His body was put in the Tower of Magdala, clad in a luxurious robe that adorn maroon brushes, and many of those who passed in front of the coffin, tore them up and carried away with him, as if performing some inexplicable ritual. So what was the source of Sauniere's wealth? What a treasure guarded by Asmodeus? Many researchers believed that the priest found the treasure. If so, what kind was this treasure? Hypotheses are many: the history of the village and the surrounding area suggests that this area was full of graves of jewelry - the result of the fact that Rennes was the northern capital of Visigoth Empire. In this area also settled the Cathars, and it was rumored that they have something of great value (maybe the Holy Grail). It is also possible that the Merovingian King Dagobert II hid in the village of the fruits of their conquests, that would explain why his name is called in the discovered parchments. It also discusses the hypothesis that this is the legendary treasure of the Temple of Jerusalem, and for this reason parchments mention Zion. However, the discovery could become not only the material (in the literal sense of the word) values, many researchers believe that Sauniere was a treasure of a different kind - he allegedly opened a secret that could change the history of the secret of transcendental values. Jewelry, gold and money do not give answers to a number of questions, such as: why Sauniere spoke with secret hermeneutic circles and societies in Paris? Why the Archduke of Hapsburg decided to meet with a simple priest from the mountain village, lost in the Pyrenees? Why did Sauniere wrote above the entrance to the church "This place is terrible"? Why is the Vatican removed him from his post, and then restored? Why a priest hearing confession last Sauniere, refused extreme unction of the dying? That told him Sauniere? What connection with the remains, found in the church? Hypotheses about the only tangible treasure also unable to explain the mystery of Rennes-le-Chateau. And the indispensable question - what is this treasure? Maybe it's a metaphor for other treasures: the remains of the Son of God. As the title of this chapter, Rennes-le-Chateau still keeps its secrets. And although there is still no evidence, one Anglican priest, Alfred Leslie Lilley, claimed that there is evidence that the crucifix was a farce, that back in '45 Jesus was alive and that he was buried in France. A proof of this, he said, are in the church of Rennes-le-Chateau. (Although no one knows what are these notorious proof.) When Sauniere's evidence were in the hands of the Vatican to pay him for his silence, which explains his wealth. As we shall see in the next chapter, these secrets are closely associated with the Holy See.