Thursday, May 2, 2013

The new book by Bill Kersey delivers!

(Click on cover to enlarge). "Keys of Antiquity", the new book by adventurer and Rennes-le-Chateau archaeologist Bill Kersey, is everything that one would expect from this expert in the field. He covers codes, discoveries, apocrypha, and history from ancient times through the fall of Rome and the Visigoths, to Blanche of Castille and the Voisons at Rennes. Geometry in art and in the landscape is a key to understanding the mysteries of the Languedoc, Bill discusses this subject in detail beginning with the famous Poussin painting, he applies the Pythagorean ideal to the newly discovered younger Mona Lisa as well. The Rennes-le-Chateau parchments figure prominently in the mystery clues, and the author covers their translation by means of a complex code in detail. It is great fun to follow Bill and his friends on their arduous hikes in the tangled French countryside rain or shine - these are dedicated people! Their is an informative chapter on previous famous discoveries and maps. One of the great treasures revealed in this book is the link between Castle Cabrieres, home of opera diva Emma Calve, to Rennes-le-Chateau and the monastery of Montserrat in Spain during Templar times. A Bill Kersey book is truly and education.

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