It’s a comparison over a period of 4000 years of facts that took place before and after Christ.
From 939 to the French Revolution.
The times of the famous Marozia, Canossa, Latran, St. Barthelemy, the Storming of the Bastille, the Declaration of Human Rights, the Release of the Seals, Cups, the Apocalypse Trumpets.
Folding of the two wings of time in bilateral symmetry, taking as pivot point the date of the dedication of Solomon’s Temple in -939.
This aphelion, essentially written in Hebrew, is marked with the seal of a curse.
It’s a comparison of the books of the Old and the New Testaments.
Therefore, the Genesis corresponds with the Apocalypse, with the Book of the Shepherd, and those of stone, Jacques, and Jude...
It’s a small fascicle (32 pages) of History’s laws and canvas.
It highlights the revolutionary cycle of 175 years (1789 - 1964).
It analyzes the events occurring at 175 years intervals...
It is about the various Apocalypses which followed one another: the one of fire, of iron, of John, of Noah... of the prophecies...
This literary work in 6 volumes, although elaborated during World War II, was only published in 1971 and thereafter.
The “Heptaméron” highlights the repetition of historical events, according to determined cycles since 4108 before JC till 1963.
Book I starts with the Apocalypse.
It compares the Genesis and the Apocalypse.
Book II plunges into the origins of the earth, and of Life, passing through the cosmogony of Moses.
Book III examines the seven days of the creation and the vast range of seals, trumpets and cups.
Books IV et V are researching the ancient People and the Origin of the human thought.
Books VI et VII look into the cyclical origins and the rhythms in the Universe and the Reintegration of man on his Earth and in his role. All this documented with numerous biblical references and philosophical considerations.
This book analyzes the similarities between the book of the Shepherd of Hermas (second century) and the building of a tower (Eben-Ezer), with an interval of over 18 centuries.
On both sides, they worked on the building of a tower: a symbol of trust, of hope...
It’s an incursion in the world of caverns, their origin, the micro fauna and the flora living there.
This work, although anti-establishment, would like to be a link between genres, classes and species, in search for a liberating truth…
This is a study about the spreading of sea stones, from the Paleocene to the Pleistocene.
Bouché de Perthes was a pioneer; he was one of the first to be interested in the stones figures.
The Ancient People revealed through the figurations in different types of rocks.
2nd Prize Platon in 1982.
Prize Lucie Maillet in 1984.
Results of excavations during 60 years in 20 caverns.
Trough the Secondary and Tertiary in search for the Human...
An incursion into the world of the stone-thoughts, stone-figures through plates, philosophical considerations and studies on the field, always in search for the Human...
Encounter between a man and two pilgrims.
This Man warns against the merchants of the temple, those who are marked with the seal of the beast...
The Ancient people, inhabitants of the antique Thebah, endure cataclysms, undertake long voyages, cross the seas and live numerous adventures to finally reach the Thebah...
All that studded with numerous biblical and chronological references as well as philosophical considerations ...
A fiction based on the history, geology and Bible...
This little twenty pages fascicle gives us several explanations on the milestone Eben-Ezer.
Four poems describe the cherubs and their symbolic
This is the first book of Robert Garcet.
He wrote it in reply to “Mein Kampf” of Adolph Hitler and he predicted there the fall of the 3rd Reich.