A: This site is dedicated to the frauds and other downright silliness of the Rennes le Chateau world, a genre mostly supported by myths, vanity, financial scams, and not a speck of proof. Ask anyone for sources or suggest all is not what it seems and you'll be sent to Coventry - fast.
A: The village featured in the tv series was inescapable and similarly, one cannot escape from RLC. Everyone is controlled and everything recycled - in short, it's like living in a permanent state of Deja Vu... er, haven't i seen you somewhere before??
A: We couldn't possibly feature the memes without him. He's one of the most flamboyant, and dare we say, photogenic dudes in the genre - it just wouldn't be cricket to not include him; we love our Gino*.
A: It's a bloke thing. Especially a middle aged bald bloke thing. There's something about scrabbling around in the dirt, and possibly an obsession with mortality. Fake tombs also seem to sell especially well.
A: Tombs with Biblical tenants do seem to show up an awful lot in relation to RLC, but ask any researcher to actually show you the location, and you'll be met with serious resistance, and an awful lot of expletives.
A: It's a well known fact that Mary Madge and Jesus spent much of their time hoofing it around the south of France. I mean, if you want to escape Roman tyranny, it makes total sense to endure a perilous sea voyage and head straight for another Roman province. **
A: If you really want to get in touch, you'll find me. Do me a favour though - don't spam me, try to sell me Sauniere's magical grundies, do a creepy lurking act or send me flirtatious messages, as i'm likely to put you through the nearest window. Other than that, i'm thoroughly lovely and approachable. Honest.
** The frequent Mary Magdalene links are likely borrowed from Robert Amberlain's book 'Jésus ou Le mortel secret des templiers' which suggests Jesus had a female partner. The authors of HBHG probably adapted the scenario to suit their own narrative, Henry Lincoln apparently having been introduced to the author in the 1970's according to this article. The rest is history. For more information click here.