Aus Der Box Skeptisch, on 26 January 2013 - 02:39 AM, said:
Fun fiction that's all. By your measure Peter pan must be true because it is one of the most popular children's stories in history. Does that mean if I fallow the third star to the right ill find a place where I'll never again age? Fountain of youth anyone? Here's your map.
I kid a bit with you. I enjoyed Dan browns story but to assume historical accuracy based on false equals fact is going a bit out there.
In plain words ...he wants to be a successful
A bit more than fun fiction I would suggest. The point about the position of Rosslyn is true and it would be reasonable to conclude that Dan Brown knows full well that Rosslyn Chapel is not on the north south meridian of Glastonbury. He may also be aware that Rosslyn can be located very accurately by the means of two very well established ley lines in southern Britain which have been known about for years and we are back to ancient landscape geometry. Rosslyn chapel is a bit of a mystery site, and has been from long before Dan Brown put pen to paper, with strong Masonic links and some believe to the Knights Templar with the concept of the Holy Grail. This 'Holy Grail' Dan Brown links to Mary of Magdala and her role in the life of Christ. The bible and other very ancient texts tell us that Mary of Magdala was the messenger, companion and confidant of Jesus. Dan Brown indiates that she was his wife and mother of his child and there is a current controversy that Jesus may indeed have been married acccording to another ancient text extract now being investigated. I would suggest that all this is rather different and of more importance than Peter Pan. Of course Dan Brown's following book is about... Freemasonry. But if you want to believe that Dan Brown is just a successful author with no 'secret agenda' that is your privilege.