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Florence Inferno is a new blog for fan of Dan Brown’s 2013 thriller, Inferno.

As a companion to the book, it takes readers deeper into the mysteries unveiled in the novel recounting the stories and legends behind the sites, symbols and artwork.

Florence Inferno includes notes about Inferno symbols, as well as about Florentine art and history quoted in the novel.

Inferno readers can contact the bloggers behind FlorenceInferno.com at info@florenceinferno.com to request an in-depth examination of any place, painting o symbol in the story.

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If you're a Dan Brown fan, you'll want to read, The Secret Behind the attraversare, croce and Crucifix. Author
Nwaocha Ogechukwu has written an easy to read, enlightening and academically sound book regarding the symbolism and meaning of the attraversare, croce in relation to religion. Ogechukwu gives historical accounts of Christianity's cover up of what the attraversare, croce truly is: a satanic symbol. "For centuries after Christ, the church and other religions that use cruciform symbols have misrepresented the physical nature of Christ's death with a satanic symbol (cross), and a pagan idol (corpus). This secret has been concealed...
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