The Triangle

The Document


Things began to tumble into place.

Inside the church at Brenac, aside from the numerology puzzle, there was an essentially simple message

The first part of this message on tablet one north is that we are looking for a document.


Then on tablet one south we are told we are looking for a triangle. Perhaps the triangle we are looking for is embedded in a document.

Breaking the Code


We know there is a triangle embedded in a document. Saunier’s document, as revealed in de Séde’s book, fills the bill. Is there a triangle rather than a pentacle? Indeed there is and not necessarly the one drawn by Lincoln.
Here a triangle has been formulated which incorporates all the crosses. The base angle can be measured, It is 66 degrees, one of the dominant numbers identified in the original simplistic numerogical analysis and also the angle between the summer and winter solaces seen from Brenac.

Transfer to IGN

brians-triangle-2 If this is then transferred to the IGN map, some alignments appear.

I have deliberately using a slow fade and I am using Google earth not the IGN maps so that it is easier to see what is happening.

brians-triangle-3 The small crosses have been highlighted in yellow and are being maintained even as the document is faded.

brians-triangle-4 The document is now removed altogether. Here lines parallel to the two sides of the triangle are drawn so that they converge on Brenac.


brians-triangle-5 The size of the remnants of the lines and crosses from the document are now reduced proportionally to fit. The upper right point falls directly on the Paris Meridian.

The second point sits on a circle which has the line from Brenac to the Paris Meridien as a diameter. The third point however, does not fall on the Meridien, but not far off it.

brians-triangle-7 This is the resulting geographical alignment. These lines are the same as the lines whose development was shown on “Brenac Gold” .

Thales Theorem

brians-triangle-6_0 The points on the Paris Meridian are the “targets” The two extra lines (both running through Lauzet) are quite remarkable lines.

Constructing a circle with it’s centre on the upper line passes through the villages of Bouriege and Sougraine but also passes through the point of intersection of the line running North East through Lauzet.

The triangle so formed with three points on a circle is a very special triangle.

One side of this triangle is the diameter of the circle so it follows that the opposite angle will always be a right angle. It is called the Thales theorem and was documented by Thales of Miletus a greek city in what is now Turkey.

brians-triangle-8 If a similar circle is constructed on the lower line, it passes both through Rennes le Château and Bugerech and through the intersection on the upper line thus the triangle enclosed is another example of the Thales theorem.

The line from to Rennes le Château to Bugerech, which is now shown be a chord of a circle also passes through the centre of Lincoln’s pentacle and this same line goes over the top of Bugerech mountain.

bugerach_0 Now this is a mountain. It truly dominates and can bee seen from almost everywhere in the area around Rennes le Château. From a navigation structure which has one important leg passing over Bugerech there is indeed a tool to serve as a navigation device.

Incidentally Bugerech is a mountain which is famous for being “upside down”. The bottom of the mountain is “younger” than the top.

But does it lead us to the treasure? By now I had formed an opinion that the two targets really were very special points which had been identified three different ways. I decided to waste no more time but to go direct to the targets.

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Extract from The Prisoner of Foix--Chapter 43 -The EntranceNo need to buy a Kindle. Read it on your computer or tablet

John Stanley-26th April 1355


'Looks like we are going to see a bit of excitement, John. The Captain tried to get an agreement from the Prince that if there is surf running across the channel to Arcachon we will turn back to Bordeaux, but the Prince would hear none of it. Instead, he has offered to provide insurance for all three ships. If they are damaged or sunk, the owners will be compensated and every sailor who makes the passage will be given a bounty payment. What none of this seems to take into account is that if we sink in rough, fast-flowing waters we might all drown.'

John raised his eyebrows. 'But that is what we are going to do?'

'Yes, despite the fact that surf running accross the entrance is not uncommon and the deep water channel moves continually. In the end, the Prince attacked their captains on their weakest point, their professional pride! He threw down the gauntlet. He offered to take the Sally first through the channel, and to take control during the passage.' He raised his brow. 'We are going into the Bay of Arcachon, come what may! '

Extract from The Eagle of Carcassone -- Chapter 24-- A Real GoddessNo need to buy a Kindle. Read it on your computer or tablet

John Stanley - 22 July 1355

An hour later John walked with Ximene close to the river along the valley below St Feriole. It was the very essence of a summer’s day. The sun was fierce but in the shadow of the trees, it was cool and fragrant. The trees and shrubs along the riverbank hid their progress, from the Château, from St Feriole.

Eventually they reached a point where John thought it was safe to emerge from cover. To his satisfaction the stream extended into a pool with a sandy beach, shaded by trees. Where the stream entered the pool there was a flat grassy area, almost circular. Behind this, the bulk of two mountain ridges provided a splendid backdrop. He looked around once more ‘Not just a good training ground but a great training ground. If the Greek heroes knew about this they might be tempted to join me, to train with me’

Ximene laughed out loud. He turned to look at her. She had removed her outer clothes and was wearing a white chemise, cut short so that it barely reached her knees. Around her waist, she wore a plaited leather belt, obviously fashioned from the multitude of leather straps to be found in the tackle room.

She ran her hands down over her breasts. ‘When you were unconscious I heard you muttering about gods and goddesses, so  I have decided that from now on, for you, I will be the goddess.’

The Prisoner of FoixVol 1 of the series—The Treasure of Trencavel

Aquitaine, an English possession, is in crisis. It is under threat from neighbouring nations and internal dissension.

The Black Prince, King Edward III’s eldest son has been given the task of taking command in Aquitaine.

Suddenly there is an opportunity. Ximene Trencavel is the heiress to the lands of Occitan, to the east of Aquitaine: lands controlled by the Franks. Ximene wants independence, both for herself and for Occitan.

A union between Aquitaine and Occitan would be mutually beneficial. The Black Prince undertakes a secret journey to meet Ximene to negotiate a marriage contract. It is, however, a marriage neither of them really wants.

Meanwhile, the  Franks plot to murder Ximene to prevent ,not just the marriage, but any kind of union between England and Occitan.

The Eagle Of CarcassonneVol II of the series—The Treasure of Trencavel

The loose alliance between Ximene Trencavel and the Black Prince is under threat.

The Prince invades Occitan, to show his support for Ximene but it becomes an invasion which creates more problems than it solves.

The Prince has fallen hopelessly in love with Joan of Kent and Joan is now determined to marry him and become the next Queen of England.

Joan is therefore  determined to convince Ximene that she should not marry the Prince.

Part of her strategy is to encourage Ximene’s relationship with John Stanley—one of the Princes bodyguards—not an easy task as both John and Ximene have doubts about their compatibility.

However, John is grievously injured in a battle and Ximene commits herself to nurse him back to health.