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Director Inoue Sato stood with her arms folded, her eyes locked skeptically on Langdon as she processed what he had just told her.Known as "The Michelangelo of the Capitol," Brumidi had laid claim to the Capitol Rotunda in the same way Michelangelo had laid claim to the Sistine Chapel, by painting a fresco on the room's most lofty canvas--the ceiling. Like Michelangelo, Brumidi had done some of his finest work inside the Vatican. Brumidi, however, immigrated to America in 1852, abandoning God's largest shrine in favor of a new shrine, the U.S. Capitol, which now glistened with examples of his mastery--from the trompe l'oeil of the Brumidi Corridors to the frieze ceiling of the Vice President's Room. And yet it was the enormous image hovering above the Capitol Rotunda that most historians considered to be Brumidi's masterwork. Robert Langdon gazed up at the massive fresco that covered the ceiling. He usually enjoyed his students' startled reactions to this fresco's bizarre imagery, but at the moment he simply felt trapped in a nightmare he had yet to understand. Director Sato was standing next to him with her hands on her hips, frowning up at the distant ceiling. Langdon sensed she was having the same reaction many had when they first stopped to examine the painting at the core of their nation. Utter confusion. You're not alone, Langdon thought. For most people, The Apotheosis of Washington got stranger and stranger the longer they looked at it. "That's George Washington on the central panel," Langdon said, pointing 180 feet upward into the middle of the dome."I don't know why this guy thinks I know anything at all!"This guy's a lunatic."She stared directly at Langdon and then glanced at Anderson."The hole in the floor," Langdon told them, "was eventually covered, but for a good while, those who visited the Rotunda could see straight down to the fire that burned below.""The Temple of Vesta in Rome," Langdon said, "was circular, with a gaping hole in the floor, through which the sacred fire of enlightenment could be tended by a sisterhood of virgins whose job it was to ensure the flame never went out.""If it's of any help," Langdon said, "Peter's hand is not the first such hand to make an appearance in this Rotunda.""A moment ago," Sato said, "you suggested this Rotunda is somehow sacred to the idea of these Ancient Mysteries?""Nearby," Langdon continued, "you can see a strange, anachronistic series of figures: ancient gods presenting our forefathers with advanced knowledge."We've been through this," Langdon fired back."Ma'am," Langdon said, "the largest painting in this building is called The Apotheosis of Washington.Langdon had already permitted his eyes to follow the pointing finger up to the dome overhead.Langdon looked down at Peter's upstretched finger, again feeling repulsed by his captor's sadistic play on words.Langdon shrugged weakly.Langdon often reminded his students that most modern religions included stories that did not hold up to scientific scrutiny: everything from Moses parting the Red Sea .Langdon looked way, way up to the tiny railing visible just beneath the painting and felt his body go rigid.She glanced directly at Langdon, then at Peter's hand."In theory, anyway.To look for a literal portal would be like trying to locate the actual Gates of Heaven."Langdon nodded.Langdon motioned to the hand.Langdon hesitated, realizing that for many religious people, there was indeed a precedent for human gods, Jesus being the most obvious."Look at his hand," Anderson said, still peering over Sato's shoulder."And my top priority is to find my friend," Langdon replied, frustrated.Both Anderson and Sato looked surprised.Sato and Anderson said nothing."Perhaps to a modern man," Langdon replied."Actually, ma'am," Langdon said, "I know a great number of historians who would disagree with you."Langdon inched toward the gruesome object.Langdon exhaled.Langdon shook his head.Langdon had asked himself the same question and the answer was unsettling.Langdon asked, incredulous."No, ma'am," Langdon said, pulling his sleeve down over his watch."I'm glad," Langdon said."You're right," Langdon said."Of course," Langdon said.Langdon's eyes shot back to the hand.Langdon could not bring himself to look at the hand."Yes," Langdon said.She hung up and turned back toward Langdon."I've never seen it before," Sato said.Sato seemed to consider this momentarily.I recommend--" "Where I got my information is not your concern," Sato interrupted, voice sharpening.Sato demanded.Sato demanded.Sato asked, glancing toward the hand on the floor."Let's just say I'm a skeptic," he told Sato.Sato arched her eyebrows.Sato eyed him.Sato's eyes narrowed.Sato pressed."So, Professor," Sato said, "your contention is that the man who left Peter's hand here knew all this?""Secret wisdom," Sato said with more than a hint of sarcasm in her voice.He lowered his head, looking at Sato now.We should really wait for forensics before we touch--" "I want some answers," Sato said, pushing past him.Sato spoke as if she'd had personal experience with this technique.Sato took off her glasses and studied him.I can't--" "Oh, for heaven's sake," Sato said, moving toward him.CHAPTER 21 The Apotheosis of Washington--a 4,664-square-foot fresco that covers the canopy of the Capitol Rotunda--was completed in 1865 by Constantino Brumidi."The Hand of the Mysteries is a formal invitation to pass through a mystical gateway and acquire ancient secret knowledge--powerful wisdom known as the Ancient Mysteries .Langdon said, "This Rotunda was once dominated by a massive sculpture of a barechested George Washington .Anderson moved away from Langdon and Sato, speaking quietly into his radio."This man who called me," Langdon told Sato, "was the only one who knew I was coming to the Capitol tonight, so whoever informed you I was here tonight, that's your man.And it clearly depicts George Washington being transformed into a god."Every time Langdon lectured on the symbology of America, his students were confounded to learn that the true intentions of our nation's forefathers had absolutely nothing to do with what so many politicians now claimed.Langdon knew he would have to choose his words sparingly.


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Director Inoue Sato stood with her arms folded, her eyes locked skeptically on Langdon as she processed what he had just told her.Known as "The Michelangelo of the Capitol," Brumidi had laid claim to the Capitol Rotunda in the same way Michelangelo had laid claim to the Sistine Chapel, by painting a fresco on the room's most lofty canvas--the ceiling. Like Michelangelo, Brumidi had done some of his finest work inside the Vatican. Brumidi, however, immigrated to America in 1852, abandoning God's largest shrine in favor of a new shrine, the U.S. Capitol, which now glistened with examples of his mastery--from the trompe l'oeil of the Brumidi Corridors to the frieze ceiling of the Vice President's Room. And yet it was the enormous image hovering above the Capitol Rotunda that most historians considered to be Brumidi's masterwork. Robert Langdon gazed up at the massive fresco that covered the ceiling. He usually enjoyed his students' startled reactions to this fresco's bizarre imagery, but at the moment he simply felt trapped in a nightmare he had yet to understand. Director Sato was standing next to him with her hands on her hips, frowning up at the distant ceiling. Langdon sensed she was having the same reaction many had when they first stopped to examine the painting at the core of their nation. Utter confusion. You're not alone, Langdon thought. For most people, The Apotheosis of Washington got stranger and stranger the longer they looked at it. "That's George Washington on the central panel," Langdon said, pointing 180 feet upward into the middle of the dome."I don't know why this guy thinks I know anything at all!"This guy's a lunatic."She stared directly at Langdon and then glanced at Anderson."The hole in the floor," Langdon told them, "was eventually covered, but for a good while, those who visited the Rotunda could see straight down to the fire that burned below.""The Temple of Vesta in Rome," Langdon said, "was circular, with a gaping hole in the floor, through which the sacred fire of enlightenment could be tended by a sisterhood of virgins whose job it was to ensure the flame never went out.""If it's of any help," Langdon said, "Peter's hand is not the first such hand to make an appearance in this Rotunda.""A moment ago," Sato said, "you suggested this Rotunda is somehow sacred to the idea of these Ancient Mysteries?""Nearby," Langdon continued, "you can see a strange, anachronistic series of figures: ancient gods presenting our forefathers with advanced knowledge."We've been through this," Langdon fired back."Ma'am," Langdon said, "the largest painting in this building is called The Apotheosis of Washington.Langdon had already permitted his eyes to follow the pointing finger up to the dome overhead.Langdon looked down at Peter's upstretched finger, again feeling repulsed by his captor's sadistic play on words.Langdon shrugged weakly.Langdon often reminded his students that most modern religions included stories that did not hold up to scientific scrutiny: everything from Moses parting the Red Sea .Langdon looked way, way up to the tiny railing visible just beneath the painting and felt his body go rigid.She glanced directly at Langdon, then at Peter's hand."In theory, anyway.To look for a literal portal would be like trying to locate the actual Gates of Heaven."Langdon nodded.Langdon motioned to the hand.Langdon hesitated, realizing that for many religious people, there was indeed a precedent for human gods, Jesus being the most obvious."Look at his hand," Anderson said, still peering over Sato's shoulder."And my top priority is to find my friend," Langdon replied, frustrated.Both Anderson and Sato looked surprised.Sato and Anderson said nothing."Perhaps to a modern man," Langdon replied."Actually, ma'am," Langdon said, "I know a great number of historians who would disagree with you."Langdon inched toward the gruesome object.Langdon exhaled.Langdon shook his head.Langdon had asked himself the same question and the answer was unsettling.Langdon asked, incredulous."No, ma'am," Langdon said, pulling his sleeve down over his watch."I'm glad," Langdon said."You're right," Langdon said."Of course," Langdon said.Langdon's eyes shot back to the hand.Langdon could not bring himself to look at the hand."Yes," Langdon said.She hung up and turned back toward Langdon."I've never seen it before," Sato said.Sato seemed to consider this momentarily.I recommend--" "Where I got my information is not your concern," Sato interrupted, voice sharpening.Sato demanded.Sato demanded.Sato asked, glancing toward the hand on the floor."Let's just say I'm a skeptic," he told Sato.Sato arched her eyebrows.Sato eyed him.Sato's eyes narrowed.Sato pressed."So, Professor," Sato said, "your contention is that the man who left Peter's hand here knew all this?""Secret wisdom," Sato said with more than a hint of sarcasm in her voice.He lowered his head, looking at Sato now.We should really wait for forensics before we touch--" "I want some answers," Sato said, pushing past him.Sato spoke as if she'd had personal experience with this technique.Sato took off her glasses and studied him.I can't--" "Oh, for heaven's sake," Sato said, moving toward him.CHAPTER 21 The Apotheosis of Washington--a 4,664-square-foot fresco that covers the canopy of the Capitol Rotunda--was completed in 1865 by Constantino Brumidi."The Hand of the Mysteries is a formal invitation to pass through a mystical gateway and acquire ancient secret knowledge--powerful wisdom known as the Ancient Mysteries .Langdon said, "This Rotunda was once dominated by a massive sculpture of a barechested George Washington .Anderson moved away from Langdon and Sato, speaking quietly into his radio."This man who called me," Langdon told Sato, "was the only one who knew I was coming to the Capitol tonight, so whoever informed you I was here tonight, that's your man.And it clearly depicts George Washington being transformed into a god." Sato looked doubtful. Langdon raised his index finger, pointing straight up. "It's directly over your head."Anderson shot a quick glance at Sato, clearly expecting a reprimand, but Director Sato seemed uninterested.Sato's unwavering focus remained on Langdon."Actually," Anderson interjected, glancing up, "not many people know this, but there is one hexagonal coffer in the dome that actually swings open like a portal, and you can peer down through it and--" "Wait a second," Langdon said, "you're missing the point.Sato stepped close, less than a foot from Langdon."Yes, ma'am, but--" "Chief," Sato said, turning away from Langdon, "can you get us a closer look at the painting?""As you may know," Langdon said, "this Rotunda was designed as a tribute to one of Rome's most venerated mystical shrines."By locating and unlocking an ancient portal?your lunatic deftly manipulated two fairly smart individuals already this morning."He now realized that what he was saying might not be entirely true.He crouched down now, trying to see up under the fingers to the hidden part of Peter's palm."That's not entirely true.""As are many equally improbable beliefs.""Is Peter Solomon one of those people?""Depicted as Zeus.""As in the vestal virgins?""Do you see anything on the palm?"to Joseph Smith using magic eyeglasses to translate the Book of Mormon from a series of gold plates he found buried in upstate New York."That hardly fits with the Christian underpinnings of this country.""My point exactly.Whether or not you're aware of it, this theme--transforming man into god-- is the core element in this Rotunda's symbolism.""I'm certain of it. Peter and I talk about some pretty arcane things, but believe me, I'd tell him to get his head examined if he ever told me there was an ancient portal hidden anywhere at all.There is no portal, Director Sato.I can assure you it is imperative we comply with this man's demands quickly.""Don't be," she replied curtly."Apotheosis means 'to become God'? I had no idea.""Admittedly," he said, "there are plenty of educated people who believe this empowering wisdom truly exists, but I'm not yet convinced.""Apotheosis?""If I may point this out .Sato isn't talking.Why give you a tattooed hand?""I have never seen anything in the real world to suggest the Ancient Mysteries are anything other than legend--a recurring mythological archetype.He brought you all the way to Washington--and he must have done it for a reason.""A lot of historians have heard of it.""The information was kept hidden for the same reason we keep matches from children.Hardly--" Langdon stopped short."I can understand, but I assure you the best thing you can do to help Peter is to help me understand the mind-set of his captor." Langdon was not so sure, but he sensed he was not going anywhere until the OS director got the information she desired. Langdon knew he would have to choose his words sparingly. He had taught for entire semesters on the mystical symbolism of Washington, D.C., and there was an almost inexhaustible list of mystical references in this building alone. America has a hidden past. Every time Langdon lectured on the symbology of America, his students were confounded to learn that the true intentions of our nation's forefathers had absolutely nothing to do with what so many politicians now claimed. America's intended destiny has been lost to history. The forefathers who founded this capital city first named her "Rome."" Sato looked uncertain but started typing.The man told you specifically what this portal leads to?""Did he explain why Peter thinks you alone can unlock the portal?"This pointing-hand gesture--with its index finger and thumb extended upward--is a well-known symbol of the Ancient Mysteries, and it appears all over the world in ancient art."So you believe this portal is a metaphor."Now, centuries later, despite America's separation of church and state, this statesponsored Rotunda glistened with ancient religious symbolism.Anderson spun with a startled look of recognition."And over there is Vulcan helping us build a steam engine.It's a very common metaphor--a mystical portal through which one must travel to become enlightened.This transformation of man into God is called apotheosis.Beside that is Ceres, goddess of grain and root of our word cereal; she's sitting on the McCormick reaper, the farming breakthrough that enabled this country to become a world leader in food production.This is the moment of his apotheosis .That is hardly the act of an uncommitted or uncertain individual...

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