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The Code inside the "Da Vinci Code"

For my English readers...

I've just published a book in Portugal about a secret code inside the Da Vinci Code. It's the first book that goes far further than any other related work about Dan Brown's writings.

I'm an investigative journalist and I searched for an answer to the logical question: did Dan Brown - despite his book's description of "codes inside codes" and hidden messages in works of art - find himself lured by that obvious temptation to insert his own code and message inside the Da Vinci Code?

The answer is yes!

And I believe I have found it!

The result of my analysis into Dan Brown's bestseller is set out in fictional form in my book about two "Village Voice" journalists; they are contacted by a mysterious Portuguese teacher, who inspires them to discover the hidden message inside the Da Vinci Code...

Now, for some clues, just think about this:

Portugal is mentioned in chapter 5, during bishop Aringarosa's aeroplane journey from New York to Rome. Very few Portuguese know today that a possible origin for their country's name is "Port du Graal" - "The Port of the Grail"...

Being Portuguese, this was my first clue...

In chapter 10, there's a second reference to the bishop's aircraft journey, just telling us that his flight number is 1618, which is the "Divine Proportion" number (explained in chapter 20, double of 10).

Later, in chapter 22, there is a third and final mention of this plane trip, when the bishop arrives at Leonardo da Vinci airport in Rome - of course "Da Vinci" is the name of the code...

Now, what do you discover when you add these three chapter numbers together?

Chapter 37... Read the last word of this chapter and see where this plane journey has taken you to...

Read chapter 37 and look for the other alternative places where the Knights Templar might have sought refuge...

Check out what the authors of the "Holy Blood Holy Grail" said about this !!! ...

1 Comentários:

Anonymous justpassingby... disse...

Wow!

29 maio, 2006  

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