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EL ENIGMA DE GISORS - Leyendas del Temple

THE ENIGMA OF GISORS - Legends of the Temple

The Enigma of Gisors is one of the legends of the Temple, apart from its relationship with the Priory of Sion and the felling of elm, Gisors, the city's department of Eure located 70 kms from Paris has its own legend in terms of treasures and hidden mysteries.

Clandestine excavations. In 1946, a gardener named Roger Lhomoy claimed to have discovered a reservoir of chests and sarcophagi under a tower of the castle where she worked, after having conducted some excavations in the vicinity. Born in the region, Lhomoy had often heard saying that the subsoil of the castle enclosed a fabulous treasure. Some do not hesitate to pretend that this was the treasure of the Templars, very present in the region. The castle, great example of feudal architecture, had a few short years actually belonged to the Order of the Temple during the twelfth century, which would empower them to understand the existing ground below it. Apparently, the gardener had located two years before sealing a shaft at the entrance of one of the towers. Out clandestinely, at night, digging helped by the crude material to which he had access to that managed to open a gallery of about twenty meters deep. He claimed that one night ran into a wall, and that after removing some stones, he realized that he was in front of the wall of a room of large dimensions. He tried to illuminate the room but his team did not allow it to precarious see too much, so I was introduced by the slot. He had found a crypt of about three square meters and four and a half in height. Seemed to correspond to an old chapel where he could see the altar with its tabernacle, and supported on the walls, statues of Christ and the apostles. But what about drew his attention were some stone sarcophagi of about two meters in length and number of nineteen, which were lined along the walls of the crypt. Also, thirty huge chests of metal crowns the discovery of the gardener. Warning authorities and the news spread, a crowd came together at the scene of the findings, but the disappointments did not take long in coming. No one dared to go down that intricate burrow dug by Lhomoy, which constantly threatened to collapse until the commander of the firefighters in the town BEYNE Émile, volunteered. But after initially advancing the intricate gallery, BEYNE abandoned in the absence of four meters to the end. He explained that it was too risky and that the lack of air prevented him from continuing, after refusing to have been able to reach the chapel described by Robert Lhomoy. This, backed by public opinion, requested to continue the excavation and widening the gallery, but inexplicably was denied permission by the City Council. Similarly, and to everyone's surprise, it took the step of ordering that the galleries were covered with concrete and sealed again. Despite this blow, Lomhoy continued in their guns. Successfully sought authorization from the French Ministry of Culture for further excavations, but the City Council's response was blunt: it branded as crazy and threatened to do if you do not shut it was withdrawing its commitment to digging. The fact was extremely strange to have no a priori a good reason. But the gardener was not an easy man to convince, and let go after six years, with a new authorization from the Ministry of Culture was put back to work. This time the City Council had to abandon. No longer was only Lhomoy, but that this had brought with him two associates. The only thing that could make the town council was objecting to the work, that ploy was successful. They were imposed to pay a substantial guarantee in addition to ensuring the ownership of much of the potential findings. The agreement was unworkable, and Lhomoy and his associates were forced to abandon the project. After that failed, the matter was left in oblivion for almost two decades. There were no new developments until in 1962 the French Minister of Culture, André Malraux, ordered to proceed with the investigation. After reopening the galleries, were taken to calling Lhomoy Roger to personally check the work. It came down to the bottom of the passageway, but disappointed that reported still missing the last meter and a half to clear. Inexplicably, being so close to the supposed crypt, the resumption of the work was postponed another two years. Finally, in February 1964, when it was going to dig the last stretch, the place was declared a military zone and the investigation was finally stopped. A chapel hides. Despite the skepticism with which the story was hosted by Roger Lhomoy by archaeologists and historians in the region, local legends and historical records that refer to Gisors testify to the existence of at least a crypt in the basement of the city. Currently have been several underground debris that ply the streets and that seem to link the castle town with the church dedicated to the patron saints of the town. The chapel supposedly found by the gardener is described in quite similar in several medieval texts preserved in the National Archives and texts of the seventeenth century. It was called the Chapel of Santa Catalina, and the only mystery is hidden this information is if you are low in the castle, as recounted Lhomoy, or under the aforementioned church, as others suggest. According to the storytelling in this crypt finalized the underground tunnels traversing the city to supply the castle and church. Given that these exist, their presence is established, there is no reason to disbelieve that the Chapel of Santa Catalina is just fancy invention of the mind of an amateur gardener to clandestine excavations. Even the continuing sabotage of their work by the authorities seem to indicate that something actually hiding in the basement Gisors. Something that does not want to go live. Who is that black hand that operates in the shadows? What is this interest in keeping the hidden chests and sarcophagi that remain in the crypt? Flasks that, on the other hand, are mentioned in a Latin document dated 1500. Have you found Roger Lhomoy, humble gardener's City Hall, the treasure of the Templars? Is this perhaps, as pointing to other sources, secret files from the Priory of Sion? It may be that one day remove these unknowns. Perhaps someone dares to clarify one day what others, through ignorance, fear or dark interests, avoided at all costs, leaving it to light. Meanwhile, the basements of Gisors kept jealously secret.


EL ENIGMA DE GISORS Leyendas del Temple

El Enigma de Gisors es una de las leyendas del Temple, aparte de su relación con el priorato de Sión y la tala del olmo, Gisors, ciudad del departamento de Eure situada a 70 kms de París tiene su propia leyenda en lo referente a tesoros y misterios ocultos.

Excavaciones clandestinas. En 1946, un jardinero llamado Roger Lhomoy aseguró haber descubierto un depósito de cofres y sarcófagos bajo un torreón del castillo donde trabajaba, tras haber realizado unas excavaciones en las cercanías. Nacido en la región, Lhomoy había escuchado decir a menudo que el subsuelo del castillo encerraba un tesoro fabuloso. Algunos no vacilaban en pretender que este tesoro era el de los Templarios, muy presentes en la región. El castillo, ejemplo magnífico de arquitectura feudal, había efectivamente pertenecido unos breves años a la Orden del Temple durante el siglo XII, lo que les facultaría para conocer los subterráneos existentes debajo del mismo. Al parecer, el jardinero había localizado dos años antes un pozo sellado en la entrada de uno de los torreones. De forma clandestina, por la noche, excavaba ayudado por el material rudimentario al que tenía acceso hasta que logró abrir una galería de unos veinte metros de profundidad. Aseguró que una noche tropezó con un muro, y que, tras apartar algunas piedras, se dio cuenta de que se hallaba delante de la pared de una sala de grandes dimensiones. Intentó alumbrar la sala pero su precario equipo no le permitía ver demasiado, así que se introdujo por la ranura. Había hallado una cripta de unos trescientos metros cuadrados y cuatro y medio de altura. Parecía corresponderse con una antigua capilla donde podía verse el altar con su tabernáculo y, apoyadas en las paredes, estatuas de Cristo y los apóstoles. Pero lo que llamó sobremanera su atención fueron unos sarcófagos pétreos de unos dos metros de largo y en número de diecinueve, que se alineaban a lo largo de los muros de la cripta. Asimismo, treinta enormes cofres de metal coronaban el descubrimiento del jardinero. Avisadas las autoridades y extendida la noticia, una multitud se dio cita en el lugar de los hallazgos, pero las decepciones no tardaron en llegar. Nadie se atrevía a bajar por aquella intrincada madriguera excavada por Lhomoy, que constantemente amenazaba con desmoronarse, hasta que el comandante de los bomberos de la localidad, Émile Beyne, se ofreció voluntario. Pero tras avanzar inicialmente por la intrincada galería, Beyne desistió a falta de cuatro metros para el final. Expuso que era demasiado arriesgado y que la falta de aire le impedía proseguir, tras negar haber podido llegar a la capilla descrita por Robert Lhomoy. Éste, respaldado por la opinión pública, pidió continuar las excavaciones y ensanchar la galería, pero inexplicablemente el permiso le fue denegado por el Ayuntamiento. De igual manera, y para sorpresa de todos, se tomó la medida de ordenar que las galerías fueran recubiertas de hormigón y nuevamente selladas. Apesar de este golpe, Lomhoy continuó en sus trece. Solicitó con éxito una autorización del Ministerio de Cultura francés para proseguir las excavaciones, pero la respuesta del Ayuntamiento fue tajante: lo tacharon de loco y amenazaron con hacerlo encerrar si no desistía de su empeño en excavar. El hecho era enormemente extraño al carecer, a priori, de un motivo justificado. Pero el jardinero no era un hombre fácil de convencer, y tras dejar pasar seis años, con una nueva autorización del Ministerio de Cultura se puso nuevamente manos a la obra. Esta vez el Ayuntamiento tuvo que claudicar. Ya no se trataba únicamente de Lhomoy, sino que este se había traído a dos socios con él. Lo único que pudo hacer el Consejo municipal fue poner objeciones a los trabajos, estratagema que dio resultado. Se les impuso el pago de una cuantiosa garantía además de asegurarse la propiedad de buena parte de los posibles hallazgos. El acuerdo era inviable, y Lhomoy y sus socios se vieron abocados a abandonar el proyecto. Después de ese fracaso, el asunto quedó en el ...

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