She was the womb that bore the lineage, and the vine from which the sacred fruit sprang forth!
And that Mary Magdalene was the womb that carried His royal lineage.
Remember that Magdalene’s child belonged to the lineage of Jewish kings—David and Solomon.
Christ’s lineage was in perpetual danger.
Fortunately, Dagobert’s son, Sigisbert, secretly escaped the attack and carried on the lineage, which later included Godefroi de Bouillon—founder of the Priory of Sion.
Nonetheless, Christ’s line grew quietly under cover in France until making a bold move in the fifth century, when it intermarried with French royal blood and created a lineage known as the Merovingian bloodline.
The early Church feared that if the lineage were permitted to grow, the secret of Jesus and Magdalene would eventually surface and challenge the fundamental Catholic doctrine—that of a divine Messiah who did not consort with women or engage in sexual union.
ROSLIN This ancient spelling, Langdon explained to Sophie, derived from the Rose Line meridian on which the chapel sat; or, as Grail academics preferred to believe, from the "Line of Rose"—the ancestral lineage of Mary Magdalene.
There are no more uses of "lineage" in the book.
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That form of cancer is traced back many generations in her lineage.