Chartres Cathedral
A superb example of twelfth- to thirteenth-century Gothic
architecture, believed by some occultists to enshrine ancient
mysteries of religious inspiration. For example, in his book The
Mysteries of Chartres Cathedral (1972), Louis Charpentier claims
that the cathedral is built on the site of powerful and ancient
earth currents. He examines the mystery of the amazing architecture
of the cathedral, its historic connection with the Knights
Templar, and its symbolic and esoteric meanings.
Charpentier, Louis. The Mysteries of Chartres Cathedral. London
Research into Lost Knowledge Organization, 1972. Reprint,
New York Avon, 1972.

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