11 juin 2007

Cathedral Saint-Etienne of Bourges

  Six Cathedrals in France have as a Saint-Etienne owner: Saint-Etienne cathedral of Auxerre, of Bourges, of Cahors, of Limoges, of Metz and Toulouse.  I would like just to specify, above all, which it is very difficult to find of the infos on Bourges. It is however one of the most important cathedrals of France. It is as if work were to only be done, or although information which it contains were not to be known. Ca makes me think of Notre-Dame of the spine in another style… In 1195, Henri de... [Lire la suite]
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11 juin 2007

Study symbolic system of the cathedral Saint -Etienne of Bourges

  Measurements on the ground give: 121,60 meters length, 40,50 meters of width, 37,15 meters height.  Esoteric metrology gives to dimensions known as pythagoricians:  399 feet (overall length), 333 feet (length of the nave), 133 feet (interior width). The foot is clunisien (0,3048 M)    The cut in transversal presents a équilateral triangle of 133 feet and 2 inches on side and 123 feet 4 inches height.  Us here in the tetraktys of Pythagore.  The absence of ... [Lire la suite]
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11 juin 2007

The palate Jacques Heart

“A valiant heart nothing impossible…” The palate is in the old town of Bourges.  It is made mention, under the palate, of an entry of an underground grid leading to the “room of holy water”. The other entries would be located under the Lallemand hotel and in the crypt of the cathedral… Jacques Heart: French businessman, it sent his vessels in almost all the parts of the world then known, and acquired in little time the most considerable fortune of Europe. He tied trade with the countries of... [Lire la suite]
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