TheHOPE ~ התקווה
The New Vision 
for Israel & Zion


Peter Lemesurier 12.07.2013 05:24
SPACE-AGE APOCALYPSE Script - Utopian writings - Future Bible - Messiah - Bible study - Israel - world redemption - Jerusalem Temple - Temple

P. Lemesurier's "The Armageddon Script" analyses prophecies in action and proposes eight Laws of Prophecy. Its final chapter turns around to show that the apocalypse is already happening through the Space Program and not in the form traditions have wrote.

A Space-age Apocalypse script

 From Peter Lemesurier: "The Armageddon Script - Prophecy in Action" 

Book Summary: The book starts with a phenomenological analysis of  Prophecy and proceeds to extract "The 8 Laws of Prophecy". Most of the book deals with Biblical Prophecy, going in great detail about the (supposed) Essenes and about Jesus - where the script is much in line with Hugh Schoenfield's "Passover Plot" (the book cites 4 of Schoenfield's books out of total 58 cited). For the interests of this website, the exciting part is the final chapter, which is reproduced below.  


as proposed in Peter Lemesurier: The Armageddon Script

1.         The Law of Surprise Fulfillment
The most likely outcome is the one that nobody has anticipated

2.         The Law of thwarted Expectation
The most obvious interpretation is likely to be the wrong one.

3.         The Law of Prejudicial Interference
Preconceptions and prophecy do not mix

4.         The Law of self-fulfilling
Prophecies tend to be self-fulfilling

5.         The Law of Diminishing Accuracy
A prophecy's accuracy decreases as the square of the time to its fulfillment.

6.         The Law of Divided Functions
Prophecy and interpretation are incompatible activities

7.         The Law of Prophetic Foreshortening
Clairvoyance foreshortens the future

8.         The Law of Non-Existent Impossibilities – rider to Law Four
If it can happen, it will; if it can't happen, it might.



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20 Apocalypse

Satisfying the requirements for Phases Three and Four of the prophets' messianic plan for Planet Earth is, on the face of it, an impossibility. Consider, for a start, the demands of the ancient prophecies relating to Phase Three, as outlined in chapter 12:

(a) Some kind of symbol of the coming Messiah must appear in the sky.

(b) All the world's peoples must see it at once.

(c) The dead must be revived to experience these events.

(d) The elect of the New Israel must be identified and restored to their homeland.

(e) A `new spirit' must fill the hearts of the faithful, and new visionary abilities arise within them.

(f) The Son of Man must set himself up in the New Jerusalem, there to pronounce judgment upon the universally submissive nations of the world.

Then superimpose on this list the further requirements of the Pentecost Declaration — long sanctioned and strengthened now by centuries of prophetic expectation:

(g) The Son of Man must approach the `Ancient in Years' in the clouds and be presented to him.

(h) He must be given absolute and everlasting authority over all nations.

(i) He must return to earth on the clouds of heaven to exercise that authority, using the winds as his messengers, the flames as his servants.

Such demands, it seems, can amount to little more than science-fiction. And when to these are added the requirements of Phase Four, the whole thing starts to appear totally ludicrous, in practical terms at least:

(a) The new Son of Man must rule not by force, but by instruction.

(b) Universal peace and plenty must ensue.

(c) Man must be released from all his former limitations.

(d) The blind must be made to see, the deaf to hear, the lame to run, the dumb to speak, the deformed to stand straight.

(e) Death itself must be abolished.

(f) Day and night must cease to have any meaning: time, in effect, must come to an end.

Agreed, the imagery is poetic, idealistic, even beautiful. But as a description of any conceivable future world-order it semis totally out of touch with reality. Well might the Essenes have seen such a transformation as totally dependent on some kind of Divine intervention. For, indeed, they had no choice in the matter — and neither, on the face of it, do we.

But we should not forget the Eighth Law of prophecy: If it can happen, it will; if it can't happen, it might. Reality is sometimes stranger than tic t ion. Anil the key to the vision's fulfillment may well lie in the word 'conceivable' in t lie preceding paragraph.

For it seems to be a law of human experience, repeatedly proved by history itself and mirrored in the Fourth Law of prophecy, that what we can fully conceive will eventually come to birth. The words themselves possibly give a clue to the nature of the process. That conception is, in essence, a process of psychic fertilization, the germination of an idea which then slowly accumulates form around it. The idea becomes embodied, as in nature, through a process of combined analysis and synthesis. The body grows and develops to its full term until suddenly, and with only a brief period of premonitory convulsions, it bursts forth ready-formed into the world of reality.

Such may well be the case with the ideas and concepts listed above. The events tabulated under Phase Three of the messianic plan may well come to pass, as may the new world described under Phase Four. To us it may still seem inconceivable.

Yet the truth is that it has already been conceived.

We do not have to go outside Jewish tradition to discover the key to unlocking the mystery. For one of the ancient Jewish teachings recounts that the original Adam of the mythical creation-account was not merely the first physical man. His soul, it was said, actually contained and comprised the souls of all men since. As well it might, in view of the fact that the word Adam means simply. . . Man.

The tradition was in due course to become embodied in part of the secret lore of the Pharisees — that of the Adam Qadmon, or Archetypal Man. This `original Adam', it was taught, was the initial man-thought in the mind of God, anterior even to the creation of the world. It was a thought of which all men since are merely partial, physical manifestations, and to the fulfillment of which all subsequent creation was designed to lead. Hence the celebrated Jewish phrase which describes man as last in creation, first in thought'.

Ultimately, it was taught, the Adam Qadmon, or Divine man-thought, would achieve its supreme and final manifestation in Perfect Man — a being who would, almost by definition, once again contain and comprise the souls of all men. And so the First Adam — the Adam Qadmon created before time began — would at long last become the Last Adam, the crown of all creation, at whose advent time would finally cease.

During the course of the centuries this elegant, even moving concept became, almost inevitably, associated with that of the messianic initiative. Among esoteric scholars, at least, the messianic advent started to be seen in terms of the fulfillment of the Adamic promise. The Messiah would be human, but also more than human. In some imperfectly-understood, mystical way he would not only lead the human race, but somehow encompass and embody it, rather after the style of the Hindu Purusha.

The idea surfaces in several of the accounts relating to the Jesus-initiative. John's Gospel, for example, sees Jesus himself as the incarnation of the primeval logos, or man-thought, in all its perfection.[1] The apocryphal Gospel of Peter (one of the sixteen not sanctioned by the early Church) contributes, at IX/34, a fanciful description of Jesus' emergence from the tomb, in which he is supported by two men whose heads reach the very sky, while his own stature actually 'overpassed the heavens'.20 This account too, then, sees Jesus in terms of the infinitely-tall Heavenly Messiah — i.e. the pre-existent Adam Qadmon. And St Paul who, if in some ways deluded, was certainly thoroughly familiar with such esoteric Pharisaic concepts, often refers to the ascended Jesus, to whom he elsewhere refers specifically as the `Last Adam' (I Cor. 15:45), in terms of this same idea. It is present at Ephesians 4:10, where he is described as `filling the universe', while at 4:16, as elsewhere, the faithful are described as his collective `body'. The theme is taken up again at I Corinthians 6:15 — `Do you not know that your bodies are limbs and organs of Christ?' — and elaborated considerably in chapter 12.

Perhaps such developments were inevitable, once the Essenes' Pentecost Declaration had broached the idea that Jesus had himself become transformed into a heavenly Messiah. Henceforth there was no escaping the conclusion that the ultimate Second Coming, following the Time of Wrath, would mark the advent not merely of a man, but of a Superman — a semi-divine being who would, in some miraculous way, embody the souls of all humanity, the hopes of all mankind.

Thus, Daniel's celebrated vision of `one like a man coming with the clouds of heaven' now has to be reinterpreted. For `one like a man' means nothing more or less than a human entity. Daniel's term bar Enash — an Aramaic orientalism 'son of man', but merely like ben adam throughout the book of Ezekiel, meaning `man' (as opposed to, say, 'son of elephant') — has henceforth to be taken to mean not merely man singular, but Man collective - And, seen in that light, an extraordinary realisation results.

That vision has already been fulfilled.


Many thinkers have already come to the conclusion that the celestial events of Christmas 1968 were of extraordinary, even overriding importance in the evolution of the human psyche. Not all of them have realised, however, that the power of prophecy may have had something to do with it. Yet that conclusion is almost inevitable when one considers the facts.

For Christmas 1968 was the time of Apollo 8 — that first, tentative, three-man voyage around the back of the moon. For the first time, it could be said, earthbound man's umbilical cord had been finally cut, and he could look back `from outside' to take in at a glance his ancestral planet. As astronaut Russell Schweickart was to put it on another occasion, the earth suddenly seemed `so small and so fragile, such a precious little spot in the universe, that you can block it out with your thumb. You realise that everything that means anything to you — all of history and art and death and birth and love, tears and joys, all of it, is on that little blue and white spot out there which you can cover with your thumb. And you realise from that perspective that you have changed, that there is something new, that the relationship is no longer what it was.'

Things had changed indeed. For the first time, man had seen his world as smaller than himself and, by the same token, himself as more than world-sized. Thanks to the mere, crude effects of spacial perspective, he had at last caught a first-hand glimpse of what he could become if he really put his mind to it - A single planetary being, even a transcendental entity. Distance had truly lent enchantment to man's vision of himself — and vision has an odd way of becoming reality.

But there was even more to it than that. The mission of the three astronauts had, unsuspected by them, opened yet further doors of human perception. `As they rounded the barren lunar globe for the tenth and last time (I quote from my own book The Cosmic Eye[2]), and the resplendent half-earth once again rose from behind that now familiar curved and rocky horizon, what they saw coming up to meet them was somehow strangely familiar.

`An image straight out of the racial memory. A god out of the world of the archetypes.

`It was none other than the rounded form of the Great Mother, Earth herself, clad in the same flowing robes of shimmering blue and white that had been those of mother-goddesses of earth and sea and sky throughout man's history — and not least his most recent mother-goddess, the Virgin Mary herself..

'Freeing himself from the maternal embrace, infant man had dared for the first time to hide behind the back of the celestial armchair — only to discover, as every child does, that mother is none the less there for being unseen, and. ready to welcome him back with open arms.

'It is scarcely surprising, then, that the theme of the hour was to be essentially that of the return to the womb. Almost as though in anticipation of the fact, the three-day return journey to Earth started on Christmas Eve. And so the homeward flight coincided with the immemorial northern festival of the rebirth of light from out of the winter darkness. In astronauts Borman, Lovell and Anders the three wise men, in pursuit of their star, were once again to discover an earthly nativity. .

And the child that was reborn was, of course, Man himself. A single entity who could, almost for the first time, look back on something that 'he' had done and experienced collectively. Moreover since identity is, to a large extent, a function of memory, that collective realisation was, perhaps, the first of a long series of steps towards the forging of a true, collective identity — an identity wholly consistent with the idea of the Ultimate Messiah.

Coming, as predicted, 'with the clouds of heaven', Man had indeed approached the Ancient of Years and been presented to him — for whether you picture the Ultimate Reality in terms of a transcendent Sky Father or an immanent Earth Mother is purely a matter of cultural convention, a trick of perspective, and no more misleading in the one case than in the other. Furthermore, he had done so by making the flames his servants and the winds his messengers — for it was the now-familiar thunderous ignition of combustible gases that had blasted the great rocket out into space in the first place, and the 'air-waves' (= winds) that had subsequently broadcast the fact to the world at large. As a result, moreover, people all over the world did see it simultaneously — for the experience was relayed world-wide via television. Thus, it was truly a first-hand, not a second-hand experience: the whole of humanity had shared in the astronauts' initiation. And if the Essenes' theory of reincarnation is valid, the fact that a world population-explosion was in train at the time presumably meant that the vast majority of the 'dead' were actually alive at the time to witness and so participate in the experience.

Extraordinary as it may seem, then, several of the requirements of Phase Three of the prophetic plan had been directly fulfilled by Apollo 8 (albeit transformed, as usual, by the operation of prophetic laws One and Two), and were to be further supplemented by subsequent space-missions. It was they which, in the event, unwittingly supplied the long-awaited sign of the coming Messiah in the sky. As a result, the world would never be quite the same again. Though perhaps he did not yet fully realise it, man had been given the key to a whole new order of consciousness and thus of existence. He had gained potential access to a planetary kingdom in which he could eventually go on to exercise mind-boggling powers, thanks to the prospect that all individual human minds and wills could eventually be merged into one vast, world-wide megapsyche ..

Tom Bearden has described the likely result in the admittedly improbable event that the brains of all human beings could be directly linked by the enforced wearing of skullcap radio-transmitter/ receivers.[3]6 At a stroke, most of man's major problems would be solved. Since all would have instant, universal feedback, there would no longer be any feeling of 'us and 'them'. No longer would human beings regard each other as enemies to be competed against. No longer would nations even need to exist as such. Every human being would become a 'mancell' of the greater body which is Man himself. A normal, healthy body, after all, does not go to war against itself. As Bearden puts it, 'This is indeed absolute and perfect democracy; not only is each mancell participating in his government, he is his government …  poverty, war, crime, hunger, fear, intolerance and misery are gone ... The gigantic expansion of consciousness and intelligence is indescribable. Any mancell can recall anything from total linked memory and think it directly, complete with all its shadings and ramifications ... With linkage, insight is immediate and unbelievably multidimensional. The entire capability and dimensionality of the species is brought to bear, and such insight is incomprehensible to our present understanding.' Just as the consciousness of a human being, in fact, exceeds that of each cell of which his body is made up, so the new, collective consciousness might reasonably be expected to exceed the old.

Not that we have come that far just yet, however. Nor is Bearden's 'skullcap' idea likely to catch on in the foreseeable future, even if it were feasible. Anything of the kind would have to be voluntary, not compulsory. Yet just such a process of universal, instantaneous linkage is already in train. Via satellite telecommunications-links — dependent, once again, on man's newfound space-technology — thinking man is rapidly being molded into what, from outside, might well appear to be a single planetary organism. His ever more rapid world-wide transport system contributes even further to the effect.

But, as yet, the view from outside—essentially, once again, the view from outer space — is necessary to appreciate this fact. Perhaps that is why it has taken space-flight to make man fully aware of the vision. If it is to become translated into physical, down-to-earth reality, a deeper linkage is necessary than that provided by mere conscious communication. Yet that process, too, is now in train. Increasingly, the world's spiritual groupings — and the young within them particularly — are totally re-aligning the very roots of their consciousness, rather like the baobab tree with its proverbial 'roots in the air'. The Findhorn Foundation; in Moray, Scotland, is a case in point. More and more they are coming to see, not mind as a function of themselves as individuals, but themselves as functions of Universal Mind, as the body of Christ on earth, even as organs of consciousness grown for the universe's own evolutionary purposes by Planet Earth herself. That greater entity - whether we call it Universal Mind, Divine Will or Planetary Awareness - they are then allowing, through meditation and attunement, to express itself on whatever level directly through them and their" actions. As a result, extraordinary processes of `coincidence', synchronicity and manifestation are revealing themselves, in apparent confirmation of the thesis. At the psychological level, similarly, there are moves afoot — thanks particularly to `healing' groups basing themselves on the work of the great Swiss psychologist C. G. Jung — to allow the hitherto largely suppressed substratum of the world-wide collective unconscious to come to the surface and express itself through the potent language of symbol.

Perhaps inevitably, therefore, these developments have been paralleled, and in many cases accompanied, by a strong `back-to-the-earth' movement and an almost world-wide ecological crusade. Loyalty and faithfulness to Gaea, the Earth Mother, in all her aspects and at all her levels, has already become the watchword of thousands of young people all over the planet.

And it is perhaps significant that all these developments, totally consistent as they are with the ultimate coming of the collective Son of Man, seem to have come into prominence in the late sixties, at almost exactly the same time as the crucial Apollo 8 mission. A new world-order was, it seems, even then in the act of being created. And so it was absolutely appropriate that the returning astronauts, broadcasting from deep space to the waiting and listening earth that memorable Christmas Eve, should have made the highlight of their transmission the reading of the familiar Genesis creation-account: `In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth' ...(Gen. 1:1)

The end, truly, as it was in the beginning.

Not that that new entity, that ultimate Messiah, that glorious central figure of the Second Coming, will be in any meaningful sense God Himself. The entity which, according to the Great Pyramid, will achieve initial world-sovereignty between 2034 and 2039,[4] will simply be what the Essenes always imagined him to be — Man at last come fully into his own through attunement with the Ultimate Reality. In place of the one-man messianic tyranny apparently envisaged by the Old Testament prophets, what will emerge will be a kind of world-wide `theocratic anarchy' curiously similar to the priestly council envisaged by the Qumran Essenes, and totally in tune with the Mosaic expectation of a `kingdom of priests' and `holy nation' (Ex. 19:6). God's kingdom will, in effect, be a second Garden of Eden ruled over by a Second Adam — but, in this case, man en masse, working as a single entity.

The Prime, Creative Reality itself, however, is something with which man will never realise his total oneness until he has learnt to become one with his planet, one with his star-system, one with his galaxy, one with the universe, one with spacetime itself. And each of these steps will in turn depend upon his having gone one step beyond his current physical limits. Space-flight and soul-flight will, in other words, go hand in hand. And only then, once the long trek is over, will man finally discover that it was never really necessary in the first place...

Perhaps it is these further stages in the evolution of the human psyche that are represented by de Sabato's further stages of the Golden Age dated to 2163-2191 and 2533-25 respectively, [5]  or by the Great Pyramid's indication of man's entry into new dimensions of being entirely between 2989 and 3989, and between 7276 and 8276.[6] That total, ultimate re-' integration may even have to wait until the beginning of earth's new precessional cycle in 12,800 AD.[7]

The Second Coming, then, will simply mark the emergence of a new archetype into the collective human consciousness. In Jungian terms, it can be seen as the Archetype of the Self. Surfacing out of the collective unconscious into the collective conscious, it will become part of the collective memory, and thus in itself a guarantee of collective identity. Yet it will also manifest, inevitably, at the individual level. There are some who will reflect it more clearly and more passionately than others. These, in their turn, will therefore have a role to perform as leaders or teachers. The imminent New David will be one such, his role being to prefigure and give substance to the new vision, to provide the physical springboard which such a quantum jump of consciousness demands. Other leaders, too, will no doubt follow, for the Fourth Law of prophecy has a way of operating in a continuous cycle until the prediction concerned is finally exorcised. There is, on the face of it, no reason why the former David should not himself reincarnate again and again to pursue his redemptive task. The Pyramid itself hints at just such renewed initiatives, while de Sabato's forecast of a series of Christ-like visitations from another planet starting between 2003 and 2031[8] is also consistent with the idea, if in an unconventional way.

But the new archetype will at the same time be a very old one — indeed, for man, the most ancient of all. It is both the A and the Z of the evolution of the human psyche, just as the First and Last Adams represent, in Jewish esotericism, the beginning and the end of the human story. That is why, in the Revelation of St John, the Ultimate, Cosmic Christ can say, `I am the Alpha and the Omega, the first and the last, the beginning and the end' (Rev. 22:13) It is also why, in the same book, as in the Garden of Eden, there is no Temple and no need for religion, for man is once more attuned to his Creator.

The great twentieth-century Catholic theologian Teilhard de Chardin takes up this same theme in his suggestion that the whole of humanity is now converging, via what he calls 'planetisation', upon `point Omega' to embody collectively the future Christ. This process he terms 'Christogenesis'. `The only subject,' he writes'47 `ultimately capable of mystical transfiguration is the whole group of mankind forming a single body and a single soul in charity.' And again, `To co-operate in total cosmic evolution is the only act that can adequately express our devotion to an evolutive and universal Christ.' But that tendency, he suggests, is already with us: `it is quite evident that the passionate awareness of a universal quasi-presence is tending to be aroused, to become correctly adjusted and to be generalised in human consciousness.' Increasingly, `the world is seen to be suspended, by its conscious side, from an Omega point of convergence, and Christ, in virtue of his Incarnation, is recognised as carrying out precisely the functions of Omega.'

The further implications of the matter, consequently, are clear to Teilhard. `To be the alpha and omega, Christ must, without losing his precise humanity, become co-extensive with the physical expanse of time and space.' Moreover, the concept of Omega itself necessarily involves, ultimately, `an escape from Space and Time.' The eventual result, for man, may thus be `a phenomenon perhaps outwardly akin to death', but at the psychic level it would be `in reality a simple metamorphosis and arrival at the supreme synthesis. An escape from the planet, not in space or outwardly, but spiritually and inwardly ...'

Teilhard's insights, inevitably, are colored by Christian preconceptions regarding the deity of the eventual universal Messiah. Yet his vision is otherwise remarkably similar to the one we have outlined. And certainly it is more than capable, if in a way which the prophecies' authors can never have expected (such are the workings of the first two Laws of Prophecy), of taking care of all the apparently impossible requirements of Phases Three and Four of the messianic plan as outlined above.

It is inevitable, for example, that the eventual formation of the new, collective human entity will result in a drastic reduction in psychosomatic illnesses of every kind, while the entity itself can, almost by definition, never suffer from blindness, deafness, lameness, dumbness or deformity — for it will have almost infinite numbers of eyes and ears, arms and legs, and will by its very fluidity always be able to take up whatever shape and role is demanded of it by circumstances. By the same token —failing the extinction of the entire human race— it will be totally immortal, as the prophecies have always demanded. Though individual cells of its body may die, the organism as a whole will for ever be totally unaffected.

And so true man (i.e. the 'Son of Man') will finally, if in a slightly unexpected sense, be restored to his ancient inheritance of lordship over his planet. As the world-wide New Israel, he will exercise his universal rule from the Temple of his own collective body amid the glories of the New Jerusalem — which, for centuries now, has been prophetically transformed from an earthly city into a heavenly estate, and thus into an extraterrestrial vision destined to re-descend upon the earth (the view from `out there' lies, as ever, at the centre of the process). Being a world-wide entity, he will indeed know neither day nor night, any more than the former British Empire ever knew sunset. People of all nations, whether or not they are physically, as some claim, the descendants of the Lost Ten Tribes of Israel, will make up the cells of his body, thus completely transcending their former national limitations. All nations, in short, will become subject to the new Messiah's authority —indeed, nationality as such will become largely irrelevant. And so Pangea ('Whole-Earth), the earth's original, single continent will, in effect, also be its last.

As it was, once again, in the beginning.

With the freeing of the human psyche from its age-long internal and external wars and tensions (the two, psychologically, are of course largely functions of each other), man's energies will then be freed to transform his planet into the Garden of Eden which, in reality, it always was. Man (Adam) and Life (Eve), no longer hiding themselves from each other behind symbolic fig-leaves, will at last be reunited. And as the as-yet largely untapped reservoirs of his unconscious mind are progressively released, he will learn to exercise extraordinary powers which have hitherto been attributed only to psychics and magicians. His world, in consequence, will be transformed, and even the universe itself — thanks to his continued use of the power of prophecy — will be eventually transmuted, just as St Paul himself foresaw! (Rom. 8:21).

`When anyone is united to Christ,' wrote the immensely insightful Pharisee on another occasion (Cor. 5:17) `there is a new world; the old order has gone, and a new order has already begun.'

Yet there is a curious corollary to all this. Those human beings who refuse to accept the new archetype will, naturally enough, not partake of it. Only those who accept it will make up the New Man, the Second Adam or Ultimate Messiah. The rest, inevitably, will therefore not enter the promised Kingdom. But then, strange as it may at first seem, it is only the future Son of Man who ever will — since all those who enter the New Kingdom will, by definition, be co-rulers, members of his body, the collective Christ. Even if that supreme entity eventually succeeds in attracting those still outside the fold, it will only ever be by incorporating them into himself - Hence, no doubt, the symbolism of the Last Supper.

That redemptive mission, presumably, will for ever be the function of any Messiah, as long as there are human beings untouched by the new initiative.

It was the function of Jesus the Nazarene in his day, and will be the purpose, too, of the New David whose task it is to set the whole new, prophetic process in motion. Upon him and his associates much will therefore depend.

Their script is now written, subject only to last-minute editing and stage-directions. The stage itself, albeit as yet in darkness, is almost ready. Down in the pit, the subterranean orchestra is already tuning up. The last-minute, walk-on parts are even now being filled. Most of the main actors, one suspects, have already taken up their roles. Soon it will be time for them to come on stage, ready for the curtain to rise.

The time for action will have come.


This hour is not the end of anything, But just the pause
Before the massive wheels of circumstance Grip firmly once again,
Iron to iron
Pulling to Jerusalem.

Author unknown

[1] Compare Jn. 1:1-14

[2] By courtesy of Thule Press.

[3] Steiger, B., Gods of Aquarius (W.H. Allen, 1977)

[4] Lemesurier, P., The Great Pyramid Decoded (Element Books, 1977)

[5] Sabato, M., Confidences d'un poyant (Hachette, 1971).

[6] Lemesurier, P., The Great Pyramid Decoded

[7] Lemesurier, P., Gospel of the Stars (Element Books, 1977)

[8]  Sabato, M., Confidences d'un poyant


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