Exactly. I didn't buy into the Jesus had a child, he came to France, etc. stuff, but the reports on the other Gospels and the new realizations about Mary Magdalaine. I didn't buy the "wife," but that certainly did look like a woman in the DiVinchi painting. Also, forget the castle stuff,, but what was that about the documents that listed DiVinchi, Victor Hugo and Michaelanglo as head of some gnostic society?
posted on 11/03/2003 8:25:29 PM PST
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To: MindBender26; drstevej
The "society" they all belonged to had nothing to do with Jesus Christ.
posted on 11/03/2003 8:29:15 PM PST
by Dr. Eckleburg
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If Da vinci was a homosexual, that woule explain something about the figure of "John".
posted on 11/03/2003 8:31:35 PM PST
Forgeries more than likely. Like the Donation of Constantine turned out to be. Or an real text of that time but backed by imagination or genuine belief in the myth by the author. Sort of like UFO book authors make connections based on hope rather than fact. As for the boyish figure looking like a girl--well DiVinchi found prepubescent boys to be attractive (as was the style at that time).
posted on 11/03/2003 8:37:13 PM PST
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