A first ever mathematically deciphered written account of history through a simple yet mysterious 10 digit code known as the Da Vinci code.
This book introduces an unprecedented account of important events and famous persons in history and the modern world. This book examines these events through a simple Fibonacci series introduced in Dan Brown's book. This book for the first times solves some mysteries beginning from the time Louvre was constructed to the present time. In between, there is a talk of important persons including, Leonardo de Pisa, Leonardo Da Vinci, Nostradamus, Einstein, Newton etc. and how they connect to the code. The book also talks about important events including 1666, World War II, 911, 77 and shows how there seems to be a woven theme.
This book for the first time discovers some mathematical fomulas previously unknown and connects them to the Da Vinci code. It considers possibilities of a shared consciousness, time travelling and alien presence in the world. Why these need to be considered? The book discoveres a challenege to common sense that questions the unquestionable: Numbers, the universal language! Can numbers be changed? Do they infuence our existence in the world? Are we somehow a mathematical message rolling mechanism encoded and embodied in human form by some higher intelligence?
In simple, it's a quest to believe the unbelievable.