from Chapter 1
The Inscription's Message
In the end, the mystery of the Cross at Hendaye, and the secret it was designed to encode, boils down to the message contained in the oddly divided Latin inscription. Fulcanelli instructs the reader that its message concerns a place of refuge from the double catastrophe described by the monument. But how exactly does it tell us this? And does it give us any clue to where this place of refuge might be located?
At this point in our investigation, we had proved that Fulcanelli's assertions of a double catastrophe were viable, and even found evidence linking the...