Patrice Chaplin - Life and Death of Modigliani and The Pyrenean Portal

Hour 1: Life and Death of Modigliani: “Death Makes The Market”; Patrice Chaplin’s Background; Sartre; Jean Genet; Salvador Dali; Michael Chaplin; Jean Cocteau; “Siesta” - movie based on Patrice’s book; Secret society in Girona; the validity of keeping secrets; initiation of famous people into occult orders; Nexus Rurik
Hour 2: Modigliani links to esotericism; spiritual guides; purpose of initiation; The Portal; spiritual path in the Pyrenees; The Stone Cradle; portals around the world: Gramercy Park, Primrose Hill, Marylebone; Beauty of Girona; “The House of the French Lady”; Asmodeus statue at Rennes-le-Chateau; The Unborn Messiah; The Child of Light; Otto Rahn; 

Patrice Chaplin is an internationally renowned playwright and author who has published more than 27 books, plays, and short stories. Her most notable works include Albany Park, Siesta - which was made into a film starring Jodi Foster and Isabella Rossellini - Into the Darkness Laughing, Hidden Star, Night Fishing, and Death Trap.

As a Bohemian in Paris during the 1950s and 60s, she spent time with Jean Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir. Married to Charlie Chaplin's son Michael and living and working in Hollywood, she was friends with everyone from Lauren Bacall and Miles Davis, to Salvador Dali and Jean Cocteau, who gave her a starring role in one of his films.

Today, Chaplin finds herself thrown deep into the Grail culture, and at the heart of a raging new controversy about the reality of the Rennes-le-Château mystery.

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