Let us swear.
Anathema on the Da Vinci Code! On The Course in Miracles! On Oprah and Chopra and Marianne Williamson! In this Great Work I bow to the one who has traversed these shadowed paths and mysteries far longer and deeper than I ever will (gods willing) if I live another thousand years. I bow to the superior wisdom of the True Magus...
Then Bramanti said: "Brothers, we are gathered here in the name of the One Order, the Unknown Order, to which Order, until yesterday, you did not know that you belonged, and yet you have always belonged to it! Let us swear. Anathema on all profaners of the Secret. Anathema on all sycophants of the occult. Anathema on all those who have made a spectacle of the Rites and Mysteries!"
for the chapter:
The Usual Suspects
The Teacher brought the new Student to the Principal. She inquired, "At which level should he start?"
The Principal examined the Student for a few moments and then asked, "Why did you come to this school?"
The Student replied, "To learn the art of happiness."
The Principal turned to the Teacher and said, "Level 1." He smiled, looking at the Student.
"Now go to your classroom."
"...it is here that the story touches on the strange history of Rennes-le-Chateau. Henry Lincoln has argued that the order of the Priory of Sion, which was founded at the end of the first Crusade by Hugh de Payen and his knights, actually dates back many centuries through the dynasty known as the Merovingians..."
The Holy Shroud of Turin, p. 202