Magdalene, along with many others. traveled to the South of France where Jesus would be burred in the Rennes-le-Chateau Churches' holy grounds. Magdalene purchased s everal grave sites in Her family name of Magdalene and Jesus. The crest of the house of Magdalene was altered and placed on the burial documents identifying the first letter of the name of Magdalene and the first letter of the name of Jesus (Yeshua). The new family crest was etched on the documents. An old burial caretaker prepared a copy of the burial documents and handed them to Jesus's Wife, Magdalene. The original documents were placed in a special place along with other documents of buried Christians that were buried nearby. Only one high priest knew the location of the original documents. The crest was etched into Rennes le Chateau painting seen over the altar honoring the blessed family of Magdalene and Jesus.
Two priests, along with the original burial documents, traveled to the Church in Rome to request money to restore the Rennes-le-Chateau Church before Pilgrims begin travelling to Rennes to offer their prayers to the family of Magdalene and Jesus. Proof of the burial site was required by the Church of Rome before money was given to the priests for the Church renovation. The two priests along with several others from the Roman Church began their journey back to Rennes-le-Chateau in the company of Templar Knights with enough money to renovate the Church. One priest became ill and died along the journey back to the Church. The documents remained in Rome until full payment was returned to Rome. A legion of Templar knights protected the Romans and priest until their return to the Rennes-le-Chateau Church. As the Rennes-le-Chateau was being restored, it was approved to move the remains of Magdalene, Jesus and children and take them back to Rome for there protection. They were laid to rest in the Vatican City Church where they remain today. Several of the Rennes-le-Chateau Church clergy were found to be poisoned before Rennes-le- Chateau Church opened their doors to Pilgrims throughout the world.
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