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Prieure de Sion

This Secret Society was devoted to "Occult and " Esoteric" interests.

One of the biggest Illuminati kingpins, and leader (Grand Master) of the Prieure de Sion was Frenchman Claude Debussy (bn.1862). Claude Debussy, a Merovingian, was Nautonnie (Navigator-helmsman) of the Prieure de Sion from 1885-1918. (See the document Dossiers secrets, planche no. 4, Ordre de Sion, written about in Holy Blood, Holy Grail.) 

In 1891, when some secret coded parchments (Merovingian documents) were found by a French clergyman Sauniere, he was directed by church officials to visit with Emile Hoffet, an occult acquaintance of Debussy. Debussy was close friends with many of the top French occultists of his time. He is known to have been a close friend to both the notorious Satanists Jules Bois and MacGregor Mathers. Mathers started the Order of the Golden Dawn. Debussy was also a friend of the infamous Papus (aka Dr. Gerard Encausse) and W.B. Yeats. Papus was one of the men who during his lifetime was part of the interlocking occult directorate of occult groups.

Other Grand Masters

In the Dossiers secrets the following individuals are listed as successive grand masters of the Prieure de Sion.

Jean de Gisors    1188 - 1220
Marie de Saint-Clair     1220 - 1266
Guillaume de Gisors    1266 - 1307 who is said to have organized the Prieure de Sion into an "Hermetic Freemasonry"
Edouard de Bar    1307 - 1336
Jeanne de Bar    1336 - 1351
Jean de Saint-Clair    1351 - 1366
Blanche d'Evreux    1366 - 1398
Nicolas Flamel    1398 - 1418
Rene d'Anjou    1418 - 1480
Iolande de Bar    1480 - 1483
Sandro Filipepi    1483 - 1510
Leonardo da Vinci    1510 - 1519
Connetable de Bourbon    1519 - 1527
Ferdinand de Gonzague    1527 - 1575
Louis de Nevers    1575 - 1595
Robert Fludd    1595 - 1637
J. Valentine Andrea    1637 - 1654
Robert Boyle    1654 - 1691
Isaac Newton    1691 - 1727
Charles Radclyffe    1727 - 1746
Charles de Lorraine    1746 - 1780
Maximilian de Lorraine    1780 - 1801
Charles Nodier    1801 - 1844
Victor Hugo    1844 - 1885
Claude Debussy 1885 - 1918
Jean Cocteau    1918 -     

 

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