This is a translation from the original french document which you may download on the right.
Holy Father, I saw among the Babongo, the Pygmies of southern Gabon in Apindji country and Tsogho country, the Bantu people of this region, very white and very blond white people come out of the trees and plants in the Gabonese forest. During the full moon at 3:00 a.m. to celebrate, dance and sing the worship of Bwiti. One of their number looked at me and said "Bwiti is God".
There were thousands of them in the forest, dancing with Pygmies, the cult of God they called Bwiti. Both inside and outside the temple, fire was the master of ceremony. I saw a young, blond, white man who came up to me and said, "Do you know why fire is the master of Bwiti? I replied, "No, I don't," and he said, "Fire is master in Bwiti because it is God, the sun, the father of all things and life." Then I asked him, "Why do you eat and worship the roots of this shrub, and what is its name? He replied, "This shrub is called 'Iboga' and it represents the sacred body of the Son of Man, God 'Yah'". "And look at that big tree over there, which sprouted from the drops of God's blood and represents the blood of his son? What do you call it?" I asked him, and he replied: "It's called the Kevazingo, and it's a lunar tree which also represents a woman's menstruation
I saw all the white and pygmy women rubbing red kaolin from this tree. Then the young man told me this story: God gave Bwiti and Iboga to the Pygmies, who in turn gave them to the Apindji. Having acquired it, they taught it to the Tsogo, who in turn taught it to the Omyènè, who passed it onto the Chamitic people from the land of Couche and Nubia. And among the Fang, the cult of Bwiti, God, gave rise to the cult of Ombwiri, also known as Anenghé, transcendence, which is the cult of the Holy Spirit, God's active force and God's spouse Joa Maria.
After my operation on Gabonese soil, I set off on my boat to explore the Gabonese Sea, where I lost my soul. I discovered wonders beneath the waters of the Gabonese Sea, wonders unique in the world. Then I saw a Dutch ship in the depths of the Gabon Sea. I visited the ship laden with Dutch goods and bones stranded in the heart of the unexplored sea, unknown to the world. A little further from the ship, I saw gold and treasure buried in one of the caves, a cave the size of Caledonia, guarded by a dragon-serpent with a red dot on its forehead. A green dragon, covered by a yellow-green plant that was surrounded by a diamond. The sight of the yellow-green plant and the diamond reflected the colors of Gabon's national flag. Being so scared, I climbed out of the water. As night fell, I dived back in to explore the cave and saw before my eyes the dragon transform into a powerful “Siroi”. A mermaid (male) who had the power to open the doors of space and travel out into the universe whenever he wished beneath the waters of the Atlantic through his cave and the transdimensional doors.
The mighty “Siroi" saw me and slapped his tail on my camera. He grabbed me and took me to other dimensions to see the things that I cannot mention in this letter and that my tongue will never be able to utter. Then he carved my name on a stone. And when I looked, I saw the date on which I was going to die because my eyes and my ears had already seen too much and heard too much. The powerful “Siroi” wore a pure gold medallion on which was written "Gabon” and above the inscription there was a crown placed on a terrestrial globe.
After all that, he let me go back to my family, to whom I had to lie by telling them that my camera had suffered an impact and that it had broken. The life of the French filmmaker and oceanographer ended there. My soul remained in Gabon and my body here, in France, where I was buried. Holy father, pray for my soul which, apart from the wonders it experiences, also experiences the abominable things of this small country, the first power in the world in its occult side, and in its innumerable mysteries neglected by the world. Spirituality is at the heart of Gabonese waters and forests. This is the spirituality for the world where God and his people still manifest themselves as he once was in thought, word and action. May UNESCO and the Vatican protect Gabon against oppressors and their evil practices on this land blessed by God! May the Vatican and the world forever pray for this little country; may the Blessed Virgin Mary cherish it so that it remains the cradle of human and inhuman, natural and supernatural, rational and irrational knowledge.