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The Prieuré de Sion translated as Priory of Sion, is a fringe fraternal organisation, founded and dissolved in France in 1956 by Pierre Plantard as part of a hoax.

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The Priory of Sion (Prieure de Sion) is alleged to be a secret society founded in the 11th century its said purpose to preserve and protect the original precepts of ...

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"The avowed and declared objective of the Prieure de Sion is the restoration of the Merovingian dynasty and bloodline - to the throne not only of France, but to ...

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Mar 18, 2015 ... “Fact: The Priory of Sion - a European secret society founded in 1099 - is a real organization.” These are the opening words of The Da Vinci ...

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by Dr.Vincenzo Chiodo, PhD from AlienExistence Website. The Prieure du Notre Dame du Sion, or Priory of Zion, is said to be the cabal behind many of the ...

www.renneslechateau.org/prieure-de-sion.html

Le véritable Prieuré de Sion historique. ... Le Prieuré de Sion, tel qu'il est présenté par Pierre Plantard (Grand Maître autoproclamé) et Henri Lincoln, coauteur ...

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Le Prieuré de Sion est-il une invention de Pierre Plantard aidé par Philippe de Chérisey, Gérard de Sède et Jean-Luc Chaumeil ? Les templiers l'ont créé ?

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Mar 31, 2016 ... The Priory of Sion (from the French Prieure de Sion) is alleged to be a secret society founded in the 11th century its said purpose to preserve ...
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Dec 28, 2015 ... What is Priory of Sion? The Priory of Sion formerly known as the French Prieure de Sion, is a name given to multiple groups, both real and ...

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The Priory of Sion is an initiatory Order of chivalry, founded on July 15 1099 in Jerusalem, by Godfrey of Bouillon, at the Abbey "Our Lady of Mount Sion" as ...