Followers of the Rennes-le-Château mystery might be interested in a couple of new articles floating about the net. Firstly, an obituary in The Independent for Gérard de Sède, written by Marcus Williamson (he of the excellent web resource, the Rennes-le-Château Home Page):
Through his more than 40 works, de Sède’s writings on “alternative history” have remained controversial. Some authors have even suggested that the entire Rennes-le-Château “mystery” may not be real at all, but instead an elaborate prank hatched in the 1950s by de Sède and a coterie of friends. Whatever the secret may be, as de Sède himself pointed out in Le Trésor maudit, quoting André Breton, “The imaginary is something that tends to become true.”
Also online over at the Perillos site is a new article on another RlC ‘man of mystery, André Malraux. The essay takes a look at this well-known French novelist and former Minister of Cultural Affairs in the French government, and his interest in certain sites around France such as Rouen and Gisors involved in RlC research. Thanks Marcus and Filip.