Thursday, July 23, 2015
Note the "SION" signature on the above parchment and compare the design to the sigil below on the "Centurion Stone" found near Rennes-le-Chateau close to Centurion Peak. According to La Clau (the Key) in Girona, the sigil represents a map which is illustrated below. The elements are the same, the X of the 4, the curved element which is the S, and the arrow below which is the upside down A. This is the map of the RLC area used in the Priory of Sion signature. It is authentic, making the parchment authentic, and also verifying the Centurion Stone discovered by the Tombman. The same sigil on a Swiss crest pointing upwards. The sigil as a map of the Rennes-le-Chateau area. The sigil and the cross of Hermes used as a printer`s crest. This geometric figure is used on the Dagobert parchment.