Some people actually believe that Count St. Germain was really Sir Francis Bacon (1561–1626) in disguise; that is, shortly after Bacon supposedly “staged” his own death in 1626. (See chapter 2 of this website).
In 1623 Sir Francis Bacon expressed his aspirations and ideals in The New Atlantis. Released in 1627, this utopian novel was his creation of an ideal land where "generosity and enlightenment, dignity and splendor, piety and public spirit" were the commonly held qualities of the inhabitants of Bensalem. In this work, he portrayed a vision of the future of human discovery and knowledge. The plan and organization of his ideal college, "Solomon's House", envisioned the modern research university in both applied and pure science.
I mentioned my belief that the two safe boxes, whose locks will open using the Shugborough inscription, are buried under the floor tiles of the Hagia Sophia. At least, this was true when Poussin painted “The Shepherds of Arcadia” sometime 1638.
However, the construction of the Shugborough Monument showing the letter combination keys of the safe boxes tells us that these two safe boxes have been reburied as well. In fact, I believe they are currently buried in the Shugborough estate where the monument is located. This estate was once owned by the Anson family; people who happened to be close acquaintances of Count St. Germain.
For all we know, the hiding place of these two safe boxes may even be right under the monument itself!
What could be the contents of these two safe boxes?
A detailed map of where the cave is exactly located in the huge forested area of the Karakuyu Golu (or Lake Aulocrene), may be inside the smaller safe box.
The coded message of one of Berenger Sauniere’s parchments gives us a clue of what may be inside the other, larger safe box:
J'ACHEVE CE DAEMON DE GARDIEN A MIDI POMMES BLEUES
I finish off this guardian daemon at midday, (with the use of) blue apples
The reference to "POMMES BLEUES" (or blue apples) was to a stained-glass window in the Chapelle des Anges in Saint-Sulpice in Paris, mysteriously broken and replaced in 1900, and depicting Adam and Eve expelled from Paradise while carrying a blue apple.
Recall that in early Christian lore, the Philosopher’s stone was carried by Eve out of the Garden of Eden, implying that it is one and the same as the forbidden fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil, or the “blue apple”. The Philosopher’s stone is a legendary alchemical tool, supposedly capable of turning base metals into gold; it was also sometimes believed to be an elixir of life, useful for rejuvenation and possibly for achieving immortality. (See chapter 3 of this website).
Count St. Germain may have possessed quantities of this fabled stone, which explains his claimed longevity, and may have deposited them inside the larger safe box.
Furthermore, Sauniere’s parchment tells us that these blue apples are needed in order to finish of a certain guardian demon that may be haunting the cave where the Holy Grail is buried.
I believe this guardian demon is none other than Marsyas himself, who was brutally murdered by Apollo inside that cave. Marsyas became the demon Asmodeus after he died. This is the reason why a statue of Asmodeus can be seen inside the Church of Rennes-le-Château.
Asmodeus’ spirit inhabits forests and green vegetation, and this is why he is also known as the Green Man. In Wicca, the Green Man has often been used as a representation of the Horned God, a loose appropriation of ancient pagan gods such as the Celtic Cernunnos and the Greek Pan.
A notable feature of the Rosslyn Chapel's architecture is the presence of 'Green Men'. These are carvings of human faces with greenery all around them, often growing out of their mouths. In Rosslyn they are found in all areas of the chapel, with one excellent example in the Lady Chapel, between the two middle altars of the east wall. There are in excess of 110 carvings of Green men in and around the Chapel.
Congratulations! With all the knowledge I shared with you in this website, you are now in a better position to start your quest for the Holy Grail! Let me know if you find it; because once you do, the following prophecy by Nostradamus will finally be fulfilled:
Century VIII, Quatrain 66
When the inscription D.M. is found in the ancient cave, revealed by a lamp.
Law, the King and Prince Ulpian tried; the Queen and Duke in the pavilion under cover.
The inscription D.M. is the same inscription found in the Shugborough monument which will also be found inscribed in the ancient cave of Marsyas. The lamp refers to the Menorah, one of the great treasures of Jerusalem hidden inside the cave.
Prince Domitius Ulpianus (170-228), anglicized as Ulpian, was a Roman jurist of Tyrian ancestry. In our modern times, he may be likened to a Senator or Congressman, i.e., a Law maker. The Count of St. Germain will have returned as a French Law maker by the time this prophecy of Nostradamus is fulfilled. He will then claim his right to rule France as a former Merovingian monarch and try to depose its current “King” or President. The Queen of England and the Duke of Edinburgh will be present at the time this event takes place inside a pavilion, in full support of the French Law maker. A French revolution will spark in favor of the Count of St. Germain, who will then become the prophesied Great Catholic Monarch. The current French constitution (or the Law) will be tried and invalidated, and the former French Constitution of 1791 will be reinstated which allows for a constitutional monarchy.
There are many Catholic prophecies made regarding this future Great Monarch, some of which I will enumerate here:
"A Frankish King will one day rule over the entire Roman Empire." (St. Augustine, 5th Century)
"France shall first be yoked by this King. Britain shall humbly cast herself at his knees. Italy...will contribute to him her languishing right hand." (Sibylla Tiburtina)
“France shall fall into a frightful anarchy. The French shall have a desperate civil war in the course of which even old men will take up arms. The political parties, having exhausted their blood and their rage without being able to arrive at any satisfactory settlement, shall agree at the last extremity to have recourse to the Holy See. Then the Pope shall send to France a special legate…In consequence of the information received, His Holiness himself shall nominate a most Christian King for the government of France.” (Blessed Anna-Maria Taigi, 19th Century)
"He will restore the Church of Santa Sophia (in Constantinople)." (St. Bridget, 14th Century)
"He shall reign over the House of Agar, and shall possess Jerusalem." (Isidore of Seville, 7th Century)
"He shall recover the Crown of the Lilies....." (St. Caesar, 5th Century)
"He shall inherit the Crown of the Fleur-de-Lis" (Bishop Ageda, 12th Century)
The first adoption of the Fleur de Lis or Flower of the Lily, was traced to the conversion of the Frankish King Clovis I in 493, the founder of the Merovingian Monarchy whose last monarch happens to be Dagobert II.