Witch Owls and Christian Saint revealed in Mona Lisa Landscape
Three Owls and St. Christopher carrying the Christ Child are seen hidden in the rock formations of the Mona Lisa's left landscape. Mystery-solver Scott Lund has just released these startling images that identify the end of a survey line that Leonardo da Vinci drew from the Vatican to the Childbirth cult site of Lake Nemi near Rome. The iconic painting is also known as La Gioconda and La Joconde.
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Proof of secret code in Mona Lisa revealed on 9/10/11 in Rome
Proof of the Mona Lisa Code was presented in Rome by Scott Lund on the date 9/10/11. At 3 p.m. Lund briefly addressed a crowd of people gathered near the ancient Colosseum, then led them to the tune of a bagpiper across the Tiber river to the top of the Janiculum hill. There he identified the Tempietto of Bramante as the site where Leonardo had his vision for the Mona Lisa. International coverage of the event included major Italian media such as La Repubblica, Il Tempo, La Stampa, and AGI. This discovery is waiting for a response from the Royal Academy of Spain in Rome (Real Academia de Espana en Roma), where the Tempietto is located.
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The greatest secret in art history was declared by Scott Lund in Rome on 9/10/11. It was revealed to be an ingenious optical trick that Leonardo da Vinci used to transform the viewer of the Mona Lisa into the pagan Sun god Janus who looks in opposite directions simultaneously.
Lund has identified the Tempietto of Bramante as the site where Leonardo had his vision for the world's most famous work of art. He states that the Mona Lisa is a personification of the elegant circular chapel built by Donato Bramante at the presumed location of the mythical citadel occupied by Janus at the beginning of Italian civilization.
“The Mona Lisa's landscape is not a fantasy, but a precise survey map of Rome and its vicinity. The survey cleverly defines the two extremes of religion, marking the center of Christianity on the right side, and the center of paganism on the left. The dome of St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican is one end of the survey, and the site of the cult practices of the goddess Diana at Lake Nemi is the other. A line between the two endpoints, 29.5 km apart, intersects the Tempietto of Bramante,” says Lund.
“Lake Nemi was the cradle of European witchcraft, and its location on the Mona Lisa was dangerously heretical during the Renaissance period. Using the pagan god Janus as the theme for the painting also implied Leonardo's heretical conviction that the sun was the center of the Universe,” he says.
In his book the “Mona Lisa Code,” Lund identifies the central figure of the Mona Lisa as a single soul shared between an expectant mother and her unborn male child. The dualistic theme of Janus is symbolized by the partial pillars on either side of the painting, and the god is also identified by the code words ANIMA SOL, which is a secret anagram for the name Mona Lisa, meaning “Soul/Sun god” in Latin.
“What tied the soul and the sun together for Leonardo is that he believed the sun to be the source for the vital force of the soul,” says Lund, “Leonardo also believed that all images, including the Mona Lisa, were the result of the sun being projected onto the soul at the back of the eye.”
“Leonardo was extremely logical, and the method of his genius is that he always sought out logical extremes. The opposite faces of Janus uniquely portrayed the metaphor of a land survey, which requires the connection of a straight line between two points,” says Lund.
According to Lund, Leonardo worked with Bramante at the court of Milan until 1499 when an invading French army sent their Sforza patron fleeing the city. The two friends then sought safety and new opportunities in Rome, which was preparing for its Grand Jubilee of 1500. The Mona Lisa was begun in conjunction with the groundbreaking of Bramante's Tempietto in 1502, at a time when Leonardo was known to have been in Rome. Their complementary projects were intended to symbolize the religious doctrine of the “two faces of the soul.”
Lund says that the radical stereoscopic illusion Leonardo crafted into the Mona Lisa exceeds the imagination of any Hollywood movie script writer. Billions of people have viewed the painting without suspecting the ingenious Janus-faced perspective that the grand master had placed them in.
Lund's historic visual presentation represents the last page in his book entitled "The Mona Lisa Code," 1st Edition (unedited); ISBN 978-1-4507-8133-6; Published in Los Angeles by Anima Sol; Copyright 2011; All Rights Reserved. It is available for sale by writing to MonaLisaCode@MonaLisaCode.com. The cost for a copy of this limited production edition, signed and numbered by the author, is $500. The book is also available for viewing at some of the world's most respected libraries and research archives. The author is currently writing a book about the Mona Lisa Code for popular consumption, and is producing and directing a feature film documentary by the same name. The Mona Lisa has been misunderstood for nearly 500 years. On September 10, 2011, the Mona Lisa Code provided proof beyond any reasonable doubt about its true meaning, and nothing will ever be as it was.
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