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  • Nor was it due to the mysterious interpretations attributed her by many art historians and conspiracy buffs.
  • And the conspiracies kept coming.
  • He wondered if Fache had any idea that this pyramid, at President Mitterrand’s explicit demand, had been constructed of exactly 666 panes of glass—a bizarre request that had always been a hot topic among conspiracy buffs who claimed 666 was the number of Satan.
  • Everyone loves a conspiracy.
  • Conspiracy theorists will tell you it stands for Matrimonio or Mary Magdalene.
  • Nowadays, Langdon hesitated even to mention the Knights Templar while lecturing because it invariably led to a barrage of convoluted inquiries into assorted conspiracy theories.
  • Everyone loves a conspiracy.

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  • discovered a conspiracy to overthrow the government
  • inclined to believe conspiracy theories

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