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The Mona Lisa Code - A secret vision of ultimate imagination . . .

The Mona Lisa Code - A secret vision of ultimate imagination . . .

Idealized Version of the Sans-culotte by Louis-Léopold Boilly (1761–1845)…

Idealized Version of the Sans-culotte by Louis-Léopold Boilly (1761–1845)…

The moment in time captured by Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa has been identified by visionary historian Scott Lund, who has released amazing proof that the painting portrays the soft light of sunrise on Christmas morning in Rome, 1500 AD. Daybreak on December 25th marked the most symbolic point in time during the Grand Jubilee that celebrated the renewal of the Catholic Church after 15 centuries. It was that instant which was frozen forever on the Mona Lisa.

The moment in time captured by Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa has been identified by visionary historian Scott Lund, who has released amazing proof that the painting portrays the soft light of sunrise on Christmas morning in Rome, 1500 AD. Daybreak on December 25th marked the most symbolic point in time during the Grand Jubilee that celebrated the renewal of the Catholic Church after 15 centuries. It was that instant which was frozen forever on the Mona Lisa.

What does it mean to ‘change art’? Art, in any definition, is so much a business of transformation that change is always and everywhere part of its nature, whether you think of it in physical terms (stone into statue) or in intellectual or spiritual ones (giving form to invisible things). No sooner has an idea changed art that art reformulates that idea, allowing it to recognize itself. Around the early fifth century BC, for example, Greek sculptors changed the way they represented naked…

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What does it mean to ‘change art’? Art, in any definition, is so much a business of transformation that change is always and everywhere part of its nature, whether you think of it in physical terms (stone into statue) or in intellectual or spiritual ones (giving form to invisible things). No sooner has an idea changed art that art reformulates that idea, allowing it to recognize itself. Around the early fifth century BC, for example, Greek sculptors changed the way they represented naked…

The Mona Lisa has one face, two souls, and many names.-- Scott Lund #MonaLisaCode #ScottLund #LeonardoDaVinci #TheMonaLisa #MonaLisa #Art #History #ArtHistory #Stars #Astronomy #Entertainment #Bramante #Tempietto #TempiettoDiBramante #Rome #Florence Scott Lund © 2010 | All Rights Reserved | Mona Lisa Code (SM)

The Mona Lisa has one face, two souls, and many names.-- Scott Lund #MonaLisaCode #ScottLund #LeonardoDaVinci #TheMonaLisa #MonaLisa #Art #History #ArtHistory #Stars #Astronomy #Entertainment #Bramante #Tempietto #TempiettoDiBramante #Rome #Florence Scott Lund © 2010 | All Rights Reserved | Mona Lisa Code (SM)

Scott Lund discovered hidden symbolic meaning in Leonardo da Vinci's "Mona Lisa" in 2007. The painting depicts a single soul shared between a mother and her unborn male child--a subject that Leonardo had written about. Soon, Lund had also figured out that the pervasive dualistic metaphor for the painting was the two-faced Roman Sun-god Janus, #MonaLisaCode #ScottLund #LeonardoDaVinci #MonaLisa #History #ArtHistory Scott Lund © 2010 | All Rights Reserved | Mona Lisa Code (SM)

Scott Lund discovered hidden symbolic meaning in Leonardo da Vinci's "Mona Lisa" in 2007. The painting depicts a single soul shared between a mother and her unborn male child--a subject that Leonardo had written about. Soon, Lund had also figured out that the pervasive dualistic metaphor for the painting was the two-faced Roman Sun-god Janus, #MonaLisaCode #ScottLund #LeonardoDaVinci #MonaLisa #History #ArtHistory Scott Lund © 2010 | All Rights Reserved | Mona Lisa Code (SM)

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