From Eleusis to Denderah, the forbidden evolution.

Roman from Eleusis to Denderah


From Denderah to Eleusis,
In the storm of a sleeping body,
Master learns mystery of Isis,
To be born again.

Like the lighthouse of Alexandria shining with its golden light.
Rise sows his lily flowers,
For a navigator searching for his fate,
In the light of his abyss.

From Eleusis to Dendérah,
In the spring of blossoming souls.
Master, pupil take the step
A reunion in the shade of a crying lighthouse.

The theme of Éleusis’s novel to Dendérah

The theme is the spiritual journey to enlightenment, the encounter with the supernatural and then the human evolution of the initiate. This is the path of involution and evolution described by the spiritual masters of Asia as well as the poets.  

Rama Krishna used this thought as an example: “There is involution and evolution! It’s a path you have to go back and forward. You go back to the Higher Being and your personality merges into his; it’s samadhi. Then you come back with this increased personality to find your “me”! You will then discover that you, like the world, are born of this Higher Being and that God, man and nature are the different faces of a single reality”

Pierre, a poet who finished his involution but did not really begin its evolution, meets a young woman, Laurie, who is also seeking his initiation. He learned from James Joyce: “for a writer, there are only three solutions: silence, exile or cunning.” At the age of 35, he is tired of the silence he has imposed on himself and is looking instead for another way to continue his poetic work. In a group of friends, the poet will be able to deceive, to act sneakily, in order to achieve his ends. He thus refused to accept the solution of exile as adopted by Hermann Hesse in Montagnola, which is mentioned in this book, and by other authors, poets. 

Together, among their group of friends, they will find the triple initiation to the earthly, superior and double worlds and realize their transfiguration. The fundamental problem remains: what to do with this initiation? How can we lead a human and social evolution while standing, faithful to what spontaneously wanted to arise in us? The poet knows that the dialog of the soul for the soul radically transforms life. Together with their friends, the heroes will therefore change the life and society around them. They will use their knowledge to found a political,

economic and social movement to meet the needs of human relations and economic needs. Spiritual and political, economic and social paths converge with lucidity and clarity towards a new society. This shift will have to overcome the obstacles posed by the leaders in power in the states and break out of taboos some knowledge that contradicts current official discourse. 

This approach uses our two sources of knowledge. At the level of our intellectual and rational source, this approach is based on the methods of managing a social group that places the human being at the heart of its institutions: alliance of opposites for the definition of the objectives, subsidiarity principle for obtaining the optimal solution and its adaptation to local particularities. At the level of our personal and initiatory, spiritual source, this approach develops the reconciliation of the three dimensions of the human being: physical, intellectual, spiritual. This theme has been developed in particular by the writer Hermann Hesse. This is in contrast to the process of purification, which has led to the greatest crimes of humanity.
The reader is invited to follow this path, but in full knowledge of the facts, after having reflected on this warning of any spiritual master to a postulant

“it is better not to begin. Once you’ve started, it’s better to finish. So do not venture into the path of spirituality if you do not feel the need.”

Where does the name of the novel D’Éleusis to Dendérah the forbidden evolution, come from ?

Emperor Constantine and the Mysteries of Eleusis

Celebration of the mysteries in Eleusis was banned in 320 AD by the Roman Emperor at the request of the Fathers of the Church.
These celebrations come from the temple of Denderah, near Thebes. This temple was the guardian of the oldest knowledge and initiation rites of the high priests and pharaohs. Emperor Augustus, who was introduced to the Egyptian mysteries, was the last to restore this temple.
The tradition of this knowledge will be preserved by John, Anthony, Pacome, the fathers of the desert and founders of the Cenobite movement, the spiritual source of the first Christian communities, and then by the Benedictine movement. 

It was the Roman Emperor Constantine, then head of Christianity, who forbade the celebration of the mysteries in Elysius, because too many Christians, as before them, Pythagoras, Plato and the educated people of Greece and the Mediterranean basin, rushed there.
This example weakened the power of the Pope in Rome who intended to have the monopoly of the new Christian religion to write the dogmas and rules that the faithful must follow and this presupposed the prohibition of the individual initiatory way. Only the observance of the commandments of the church counted, the personal initiation according to the ancient rites could only lead to produce competitors if not sectarian groups.
Everyone knows that the best defense is attack and if in all time there have been sects as there have been ignorant, illiterate, it is not acceptable to have to consider that any spiritual initiation conducted outside the rules of a theocratic religion automatically leads to a sect…and at the stake. 

Empereur Romain Constentin, (272-337 AP JC)
Empereur Romain Constantin, (272-337 AP JC)

The temple of Denderah

As for Denderah, at the time of Jesus, the Emperor Augustus was initiated there and completed the reconstruction of the temple undertaken by the Ptolemies.

It is probable that the Essenes sent Jesus there to complete his formation just as it is probable that John, after Jesus’ death, will return there to complete his initiation.

The two versions of Revelation, that of Jesus and that of John, support this reading of the facts because writing a narrative of Revelation demonstrates that there was an encounter with the powers of the higher and double worlds and knowledge of the last great cataclysm whose date was inscribed on the zodiac of Denderah. The double house of life buried near the temple had been used for millennia as a place for this highest initiation.

Isis, the mother of the survivors, was the natural protector of those who had passed their initiation and were reborn with a new vision of life and a deeper understanding of the divine mysteries. Rome restored Denderah when it had no qualms about later razing the temple of Jerusalem. Rome will maintain the library of Alexandria while a Christian bishop will burn it. But in Dendérah, Bishop Pacôme, probably following the path of the desert traced by John and Antoine, will transcribe the rules of cenobite life that had inhabited this millennium temple.

And from these groups of intellectual and spiritual workers, from Dendérah, from Nag-Hammadi next to Dendérah, will come out in Europe the time of the cathedrals, a time broken by the criminal will of a king of France and never restored by the equally ignorant republic, in its claim to be secular, of what makes a human being live and die.

But for property rights that are inviolable and sacred except to the nation, the constitution is a bit better at understanding them, and thus protects a system in which inequality increases without regard for reason or human dignity. Of all this, a poet never considered it forbidden to discuss it… quite the contrary. A poet’s first job has always been and will always be to break the prohibitions of minorities in power… but his job, if he starts there, is far from finished… 

Le roman d'Eleusis à Denderah Temple de denderah
The temple of Denderah

The spiritual journey

Together, the heroes of the novel will set up the mystery celebrations as they were held in Eleusis. Pierre and Laurie, for their part, will go to the source of these celebrations, to the temple of Denderah to restore the celebration of the new covenant between God and men, a celebration that the high priests and the pharaohs followed before this rite was lost. A new covenant which Moses reintroduced and which Jesus completed through his transfiguration and resurrection. This new alliance will allow them to acquire the powers of the double world, the powers to destroy and to make die, on their responsibility to transform their own death, their passion, into the rescue of the tyrannical and criminal human beings that they have had to make die to preserve their movement. 

The reader will soon understand that the subject does not end its geographical course in Dendérah but that it is also a question of finding the trace of the survivors of the last great cataclysm in Peru and Bolivia, that the path that connects the Mediterranean to the Andes Cordillera is traced by a star that the elders called the Merica, star that was followed again officially Christopher Columbus after many other navigators who knew the secret of the ties between the Egyptians and the Indians of the Andes Cordillera, secret whose existence is today proven by the presence of coca in the Egyptian mummies. But not to complicate this path, the title only evokes the last places where this spiritual journey was celebrated: Éleusis and Dendérah.

The novel of Eleusis to Dendérah, a historical and religious background

The first gospels

The backdrop follows the story of Jesus as reported by Flavius Josephus. The establishment of the Gamala Republic, the Sicaires and Zealots, the organization of the community (like that of Qumran) on the basis of the Egyptian tradition with the spiritual leader (John the Baptist then James) and the political leader (Jesus), the choice of Jesus to disobey Abraham and Moses to choose his own spiritual path, are here transposed.

A parallel between the journey of Jesus and that of the characters of Eleusis’ novel in Dendérah

This story of the first gospels like that of the book is about the attempt to change life in order to establish in our societies the message drawn from initiation to the higher world, the way of reconciling the dimensions of the human being with his eternal life, of which his soul is the guarantor. 

In the eyes of our society, the characters in the book are as reprehensible as the companions of Jesus were to the Pharisees or the decision-makers of Jerusalem. The characters meet in an exchange club, they live crazy love, without limits. They formed an alliance with a group of elders who were more or less Nazis during the war and who now use money stolen by the Nazis to carry out activities to make reparation for these misdeeds. The knights, commanded by a former U.S. Army commander, will steal from the U.S. Army war material and equipment from an electronic war center. They will lead a network of secret agents and will bring about a new civilization that is much more humanistic.

The novel and thesis of R. Ambelain in his book “Jesus or the mortal secret of the Templars”

The difference with the story of Jesus is that today, thanks to the Internet, everyone throughout the world will know what is happening and what the movement of Companions and Knights proposes. Their total elimination is no longer possible and all traces of this history are kept in memory. No more distortion of this story is possible. The final question remains: is the resurrection of the flesh possible? This mystery is evoked and an answer is offered. We do not follow the thesis that it would be Thomas, the twin brother, Didym in Greek means twin, who would have been crucified instead of Jesus. We read this thesis of R. Ambelain like others in his book “Jesus or the mortal secret of the Templars”. It is clear that Jesus met his disciples after the crucifixion. But is it necessary to explain these encounters by the resurrection of the flesh or by this subterfuge between two twins? We use our spiritual experiences to offer a more viable reading to us.

The faith of the time of cathedrals

This mystery is the foundation of the Christian religion, it is re-explained in this book to serve as the foundation for a renewed faith, the faith of the time of the cathedrals worked at Cluny, Cîteaux, Clairvaux and through which will build the new human organization in network described in the book. In the time of Jesus, when the restored Dendrah was ready for a reactualization of initiations, it was on the land of Israel to reactualize the work of Moses, and Jesus declared that he had come to complete it and not to destroy it. Since the foundation of the Benedictine movement in the year 500, it has also been a matter of building a body of knowledge and values capable of allowing the development of a civilization capable of marrying the cultures of the peoples and ensuring peace, respect for human dignity and the abolition of misery, once the Roman Empire has disappeared.

The teachings of the temple of Dendérah

These values, which place the human being at the heart of the political organization, come from the oldest temple in Egypt, Denderah, and it is also for this reason that it was restored first by the Roman emperors. Pursuing this civilizing work from the initiatory teachings that reveal the mysteries of human life and the history of life on earth and in the universe, is of a completely different dimension than wanting to impose the dogma of the resurrection of the flesh for a son of God. All the initiates coming out of the Egyptian temples had the title of son of God and they knew that they did not define who God is but only talk about the mysteries of life and prepare others to come into contact with them.

In this novel, the use of supernatural powers will allow Peter to request permission to return to his split body after his death to pursue with his friends the development of their movement. This act, which proves the highest abilities of an insider, will of course increase the faith and ardor of the members of the movement to develop not a system of power but a network organization. This represents the alternative already used throughout mankind to get rid of systems collapsing in their inconsistencies and whose utopia, this unrealizable part of a system, no longer motivates anyone… especially not a poet who fights utopia to affirm instead a hope!

The elimination of this knowledge by the Inquisition

But it is also the faith burned on the pyres lit by the Dominican monks as a result of the action of Pope Clement V to destroy these knowledge on the human nature of Jesus contrary to the dogmas elaborated in Rome. It is obvious that the papacy has everything to gain by challenging its dogmas and by restoring the initiatory path in the culture that speaks of Christ, of the one who lives in us and makes us cross carnal death. This faith was also forbidden by the kings of France and apparently, ignored or forbidden, by the French Republic. The publication of this book would make it possible, on this point, to check the “state of things” and to know whether the poets have again the right to speak (other than on the Internet).

This frame is very discreet and it is through a few details that an informed reader who has read, for example, books written on this subject by Freemasons, will discover it. It has been especially useful to the author to construct his story and the reader who is not well aware of these historical facts, may not discover it. This is not the main purpose of this book.

The vision brought by the poet author of Éleusis’s novel to Dendérah

We do not follow in this novel the fashionable questions about the human reality of Jesus: her marriage to Marie Madeleine, her children and what they became, especially when this family group came to take refuge on the shores of Gaul Narbonnaise and Provence. This novel does not dwell on the plot devised by the Roman church to conceal these facts and defy a Jesus out of his time. We don’t need the Freemasons that explain that it was Jesus’ twin brother who was crucified in his place. On the other hand, we use the spiritual approach of Jesus (his transfiguration, resurrection, apparitions and assumption) to show that these acts are always present for an initiate who pursues his enlightenment and then his human evolution. Compared to a book like The Da Vinci Code that deals with the romantic aspects of such a plot to obscure the human life of Jesus, this novel is the work of a poet who has made the journey through the skylight and who places the characters of his story in situations where spirituality gives the keys to relations with life after life on Earth.

The specificities of Eleusis’ novel to Denderah in the spiritual field

Far beyond the event stories, the reader is brought into contact with the mysteries of life, is brought into contact with the presence of what lives within us and allows us to access our eternal dimension from our human life by making us resurrected sons of God to life. The reader will witness the transfiguration of Peter and Laurie, the use of the supernatural powers of the higher and double worlds. This work for the moment is unique or the writings of other poets on this topic have not passed the censorship of publishing houses and the censorship of the leaders of our civil and religious power systems. Peter and Laurie do not try to imitate Jesus, no, they use the same initiatory spiritual approach as it was practiced in Denderah or elsewhere and they will live the same encounters with the mysteries as those described in the Christian Gospels. This is the strength of this novel and probably also its limitation in the face of the incomprehension of an audience still subject to the current religious dogmas. It is certain that this public must begin by lifting the veil cast on the human reality of Jesus and reading books such as today’s Da Vinci Code or those published twenty years ago ( example: “Jesus where the mortal secret of the Templars”, which is discussed on our site ), before being ready to follow us in this novel.

The main characters of Éleusis’s novel to Dendérah


35, married to Françoise, 2 children.

Job: He’s been a poet forever, published a collection of poetry once he stopped writing

History: He lived his youth in a Vosges valley on the Alsatian side. He was a cyclist, cross-country skier in competition and then a student in Strasbourg. He is a winner of the Faculty of Law of Strasbourg. He works as Head of Human Resources and lives the economic and social transformations of his companies..


28, married to Dan.

Job: Sex surrogates and leads therapies based on practical sexual work

History: She was the daughter of a former World War II OSS commando commander who later worked as a journalist and columnist. After studying psychology, she returned to Philadelphia to follow her retired parents. She met Dan, followed him to Germany, Pirmasens, Palatinate, and was engaged as a psychologist in the U.S. Army Health Department at a Palatinate hospital and in Wiesbaden. It deals with victims of torture, hostage-taking and then victims of the Bosnian War who landed at Ramstein.


32, Laurie’s husband.

 Job: He’s an American officer from West Point. He heads a logistics group and he oversees the stores of military supplies and ammunition buried in the Palatinate Forest.

History: He’s an amateur of skiing and helicopters. He is a member of a collectors’ club in Holland, near Aachen, which owns several decommissioned helicopters, the Huey.


26, married to Anke, lives in Karlsruhe.

Job: He works in a bank

History: Story He likes music and mountain hiking as well as everything related to esotericism. A very free couple with Anke, they will participate in special evenings organized by a group of alumni and the money raised will be offered to their friends to found their own club. Frantz will be treasurer.


26, married to Frantz.

Job: She is a teacher of physical education and sets up her dance and bodybuilding room.

History:Tall, blonde with blue eyes, boy, she’s an accomplished sportswoman. After competitions in athletics and in the middle of the world, she has been cross-country skiing and mass racing and hiking in the alps and mountaineering with Frantz. Libertarian naturist like Frantz, she has successfully participated in erotic contests and special evenings but refuses to play in pornographic productions. She is a mystic who seeks something else and with Frantz, her goal is to found a club for released couples who have understood that beyond love, there is another possible sharing of emotions and sensitivity.


45, married to Sandra, 3 children

 Job: He is an electronics engineer

History: He lives in Mannheim. He’s a libertarian naturist who’s going to discover that beyond just meeting in swingers clubs, there is an opportunity to change his life and build a business that fits his aspirations much better. He’s going to take charge of telecommunications and intranets in their movement. Jovial and joking, he will continue his work and lead the movement’s teams of computer scientists and electronics technicians to implement data processing logistics and electronic warfare centers.


42, married to Sepp.

Job: She is a negotiator in real estate

History: She will give up her dream of creating her own agency to look after the premises and material resources of their club and will then lead the team in charge of these issues in their movement. 


45 years old, two children, married to Barbara.

Job: He’s a doctor of chemistry, works in Basel.

History: His couple are friends of long dates of Sepp and Sandra. He too will follow the group and bring his know-how in management and decision making. He will help Sepp in the development of intranets.


42, married to Werner.

 Job: She works in an insurance company in Basel

History:  After studying law in Strasbourg, she worked in an insurance company in Basel where she met Werner. It will develop the movement’s bancassurance mutual, following the example of the founders of the Mulhouse industrial company, among others Koechlin, the founder of SACM, which became the parent company of Alsthom, Alcatel and what was the CGE. This mutual will be the hub of their economic organization bringing together SELs, a stock exchange and the various production and trading activities on their intranets or in their common houses. It was in Basel that the knights withdrew after the clue battles.


40 years old, 1 child.

Job: He is Professor of Economics – Management in Nancy

History: Disappointed by his profession, he will fully engage in the movement by bringing his knowledge and his pedagogy. He will directly take care of the new community center in the Beaujolais near Lyon and he will develop on their intranets the expert forum to increase the training opportunities among the members of the movement.


38, married to Gerard.

Job: She is a French teacher in the same high school as Gérard

History: She is an intellectual who will write the memory of the movement. She will work next to her husband but will not follow him in his idea of a public trial. She would support the action of the knights and write the epic.


34, married to Carine, 2 children.

 Job: He is a civilian manager in the French German Forces in Baden-Baden.

History:He understands that the birth of Eurocorp will remove his post. He’s looking for a civilian conversion.


32, married to Patrick.

Job: She is a nurse.

History : She will leave the elderly people she cares for in Baden-Baden to become also among the first, a permanent member of the club. With Laurie and Anke, she will lead the love school and then train in combat to accompany the knights on the field and be their nurse.



Job: Retired from the German army.

History:  Born in 1917 in a village in Bavaria. Her father, a schoolteacher, will tell her about German industrial-era protest movements: the Wandervögel, the Naturmenschen, the Monte-Verita colony, the work of Hermann Hesse. An officer in the Gebirgsjäger, he made the campaigns of Norway, Moscow, the Caucasus during the Second World War and then kept an alpine pass overlooking Italy. With military friends, he managed to break the resistance of young Nazis in Munich and they opened the city to American troops.


about 75, single.

Job: Retired from the World Health Organization (WHO)

History: She was an interpreter with the American army around 1942 and a secret agent of Free France. With her maquis de l’Ain, she recovers the OSS commando led by Laurie’s father. She lived a love affair with Laurie’s father and then joined the health corps of the First French Army as a nurse and participated in the liberation of Alsace. After the war, she joined the O.M.S. and went to treat disadvantaged peoples around the world. For her retirement, she will restore an old farmhouse in Biot on the Côte d’Azur.

Romain et Claudine

17 years

Job: High school students in Paris

History: Pierre and Laurie meet them kissing under a carriage door. They invite them into Laurie’s student room and become friends. When Maud, Laurie and Pierre leave, Romain and Claudine will stay in the room to watch the bodies. When Laurie and Pierre return, they will see them in their split bodies. They will continue their initiation with Laurie and Pierre and during the gathering at the club, before the fighting, Laurie and Pierre will initiate them to the powers of the double world. They will remain in Europe to lead the movement spiritually while Laurie will return to the USA to lead the American branch of their movement.



Job:Military in the commandos

History: He was a member of the CRAPS during the first Gulf War and was in Badgad, did not approve the decision of the French army to leave the city and enlisted in the Knights’ Troop. He is in charge of the group based in Sophia-Antipolis.



 Job:Project Manager in the Armaments Industry

History:Former project manager of the electronic belt of Iraq facing the Iranian border, Pierre will have him recruited in the team of Sepp. He will develop the electronic warfare centers of the knights and lead the maneuvers against the NSA.



Job: Protestant theology student in Heidelberg

History: She will be recruited by Laurie and Pierre. She became a pastor and participated in the development of the Eleusis celebrations.

Questions about the role of minorities in power and spiritual development

Through the novel D’Éleusis to Dendérah, the forbidden evolution, the reader will understand why ruling minorities continue to fight against the development of spiritual research, how the powers allowed by initiation to the higher world come to throw down the material military means from the industrial era. Between the monopoly exercised by states over armaments and the free movement of knights and their leaders initiated into higher powers, there is the choice of a new civilization or at least the rediscovery of ancient civilizations among which these higher powers were exercised. How do we reconcile these two worlds, our history? Where is the heart of the answer to our basic need for security? Do we need to minimize violence and maximize social peace? 

All of these items were verified. They have been published by other authors. If the basic idea is specific to the author, the translation of the message, the political, economic and social arguments, borrow from published ideas. It is the collation of these data, the poet’s words, that gives a greater scope to the speech. The poet is not afraid of words. He says things to see beyond the horizon. The assembly of data and the transversal construction of a new knowledge purified of its taboos makes this new organization possible.

The work of the poet consisted in translating the message drawn from his extrasensory experiences using the human knowledge elements available here and there, belonging to the past or emerging today, to better describe the transition from dream to reality and to promote sharing, marriage of cultures, even if it means changing paradigm, breaking systems drowned in their utopias to revive a network organization capable of nourishing the hope that makes the heart of humanity beat.

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Episode 01 The poet’s vigil

dans l’attente de la rencontre avec ses amis. waiting to meet his friends. of Éleusis to Dendérah, the forbidden evolution. Cannes Little by little on the boats, the lanterns lit up. Some garlands positioned the presence of more sumptuous yachts. Many of these lights were directed towards the massive metal mass planted near the shore, […]

Episode 02 Love ecstasy

or meeting with Laurie The club What was pleasing to Pierre that night was the fact that Laurie was the author of the few lines he had noticed in the guest book at Amadeus and Regina. A young woman who with candor and enthusiasm wrote something like what he still remembered: ” what a nice […]

Episode 03 The second meeting

By Friday afternoon around 4:30, the eight had met. Still in the rhythm of their work week completed around 1 pm in Germany as well as in Switzerland or Alsace, they decompressed around the pool telling each other how to find these moments of freedom and rush to the club. Further presentations between the seven […]

Episode 04 Laurie and Tantrism

The meeting in Pirmasens at Laurie and Dan’s. Laurie and Dan lived in Pirmasens in Palatinate. To avoid arousing suspicions with Francoise, Pierre claimed a bicycle training a little more serious than usual to lunch around 11 a.m. and leave Strasbourg around noon. He left the car near Drachenbronn. Radars that can be seen from […]

Episode 05 The Weekend in Baden-Baden

Part 1/3 Carine and Patrick received a simple and warm welcome on Friday afternoon. They had certainly found themselves a little confused in this new setting that reminded them more of their family universe than the club where they had known each other. The chalet was magnificent with its two floors, its wooden balconies with […]

Episode 06 Weekends at Baden-Baden (continued 1)

Part 2/3 Their meeting on the Saturday night It was 6:30 p.m. The group had listened politely to the poet’s last sentence. Frantz looked at his watch. It was time to invite them to a costume rental. Men must wear a jacket or tuxedo to enter the Casino. Rather than rent them at the cash […]

Episode 07 Weekend at Baden-Baden (continued 2)

Part 3/3 The Roman-Irish bath at Friedrichsbad, on Sunday mornings. Seniors 14 and over were surprised by their parents’ invitation. They could see that between the arrival of Friday night and the breakfast of Sunday morning, a formidable atmosphere had been created between their parents. They were happy about it, but to interfere in this […]

Episode 14 The hike to the Great Saint Bernard

Editor’s note: In this new WordPress presentation, putting all 52 episodes back online after having reread them and adapting them from the 1990s to the 2020s will take some time. We prefer to put back online the episodes that were the most read from 2002 to December 2021, the date of the overwriting of our […]

Episode 15 Meeting with Arnim

Ski Hiking at Grand Saint Bernard, the following part 2 The group arrived early, only one elderly man sat on a bench. Anke waved at them to advance toward the choir. She took a prayer book from a small cupboard on the right and showed her friends the seats in the stalls. They sat down […]

Episode 38 The first difficulties.

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