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Aliens, Vampires, and The Da Vinci Code
By Judy A. Kennedy   
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Last edited: Saturday, May 27, 2006
Posted: Saturday, May 27, 2006

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The story before The Da Vinci Code might be as important as the story itself.

In this article, Judy Kennedy explores the little known connection of aliens and vampires to The Da Vinci Code.  While most critics agree that the book is a thrilling confluence of fact and fiction, many argue over which part is fact and which is fiction.  Nevertheless, both book and movie neglect to mention the ancient origin of the bloodline of the Holy Grail and why it was considered royal to begin with.  To start with Jesus and Mary is missing half the story.  The other half has been buried in the forbidden history and archeology of the previous millennium.   That Jesus and Mary have an ancestral connection to extraterrestrials and vampires might seem even more bizarre than the initial controversy, but historical evidence supports it.  Therefore, the story before The Da Vinci Code might be as important as the story itself.  Take a look at this fascinating article and decide for yourself:

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Reviewed by Sharon Briscoe 6/28/2008
Reviewed by Rick Lodewell 1/23/2008
Excellent article. Very well done, and fascinating.

Reviewed by Willie Maartens 1/9/2008
This is an incredible article - true or not. Thoroughly enjoyable, very instructive, and extremely well-written. Willie
Reviewed by Kathryn Seifert 7/21/2007
What an interesting article! Very well done. I am sure a lot of people will disagree, but isn't that what writing is for - to make us think, to share new ideas, to help us see things from another perspective?

Have you read The Gospel according to Mary (Magdaline)? She teaches the other disciples how spiritual wisdom comes from within and that God is in all of us, we only need to communicate with the Godly spirit within us.

Thanks so much,
Reviewed by . ignis 1/22/2007
A perceptive and eloquently expressed explanation of mankind's history, much of which is kept away from the public eye for reasons also explained in this account. Apart from being informative and chronolically enlightening, I found your conclusion to be flooded with wisdom and compassion. The knowledge you write about is there for those who are prepared to break loose from many centuries of induced conditioning, mostly dealing with fragments of it - the annunaki / nephilim, holy grail / merovingian bloodline, star fire / orme etc., but you have succeeded in providing the reader and overview from which a coherent vision can be constructed. I applaude your effort that results from deep wisdom. I truly enjoyed being on this page to read your views, which I believe to be correct. Thank you for creating and sharing. Take care,


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