Hello, WOW Lisa what a fantastic web site. I read the Da Vinci Code on my honeymoon last month (my husband was poorly the last 3 days!), I have been on your web sites for the last 6 hours, fab Sunday afternoon reading. I was studying the painting of the Last Supper by the unknown artist as it's clearer and have noticed that two of the hands on the table are incorrect. Firstly, Thomas (on the right of Jesus) is holding his right hand up and his left hand is on the table - but if you look at the hand its actually a "right" hand, look at where the thumb is. Secondly, if you look at the chap on the very left of the painting his left hand is on the 3rd person along (must have very long arms to stretch that far!) but his right hand is on the table - but it's actually a left hand - again look at the thumb. Why would the artist paint two of the hands incorrectly? what do you think? Also don't you think the guy (I think 3rd one in) looks like a woman too? in the original Leonardo painting he looks female. I do not believe in JC, the bible, the Garden of Eden or any of it. I've read much about religion over the years and I think we should abolish organised religion and MAKE PEOPLE THINK FOR THEMSELVES! We are all individuals and as such should organise our own lives. I agree that we should all act in a certain manner like being nice to each other, helping other out etc but not the stuff that makes people having the rules they live by dictated to them by a book or a guy in a church. I believe if JC had walked upon this earth and was the son of God then he wouldn't want people to go to a church to contact their God but to speak with him wherever you are on His Earth. I am a LEO and have always been rather strong minded, I love the Sun and truly believe that the Sun is God - that is if you NEED a God to believe in/pray to, personally I don't, but it makes more sense to me, the Sun is the life force we cannot live without. I believe we all have souls and that that soul is a ball of pure energy and when our bodies die that ball of energy is drawn back to it's original source, the Sun, we all know that the Sun is a massive ball of energy.
Lastly, isn't it possible that one of the disiples was gay? or would the church not allow this to come out then they wouldn't be able to decimate the gay society in the way they do now (and yet priests seem to be able to get away with buggering young choir boys!).
Thanks for reading this. jx