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For Mr. Marrs - What do you think about this new evidence i found?

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posted on Dec, 29 2008 @ 05:57 PM
i noticed that you were in a documentary called Illuminating Angels & Demons

im sorry but i havent actually seen it, internet videos arent playing right now, gotta fix that

but anyways i was searching through the last supper painting by da vinci and i found something rather interesting which is shown here:

Last Supper Secret

since you had some involvement in Dan Browns theories i thought you might be interested

Your opinion will be much appreciated.

posted on Jan, 3 2009 @ 06:59 AM
Howdy Tankthinker,

I have reviewed your presentation on and while I found it highly interesting, I unfortunately found it not fully convincing, just as is the case with most of the material regarding the relationship between Jesus and Mary Magdalene. This is not to say that I totally disagree with you. After all, Leonardo da Vinci has been listed as a Grand Master of the controversial Priory of Sion and undoubtedly had a great knoledge of esoteric and occult matters. I do believe that he was trying to pass along such information in his famous painting The Last Supper. Having visited in the Languedoc region of southern France and even been shown the cave where local tradition claims Mary Magdalene lived after fleeing Palestine with Jesus' children, I think the evidence for a relationship between the two is compelling. For, after all, Jesus was repeatedly called "Rabbi," a title granted only to married men. Furthermore, I find such belief does not greatly interfere with my views of Jesus and I was brought up in a fundamental Christian church. There are critics of the Priory of Sion story who claim the group was nonexistent until the name first appeared publicly in the 1950s. Critics claim the documents first pertaining the Priory were introduced into the French Bibliothèque Nationale in 1967 by Pierre Plantard with the help of a Philippe de Cherisey and a Gerard de Sede. It is claimed that in the 1990s all three Frenchmen admitted they had made up the entire Priory story. However, researchers have found at least one charter for the Ordre de Sion at Orleans from King Louis VII along with a Papal Bull confirming the Order’s possessions dating back to 1178. Some believe many documents pertaining to the Order were destroyed when Orleans was bombed by the Germans in 1940. Furthermore, Plantard made it plain that a decision to go public by Priory masters was rescinded in the light of growing controversy over their long-hidden secrets. If this was the case, it is no wonder that Plantard and the others recanted their story and tried to paint the whole issue as a hoax. Obviously, much further work will have to be done in this controversial area before any definitive truth can be established.

Jim Marrs

posted on Jan, 3 2009 @ 08:37 AM
thanks for replying,

I have always believed in the bloodline theory, and to find something like this myself was a big deal for a believer

but i totally see your point it is not substantial enough to be proof of anything, showing you this was more out of interest then to prove a point. And i hope you found it interesting.

What i cant understand is why no one else has found this, dont they have people to examine these paintings, or maybe they just thought it was nothing.

I just wanted to ask you one more thing: would you agree with this statement-

"the evidence i found is more conclusive then that shown in the Da Vinci Code movie in relation to the Last Supper".

BTW i also found these symbols in the Last Supper painting (if your interested):

posted on Jan, 3 2009 @ 11:58 AM
reply to post by tankthinker

A good book about the subject is "Holy Blood, Holy Grail" by Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh and Henry Lincoln. It was published in 1981, before the book "The Da Vinci Code", and offers an extremely well researched look at the case at hand. It is a long book, and some of the history can be dry, but it is well worth the read.

One can make the argument that if Jesus was a Deity, He would want to experience the full existence of what it is to be human. That would include marrying and having children, one of our fundamentals in life.

posted on Jan, 3 2009 @ 01:02 PM
In the aspect of the supernatural as described of the devine 'holy spirit' conception through the mother Mary of Jesus, than to expect this initial bloodline to even need to be continued is a basic human 'misconception' as a necessity. Advanced science could also possibly duplicate genetic material with sound or light as suggested by a recent experiment with a laser.

The biblical account of the fallen who entered the women may be the same supernaturally as well.

A person who is a host or great host of an entity or 'holy spirit' by whatever means and ability would also most likely not need any particular DNA. This was mentioned of people used as mouthpieces or mediums.

I think we need to rethink these possibilities with present knowledge and understanding of life, science and suggested supernatural 'special effects' and or illusions.

So much of what's mentioned through various books such as the book of Enoch may describe this already. Science and free speach is curently filling in many of the missing pieces or gaps.

Supernatural than being just misunderstood and publicly unknown scientific "sacred" and or dangerous knowledge.

Leonardo Da Vinci was said to have walked a very thin line. He may have also been a host or a great host, possibly by some alien entity like Tesla and Einstein may have been. (not that they actually were)

Even the bible mentions we've been dumbed down. Religion may have just been an excuse and reason to keep this knowledge hidden and scared as if we aren't yet ready for it.


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