The True Story of “The Da Vinci Code” 3: The Legend of the Holy Grail, the 1st Half (Extra-ordinary Lecture Series on Religion)


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The True Story of “The Da Vinci Code” 3: The Legend of the Holy Grail, the 1st Half (Extra-ordinary Lecture Series on Religion)

We enter the most essential part of the riddle of da Vinci’s painting and will again supplement what lacks in The Da Vinci Code’s accounts with the use of some other materials.

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This time, we enter the most essential part of the riddle of da Vinci’s painting as it is described in the latter half of the original novel The Da Vinci Code.

The “Holy Grail” is generally accepted as the vessel of the Last Supper, or as the receptacle of Jesus’ Holy Blood. By contrast, according to Dun Brown’s belief, the actual Holy Grail was not a physical chalice, but instead, it was a woman who carried the bloodline of the Christ: Maria Magdalene had been in holy marriage with Jesus. He holds that the Priory of Sion has been the protector of the bloodline of Mary Magdalene and Jesus, even though Pierre Plantard dismissed his own stories about the Priory of Sion as false and irrelevant.

For our part, we will again supplement what lacks in The Da Vinci Code’s accounts with the use of some other materials.

1. The Marital Relationship of Jesus and Mary Magdalene (00:00:00)

According to Dun Brown, The Last Supper represents the marital relationship of Jesus and Mary Magdalene, the character besides him. First, we will review some related documents and check the validity of this hypothesis.

2. The Holy Bloodline of Jesus (00:16:08)

Then, let’s examine Dun Brown’s central assertion: The holy bloodline of Jesus exists. According to his novel, the Priory of Sion protects this bloodline.

3. The Legend of the Holy Grail (00:21:30)

Some points of the legend of the Holy Grail are explained here. In what relation would the Knights Templar and the Cathars have stood to each other? A linkage between the Knights Templar and the Jewish mysticism is also discussed.

4. The Bloodline of the Davidic Dynasty (00:28:55)

In the last lecture, I already explained how I see the perspective picture of The Da Vinci Code. In my hypothesis, the Rosicrucianism emerged from the heretic background such as the Priory of Sion and the Knights Templar; then, the Freemasonry sprang from the same lineage, the Rosicrucianism in particluar.
While The Da Vinci Code claims that Godfroy de Bouillon was at once a descendent of Jesus and the founder of the Knights Templar, there is an alternative theory to this assertion. The bloodline from David through Mary Magdalene to the Merovingians will be re-examined.

5. The Hieros Gamos represented by “Mona Lisa” (00:38:57)

In the previous lecture, I also pointed out that the sacred marriage (Hieros Gamos) is the key to solve the riddle of da Vinci’s paintings. Now, regarding The Mona Lisa and other works, let’s review this point by using some documents.

6. The Mysteries Handed Down by Saint John the Baptist (00:47:29)

It was Saint John the Baptist that handed down the mysteries of Hieros Gamos to Jesus. However, a ritual remarkably similar to the baptism (often regarded as his invention) had already been practiced in the ancient Egyptian mystery religion of Isis, too. Then, what does the baptism originally represent?
Here, I would like to add another question: In what relation did Simon the Magician stand to Saint John the Baptist? Simon was a man repudiated thoroughly by the Roman Catholic Church for practicing black and sexual magic rituals.

Some related points to consider in addressing this issue:
・What do Mona Lisa and Mary of Bethany have in common?
・How should we understand the origin of the Hieros Gamos?
・Some alchemical thoughts are concealed in da Vinci’s paintings.

End (01:00:27)

References

  • The Da Vinci Code, Dun Brown.
  • The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail, M. Baigent, R. Leigh, H. Lincoln.
  • The Templar Revelation, L. Picknett, C.Prince.
  • Secrets of the Code, Dan Burstein.
  • Alchemy & Mysticism: The Hermetic Museum, Alexander Roob.
  • Bloodlines of the illuminati, Fritz Springmeier.
  • Mona Lisa o toku [Solving the Riddle of Mona Lisa], Naotake Syuto, Sangokan.
  • Da Vinci no ango [Secret Codes of da Vinci], Kiyoshi Tanabe, Takarajimasya.
  • Shukan bijyutsukan Leonardo da Vinci, Shogakukan.
  • The Virgin of the Rocks by Leonardo da Vinci, in the Louvre Museum, Paris.
  • The Virgin of the Rocks by Leonardo da Vinci, in the National Gallery, London.
  • The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci, in the Santa Maria Delle Gravie, Milan.

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