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[link to davincirevelation.blogspot.com]

You must read the analysis paper and then judge for yourself.

There were so many optical illusions and hidden elements in the painting that I am sure that you will find even more.

My Press release:

October 4, 2012

Vallejo, Ca.


The newly discovered Da Vinci painting, hailed Da Vinci’s Last Commission, may prove once and for all Leonardo Da Vinci encoded heretical secrets in his paintings pointing to Mary Magdalene’s position as Jesus’ wife.

Ariadne Green, a symbols expert, has uncovered a set of astonishing clues in the painting’s composition that experts at Sotheby’s and Christie’s failed to notice and that support the owner’s (Fiona McLaren) claim that the subject of the composition is not the Virgin but Mary Magdalene.

Green set out to put the pieces of the complex puzzle together and has published her analysis and interpretation of the painting of the Madonna and Child in a paper titled, Da Vinci’s Last Testament [see link]. She confesses that in the first hours of examining the composition, it looked like any other generic Madonna and Child with John the Baptist, a common composition of the High Renaissance. However, after re-examining it over the course of several weeks, she was astonished by how much was cleverly concealed.

She was intrigued by certain peculiarities in composition such as the Madonna’s hand having both male and female characteristics, John the Baptist’s missing foot, a Christ infant without halo, and optical illusions emerging as ghostly faces in an area of the painting that was misidentified as an unfinished portion. But the most obvious heretical clue was the inexplicable mark of a fleur-de-lei tattoo on the Madonna’s chest. In the 21st century that would not raise many eyebrows, but in Da Vinci’s era of the 16th century tattoos were reserved for criminals going to the gallows or considered a pagan practice and therefore forbidden by the church. Green points out that the fleur-de-lei was emblematic of the Magdalene bloodline and is only one of several important clues that point to the fact that the Madonna in the painting is not the Virgin Mary, but Mary Magdalene.

Green says, the façade of a Madonna, dressed in her traditional attire, faded away to reveal what the “master” Leonardo Da Vinci encoded and envisioned: a heretical masterpiece composed of arcane symbols, optical illusions, purposeful omissions and layered meanings to put forth his last testament. The subject of this testament was two-fold. Firstly, Mary Magdalene was the Bride of Christ and she holds their son. And secondly, the elderly Leonardo, who was by now crippled by a stroke, had envisioned his own death and wished to convey his spiritual conversion.

On the heels of the discovery of the Jesus’ Wife papyrus, this discovery causes us to wonder if there was more fact than fiction to Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code. Mary Magdalene rises in front of us again.

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Ariadne Green is an author and dream and symbols expert best know for her book, Ariadne’s Book of Dreams: A Dictionary of Ancient and Contemporary Symbols, Warner Books, 2001.

Links: Da Vinci’s Last Testament- [link to www.ariadnegreen.com]

Website: [link to www.ariadnegreen.com]
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it appears to be a baphomet sign, as it is above so it is below, means God rules in heaven but satan rules the earth, Idol1Idol1Idol1the crossed fingers that point up (God) say that they are double crossing God, and tricking people into thinking Jesus is God.
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[link to www.pbs.org]

Karen King, a professor of early Christianity at Harvard Divinity School, announced a rather controversial finding on Tuesday: a fragment of papyrus, no bigger than a credit card, that could provide evidence that Jesus was married.

The text, pictured below, is written in Coptic and likely translated from a 2nd century Greek text, contains a line of dialogue in which Jesus refers to "my wife."
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[link to davincirevelation.blogspot.com]

You must read the analysis paper and then judge for yourself.

There were so many optical illusions and hidden elements in the painting that I am sure that you will find even more.

My Press release:

October 4, 2012

Vallejo, Ca.


The newly discovered Da Vinci painting, hailed Da Vinci’s Last Commission, may prove once and for all Leonardo Da Vinci encoded heretical secrets in his paintings pointing to Mary Magdalene’s position as Jesus’ wife.

Ariadne Green, a symbols expert, has uncovered a set of astonishing clues in the painting’s composition that experts at Sotheby’s and Christie’s failed to notice and that support the owner’s (Fiona McLaren) claim that the subject of the composition is not the Virgin but Mary Magdalene.

Green set out to put the pieces of the complex puzzle together and has published her analysis and interpretation of the painting of the Madonna and Child in a paper titled, Da Vinci’s Last Testament [see link]. She confesses that in the first hours of examining the composition, it looked like any other generic Madonna and Child with John the Baptist, a common composition of the High Renaissance. However, after re-examining it over the course of several weeks, she was astonished by how much was cleverly concealed.

She was intrigued by certain peculiarities in composition such as the Madonna’s hand having both male and female characteristics, John the Baptist’s missing foot, a Christ infant without halo, and optical illusions emerging as ghostly faces in an area of the painting that was misidentified as an unfinished portion. But the most obvious heretical clue was the inexplicable mark of a fleur-de-lei tattoo on the Madonna’s chest. In the 21st century that would not raise many eyebrows, but in Da Vinci’s era of the 16th century tattoos were reserved for criminals going to the gallows or considered a pagan practice and therefore forbidden by the church. Green points out that the fleur-de-lei was emblematic of the Magdalene bloodline and is only one of several important clues that point to the fact that the Madonna in the painting is not the Virgin Mary, but Mary Magdalene.

Green says, the façade of a Madonna, dressed in her traditional attire, faded away to reveal what the “master” Leonardo Da Vinci encoded and envisioned: a heretical masterpiece composed of arcane symbols, optical illusions, purposeful omissions and layered meanings to put forth his last testament. The subject of this testament was two-fold. Firstly, Mary Magdalene was the Bride of Christ and she holds their son. And secondly, the elderly Leonardo, who was by now crippled by a stroke, had envisioned his own death and wished to convey his spiritual conversion.

On the heels of the discovery of the Jesus’ Wife papyrus, this discovery causes us to wonder if there was more fact than fiction to Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code. Mary Magdalene rises in front of us again.

_____

Ariadne Green is an author and dream and symbols expert best know for her book, Ariadne’s Book of Dreams: A Dictionary of Ancient and Contemporary Symbols, Warner Books, 2001.

Links: Da Vinci’s Last Testament- [link to www.ariadnegreen.com]

Website: [link to www.ariadnegreen.com]
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Yeah cause it's true. The jewish masonic jesus probably did marry mary magdalene. And he is in hell with her and all their childrem with his mother mary and joseph and anne and joquim or whatever his name is and David,solomon,that jewish peter,and jewish freemason john the baptist and haha all the people from the bible. Haha you idiot Christ is God you know Our Lady's son.
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What's that thing sticking out the back of the baby's head? Sorry, didn't find the info to read, but just the pic itself.

If that is Mary, then is that Jesus and John the Baptist, and John looking at baby Jesus while pointing to a baby lamb (of God). Or is that Mary M, with Jesus' offspring? If so then who is the other child pointing at their offspring?

It reminded me of that pic of Prince Willie on the cover of Time Mag holding that baby lamb.

So if Jesus was married, had offspring, then I have no doubt in my mind this offspring became very corrupt...

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There are three classes of people: those who see, those who see when they are shown,
those who do not see. - Leonardo Da Vinci
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actually I have to deflate Ariadne's observations; firstly there are three fleur de lys in the nimbus of the child plus a palm b; St John the Baptist does have a foot, it is not unfinished; and the list goes on; if you want a true observation and critique of the painting I suggest you read da Vinci's last Commission. Everybody is welcome to speculate, that is the joy of this, but to categorically affirm certain observations is unworthy of the critic.
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actually I have to deflate Ariadne's observations; firstly there are three fleur de lys in the nimbus of the child plus a palm b; St John the Baptist does have a foot, it is not unfinished; and the list goes on; if you want a true observation and critique of the painting I suggest you read da Vinci's last Commission. Everybody is welcome to speculate, that is the joy of this, but to categorically affirm certain observations is unworthy of the critic.
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Sorry, but you still miss the point: it is not that there were actually more fleur de lys than this expert claims but that there is a TATTOO on the woman's chest. This would be unthinkable if she were meant to be Jesus's mother for the reason the expert gave. It definitely indicates that da Vinci meant to indicate that he was depicting Mary Magdalene, not the Virgin Mary, and therefore that she was the wife of Jesus and the baby was their child - a heretical statement for which he could have burnt at the stake. So stop obscuring the main issue with this nit-picking.
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[link to www.pbs.org]

Karen King, a professor of early Christianity at Harvard Divinity School, announced a rather controversial finding on Tuesday: a fragment of papyrus, no bigger than a credit card, that could provide evidence that Jesus was married.

The text, pictured below, is written in Coptic and likely translated from a 2nd century Greek text, contains a line of dialogue in which Jesus refers to "my wife."
 Quoting: Waterbug


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Look at the (her) left side of the woman's halo. You will see the ghostly, grey face of a man looking over her shoulder. This is the deceased spirit of her husband, Jesus.

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