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post Nov 9 2011, 03:11 PM
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euh die heeft dan toch een rand maar geen opstand?
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post Nov 9 2011, 06:01 PM
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QUOTE (mvlk @ Nov 9 2011, 02:11 PM) *
euh die heeft dan toch een rand maar geen opstand?


Inderdaad: geen opstaande rand!
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post Nov 9 2011, 06:09 PM
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een taalkwestie dus. Een put zonder rand blijft me vreemd klinken, maar het zal dan wel dat zijn.
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post Nov 13 2011, 08:25 PM
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QUOTE (Hans Peper @ Nov 8 2011, 06:24 PM) *
Hi Tante

As far as google can help me to translate , was there a connection to the MM-Church. Some guys of my "home-forum" had checked the terrain on the direct way between the church and the castle with sonar, but without any results.

But my result says, that in the Westwall of the castle is a staircase to the sublevels of RLC, this must be another secret than yours.

That shows how important the castle is/was in our story.


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“La fortune se trouve sous le château à 6 brasses en dedans
il y a une grosse lausse qui cache le petit colidor qui
s’en va jusqu’au fond du souterrain, on y trouve une
porte en fer ; quant on aura ouvert la porte, il y a
une grande sale où il y a le trésor, il y a 13 setiers
de pièces de louis d’or de 100 livres, ce qui fait trois cent
cinquante mille livres de 20 sous et puis 19 pugnères de
pièces de 6 francs, ce qui fait sept mille livres, et
que toute l’argenterie du château et puis des croix d’or ambé
de diamants et des saphirs, qui ont le manche en argent
armé de pierres précieuses qui vaut tout ensemble quatre
million de livres à 20 sous chacun.
Quand on aura tout le trésor, il faut faire le château tout
neuf et penser…”
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post Nov 13 2011, 10:45 PM
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Is dat de schat van bisschop Richard Dillon, ging die niet over een ander kasteel?
Het is van "Hercule Navarrau"?.... KLIK....
Wel interessant, hier hadden we het al over een put die hij ook al eens noemde......KLIK
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post Nov 14 2011, 11:24 AM
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QUOTE (Berkana @ Nov 13 2011, 09:45 PM) *
Is dat de schat van bisschop Richard Dillon, ging die niet over een ander kasteel?
Het is van "Hercule Navarrau"?.... KLIK....
Wel interessant, hier hadden we het al over een put die hij ook al eens noemde......KLIK


Ja dat klopt.
Deze tekst zou volgens sommigen betrekking hebben op een bisschopswoning bij Pieusse.

Hercule is echter van mening dat hij verwijst naar Chateau d'Hautpoul in RLC.
Ik denk dat hij wel eens gelijk kon hebben.
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post Nov 14 2011, 01:17 PM
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Hi Tante,

Als dat waar is, heeft Saunier verzamelde de schat .



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post Aug 12 2017, 09:35 PM
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QUOTE(comte st. germain @ Sep 23 2011, 02:59 PM) *
And another question, Hans.

Personally, I've never believed in RLC as being the mythical (and lost) Rhedae, a city close to resembling Carcassonne if one goes by the description of 50000 inhabitants. In my opinion, and I believe confirmed by you, it used to be a mid-sized ancient Wisigothic fortress - with a keep like the one in Fa - and somewhat similar to those that can be found in the surroundings of RLC, or at least their ruines. Besides, in all the accounts of the Albigensian crusade I read, mention is made of the siege of Montferrand, Coustaussa, Carcassonne, etc. But not of Rhedae or even RLC. This for me is confirmation that RLC is not Rhedae for otherwise it would definately have been mentioned!!

But a fortress used to be there - and even before that a Roman encampment/fortress - and the thick wall of the Chateau d'Hautpoul was part of its defenses. But given the fact this is the last part remaining and maybe standing for a significant amount of time before the present castle was build, would the (hidden) staircase not have been discovered by the people back then when the stones of the ruine were - for example- being used as building blocks? To me the chance of the event of this happening is quite high! And why was just this single wall left standing? Maybe some initiates protected it??

I myself have been 'in' on the RLC scene for quite some time now and made some discoveries of my own of which I'm now writing a book with lots of pictures. In relation to your thesis about sub-level galleries, one of my biggest finds is a system of large sub-level galleries partly collapsed between Sougraigne and Rennes les Bains and which I'm currently exploring. They are large tunnels clearly made by water that once flowed there underground. Sometimes part of it is indeed still flooded by water, depending on the season. Also visible are narrow streaks of 'blue-ish rock'; when you encounter this, care has to be taken because its an alloy that by prolongued exposure can cause serious and irreversible damage to ones health!!!

I wonder though whether these galleries/tunnels might connect to the system you believe lies beneath the plateau of RLC?? What do you think, given the distances and the nature of the underground which is porous?

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About my age, people my age don't want to be reminded of their years in number for it would seem like eternity (IMG:style_emoticons/default/rolleyes.gif)


See what I mean ...no water this year!
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post Sep 14 2017, 01:44 PM
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QUOTE (Tante Betje @ Nov 8 2011, 08:16 AM) *
Hier een officiële plattegrond van Château d'Hautpoul, gemaakt in 1947 door het ministerie voor cultuur.
Hierop zijn de verschillende bouwfasen goed te zien.

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Hi Betje, can you please post or send me the text with belongs to the plan ?

regards Hans

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