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Games

You and Me Games - The creators of The Da Vinci Game have now started a new party game publishing company, You and Me Games Ltd. Visit the site to see their latest games.

Anagram Genius (TM) is a fantastic piece of software which generates entertaining anagrams and was used for the Vitruvian Man clues in The Da Vinci Game.

Toys For The Brain Community for riddle, brain teaser and enigma lovers on the net.

Braingle Free brain teasers, games, logic questions and riddles.

Games Gazette is a games magazine, with articles on a range of games, including PC games, role-playing games and board games.

Other Games Links for more links to board games and puzzle sites.

Art

Da Vinci's Mysterious Machinery Gives illustrations of eight of Leonardo's inventions with a multiple-choice question asking which function you think describes the Mysterious Machine best.

Armorial Gold provides information on the value in symbolism of an incredible range of objects and animals.

The Da Vinci Code

Bad News About Christianity Uncomfortable facts about Christianity: origins, history, theology, philosophy: The Christian record on social and legal reform with detailed citations. Christian denominations compared to each other, to other religions and to secular humanists.

Christianity and Human Rights The Rights of Man. The record of Christianity in relation to the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Christianity’s appalling record of abuse and its promotion of inequality and discrimination.

Rennes-le-Chateau and Holidays

Gite near Rennes-le-Chateau stay near the home of the real Sauniere in a spacious gite with computers, free broadband Internet access and beautiful art.

Rennes-le-Château Mysteries Languedoc mysteries including Rennes-le-Chateau , The Ark of the Covenant, Knights Templars, The Holy Grail , The Priory of Sion, The Jewish Kabbalah, The Da Vinci Code, the Ark of the Covenant and the Holy Grail.

The mystery of Rennes-le-Chateau. Has it finally been solved? Ben Hammott has discovered what may be a Templar Tomb near Rennes-le-Chateau. See images of the tomb and the Artifacts inside.

Rennes-le-Chateau is a small village in Languedoc-Roussillon, France, where a mystery surrounding the Priory de Sion, the Templar Knights and hidden Merovingian gold has grown up. At the heart of this mystery is a village priest called Berenger Sauniere.