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Good info. Lucky me I ran across your site by accident (stumbleupon).
I’ve book-marked it for later!
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Hi Ron. This is awesome stuff. Great investigative work!
I have my own little discovery/interpretation of the Mona Lisa which i’d like to share with you.
(Rearrange the letters of Mona Lisa to make “im so anal”, which we both must be to spend so much time over this! Ha)
I also saw a clue in the askew landscape and also the v-sign made by her fingers indicating an angle.
May i send you images via email privately for you to view?
Also, i think you are really onto something with The Birth of Venus painting.
I see the man’s face you describe, plus a woman’s face arched back and perhaps the lefthand curve of the shell as a breast?
Also, have you seen Michelangelo’s painting with God and Adam touching fingers?
The shape of God surrounded by angels and cape looks like the cross-section of a human brain
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One quick question…
I’m no art expert, but I do know that buffalo (bison) are native to North America. As the Americas weren’t discovered until 1492, how would Leonardo be able to paint one in the Mona Lisa? Just a thought, don’t know if you thought of this…
When was in Paris in 2005, I couldn’t but visit Louvre. But to Louvre came with sound recording equipment which was provided kindly by French. I found “Mona Lisa” and I began to write down the sound background created by numerous visitors, come to look at a masterpiece. The logic was simple. I will dare to note that any masterpiece possesses property of the high-structured information field. The person is too, in the basis, field structure. There is a contact of two field structures – the person and a masterpiece. In it probably art force. Those sounds, which people published, being in a masterpiece field (conversations, a shuffling of feet, etc.), were very valuable to me, they korrelyativno were connected with it. Having subjected these records to the most difficult transformational processing, I managed to receive absolutely improbable soundings. They brought many into shock, – in these sounds accurate identification with “Mona Lisa’s” portrait was observed. I made similar records and at the well-known sculpture of Venus. As a result, on to basis of these records, at me three works – “Knowledge”, “Stream” and “Communication” were born.
I was just wondering… Taking for granted that the crocodile is actually in the painting… how Leonardo would knew how a crocodile would look like. Did he traveled in Africa? Bye.
אירועים חוגגים באולם אירועים ברחובות מומלץ! וגם ב אולם אירועים ראשון לציון וגם ב אירועים במרכז
Hi Ron are you sure there is no crocodile in Pastoral Concert? I saw two possibilities myself. Possibility 1 is the flute player is sitting on a landscape shape head of a crocodile facing left with a tuft of grass where the eye would be?. possibility 2 is the white cloud apears to be a crocodile swiming to the right? not sure if my eyes are too good but worth a double check by yourself to confirm.
I found these articles interesting amd applaud you for your findings. My question is how did you go about getting these findings posted?
I just turned the picture another angle and found a woman looking towards me and also a different Lion.
Da Vinci would’ve been so incredibly happy that someone finally discovered the secret behind his painting, Mona Lisa.
I was wondering if there was anyway i could interview you for a news article?
This is a ground breaking discovery and I want more of Ohio to know about it.
PLEASE contact me asap.
Best of Luck discovering more,
“MONA LISA” when looked at as an anagram can spell “O Animals” or “Animalos” which is animals in Spanish.
In your “D” perspective photo on your resources page, I do not see the alligator as clearly as I see a leopard head – just off her right shoulder, as if it were sticking right out of her shoulder.
And most of all, in the same sitting-on-it’s-right-side view that you find the lion and ape, the most glaring and obvious to me is the bird! How do you not see the bird? The coiled fabric over her shoulder makes up the back with the tail feathers being the highlighted portion. It extends to the left with her left hand as the head. Her pinky is the beak and her index finger raised creates the crown of the head.
With all that said, I think you can “find” many things in many paintings, most of which are likely unintentional optical illusions where the brain is filling in the “missing data”. And with anagrams, you can often find something that fits your agenda.
Still, it’s all interesting……..
Another one for you: if you flip it the other way and lay it down on it’s left side, what was the mouth of the ape in the other direction now becomes the eyes of an ape face in this direction.
I think what you are doing is really amazing. I’m not an expert on art or anything, but since you weren’t sure about the part that says, “Give her too a vase in her hand full of flowers and scorpions and toads and other venomous creatures”, I wanted to point out that it really looks like a frog or a toad on her sleeve just past her right hand. The end of it’s leg (or foot, more like) would be right past the end of her thumb. Even the “leg” is bent like a frog. It appears to have a stripe going across it’s body, and has a foreleg protruding from it, and even an eye. If you still don’t see it, it’s head would be pointing directly towards the bottom right corner of the canvas. Kudos, on your interpretation and thoughtful analysis of this work. Very cool. 🙂
I really loved your work…you gave me some answers i always had since my study years ( i’ ve studied conservation of antiqueties and works of art). As i looked at mona lisa’s picture you have at the home page, i couldent help but noticed a dog face with the tongue right out of its mouth at the back of the chair where mona is sitting. I wanted to let you know, just in case you havent seen it yet. Excuse for my bad english…and keep up with the good work.
I was curious about the video and I was a bit disappointed. The head of a lion or ape was in the background of Mona Lisa so I’d say the woman itself is still mystery. And the crocodile…doesn’t make a sense. But in any case… good job 😉
Check out my blog on the Mona Lisa –
There is a passage on “Envy” from Leonardo’s writings that explains who she is. According to Leonardo she is “Envy.”
I’ll have more blogs showing other hidden images from the Renaissance very soon. Enjoy!
Will check, thx 🙂
Ron i seen you on tv tonight and wanted to email you some images of a drawing that i own. How can i do that? thanks tommy
Feel free to send email me at email@example.com. And thanks for checking out my blog!
However, you are using the word “infamous” incorrectly, even your old teacher used in incorrectly. Please look it up. Like it does not mean super famous or something. It means something that is famous for being BAD, and not bad in a cool, good way.
The attack on Pearl Harbor, the planes hitting the World Trade center, these are infamous events–master art works are not.
It would be super if you fixed the 4 or 5 places you used infamous and use the more accurate “famous” instead.
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