The Lost Symbol - Chapters 85-95 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 85, Galloway smiled when he imagined the looks of shock on Katherine and Langdon’s faces when the box collapsed. The cube had become a cross. Although Katherine saw it as a symbol of Christianity, Langdon explained this cross had a different meaning. It is the visual representation of man and God becoming one “as above, so below” (401). With the circumpunct at the center of the cross, Langdon explained the symbol was a rose cross. As Galloway spoke about the connection between the Masons and Rosicrucianism, Langdon remembered that the phrase “Jeova Sanctus Unus” was a pseudonym for Isaacus Neutonuus.

As Langdon talked, Katherine suddenly realized how to transform the pyramid but as she began excitedly telling the men what she believed, Galloway told to her to be quiet. He had heard the sounds of someone entering the church even though Katherine...

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