One man's journey into the world of the so-called 'Bloodline' conspiracy, at the heart of Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code, where a secret society, the Priory of Sion, claims to have guarded ... See full summary »
One man's journey into the world of the so-called 'Bloodline' conspiracy, at the heart of Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code, where a secret society, the Priory of Sion, claims to have guarded evidence of the marriage of Mary Magdalene and Jesus Christ, their children and their descendants down through the centuries. Written by
In 2012, Ben Hammott (real name Bill Wilkinson) confessed that his discovery of a tomb and related artifacts was all a hoax, revealing that the actual tomb was part of a full sized set located in a warehouse in England. See more »
Must See Da Vinci Code - documentary with a conspiracy twist
I watched the movie DaVinci Code. It was long and boring. However this documentary DaVinci code, whether you believe it or not, has a strange conspiracy while making the movie and makes it all the more intriguing watch. Coverups, strange death of Lord Lichfield before getting interview for this movie, infiltration of the Roman Catholic Church into CIA, and Masonic Lodges, strange man who gave notes to a Priori Scion to shut up (which he did), the going to the location where the "original secret parchment" relating to the Bloodline of Jesus, makes an intriguing Spy vs. Spy type of movie. Mind you, I am not a Christian, have little interests in DaVinci Code or even another DaVinci code movie, got me really up and running as is this documentary is done with the intrigues of a real movie. What makes it so interesting is it's suppose to be a documentary with conspiracy background makes it all too intriguing. A must see movie, for both the skeptics and believers alike.
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