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Dan Brown Quote: “Although many people erroneously interpreted apocalypse as a cataclysmic end of the world, the word literally signified an “unveiling,” predicted by the ancients to be that of great wisdom. The coming age of enlightenment.”
Dan Brown Quote: “The appeal of modern art remained a mystery to him.”
Dan Brown Quote: “We’ve been reading the Bible too literally. We learn that God created us in his image, but it’s not our physical bodies that resemble God, it’s our minds.”
Dan Brown Quote: “I have just removed a dozen of my best men from Vatican City on the eve of conclave. And I have done this to stake out the Pantheon based on the testimony of some American I have never met who has just interpreted a four hundred-year-old poem.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Cathedral terminology was like stage directions – totally counterintuitive.”
Dan Brown Quote: “But faith by its very definition, requires placing your trust in something that unseeable and indefinable, accepting something of which there exists no empirical evidence. And so, understandably, we all end up placing our faith in different things because if there is no universal truth. – Edmond Kirsch.”
Dan Brown Quote: “A Pope usually worked fourteen-hour days, seven days a week, and died of exhaustion in an average of 6.3 years. The inside joke was that accepting the papacy was a cardinal’s ’fastest route to heaven.”
Dan Brown Quote: “The truth will be twisted, Langdon knew. As it always is with the Masons.”
Dan Brown Quote: “These two mysteries lie at the heart of the human experience. Where do we come from? Where are we going?”
Dan Brown Quote: “La chiave,” the raspy voice replied. “The password.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Any life-form advanced enough to travel light-years through interstellar space would have nothing to learn by probing the rectums of farmers in Kansas.”
Dan Brown Quote: “For years I’ve studied the ancients’ claims of man’s awesome mental power, and now science is showing us that accessing that power is an actual physical process. Our brains, if used correctly, can call forth powers that are quite literally superhuman.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Technology is linking us in ways we never imagined possible: Twitter, Google, Wikipedia, and others – all blend to create a web of interconnected minds.”
Dan Brown Quote: “I give you my word that the next few years in human development will be shocking, disruptive, and wholly unimaginable!”
Dan Brown Quote: “In ancient mythology,” Langdon offered, “a hero in denial is the ultimate manifestation of hubris and pride. No man is more prideful than he who believes himself immune to the dangers of the world.”
Dan Brown Quote: “We’re on a Grail quest, Sophie. Who better to help us than a knight?”
Dan Brown Quote: “I call it ‘Prayer for the Future’.” Edmond closed his eyes and spoke slowly, with startling assurance. “May our philosophies keep pace with our technologies. May our compassion keep pace with our powers. And may love, not fear, be the engine of change.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Kirsch smiled politely. The word “hip” went out of style decades ago.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Newton’s third life childrearing colin for every lunacy, there is an equal and opposite lunacy. – Edmond Kirsch.”
Dan Brown Quote: “A formal invitation had just been delivered. Someone was summoning Langdon to unlock a mystical portal that would unveil a world of ancient mysteries and hidden knowledge.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Scientific advancement carries risk. It always has. Space programs, genetic research, medicine – they all make mistakes. Science needs to survive its own blunders, at any cost. For everyone’s sake.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Sin-cere. Since the days of Michelangelo, sculptors had been hiding the flaws in their work by smearing hot wax into the cracks and then dabbing the wax with stone dust. The method was considered cheating, and therefore, any sculpture “without wax” – literally sine cera – was considered a “sincere” piece of art. The phrase stuck. To this day we still sign our letters “sincerely” as a promise that we have written “without wax” and that our words are true.”
Dan Brown Quote: “How I long for more time... but time is a commodity even my vast fortune cannot afford.”
Dan Brown Quote: “The price of greatness... is responsibility – Winston Churchill.”
Dan Brown Quote: “The Divine Comedy has nothing comedic about it. It’s called a comedy for another reason entirely. In the fourteenth century, Italian literature was, by requirement, divided into two categories: tragedy, representing high literature, was written in formal Italian; comedy, representing low literature, was written in the vernacular and geared toward the general population.”
Dan Brown Quote: “He warned that any church that ignored reality would not survive to enjoy the divine.”
Dan Brown Quote: “As you may know, when someone endures a horrific event like a car accident or a sexual assault, the long-term memories can be permanently debilitating.”
Dan Brown Quote: “By the end of the eleventh century,” Edmond said, “the greatest intellectual exploration and discovery on earth was taking place in and around Baghdad. Then, almost overnight, that changed. A brilliant scholar named Hamid al-Ghazali – now considered one of the most influential Muslims in history – wrote a series of persuasive texts questioning the logic of Plato and Aristotle and declaring mathematics to be ’the philosophy of the devil.”
Dan Brown Quote: “I write slowly. I actually write quickly, but I throw out so much material.”
Dan Brown Quote: “William Blake himself had written a similarly themed work titled All Religions Are One.”
Dan Brown Quote: “However, when they try to look back to the instant when the Big Bang occurred – where T equals zero – the mathematics all goes mad, describing what seems to be a mystical speck of infinite heat and infinite density.”
Dan Brown Quote: “The early Christians built a small shrine over his tomb. As Christianity spread, the shrine got bigger, layer upon layer, culminating in this collosal basilica. The entire Catholic faith had been built, quite literally, upon St Peter. The rock.”
Dan Brown Quote: “It is God’s will!” someone was yelling, his voice echoing in the Sistine Chapel. “Who but the chosen one could have survived that diabolical explosion?” “Me,” a voice reverberated from the back of the chapel.”
Dan Brown Quote: “If thoughts affect the world, then we must be very careful how we think. Destructive thoughts have influence, too, and we all know it’s far easier to destroy than it is to create.”
Dan Brown Quote: “It came from the world’s first computer – the Mark 1 – a room-size maze of electromechanical circuits built in 1944 in a lab at Harvard University. The computer developed a glitch one day, and no one was able to locate the cause. After hours of searching, a lab assistant finally spotted the problem. It seemed a moth had landed on one of the computer’s circuit boards and shorted it out. From that moment on, computer glitches were referred to as bugs.”
Dan Brown Quote: “For the youth, the changes were too slow. For the aging traditionalists, the changes were blasphemous.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Speaking of glimpsing a hidden truth,” Langdon said, looking suddenly amused. “You’re in luck. There’s a secret symbol hiding right over there.” He pointed. “On the side of that truck.” Ambra glanced up and saw a FedEx truck idling at a red light on Avenue of Pedralbes. Secret symbol? All Ambra could see was the company’s ubiquitous logo. “Their name is coded,” Langdon told her. “It contains a second level of meaning – a hidden symbol that reflects the company’s forward motion.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Gaea. The planet is an organism. All of us are cells with different purposes. And yet we are intertwined. Serving each other. Serving the whole.”
Dan Brown Quote: “If we all worshipped gravity, there would be no disagreements over which way it pulled.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Atheism is nothing more than the noises reasonable people make in the presence of an justified religious beliefs. – Sam Harris.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Langdon held her tighter. “You start small. You take that first tiny step. you trust me.”
Dan Brown Quote: “It’s prophetic, really. Today, man’s most advanced inventions are being used to study man’s most ancient ideas. The science of Noetics may be new, but it’s actually the oldest science on earth – the study of human thought.” She turned to him now, her eyes filled with wonder. “And we’re learning that the ancients actually understood thought more profoundly than we do today.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Something was very, very wrong.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Seeing how prominently Edmond had displayed the masterpiece, Langdon wondered if perhaps the painting itself might hold some clue as to what Edmond had discovered. At first glance, the painting’s subject seemed far too primitive to hint at an advanced scientific discovery. Its broad uneven brushstrokes depicted a Tahitian jungle inhabited by an assortment of native Tahitians and animals.”
Dan Brown Quote: “We are the sum of the interactions taking place within the mechanism.”
Dan Brown Quote: “What truth do these people possess? What proof, damn it! A book of ancient fables? Promises of miracles to come?”
Dan Brown Quote: “Female intuition was a potent instinct that she had learned to trust.”
Dan Brown Quote: “I’ve learned to expect the worst from people who hold power.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Because most Christians want it both ways. They want to be able to proudly declare they are believers in the Bible and yet simply ignore those parts they find too difficult or too inconvenient to believe.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Sophie, every faith in the world is based on fabrication. That is the definition of faith – acceptance of that which we imagine to be true, that which we cannot prove. Every religion describes God through metaphor, allegory, and exaggeration, from the early Egyptians through modern Sunday school. Metaphors are a way to help our minds process the unprocessible. The problems arise when we begin to believe literally in our own metaphors.”
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