Originally posted by Rockpuck
So where exactly does the rose line go? cant find a picture of it on a world map, and what exactly is the connection with that and templars/masons?
That is avery good question to be asking. Ill try to explain. The Rose line has been under attack for quite some time because of its value as a
symbol. Not that it is somehow the symbolic bloodline of Christ, but a bloodline of the origins of humanity. It is a pointer, a director if you
will. But to understand the extreme importance of this symbol you must understand why it was attempted to hide it by wrapping it in myth after
In certain circles, some kind of occult or esoteric significance is ascribed to the Paris Meridian; sometimes it is even perceived as a sinister axis.
Dominique Stezepfandts, a French conspiracy theorist, attacks the Arago medallions that supposedly trace the route of "an occult geographical line";
to him the Paris Meridian is a "Masonic axis
" or even "the heart of the Devil".
Henry Lincoln, in his book The Holy Place, argues that various ancient structures are aligned according to the Paris Meridian. They even include
medieval churches, built long before the meridian was established according to conventional history, and Lincoln finds it obvious that the meridian
"was based upon the 'cromlech intersect division line'." David Wood, in his book Genisis, likewise ascribes a deeper significance to the Paris
Meridian and takes it into account when trying to decipher the geometry of the myth-encrusted village of Rennes-le-Château: The meridian passes about
350 meters (yards) west of the site of the so-called "Poussin tomb", an important location in the legends and esoteric theories relating to that
place. (A skeptical discussion of these theories, including the supposed "alignments", can be found in Bill Putnam and Edwin Wood's book The
Treasure of Rennes-le-Château - A mystery solved.)"
The Rose line is the Paris Meridian, it is situated with Magnetic north, not the arbitrary true north, which is not true.
"The Paris Meridian also turns up in Dan Brown's bestselling novel The Da Vinci Code, where it is referred to as the "Rose Line" and presented as
"the world's first prime meridian" (p. 106). Actually the idea of establishing a prime meridian dates back to antiquity, with suggested meridians
running through Rhodes or the Canary Islands. When Greenwich was adopted as the universal zero longitude in 1884 (not 1888 as the novel says), it had
at least nine rivals besides Paris (Berlin, Cadiz, Copenhagen, Lisbon, Rio, Rome, St. Petersburg, Stockholm, and Tokyo)."
The Rose line, the Paris Meridian, points to the Magnetic North Pole en.wikipedia.org...
Ask yourself why it was so importaint to move the location of the north pole from its true location (magnetic north), the location the rose line
points to, to an abitrary point some distance away, and then rename it true north, and you will have solved the greatest secret of the Templars/
[edit on 6-6-2006 by All Seeing Eye]