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Rennes-le-Chateau - Famous for the mysterious antics of its former priest Berenger Sauniere. Sauniere redecorated his church embedding clues to the secret he discovered during the renovations of the Rennes-le-Chateau church dedicated to Mary Magdalene.

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The Twelve Figures from the Fleury Tableau.

Jesus Christ - Five Women - Three Men - Two Boys - One Baby

The two boys seem to be dressed in Victorian clothes. Perhaps it is Sauniere and his brother Alfred: both joined the church.

Jesus looks not at the figures on the hill around him but stares off into the distance. If the reports are true, Sauniere made the artisans he employed re-do the angle of his head three times until he was satisfied with the result. Was it so Jesus could gaze at a certain point in the landscape?

The young woman stares down in the direction of the Jesus being baptised statue.

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