If you want to see the white cube that is hiding
look at this
Jerôme Choloux picture taken on January 17 http://www.rennes-le-chateau-rhedae.com/rlc/chl/dallage.jpgIn the Southern Jourisdiction of the Scottish Rites the Thirteenth Degree relates to what is called the Royal Arch of Enoch (as in an arch supported by two columns). In this Enoch legend he is instructed to excavate nine chambers featuring nine arches and to hide a white cube bearing a golden triangle inscribed with the name of God. Instead of dealing with the soul's journey alone (as Metatron's Cube appears to) this legend deals with the history of the World/Universe. In Enoch's myth, the cube represents materiality in general (Shekinah), and the golden traingle represents the divine spark inherent in everything. (see Alchemy, Hasidism etc.) The lowest of the nine arcs (ark, arch) in this scheme is the earth. This is the Shekinah story again.
Saint Germaines White cubes and golden triangle
The church was originally founded by Childebert to house a relic of the True Cross brought from Spain in 542.
For a time, the abbey was a pantheon for Merovingian kings
The Benedictine Abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, just beyond the outskirts of early medieval Paris, was the burial place of Merovingian kings of Neustria.
The Abbey was founded in the 6th century by the son of Clovis I, Childebert I (ruled 511–558). Under royal patronage the Abbey became one of the richest in France; it housed an important scriptorium in the eleventh century and remained a center of intellectual life in the French Catholic church until it was disbanded during the French Revolution
Pierre de Montereau is buried at Saint Germaine
He was creator of Sainte Chapelle Saint Denis Saint Germaine and Notre Dame ParisHis epitaph was engraved on the tomb and gave his title as "doctor lathomorum" ("teacher of masons" or "Doctor of Masons"
The Scottish Douglas's are buried there
Sir James Douglas, 1st Lord Mordington (died February 11, 1656) was the second son of William Douglas, 10th Earl of Angus by his spouse Elizabeth, daughter of Laurence Oliphant, 4th Lord Oliphant. He was created, by King Charles I, a Lord of Parliament on November 14, 1641 as Lord Mordington.