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The elephant of Paris

The elephant of Paris

Localization: Paris - France.

Destination: P‚hry.

Discovered by: Christian Ramette.

Ferryman: No.

Status: Closed.

Means: Passage.

Notes:

   The various assumptions of Passage places are not all recent. If it is true that the majority of them are revealed nowadays because the knowledge of the obscure continent is growing, other assumptions are older.

  That of the elephants of Paris illustrates this case of figure. It is acted in fact of an old engraving drawn from a book on architecture from Paris to XVIIIth century. This engraving very clearly shows a hollow elephant inside of which would be dissimulated a kind of driving labyrinth towards a mysterious and unknown exit.

  The link with the elephant of the city of P‚hry is of course from the start obvious. And if, from each side of the two worlds, starting from the towns of Paris and P‚hry, one had built Passage places of all parts to go from one world to the other. That would explain the sudden passion for these statues on the obscure continent side.

  However, it seems well that these projects were never realised on the clear side. No old construction of this type currently exists in Paris. The will of certain authorities to dissimulate the existence of the obscure continent is not only a will of today...