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100 years ago a French priest embedded clues in his church leading to a secret location.
Some of those clues have been solved.
That location has been found.
Has the SECRET been revealed?

    Treasure, Tombs, Secret Codes and Hidden Clues, a Brutal Murder, the Knights Templar and 2000 year old Relics, are all parts of a Mystery to be solved. It could be the premise for a new archaeological thriller. After carrying out research Ben hypothesised what the priest may have found and how he may have left clues for someone in the future to find his secret. This book details some possible artifacts and a tomb scenario he may have found and some of the steps that would have to be taken to verify the discoveries as genuine. The result is an exciting blend of fact and fiction.

    What begins as a treasure hunt and a bit of fun and adventure, leads an Englishman to the tiny French village of Rennes-le-Château, where he unlocked a mysterious puzzle set up by a priest 100 years ago.

    Abbé Bérenger Saunière (1852-1917) became mysteriously and fabulously rich after finding a hidden parchment in his Church of Mary Magdalene.

    As many believe, the mysterious priest had embedded clues in his church decoration leading to a treasure or a secret, & the source of his wealth. When Ben Hammott enters the church he soon spots something that everyone else has somehow missed - a key that deciphers some of the embedded clues.

    Painstakingly deciphering and following the clues, Ben is led to a discovery of 2000-year-old artefacts, a treasure of gold, and a Knights Templar Tomb containing a shrouded body! An exciting and enjoyable mix of fact and fiction creates a possible scenario of what the mysterious priest Saunière may have discovered.

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