11 juin 2007

The cross of Vézelay

Many visitors can pass beside a little marvel, the cross of Vézelay, located at the feet of the hill. It is enough, in front of the frontage of the basilica, to take on the left in direction of a vault of the XII ème century. The slope is perilous… But one is rewarded, at the end of the road, by mink of large piled up stones the ones on the others on which an immense cross is posed. And when it tower of the cross was made, one can see the beautiful cups dug in the stone. They are in fact more size of... [Lire la suite]
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11 juin 2007

Neighbourhoods of Vezelay, Saint-Père

In the middle of Burgundy, in full Celtic and druidic country, Vézelay seems one of the most prestigious sites of knowledge, by teaching the great laws of the life of cosmos Near the site of Vézelay, in Druyes, we find a cave deep, currently blocked, which was called “the cellar with the fairies” and of which the origin and the use go back to one extremely old time. With Saint-Père, we discover the site of the salted fountains dominated by three granite spurs. The site of the Salted Fountains is at the ... [Lire la suite]
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11 juin 2007

Vézelay, the basilica

Always when I approach a high-place, Milan comes to wish me welcome… This time, they were several, I do not have them all on the photograph… The history of the abbey and the town of Vézelay is long and important. The origins are in the valley of the Cure to the foot of the hill, with the site of the old village of Saint-Père, where the existence of a pagan temple and an oratory Saint-Jean-Baptist is known for a long time. The abbey of Vézelay finds its origin with the foundation about year 858... [Lire la suite]
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11 juin 2007

Vézelay, telluric study and symbolic system

  Rock of the fairies, enchanted Stones, Stone Who Turn, duly cemented to prevent it pirouetter, on which one perched a statue of the Virgin before flanking it of a monastery. We are in country éduen, Gaule hairy, druidic ground. The monks tried well to bring back this nasty bunch in the bosom connected with the church. There they even believed to succeed. The country-writer Henri Vincenot read in the local  churches an other song: that of the bricklayer's mates, heirs to the druidic knowledge. These could... [Lire la suite]
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