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Paul Ferguson
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 Posted: Fri Mar 14th, 2008 02:10 pm
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Something a bit different, an alchemical fireplace at Château Terre-Neuve in the Vendée:

http://www.chateau-terreneuve.com/terreneuve.htm

Apparently Fulcanelli discusses it in his DEMEURES PHILOSOPHALES,

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 Posted: Sat Mar 15th, 2008 09:14 am
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"Apparently Fulcanelli discusses it in his DEMEURES PHILOSOPHALES."

This is right, for sure:

http://www.archerjulienchampagne.com/article-2336767.html

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 Posted: Sat Mar 15th, 2008 02:40 pm
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Very interesting. The D'Estissac family had close links with Rabelais.

The fireplace is also discussed extensively in this downloadable .pdf:

http://hdelboy.club.fr/fontenay_le_comte.pdf

The "4" sigil is mentioned here:

http://www.lecoindelenigme.com/boudet.htm

...in connection with Rennes-le-Château :?

and here:

http://rutajacob.free.fr/recfor/plan/planouvert/4echif/4chif.htm

 

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Paul

 

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 Posted: Sun Mar 16th, 2008 07:11 pm
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"The D'Estissac family had close links with Rabelais."

These links are mentionned by Fulcanelli in his Dwellings of Philosophers. Here is an other article on the same "chimney":

http://www.archerjulienchampagne.com/article-2921143.html

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