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  • Literally, the very center of the Jewish faith.
  • As a descendant of the lines of King Solomon and King David, Jesus possessed a rightful claim to the throne of the King of the Jews.
  • A descendant of King Solomon—King of the Jews.
  • For this reason, the Jews in France considered Magdalene sacred royalty and revered her as the progenitor of the royal line of kings.
  • "Originally," Langdon said, "Christianity honored the Jewish Sabbath of Saturday, but Constantine shifted it to coincide with the pagan’s veneration day of the sun."
  • According to Jewish custom, celibacy was condemned, and the obligation for a Jewish father was to find a suitable wife for his son.
  • According to Jewish custom, celibacy was condemned, and the obligation for a Jewish father was to find a suitable wife for his son.
  • There she found safe refuge in the Jewish community.
  • Magdalene’s and Sarah’s lives were scrutinously chronicled by their Jewish protectors.
  • Remember that Magdalene’s child belonged to the lineage of Jewish kings—David and Solomon.
  • If you and I could dig up documentation that contradicted the holy stories of Islamic belief, Judaic belief, Buddhist belief, pagan belief, should we do that?
  • Early Jews believed that the Holy of Holies in Solomon’s Temple housed not only God but also His powerful female equal, Shekinah.
  • A common form of Jewish cryptogram, the Atbash Cipher was a simple substitution code based on the twenty-two-letter Hebrew alphabet.
  • Jewish scholars and mystics are still finding hidden meanings using Atbash.
  • Langdon’s Jewish students always looked flabbergasted when he first told them that the early Jewish tradition involved ritualistic sex.
  • Langdon’s Jewish students always looked flabbergasted when he first told them that the early Jewish tradition involved ritualistic sex.
  • Built by the Knights Templar in 1446, the chapel is engraved with a mind-boggling array of symbols from the Jewish, Christian, Egyptian, Masonic, and pagan traditions.
  • The Jewish tetragrammaton YHWH—the sacred name of God—in fact derived from Jehovah, an androgynous physical union between the masculine Jah and the pre-Hebraic name for Eve, Havah.
  • Every surface in the chapel had been carved with symbols—Christian cruciforms, Jewish stars, Masonic seals, Templar crosses, cornucopias, pyramids, astrological signs, plants, vegetables, pentacles, and roses.
  • "Because Jesus was a Jew," Langdon said, taking over while Teabing searched for his book, "and the social decorum during that time virtually forbid a Jewish man to be unmarried.

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  • Jerusalem is a holy city for Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
  • Jerusalem’s Western Wall is Judaism’s holiest prayer site.

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