New York, NY (Roto Reuters) Director James Cameron new documentary on the Discovery Channel called "The Lost Tomb of Christ" is causing quite a stir in certain quarters. New York City resident Joe Templer is quite up in arms about this blatant attack on his faith and the faith of millions. "This claim that Mary Magdalene is buried in a tomb in Jerusalem is crazy. Everybody knows that she is really buried in the Louvre Museum in Paris." Joe Templer is not alone in his anger, many fans of the Da Vinci Code are up in arms about this claim of finding Mary Magdalene’s bones. Another city resident Jean Priory is also upset about this new documentary that is getting so much attention on shows like Larry King Live and the morning news shows. "The idea that Jesus and Mary Magdalene had a child named Joshua is quite laughable. They certainly never had a son, but a daughter named Sarah. This is a direct attack on the Sacred Feminine. Why is he trying to eliminate our faith in the mystical power of the earth and mother goddess? Shame on you James Cameron."
Fans of The Da Vinci Code nationwide are quite disappointed by the media. After all the favorable attention given to Dan Brown and The Da Vinci Code in the media they feel betrayed by the media then jumping on the bandwagon with this anti-Da Vinci Code propaganda. Bill Donny Hue of the Da Vinci Code League issued a statement declaring "How dare James Cameron promote this un-historical travesty. Mr. Cameron admits “I’m not a theologist. I’m not an archaeologist. I’m a documentary film maker,” are we to believe him or a symbologist. Obviously making one of the most popular books trumps directing one of the most popular movies. What’s next for Mr. Cameron is he going to do a documentary on Priory of Sion claiming it is a hoax? How dare he play fast and loose with the facts. He should instead imitate the critical research efforts of Dan Brown."
The complaint about the documentary have not been limited to just the United States. Tour operators in Paris and England are quite distraught about the economic impact on the Da Vinci Code tourism industry if this myth of Mary Magdalene being buried in Jerusalem becomes accepted.