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6.03.2007

Get this thing off me man!!

Oh, but I do so love things like this.

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  • At 12:28 PM, Blogger Alicia said…

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  • At 12:29 PM, Anonymous Secrets Of The Code said…

    I came across your Blog and thought you might be interested in some news. There is a new documentary being released tomorrow called Secret’s of the Code, which is based upon Dan Burnstein’s book with the same title. The book deals with another novel, The Da Vinci Code, and the phenomenon it sparked world-wide. Here short copy of the press release.

    You can also visit www.myspace.com/secretsofthecode, where we are trying to get people to start up interesting discussions in regards to the topics of different religions and the eternal mysteries that underlie them.

    “New York Times best-selling author Dan Burstein and Academy Award nominated documentary filmmaker Jonathan Stack have teamed up to create a fascinating, provocative, and emotionally gripping feature-length documentary based on Burstein’s Secrets of the Code (six months on the New York Times bestseller list; over two million sold worldwide). Narrated by Academy Award-winning actress Susan Sarandon, this film takes viewers on a journey at once sacred and profane. Secrets of the Code wrestles with the complex historical and religious issues at the heart of the novel, The Da Vinci Code, and presents these issues from many diverse perspectives. At the same time, Secrets of the Code casts a wide net, delving into universal issues about the nature of belief, faith, spirituality, and religion.

    Secrets of the Code will be available on DVD at amazon.com starting June 5, 2007.”

    For more information visit Dan Burnstein’s official website: www.secretsofthecode.com
    www.Myspace.com/secretsofthecode

     

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