Seller: wdjensen (333) 100%, Location: Kirkland, Washington, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 322114365613 Poly urethane resin Replica I made of Sundial ca 1351 AD Says - Jean de Saint-Claire,SION - Rosicrucian Symbols. Templar Cross. Occult symbols. Alchemy symbols. Supports a lot of information out there on Priory of SION. Has imagery, coded text and numbers, and symbols of both Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene. I recently got access to a grey slate sundial, (this auction is NOT for the original) ca 1351 to 1366 AD, which very convincingly appears be inscribed for Jean De Saint-Clair, the 6th Rosicrucian Inquisiteur (Inquisitor), Grand-Master and Nautionneur head of Sion, loaded also with very early medieval Rosicrucian symbols. Size 14 x 14 x 0.5" about. Good white plaster cast that picks up even the fine worn scratched symbols in the flats of outer fields. What alerted me to analyze it was that nearly every number, letter, diagram, and even the flat background lightly scratched symbols had something quirky and puzzling about it, like it was meant to say More than what it appeared to say at first glance. I have placed a lot more pictures, and the webpages that have all the information sources I used, off the internet. No idea if its reliable internet information, but at least is supports a lot of DaVinci Code ( Da Vinci Code ) sources of information like the questioned "Les Dossiers Secretes" mysteriously planted in a library in France. I could really use help figuring what this sundial is, and if it has any great historical significance. Click the link below here only after you read the rest of this ad, and if you have any curiosity about this stuff. Has more pictures of the sundial, and the research related website info I used for tentative interpretations: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/5kwyl63ay2p0hni/AAC8_51PJkswydhk0slnYJY_a?dl=0 ___________________________________________________________________________ The standing man (or woman???) in civilian medieval clothes holds a banner that appears to read: I O N E Y . s a N S . cl a ir E | c i O N It has some ligated medieval style contractions I expanded. JONE is typically a female equivalent for John or Jean. But it also is used for males around 1351 AD at least in English and French. Y is a medieval French equivalent for latin “De” that Knights used sometimes. Curiously, looks like X too, any relation to this guy which is usually "Jean V" or 6th Grand-Master ??? SANS might be old French for sainte, but uncertain. San is found in medieval French: SanGraal, Holy Cup / Mary Magdalene. Maybe SAN-S is Very or Most Holy ? CLAIRE pretty straight forward, now spelled Saint-Clair, or Sinclair. Vertical line separates not a word (like the dots) but likely another part like a title to follow CION is occasionally found in contemporary medieval French equivalent for later SION, which is now the modern SCION, meaning: the descendant offspring of a notable family. (Jesus / Mary Magdalene?) The coat of arms is the medieval country of Dalmatia. It’s a coastal strip along the east border of the Adriatic sea, (Associated with Poland !!) and west across the sea is Venice, which controlled it around then I think. This crownless 3 facing sideways Loins heraldic shield began about 1348 AD, but this one is even older or symbolocally reversed than that, 3 heads facing right not left. Note a Dalmatian dog carved, reference to Dalmatia country coat of arms, identification validation. About 300 years before the first known depiction of them, and associated as first coming from the Kingdom of Dalmatia. In center of sundial shell is an Early Rosicrucian emblem. The Templar Cross is seen merged with a petalled “Rose”. This has 12 petal-like lobes which coincides with the earliest Rosicrucian emblem found on royal succession Polish sword of state, a country Very close to Dalmatia, and had a lot of influence. The surface has all sorts of worn light symbols and stuff scratched in, I cant figure out that stuff. I rely on Science and Intuition…. And I think this plate also has a map. Here's why: I found a “4” mark that should not be there, that matches the position on the sundial (upper left), rotational angle (rotated about 40 degrees counter-clockwise), and additional features (M and comet-like dots) on a unearthed vellum parchment found by a Priest at Rennes le Chateau, France, that has the same symbol characterics mentioned above. Its related to Templars and a “Priory of Sion” and Mary Magdalene and a Treasure he found there which he rebuilt the church complex and dedicated it to Saint Mary Magdalene. The 4 points up to the left on the sundial (if its also a map) to Paris and then southern tip of Greenland where Templar Danes colonized about the time of this sundial I think. Oak Island treasure may have been buried by Danish Templar Navigators around the 14th century. I think the sundial is before any treasure was buried at Oak Island, but don't know. Near central Rose is a large “16OV” and this is not a date. I think it refers to the “I)nquisiteur 6)th” (so 6th Grand-Master / Nautionner) of the Priory of Sion, which is a Jean de Saint-Clair in the Dossiers Secretes. The O is a circle, not like a zero or letter O, and it has 4 tint quatrefoil arranged dots in it. Looks like alchemic Sun, Jesus, Cross. “OV” I think stands for Ordre Veritas, and right above it is a very early known form of the Rosy-Cross drawing. The name of the early Rosicrucians = L’Ordre de Rosie-Croix Veritas. It is reported that the Templars merged with the Priory of Sion (11th century to cutting of the Elm ceremony) and its Grand-Master = “Master Navigator” was head of both. About 1307 AD, Templars began being killed off. Before its leader Sir DeMolay was burned slowly alive, he passed some extremely critical secret info to another head Templar knight Sir Geoffrey C? something. He gathered Templars “somewhere in Dalmatia” and the message from DeMolay was the Templars will reemerge in 600 years…note: Just before WWI (600 years later) the German symbol was a “Templar” cross! Before spreading out from The Dalmatia - Rosicrucian / Priory of Sion / Templar stronghold, they formed cover organizations for the remaining Templars. It would then be very plausible that the 6th grand master of Sion, Jean Saint-Clair, was in Dalmatia. I bet in the Vrana : known main Templar Fort / Port in the area. A perfect place to hide and direct operations and port. Note that the "Jean" word in the scroll has a backwards N, yet later in the legend a forward N. I propose that this is not from ignorance of how to write an N, but deliberate. Modern backwards N means the opposite of something, and called Nihilism. I don't think its presence in medieval times was that severe, but was a secret sign to other adepts and Cathar / Christian Heretics: You find rare crucifixes with INRI where N is reversed. Strangely, in a leaked video that looks very amateurish on Youtube of filming inside a Venice proposed Sion place, there was filmed Three such INRI's that had backwards N's. Doesn't seem like coincidence. I have a 1700's Spanish cross of Caravaca that also has the weird N characteristics, and the Catholic churches had tons of inquisitions in Spain. About 40 years earlier than this sundial, the first magnetic compass to work on a ship was invented in Venice. Also, Jean Saint-Clair was renowned as the greatest Navigator of his day, the same title that the Grand-Master also had in the Rosicrucians. The Saint-Clair Rosslyn Chapel has the same Rosicrucian emblem on the very front of the chapel, down to four two-lobed rose petals, and cross. Note the fleur-de-lys on them too. Sinclair coat of arms has a Helmet on it that Exactly matches one on sundial, a very rare form. Also, Sinclair Arms have 2 ships, supporting title Nautionner, great navigator leader of Priory of Sion. Note Man holding banner is plain clothed (humility) and title is just SION. Not only may he have be the Head of the Sion, but may have been the SION himself ! Means the descent shoot from a very important family.Those compasses had a compass Rose, and Cross with NSEW lines on it, just like the Rosicrucian symbol on my sundial. Another evidence the grand master was in Dalmatia is the report by an alchemical doctor student going to “somewhere in Dalmatia” to learn the secrets of Alchemy. He wrote “A Pearl of Great Price”, I think his name was Petrus Bonus?? They taught him the theoretics, but did not reveal the actual secrets of Alchemy, by his admission in the book.