Jesus' Hidden Doctrine of Eternal Life & The Da Vinci Code Totally Revealed

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Author Thông Q. Trinh reveals Jesus’ secret truth of eternal life and decodes Leonardo da Vinci’s painting of the Last Supper pointing to Holy Grail, the cup of eternal life hidden by Saint John.

Denver, CO, March 13, 2014 -(PressReleasePoint)- Author and Jesus Christ’s believer Thông Q. Trinh announced today the release of The Secret Truth of Jesus (Holy Grail: “The Hidden Cup of Eternal Life”) published by Outskirts Press. Trinh’s carefully researched work reveals the hidden truth of Jesus’ teachings about eternal life -- doctrine that originally had to remain hidden so that only the “true seekers” could become the children of God.

There has long been an intriguing belief that Leonardo da Vinci’s famous painting of the Last Supper contained a secret truth about Jesus and his teachings. Rumors of a Holy Grail, the legendary “Cup of Eternal Life” that was hidden by Saint John, have also been correlated with this secret code hidden in da Vinci’s painting.

Author Trinh has recognized why these basic Christian truths had to remain secret. Only by doing so could “true seekers” be identified and could the early Christian “Secret Goddess” be maintained. Trinh shows through his scriptural research that God the Father is a dualistic parent, both dynamic and static, and that his static counterpart is the so-called “Secret Goddess.” This is a fundamental Christian axiom laid out in Thomas’ Gnostic Gospel.

God’s dualistic nature, both dynamic and static, is paralleled by the six positive commandments given by Jesus in Chapter Five of the Gospel of Matthew and the six negative commandments he gave in Chapter Six of the same Gospel. Trinh notes that Jesus gave these twelve commandments so that a “true seeker” could build the “Tree of Life” with them and thus become a true child of God.

The Secret Truth of Jesus untangles a mystery previously hidden within these Biblical passages and provides new truth behind the ultimate discovery of eternal life led by the Holy Spirit of Jesus.

The Secret Truth of Jesus is available on-line in a hardback edition through Amazon and Barnes and Noble and at for a maximum trade discount in quantities of ten or more.

Format: 6 x 9 glossy color casebound - ISBN: 978-1-4787-0970-1 - SRP: $34.95
e-Book - $15.00

Genre: Bible/Christian Standard Bible/body, mind, spirit/spirituality/philosophy/aesthetics

About the Author:
Thông Q. Trinh was born in Central Vietnam and raised in the South by Confucian parents. The author came to America in 1975 with family and relatives. He attended the University of Missouri, School of Pharmacy, and graduated in 1982. The author encountered the Savior Jesus in a dream in 1992. He became Jesus' firm believer in 1997 and began his translations of the four gospels. In 2001, after 9/11, the author interpreted The Revelation and conceived writing The Secret Truth of Jesus. It was in the year 2006 that he discovered "the hidden Holy Grail" and he has developed it since.

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