Berenger Sauniere, an enigmatic priest in the French village of Rennes-le-Chateau, is rumored to have found the legendary treasure of the Cathars. In 1916, Father Sauniere created his ultimate clue: he created a model of a region said to be the Calvary Mount, indicating the Tomb of Jesus. But the region on the model does not resemble the region of Jerusalem. * Did Sauniere leave a clue as to the true location of his treasure? * What is that treasure? * And what became of it? After years of research, Andre Douzet discovered the model, the location of Sauniere's treasure -- and the possible tomb of Jesus; Father Sauniere had never collected the model from the model maker's. Douzet also reveals much more new evidence: * correspondence between Sauniere and the model maker * records of Sauniere's large expenses in Lyons, for exotic, high tech photographic instruments * Sauniere's esoteric, Martinist friends in Lyons * the locale where Douzet has recovered quantities of precious and semi-precious materials * pictures and detailed drawings of Saunieres model.