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According to Canseliet, his last encounter with Fulcanelli happened in 1953 (years after his disappearance), when he went to Spain and there was taken to a castle high in the mountains for a rendezvous with his former master. Canseliet had known Fulcanelli as an old man in his 80s but now the Master had grown younger: he was a man in his 50s. The reunion was brief and Fulcanelli once again disappeared leaving no trace of his whereabouts.
Originally posted by FireMoon
I've stated in the past, that, i tend to side with the John Keel/Jacques Vallee hypothesis, when it comes to a broader understanding of the UFO phenomenon. I was doing some research into the fabled character of one " Fulcanelli" and trying to track down a copy of his book " Le Mystère des Cathédrales (The Mystery of the Cathedrals)" when i came across this article on Wiki...
Now yes, i know Wiki ranges from helpful facts to out and out BS, but the section under the heading of. "Rendez-vous à Paris", is certainly worth a read.
Did the meeting happen, is there any veracity to be found in the whole article? Maybe not, but the section about the implications of the development of "Nuclear Energy" makes fascinating reading to anyone with a serious interest in Ufology.
Yes, it could well be written, after the fact, to fit the historical data. However, if there is some kernel of truth in the story, it does lend some credence to the theories of Keel and Vallee and goes someway to explain the time frame of events and even possibly, the location of a few famous sightings.
So, to be taken with a large pinch of salt, but a fascinating read non the less.