The Priory of Sion – a European secret society founded in 1099 – is a real organization. In 1975, the French National Library in Paris discovered parchment documents, known as Les Dossiers Secrets (Secret Files) that identified several members of the Priory of Sion, including Sir Isaac Newton, Botticelli, Victor Hugo and Leonardo da Vinci.


The Vatican’s College of Bishops, known as Opus Dei (God’s Work), is a deeply devout Catholic sect and has been the subject of recent controversy due to reports of brainwashing, coercion and a The custom is called “mortification”.

Opus Dei just completed construction on a $47 million headquarters at 243 Lexington Avenue,

New York.

All descriptions of works of art, architecture, documents and secret ceremonies in this novel are authentic.

A code of intellectual subjugation is hidden in the works of LEONARDO DA VINCIN. A desperate race through the cathedrals and castles of Europe.

An astonishing truth hidden for centuries… Finally revealed.

While on business in Paris, Harvard University symbologist Robert Langdon received an urgent phone call late at night. The elderly curator of the Louvre was murdered in the museum, a cryptic code was found near the victim’s body. When Langdon and talented French cryptographer Sphie Neveu decipher these bizarre mysteries, they are stunned to discover a series of clues hidden in Da Vinci’s early works. The clue is obvious for everyone to see but is cleverly disguised by the artist.

The urgency increases when Langdon reveals a startling connection: The late manager joined the Convent of the Jews – a real-life secret organization whose members included Sir Isaac Newton, Bottcelli, Victor Hugo, and Da Vinci. Langdon has a hunch that they are pursuing an astonishing historical secret that has proven over the centuries to be as illuminating as it is dangerous. In a frantic race through Paris and beyond, Langdon and Neveu find themselves up against a powerful, hidden antiques dealer who appears to preempt their every move. Unless they can decode that conundrum, the Abbey’s secret – and a shocking historical truth – will be lost forever.

Breaking the mold of traditional detective novels, The Da Vinci Code is both an outstanding breakthrough, full of intelligence, and intricately layered with remarkable details and discoveries. From the opening pages to the unpredictable and surprising ending, bestselling author Dan Brown proves himself a master storyteller.

The Da Vinci Code is a novel. Moreover, it is also a special novel. Up to this point, The Da Vinci Code by author Dan Brown has held the bestseller position for 132 consecutive weeks in the US, has been translated into 44 languages, more than 36 million copies of the book have been sold and is being made into a movie. . The publishing world began to refer to the book as a masterpiece of all time.

With The Da Vinci Code, author Dan Brown sparked an unprecedented controversy in the history of Western literature: praise and betrayal. The consequences of the book stem from the fact that it fictionalizes too successfully

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