January 17

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January 17 is viewed as a central date within the Rennes-le-Chateau and Priory of Sion mysteries. It seems to constantly recur throughout many parts of the history involved.

  • Berenger Sauniere was said to have suffered a stroke on January 17th, 1917. He died five days later.
  • January 17th is the Feast Day of St Anthony (St Antony) the Hermit. There is a statue of St Antony in the church at Rennes le Chateau.
  • January 17th is also the Feast Day of St Sulpice. The church of St Sulpice in Paris figures throughout the mystery.
  • The Priory of Sion document Le Serpent Rouge is alleged to have been created on this day in 1967 (and related directly to St Sulpice).
  • Marie de Negre Dables (Dame D'Hautpoul de Blanchefort) died on January 17th, 1781.
  • It is believed that Abbe Henri Boudet changed the date on Abbe Jean Vie's tombstone from August 31, 1872 to January 17.
  • Alchemist Nicolas Flamel is said to have achieved the 'Great Work' on this date in 1382.
  • Sigisbert IV was alleged to have arrived in Rennes le Chateau on January 17th, 681.
  • Pierre Plantard claims that he was made Grand Master of the Priory of Sion on January 17th, 1981.
  • Saint Roseline de Villeneuve died on January 17, 1329.
  • The 'priory documents' claim that the society known as the Children of St Vincent, were created on January 17th, 1681.

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