For an instant Langdon relived his moment of unexpected revelation: August 16.
Langdon didn’t know whether it was the docent’s words or the ornate tombs around them that brought the revelation to mind, but it didn’t matter.
Langdon smiled with the revelation.
But I have had a revelation.
Smiling broadly, he added, "Sometimes, divine revelation simply means adjusting your brain to hear what your heart already knows."
The camerlegno’s revelation was correct.
An unforeseen revelation of shocking truth.
Somehow, through the insanity and guilt, through the images of his father, through the pain and revelation, even through the pull of the morphine …. he had found a brilliant clarity.
Not only had he accepted the camerlegno’s divine revelation of the antimatter’s location, but he was lobbying for the destruction of St. Peter’s Basilica-one of the greatest architectural feats on earth …. as well as all of the art inside.
In a final breathtaking revelation, Langdon realized Bernini’s city-wide cross of obelisks marked the fortress in perfect Illuminati fashion; the cross’s central arm passed directly through the center of the castle’s bridge, dividing it into two equal halves.
The camerlegno, in his torn cassock, with the scorched brand on his chest, looked like some sort of battered champion who had overcome the rings of hell for this one moment of revelation.
There are no more uses of "revelation" in the book.
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It was a revelation to me. Until they gave us those tests, I had no idea that I was better than most people at clerical accuracy.
I was leaning toward voting for her, but her stance on education policy was a revelation to me.