Da Vinci Code Supplements Released

For Immediate Release:


Da Vinci Code Supplements Released


Kamuela, HI Monday, September 19, 2005 – Da Vinci Code fans and critics alike will be surprised if not flabbergasted to discover the mystifying and highly interconnected web of generation-by-generation family ties (according to fully sourced recorded history) that actually connects most of the real people in Dan Brown’s phenomenal best-seller “The Da Vinci Code” to each other as relatives.


After tens of thousands of hours have been spent digitally connecting the dots of thousands of years of ancestral history according to where the experts say they should be connected, the computer was asked to analyze the results to identify the pictures that appear.


A virtually limitless number of surprising and counterintuitive reports can emerge, including these 27 Da Vinci Code supplements which Millisecond Publishing Company, Inc. has released today at www.familyforest.com/Da_Vinci_Code.html.


All of the historical figures who are the subjects of these 27 Family Forest® Kinship Reports, with only one exception, can be found in Dan Brown’s “The Da Vinci Code.”


The one exception is the world famous Oscar-winning Hollywood actor Tom Hanks who will be portraying Harvard professor Robert Langdon in the upcoming Ron Howard directed Sony Pictures film about “The Da Vinci Code.”



Bill Gates

Constantine the Great

Geoffrey Chaucer

Georgia O’Keeffe

Godfroi de Bouillon


King Charles II

King Dagobert

Edward the Confessor

King George IV

King Henry V

King Henry VIII

King Philip IV the Fair

King Solomon

Lord Alfred Tennyson

Lord William St. Clair


Pepin d’Heristal

Prince Charles

Princess Diana

Robert Boyle

Sir Isaac Newton

Tom Hanks

Walt Disney

William Shakespeare

William the Conqueror


Millisecond Publishing Company, Inc. is the home of the Family Forest® Project, and the latest state-of-the-art presentation is the Family Forest® Leadership Edition. Please visit www.familyforest.com/Da_Vinci_Code.html for examples of why the Family Forest® is called the world’s most interconnected digital resource for ancestral history.


Contact: Millisecond Publishing Company, Inc.

Kristine M. Harrison




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