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Inside DaVinci

As mentioned in my initial post here on Daily Grail version II, TDG is now just one piece of a larger concept which we call DUAT. Let me introduce you to another facet of what we are doing: Inside the DaVinci Code. This website contains information regarding Simon Cox’s new book CRACKING THE DAVINCI CODE (Amazon UK or Barnes & Noble), as well as a DVD that we are producing called INSIDE THE DAVINCI CODE.

The DVD, which is now available for pre-order for delivery from May 28th, will give a unique insight into some of the stunning backdrops used by Dan Brown in THE DAVINCI CODE – St Sulpice, the Louvre, Rosslyn Chapel, as well as the enigmatic village of Rennes le Chateau. Also included will be interviews with researchers and experts concerning some of the ‘facts’ in Brown’s novel.

The website also features a forum to discuss the topics – from Rennes and the Priory of Sion, to the gnostic gospels and the divinity (or not, as the case may be!) of Jesus. Please do register and join in the chat – all we ask is that you treat all other members with respect.

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  1. my 2 cents
    Looks like your first post to those forums came from A Certain Someone, Greg. Also notice that it’s now gone.

    I was tempted to rejoin Duat-TDG under semi-anonymity, but then I decided not to emulate that man’s tactics.

    My main issue with ACS has been more about his lack of respect for other people (and I’m not even counting the dead, who are less important) than his opinions, some of which I even agree with.

    I’m going to be posting here and probably on that forum, only partially to shamelessly associate myself with YANO TDVC expose book, Secrets of the Code.

    Dunno if I am welcome back or not, but here I am, and as always simply boggled by the things Jameske is able to pull together every week. I thought I surfed for news maniacally, but he puts me to shame.

    Steven Mizrach
    Academic, Pop Culture Junkie, Grail Recycler

    1. Welcome back
      Hi Steve,

      It’s great to have you back, you’re more than welcome. Please do make regular appearances over at the DaVinci forums as well, I think we could really grow it into an area that covers all those mysteries we’re so interested in, while dividing them into some logical areas (I know you’d probably like extra sub-topics like ‘Surrealism’ etc, but we can’t be too specialised). 😉

      The certain someone you mention has been informed of the rules I will be enforcing on that forum (for all, not just him).

      Jameske rocks. As does Rich, who at one point recently sent 60 or so news briefs in one day. And Bill continually pulls up stuff that I completely missed on the Thursday. I’m the lamer of the lot. 🙂

      Peace and Respect
      Greg

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      You monkeys only think you’re running things

  2. Da Vinci Code
    Hi Greg and Gang.

    I’ve missed you all enormously, so welcome back.

    Simon published my “Pyramids of Scotland” article in Duat #1 (simultaneously published in Atlantis Rising #35). I am glad to see that the fine magazine has resurrected itself.

    My latest article, “A Crack in the da Vinci Code,” is running in the current issue of Atlantis Rising (#45). The issue is available at select newsstands and bookstores, or as a freely downloadable PDF file at http://www.atlantisrising.com.

    My previous articles can be read on my website at http://www.mythomorph.com .

    The article’s titles are as follows:

    • Reader of the Lost Stone
    • The Mystery of Bannockburn
    • The Star-Spangled Banner
    • The Pyramids of Scotland
    • Secrets of Rosslyn Chapel
    • Joan of Arc Revealed

    Thanks for coming back to us!

    Jeff Nisbet

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