Pic de Bugarach - (Lemuria Courier): The alien astral projection facility hidden deep inside the rocky Pyrennean outcrop was first unearthed by the Nazis during World War II.
This week the area was reported to be teeming with thousands of New Age nutters, menacing locals and generally frightening wildlife with their extreme vegan-inspired wingnut psychoses.
Their website claims evidence that for centuries the Nazi-discovered alien phenomenon was used as an initiation platform for popes, holy Roman emperors and various prophetic visionaries such as Nostradamus.
Leonardo Da Vinci himself is rumored to have used the surrounding Pyrennean landscape for his famous depiction of the Mona Lisa.
The rocky tors in his painting abound with sacred geometry sites such as Rennes le Chateau and its sister town of Rennes Les Bains.
Historians have also argued that the Pic de Bugarach mountain is diametrically aligned to the Fauteil du Diable - the Devil's Armchair rock formation.
This is situated some 15 miles east and allegedly hides the final resting place of St John The Baptist.
Superb disinformation work by Dan Brown and other conspiracy nutters has all but destroyed much evidence that The Baptist was married to Saint Mary Magdalene.
A magnificent shrine to her was built in the 19th century at nearby Rennes le Chateau by a Priory of Sion priest Mgr Bérenger Saunière.
During World War II myriad pre-Atlantean artefucts were looted from the Rennes site and sold off by the SS to fund their world domination effort.
Some of these are now still held in classified storage under the Pentagon, guarded 24/7 by an elite armed platoon.
Post WWII visits to Pic de Bugarach were reportedly made by 'a very paranoid' French President Francois Mitterand as well as by elite Mossad snatch squads, the KGB and P2 Lodge pals of Pope Karol Wojtyla.
NATO archives mention initial military suspicions about a long-lost advanced civilization at Bugarach which once harboured a legendary astral projection machine at the site.
Geologists say the 1230 metre peak is one of the tallest points in the Corbières hills and is something of an anomaly as its apex 'is several millions of years older' than its base.
Previous speculation includes NASA theories that the mountain top is the result of a meteor smash containing a 50 million year-old alien craft - whose astral projection launcher is the only surviving part.
Yesterday's Winter solstice and total lunar eclipse saw Bugarach shrouded in snow as New Age revellers sheltered in the labyrinthine cave complex at the mountain base.
Locals say these visitors 'probably have enough weed until Christmas' and will most likely move on to nearby Carcassonne once their supplies run out.