N A O S
Many people are wondering why we have chosen the name “NAOS”.
The explanation is rather simple and unique.
Many years ago our founder, had an interesting discussion with one of the writers of “Holy blood, Holy Grail” regarding the myth of Rennes-le-Château and the Great Temple.
As stated in the website: Naos is the inner temple of the most ancient religion.
It is true that an ancient Temple or NAOS existed thousands of years ago and it was so big that the human eye can not understand its size, like an ant cannot understand the size of a skytower.
After a huge research concerning the area of Southern France during the 90’s, the founder realized the secret of the San Greal.
In Old French, san graal or san gréal indicates "Holy Grail" and sang réal stands for "royal blood”.
It is indeed the royal blood hidden in the nearby area of Rennes Le Chateau.
Still, we are not talking about hidden bodies (i.e. the pseudo-documentary “Bloodline”) or real blood but rather the Power of History (for more info check the relevant chapter of Typhonia Mysteria).
The ability to remember and feel your origins, to discover the identity of the Temple that was built thousands years ago.
Many would enquire specific information regarding the coordinates of NAOS (temple). This might sound like searching for the exact location of R’lyeh.
Lovecraft claims R'lyeh is located at 47°9′S 126°43′W in the southern Pacific Ocean (Lovecraft, 1928 in “Call of Cthulhu).
The location of R'lyeh given by Lovecraft was 47°9′S 126°43′W in the southern Pacific Ocean. August Derleth placed it at 49°51′S 128°34′W. Both locations are close to the Pacific pole of inaccessibility or "Nemo" point, 48°52.6′S 123°23.6′W, a point in the ocean farthest from any land mass.
Still, by understanding the power of “Noeton”, a Typhonian can use the Lovecraft Mythos for purposes of Greater Magic, which is slightly irrelevant at this point.
We shall not give you the exact coordinates of NAOS, but we can guarantee that you are standing on it.
Terribilis est locus iste: hic domus Dei est, et porta coeli: et vocabitur aula Dei