. The story described the journey undertaken by the pilgrim, a step by step vindication of the unfolding and maturing of an enriched reality, not subject to the processes of decay and dissolution in the temporal physical sphere.”

(Chymical Wedding, Introduction, p.1)

“I tried to clear a path with the sword crossing the inextricable vegetation of the woods, I wanted to reach the residence of the sleeping BEAUTY”

Direct reference to the Tree of Life. The path of the sword being Zain, that between the Sephiroth of Binah and Tiphareth, that is from Understanding to Beauty with the “inextricable vegetation” being the tree itself. This same path crosses the Abyss of the Tree of Life.

(Archetypes on the Tree of Life, p.19)

“inextricable vegetation”

“Now and again one would take the quest upon him and try to force his way through the thick hedge. But no one succeeded. The sharp thorns gripped the unhappy young men like clutching hands, and held them fast, so that they could neither go forward nor back, and they perished miserably.”

(Sleeping Beauty, p. 75)

“sleeping BEAUTY”

Fairytale by Charles Perrault first published in 1695 as “La belle au bois dormant” (The Beauty of the Sleeping Wood).

“Then a fairy rose in her place and said –

“I will begin. My gift to the Princess Briar-Rose is the gift of Beauty. She shall have eyes like stars, and hair as bright as the sunshine of the spring day on which she was born, and cheeks as fresh and fair as the petals of the flower from which she takes her name.””

(Sleeping Beauty, p.29)

“And in the story of the Sleeping Beauty the prince must win through a hedge of thorns. The princess slept because she had been pricked by a spindle, perhaps one of the three spindles of the Grail-tree on which the crystal was, so to speak, impaled, and this “tree” was, as we have seen, a hidden allusion to the “Bed of Solomon”, in which she slept until the solar light should reawaken and bring her sparkling back to life.”

(The Ancient Secret, p. 142)

“These spindles had been made by Solomon’s wife out of wood from the Tree of Life which grew in Paradise…”

(The Ancient Secret, p. 83)

“BEAUTY”

“The ‘path of beauty’, or Tiphereth, the Sixth Sephira, is sometimes represented by V, Vau, and therefore sometimes stands for Microprosopus by itself; it is really the central Sephira of the group of six Sephiroth which compose him. The numerical value of Vau is 6.”

(The Kabbalah Unveiled, p. 58)

“That is, through Daath or Knowledge, whereby Wisdom is combined with Understanding, and the Beautiful Path (Tiphereth, the Sixth Sephirah) with his bride the Queen (Malkuth, the Tenth Sephirah); and this is the concealed idea, or soul, pervading the whole emanation.”

(The Mystical Qabalah, p. 47)

“”Here”, said he, “lies buried Lady Venus, that beauty which hath undone many a great man, both in fourtune, honour, blessing and prosperity.””

(Chymical Wedding, Fifth Day, p. 55)

“in whom certain poets saw the QUEEN of a past realm”

“It is the Observation of such as skill Dreams, That to travel in our sleep a long way, and all alone, is a sign of Death. This it seems the Poet knew : for when the Queen of Carthage was to dye for love, he fits her with this Melancholy Vision.”

(The Fame and Confession of the Fraternity of the RC, 1652, p.A3)

The Poet in this case may be Virgil (70BC – 19BC) in the Aeneid. The Queen of Carthage is Dido who loved Aeneas of Troy.

“Brigit – A pre-Christian Irish goddess, said to have been particularly revered by the poets…she was associated particularly with the art of healing and the craft of the blacksmith. The name Brigit derives from an older form Briganti, whose meaning approximates to “the sublime one”.”

(Dictionary of Celtic Religion and Culture, p. 47)

“thread of Ariadne”

“Now, before Daedalus left Crete, he had given Ariadne a magic ball of thread, and instructed her how to enter and leave the Labyrinth. She must open the entrance door and tie the loose end of the thread to the lintel; the ball would then roll along, diminishing as it went and making, with devious turns and twists, for the innermost recess where the Minotaur was lodged. This ball Ariadne gave to Theseus, and instructed him to follow it until he reached the sleeping monster, whom he must seize by the hair and sacrifice to Poseidon. He could then find his way back by rolling up the thread into a ball again.”

(The Greek Myths, Volume One, p.339)

“Of course we hear of more marriages among the gods. There is Zeus, the Indo-European god of sky and weather, bound in mystical marriage with the goddesses and mortal women alike. There is Dionysus, who marries Ariadne on the island

The Da Vinci Code[edit]

The term Rose Line as the Paris Meridian was given by Dan Brown in his novel The Da Vinci Code as an alternate name for “the world’s first prime meridian”,[1] identified as the Paris Meridian.[12] Brown’s novel also conflates this meridian with a gnomon in the Parisian church of Saint-Sulpice marked in the floor with a brass line,[13] as did the 1967 Priory Document Le Serpent Rouge – Notes sur Saint-Germain-des-Près et Saint-Sulpice de Paris. The Paris Meridian actually passes about 100 metres east of the gnomon,[14] which according to author Sharan Newman and a sign in the church was “never called a Rose-Line”.[13][15] A St Sulpice booklet dating from 2000, in the page about the history of the gnomon describes the brass line as “a meridian”, it does not use the term Roseline or Rose Line.[16] Author Paul Murdin describes such sun lines as a “Meridian”, or meridiana.[17]

Brown identified the Paris Meridian with the alleged bloodline of Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene as well as Rosslyn Chapel, the central part of his novel. Quoting from The Da Vinci Code:

“Rosslyn Chapel’s entrance was more modest than Langdon expected. The small wooden door had two iron hinges and a simple oak sign, Roslin. This ancient spelling, Langdon explained to Sophie, derived from the Rose Line meridian on which the chapel sat; or, as Grail academics preferred to believe, from the ‘Line of the Rose’ — the ancestral lineage of Mary Magdalene…”[18]

Quoting Mark Oxbrow and Ian Robertson from their book Rosslyn and the Grail:

“Dan Brown simply invented the ‘Rose Line’ linking Rosslyn and Glastonbury. The name ‘Roslin’ definitely does not derive from any ‘hallowed Rose Line’. It has nothing to do with a ‘Rose Bloodline’ or a ‘Rose Line meridian’. There are many medieval spellings of ‘Rosslyn’. ‘Roslin’ is certainly not the ‘original spelling’: it is now the most common spelling for the village.”[19]

At the climax of the novel, the protagonist follows the line of Arago medallions to the Louvre museum, where (according to the book) the Paris Meridian passes beneath the so-called Inverted Pyramid in an underground mall in front of the museum. Following the tradition of esoteric interpretations of this meridian, the novel hints that this is the final resting place of the Holy Grail. The fact that the meridian passes near the La Pyramide Inversée, the Inverted Pyramid, is also noted in the book Le guide du Paris maçonnique by Raphäel Aurillac, who likewise ascribes some deeper, esoteric significance to this.

In the Louvre area, the meridian line marked by the Arago medallions actually runs through the museum and the great courtyard at a spot considerably to the east of the Inverted Pyramid. The medallions in the museum are behind ticketed access points, while the Inverted Pyramid is located in a public mall next to the museum.

Other landmarks said to lie on the line are Arques and Conques,[20] the Lady of the Roses cathedral in Rodez, St. Vincent’s in Carcassonne, and the Church of St. Stephen’s in Bourges, and Rennes-les-Bains

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