What Da Vinci Really Didn't Want You to Know: The Jesus Conspiracy

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AuthorHouse, Oct 1, 2009 - Body, Mind & Spirit
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Leonardo Da Vinci, a prankster and genius, is widely believed to have hidden secret messages within much of his artwork. And it is alleged he was a loyal follower of John the Baptist (called Johnnites), who believed that Jesus did not die on the cross. Johnnites, like the later Knight Templars, venerated John the Baptist rather than, Jesus Christ. Doesn't matter if you believe Da Vinci was a Johnnite or not, early Christians had varying views about Jesus and about the nature of his death and resurrection. With the discovery of The Lost Gospel of Judas Iscariot, which suggest a conspiracy of epic proportions, that Jesus may have faked his death, has re-opened the discussion of this age old idea. Are there any clues in the current Bible that speak to this great controversy? This book, much like a crime investigator, explores this idea to its shocking conclusion. Let's explore it together - with an open mind, and prepare to be stunned.

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