Week 21 brings us the Lost Configuration
THE LOST CONFIGURATION
"The Innocence Puzzle"
"The Ancient French Box of Eternity"
Art and written research by Anna Lovatt
In September of 2007, Pyramid-Gallery was notified of a strange internet conversation between two video file sharers which pertained to our ongoing investigations into the puzzle box creations of Philip LeMarchand.
The on-line discussion centered around a few videos leaked from an 1986 experiment performed by The Rockefeller Foundation. All of the videos feature information on a previously unknown LeMarchand puzzle box:
Pyramid-Gallery research agents managed to contact Stulak in regards to this mysterious research. Stulak's reply was received on September 28th, 2007:
Berne, 28 Sept.
Merci pour votre gentil message, je suis très content de trouver d'autres personnes qui ont un interêt pour cette sorte d'artéfact. Je peux vous envoyer une copie du document que j'ai filmé pour FJresearcher.
Je suis à votre disposition pour répondre ce que je peux.
Which roughly translates in English:
Thanks for your kind message, I am very happy to find other people interested in this kind of artifact.
I am at your disposition to answer what I can.
Information found in the document has lead our staff to identify a possible connection to one Dr. Alain Stulak, a noted doctor of psychology, linked to the Rockefeller Foundation. His major field of study was that of ancient religious practice and it's basis in psychology. Dr Stulak was reported missing and presumed dead in the late 1980s. Most of his research is now classified under the U.S. Freedom of Information Act. It is assumed that the video file sharer by the name of Stulak is most probably Dr. Alain Stulak's wife, or perhaps one of his children.
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