Site Descriptions

neb rocks

Places To Visit On The Tour Of Mary Magdalene In Southern France

Most popular sites:

Hermitage De Galamus, Gorge De Galamus, Take a mile walk along a canyon roadway in the gorge to The Hermitage De Galamus. Scenic splendor completed by a church built in the 4th century in a cave by Saint Antone. However, many feel the cave was used centuries before Antone’s hermit establishment. Hermitage is an extremely heart awakening church and it is suspected to be a place Mary Magdalene may have stayed. Feel her presence with a definite strong immersion into the divine feminine.

Cubieries Sur Cin Noble  Templar oriented church and site of a grand old abbey.

Chateau De Payrepertuse, a beautiful Cathar Chateau high on a mountain top (one/third kilometer up) with a wonderful chapel of Mary Magdalene and a second chapel connecting to spirits of creator and heaven. Meditate in the lower level connecting to the lower chakras and earth then activate the crown chakra to spirits of heaven and sky at the top tower. The castle has remained much intact built on a mountain top. Payrepertuse is a wonderful place to experience a large, ancient castle with much of the original stonework. Enjoy viewing a 360 degree panorama of the beautiful French countryside.

Rennes Le Chateau, world famous, the setting in the last scene of the book “Da Vinci Code”. This significant historic site is a most beautiful small chapel in a small community overlooking the small town of Couisa. The lay lines of Pic De Bugarach have a direct connection to Rennes Le Chateau and has been revered as a sacred place of worship for more than 2,000 years.

Pic De Bugarach, one of the twelve major vortexes or stargates on the planet. We will meditate at the base of De Pic.  The Pic has multitudes of ley lines coming out of its base and connecting its energy to a variety of the sacred sites in the area.

Bugarach Church, humble church in honoring Mother Mary in the nearby town of Bugarach and highly energized by the stargate mountain, Pic De Bugarach.

Celtic Stone Circle of Bugarach, there is something magical about this place, not a well developed stone circle but is a sweet natural energy. Is located in the beautiful Communal Forest near Bugarach.

Mount Cardou, legendary feminine counterpart to Pic De Bugarach where Mary Magdalene lead rituals and some say was buried there. Enjoy the subtle energies of this powerful place and feel the presence of Mary.

Rennes Le Bain, spend time in this quaint small, Roman town. Sit on “The Seat Of Isis”, enjoy a hot mineral bath in the River Sals, and drink water from “The Source” a high mineral content spring.

Fountain De Amour, near Rennes Le Bain, sacred pool where legend says was Mary Magdalene’s preferred baptismal spot. Highly energetic in a fairy like setting. A favorite swimming spot for locals who enjoy the cold, salty waters.

Alet Le Bain, Roman town with, most likely, the oldest temple in the area, dedicated to Dianna The Hunter. Also nearby is a wonderful public water fountain of very high vibrational water. Nearby is St Salyvre, a Roman turned Christian church, legend says Jesus died and was buried there.

St Salvyre  Old Roman site and then church where rumoured where Jesus died. Very Profound place.

Notre Dame De Marcielle  Home of Black Madonna of Limoux, discovered in the 8th century. It is a beautifully ornate, cathedral and healing springs.

St Polycarpe  Visogoth church near Limoux with the area’s only aqueduct.

Vals  Ancient site of worship dating back to possibly 2500 BC, amazing architecture and amazingly powerful. Church is built into mountain side.

Nebias Forest, A magical rain forest full of Angelic and Fairy  spirits in a dense forest of trees and green mossy limestone rocks sculptured in intricate mazes making each turn a new, astonishing beauty of nature designs

De Bezu, a Templar Fortress, where legend says held ancient artifact treasures from Jesus via Jerusalem (never to be recovered when the Templars fell). There seems to be an energetic connection between Jerusalem, The Pic De Bugarach and The Bezu.

The Caves Of Mary Magdalene, are three caves, legend says was one of Mary’s residences in her nomadic life. However, these caves appear to be much older sacred places of worship for cleansing of human limitations and for the creation of our dreams. Each cave has special properties with masculine and feminine qualities with the third cave connecting to a higher dimensional consciousness.  A great location to have an individual awakening as each cave can be in a strong environment to have a profound experience. Plant your seeds of manifestation and transformation as pagan residents did hundreds to thousands of years ago.

Perillos, A chateau where legend say Jesus was re-buried.

Cave Of Perillos An ancient cave thought to be where Cathars worshipped. Possible sabbatical sight for Mary Magdalene.

Grotte De Bethlehem  Sacred caves of the Cathars near Ussat and Tarrascon.

Chapelle de Notre Dame Sabarts  Very old church saluting the black madonnas of the area with photographs and a ornately beautiful black madonna as well. There are wonderful shrines dedicated to Mary Magdalene and Saint Anne. Founded by King Charlemagne in 7th century who saw Mother Mary at this site in which he proclaimed a church to be built in her honor.

Notre Dame De Celles Location of Mother Mary citing in 1600’s, very pure energy of Mary and spring water blessed by Mary are of a  very high vibration.

Monsequr, Cathar Chateau of the tragic deaths of 200 Cathars, included on the admission ticket is a free pass to Monsequr museum. Some believe Monsegur is one of the great pilgrimage destinations due to the power of the mountain the chateau sits on. Two major ley lines cross at Monsegur, energizing the mountain.









  1. Denise Callaghan's Gravatar Denise Callaghan
    December 29, 2015    

    Yes! I want to sign up for the 2nd tour, from June 3-June 10!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *