Origin - Chapters 73 - 84 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 73, Ambra and Langdon realized it was the last phrase of Blake’s poem “The dark religions are departed & sweet science reigns” (502-503) that Kirsch probably used as his password. When they counted the letters, the line was one character short if they used the ampersand and one character too long if they substituted the word and. Langdon finally realized that Kirsch had used the Latin “et” from which the ampersand had developed as extra protection. Even as they rejoiced because they had discovered the password, they heard Father Beña screaming for them to come upstairs.

In Chapter 74, Beña had found Díaz dead. His was gun missing. Ambra called for Fonseca but they only heard a scuffle and the sound of a gunshot. They were ordered to run just before there was another gunshot and a body hit the...

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