Cracking the Symbol Code

Cracking the Symbol Code

The Hidden Message Within Church and Renaissance Art

Book - 2005
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The Truth about "hidden symbolism" is far more fascinating than fiction. Cracking the symbol Code reveals a tempestuous story of plot and intrigue of corrupted power and valiant heroism of disinformation betrayal and chivalry. It provides an intriguing insight into an alternative historical narrative. Those who write history, make history. But the tenacious proponents of a different story found a way to write their own version of historical events: they encoded it in symbolism secretly hidden in the very works of art that were commissioned by their enemies, the established Church. The two Christian story - what really happened - told by those whose were outlawed by the orthodox Church. A Story bidden ;in secret codes and symbolism to preserve the truth for generations to come, Why the Knights Templar and the Freemasons were persecuted for their faith - as part of the brotherhood dedicated to preserving a truth unpalatable to the corrupt medieval Church. The ingenious and judicious ways men of letters and intellect found to communicate their knowledge and discoveries - at a time when science was considered heresy, Arcane secrets buried within sacred architecture - from the magnificent cathedrals of Chartres. Rheims and Amiens to the mysterious Rosslyn Chapel in Scotland and the enigmatic village of Rennes-le-Château. This book will inspire you to search nut artefacts paintings and architecture deeipher the hidden codes and experience the almost mystical sensation of discovering the secret messages meant for us and our descendants as much as far the artists contemporaries. Book jacket.
Publisher: London : c2005
ISBN: 9781842931592
1842931598
Branch Call Number: ANF 704.9482 WALL
Characteristics: ix, 309 p. : ill. (some col.), ports. ; 24 cm

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