Info from Breznev Note
St. Nazaire – 67 rems proved it had been there, plus Phillip bought it the month after killing De Molay
St. Nazaire – is a commune in the Loire-Atlantique department in western France
Rems – is a measurement of Radiation
50 – 100 rems Mild radiation sickness with headache and increased risk of infection caused by disruption of immunity cells
Phillip iv – was the king that ended the Order of the Knights Templar
De Molay – “Jacques de Molay” a “templar knight”
Why did they move it from Villaret? Clement did something, but didn’t know about it.
Phillip? stupid Breznev, he would’ve just melted it down for the war
Clement – Clement V
It’s something that can be melted?
Sophia’s confirmed (54 rems), probably before Phillip killed De Molay. Couldn’t leave it to the Turks
Sophia – to common of a name to get anything for now (Greek for “wisdom”)
Need to find where it went from Villaret—Carcasonne, if it stayed in Languedoc. Think De Molay went to Rennes Les Chateau, possibly Cyprus. They already swtiched the real one with Bazelel’s and left the fake with Sophia, but her crypts were empty. Cyprus may have been too obvious for them, and I didn’t see anything in Alexandria. Think I got it backwards, and it went from Villaret to Carcassone. From there then: Cyprus or Paris. Could it have gone back to the Temple Mount? Fuck, Gabriel was there when they moved it and he won’t tell me where! I thought the Comte St. Germain would want it found again!
Phillip iv – Rex Bellator 1294 that has to be why
Languedoc is a former province of France
Rennes-le-Château is a small medieval castle village
Cyprus is a Eurasian island country in the Eastern Mediterranean
The Temple Mount – also known as Mount Moriah and by Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary
Bazelel – not enough info
Alexandria is the second-largest city in Egypt
Gabriel – not enough info
Comte de St. Germain – know for a lot of thing like as one of the Masters of the Ancient Wisdom, is credited with near god-like powers and longevity
Rex Bellator – second version on how to recover the Holy Land: the ” Rex Bellator “unification of the military orders under the power of a Christian Prince
Barret knows it ended up in America, how did it get there? OTO must have taken it before or during the war.
Barret – not enough info
Ordo Templi Orientis (O.T.O.) Order of the Temple of the East or the Order of Oriental Templars
Info from visit
Sylvie grinned. “Here,” she hands him Breznev’s bible. Kazuki flips through it and nothing falls out of the pages. He sees an address, London, written inside the cover, and puts it in his backpack to look through later. There’s a sigil on the back cover.
Kazuki stepped into Breznev’s library. Strange, he’d known the man for a long time, but had never really seen the inside of his home. It was exactly as he’d expected, as crazy and disjointed as Breznev’s thoughts. Books were stacked up dozens high, and pages torn seemingly at random from them. It would be a waste, Breznev had no special regard for books. He treated them as pads of paper and tore out pages to wipe his mouth while eating. Kazuki saw a copy of the Lemegeton perched on top of one of the stacks. He remembered it from Breznev’s long mushroom trips and pulled it off the pile. Flipping through the pages, he saw a scrawled note “Barrett – 20526 Grand River Ave – Detroit”. Closing the book, Kazuki slips it into his backpack. Airplane reading.
Berrett – got an address, I got to talk to her?
He looked in the Rolodex, Sylvie had gotten it for him years ago as a joke. Breznev was KGB, he would never write a number down in that and they both knew it. Kazuki flipped through it anyway, because he wasn’t looking for an answer. He was looking for signs. The Rolodex skips “G” entirely
Kazuki looked at the books near Breznev’s desk, lifts up a heavily marked up copy of La Très Sainte Trinosophie, Breznev had obviously been spending time trying to decipher it. He sees a note written in the margins of several pages of Soldier of Fortune (obviously Sylvie didn’t know what Breznev was doing with her magazines, or he would have been disappeared long ago). It was a… poem? No, a liturgy.
“Six are their number, the lords high and mighty, rulers and devourers of men. On waves of war, plagues and pestilence shall they feast, growing stronger and darker. These are the names of the Enlightened, speak not of them except with reverance and rarity:”
Baphomet, the axe of plagues
Dagon, the sword of war
Abraxas, the scythe of famine
Azazel, the chains of winter
Moloch, the rope of poverty
Belial, the spear of kings
“And on the tongues of man, secrets…” [the next several lines of the note have been torn out]
“Few people laughed. Few people cried. Most were silent.”
La Très Sainte Trinosophie – The Most Holy Trinosophia or The Most Holy Threefold Wisdom, is a French esoteric book, allegedly authored by the Count of St Germain
He recognized the photograph, but had forgotten about it. He’d taken it the next morning, when the sun was cresting the hillsides and casting long fingers of shadow through the olive trees. Their thin leaves covered in morning dew shone a thousand tiny suns, refractions of those ancient gods worshipped by cities long dead. A thousand baleful eyes, Adrammelech summoned from his throne and staring down from every leaf and branch. A wave of light, sun god or no, slowed down and bounding recklessly through the air. Witnessed angles of incidence and refraction curves making complex patterns of light, just so, as the intricate web of pure white light fades at the edges into thin pale rainbows and snaps true in a perfect summoning sigil against the marble sculpture.
It was the grave, hidden in a thicket. He’d woken next to it not hungover despite the two bottles of wine the night previous, and knew he would never find the path again. The picture he’d taken of the grave, the decrepit moss covered effigy, face inscribed with:
Jacques De Molay
1238 – 1314
Order of the Knights Templar
liturgy English translation “service”, may refer to an elaborate formal ritual such as the Catholic Mass, or a daily activity such as the Muslim salat and Jewish services
Adrammelech – was a form of sun god, the centre of his worship was the town of Sepharvaim and was brought by the Sepharvite colonists into Samaria. The “melech” from his name means “King” in Hebrew and he is associated with the Moloch of Carthage
Baphomet – in the 19th century the name came into popular English-speaking consciousness with the publication of various works of pseudo-history that tried to link the Knights Templar with conspiracy theories elaborating on their suppression
Emlightened and Baphomet were both said in the liturgy earlier