Press coverage included illustrated six-page articles by Sophie Giagoni in the September 2014 issue of Art et Dcoration and by Vronique Dumas in the September-October number of Historia Spcial as well as a two-page item by Cecile Jaurs in the Paris daily La Croix of September 19, 2014. The counter from Flag was added to the Racine de Monville Home Page on April 6, 2011.
He has collaborated with people from all around the world in various projects.
LIsle de France, ou la nouvelle colonie de Vnus, by Abb Marchadier (1709-1777), published in 1753, is bound with Les Filles femmes et les femmes filles, ou le Monde chang, conte qui n'en est pas un by Simien [pseudonym of Louis de Boissy], published in 1751. The rectanglar portfolio (24.5 cm by 33 cm) is in gilded red morocco and bears two coats of arms, neither of which is that of Monville. Racine de Monville." This portfolio is one of the few personal items belonging to Monsieur de Monville that have survived over the years. A blog, twicemodern~All Aspects of Design 1900-2000, reproduced an article by architect, decorator and horticulturist Jean-Charles Moreux [1889-1956], entitled "Le Dsert de M.
Octavo, red morocco leather, gold-tipped pages, supralibros Racine Demonville stamped in gold on the front cover. Louis de Boissy (1694-1758) was a satirical poet, a playwright, a newspaper editor and a member of the Acadmie Franaise. The Dsert de Retz was open to the public on September 14 and 15 from AM to PM as part of the annual European Heritage Days [Journes europenes du patrimoine] and welcomed a total of 1,250 visitors. de Monville," originally published in L'Amour de L'Art, Number 3, in April 1938, with monochrome illustrations of the Dsert de Retz by photographer and historian Raymond Lcuyer [1879-1950].
As they watch the vibration propagate, they will also see the affect that the vibration has on other levels, as it is propagated into the ethereal and astral planes from the physical planes.
Such is the nature of a totally connected human being with fully operational DNA!