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The Poussin Enigma


By early 1998 Enzo Fardone had completed his manuscript, which was forwarded to a publisher in London the very same publisher of The Da Vinci Code. In 2004 after reading Dan Browns The Da Vinci Code, Enzo discovered to his surprise that many of the elements were similar to those in his own manuscript. Duly concerned, he put his case forward via the media, including the TV program Today Tonight. This started the plagiarising controversy that since then simply will not go away!

Skilfully combining factual theological principles with a magical flair for story-telling, Enzo Fardone presents us with a powerful and hard-hitting novel that leaves the reader with a deep vein of rich spiritual knowledge. He challenges existing religious dogmas and precepts by sifting through the veils of historically inaccurate information. John Sinclair, the central character, takes the reader on a spiritual journey through the South of France, and explains the purpose of initiation into the Mysteries of the Holy Grail and the symbolism of alchemy. Secrets are revealed of the treasure of Rennes-Le-Château and the Masonic and Rosicrucian connections. It is an adventure of initiation and a search for the treasure of the Cathars and the Holy Grail. What are the codes hidden in the famous painting by Nicholas Poussin The Shepherds of Arcadia and where is the body of Christ buried?

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