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Last Supper, a painting by Leonardo da Vinci. The
Cup of Christ is also known as the Holy Grail, after King Arthur and his
Crusades. It has never been found, in all
searches through the ages, though there are many claims.
The quest for the Holy Grail, the Cup of Christ, and the meaning of life is something we all think of at one time or another.
Many treasure seekers have searched for the mythical Holy Grail; the Cup of Christ, the Liahona, the all knowing guide, the answer to all our questions about the meaning and secrets of life.
More than a thousand years before the coming of Christ the
Ancient Egyptian priests had decoded and recorded the secrets of nature, immortality and power, condensed in an intricate
orb that was held to reveal all. The priests buried their knowledge with their great pharaoh
Akhenaten for his journey into the afterlife, but the device was stolen from his tomb by raiders and though
a Devine Compass cropped up in history, the secrets therein were lost in the sands of time for over
If that sounds familiar then you'll have some idea of what is in store for John Storm and his crew, as one of his philanthropic hunches turns into an epic cyber adventure.
Afterlife - Ancient Egyptian belief that life continues after death
Alethiometer - A magical horological like, instrument, that tells or shows the truth (in fiction)
Apostles - Followers and preachers of Christian virtues
Ark of the Covenant -
Artwork - Graphic novels
Baptism - To be Baptized
Bible, Holy - Name of the Christian Scriptures
Blood of Christ -
Book Chapters - Names of the novel divisions
Burials - Ceremonies and means by which humans are returned to the earth from whence they came
Charles Darwin - Author of The Origin of Species
Chivalric Order - Knighthood inspired by Catholic military Crusades
Christians - Believers in Jesus Christ, and generally good people
Christmas - The celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ
Climate Change - The inescapable consequences of avarice
Cloning - Replicating a copy of a living thing
Compass - A navigation instrument, that points to magnetic north
Conspiracy Theories -
Cradle of Life - Where human life developed from early man to Homo Sapiens
Crusades - Religious wars
Cup of Jesus Christ - The cup from which Jesus drank at the Last Supper
Damnation - The fate of those who wrong others
Death - The passing of a biological life form
Disciples - Followers of a faith
DNA - DeoxyriboNucleic Acid, a polymer of two polynucleotide chains that coil to form a double helix
Elizabeth Swann - An autonomous ship powered by the sun and hydrogen
Eternal Life - Life everlasting, the hope of many to live longer
Evolution - How life on earth develops and adapts by passing on genetic advantages
Father - Creator of Life
Films - Featuring these subjects
Genetics - The study of the codes of life
George Lucas - Indiana Jones
Glossary - Explanation of subject matter and abbreviations
Golden Compass - A guide to a life that points to a pure path for those worthy of the reading
Harrison Ford - American actor who played Indiana Jones, brilliant casting
Holy Grail -
Homo Sapiens - An advanced species of hominid
Humans - The only intelligent life form on earth at present
Indiana Jones - The Last Crusade
Knights Templar -
Knowledge - Information gained of the world we inhabit, in a vast Universe
Leonardo Da Vinci
Life - The period from being born to dying
Money - A source of evil
Moses - Let my people go
Navigation Instrument - A magnetic needle that points to the North Pole in a protective casing
Neanderthal Man - An extinct cousin
Olduvai Gorge - The geographical location where intelligence was born
Paleo Anthropology - The anthropological study of man's development
Pirates of the Caribbean - Compass that points to what you want most
Power - Corruption from abuses
Priory of Sion - Guardians of Christ's sacred bloodline (In fiction)
Procreation - A means to regenerate life
Quest - For knowledge
Replicants - A reincarnation of a former human
Resurrection - Rising from the dean, a kind of reincarnation
Saints - Humans that did good deeds
Sarcophagus - A casket, or coffin used to intern humans
Screenplay - Acts of the John Storm adventure
Scripts - A document that sets out the making of a film
Supper, The Last - Jesus Christ and his disciples eating their last meal together
Tanzania - South-East Africa
The Ark - World's largest DNA base
The Cradle of Life -
The Da Vinci Code - Film adaptation of Dan Brown's novel, starring Tom Hanks
The Golden Compass - A children's fantasy film starring Dakota Blue Richards, Nicole Kidman & Daniel Craig
Upanishads - Hindu scriptures in Sanskrit
Water - Support for all life on Earth
Xmas - A abbreviation of Christmas
John Storm, the ocean adventurer is also an amateur Paleo Anthropologist, near obsessed with his DNA collection called 'The Ark,' that is safely embedded in his trusty ship, the Elizabeth Swann, protected by an armory of security measures, and the ever watchful Hal.
Having been injected with a super virus, John Storm became DNA enhanced like the Panamanian Running Man. Allied to his new strength the CyberCore Genetica™, turns him into the most digitally connected person in history.
His newfound abilities have not escaped the attention of military chiefs and wealthy patrons, including religious leaders, some of which were privy to his rescue of Cleopatra VII from Guantánamo Bay.
Following the discovery of Captain Henry Morgan's treasure, a legal battle royal ensues, where opposing claimants try to force John to reveal the location of the treasure trove. Johns wins the case, being awarded all of the pirates bounty by the International Court. Making him a very wealthy philanthropist, much to the delight of George Franks. When he only started out to survey Port Royal for Blue Shield.
This infuriates the CIA, MI6, and several mystery bidders, whose offers to purchase the life giving technology, are turned down.
Ignoring President Linc Truman's order to leave John be, the military are bribed by the mystery bidders, to use their positions of great trust, to help them steal, what they cannot buy. Whereas, the military want the tech to be able to hack the computers of other nations, for superiority in times of aggression. Aimed at world domination.
John, Cleopatra, and the Swann become hard targets; capture or kill. With both enemies and friends in high places, life is complicated. Except for Hal, as a personal secretary, to deal with the administrative housekeeping.
The UN's World Health Organization enquire as to the possibility of adapting CyberCore with BioCore as a possible cure for cancer. The Pope is dying. John and crew, navigate to Rome at high speed. They analyze the Pontiff's DNA, concoct a viral cure and inject the religious leader. The whole world watches. A week goes by with mixed reports, but the cancer regresses convincingly. The medical world goes crazy.
he United Nations consult as to peace keeping duties, using CyberCore. At which point another attempt is made to kidnap the duo. This time by the FSB, foiled in Jason Bourne style.
Realising the importance of what they are, and have become the guardians of, John decides to hide the Ark and replication equipment. He decides on a Henry Morgan type of solution. Soon after, telling the world that the Swann is no longer the laboratory she was.
needs all the help he can get from Hal,
the Swann's onboard AI,
and his crew, to thwart their dastardly plans of the wealthy antagonists and warmongers.
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