Appendix: A Table of Terms About
The Da Vinci Code


Researched by Moshe Aharon Shak
Copyright © January 2005 by Moshe Aharon (Morris) Shak





Note: *The serious Bible Code student should review the September 2004 issue
of the BCD. In my article, "What is a code" under the section "What's in a name." I discuss the issues of using names in a matrix. The name Leonardo, the key term in this matrix, appears in the matrix as it is commonly used. On the other hand, a name like Robert is typically spelled with a tet not a taf. On the Internet for example, you will find 24 Roberts with a taf, as opposed to many thousands with a tet. From my perspective, the matrix produced significant results without the list of heroes. With the exception of Mary Magdalena, the fictitious names are not relevant—in my opinion. The question of should we or should we not consider them is still an art in my view. Unfortunately, so many people will use any transliteration to "scientifically prove" a code.



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