Symbolism in the Da Vinci Code

Jesus, Mary, and Da Vinci?
Who was Mary Magdalen?

Great Mysteries of the Languedoc in the South of France
Rennes-le-Chateau in the South of France and the da Vinci Code: Cathars, Templars and the Holy Grail.

The Official Website of Bestselling Author Dan Brown
Author of the novels The Lost Symbol, The Da Vinci Code, Angels & Demons, Deception Point, and Digital Fortress.

Da Vinci Code Clues, Symbols & Meanings
Although religious scholars sincerely doubt some of the research Dan Brown employs in The Da Vinci Code, more than a few intriguing questions remain at the heart of The Da Vinci Code Controversy.

Cathar -
Catharism was a religious movement with dualistic and Gnostic elements that originated around the middle of the 12th century, branded by the contemporary Roman Catholic Church either as a heretical Christian sect or sometimes as a non-Christian religion.
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The Gospel According to Mary Magdalene
This very important and well-preserved codex was apparently discovered in the late-nineteenth century somewhere near Akhmim in upper Egypt. Despite the importance of the discovery of this ancient collection of Gnostic scriptures, several misfortunes including two world wars delayed its publication until 1955.

The Pentacle, Pentagram and The Da Vinci Code
The pentagram or pentacle is one of the major symbols described by "symbologist" Robert Langdon in The Da Vinci Code. This article compares his claims about the symbol with reality.

The Sacred Feminine - Secrets of The Da Vinci Code
The sacred feminine is that other face of God that has not been honored over the two millennia of Christianity--at least not as a fully equal partner -- Margaret Starbird.

Codes and Symbolism
Codes and Symbolism used in The Da Vinci Game including Symbology used by Leonardo Da Vinci.