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Now Slavisa Pesci, an information technologist and amateur scholar, says superimposing the "Last Supper" with its mirror-image throws up another picture containing a figure who looks like a Templar knight and another holding a small baby.
MILAN (Reuters) - A new theory that Leonardo's "Last Supper" might hide within it a depiction of Christ blessing the bread and wine has triggered so much interest that Web sites connected to the picture have crashed.
When doing so, Pesci said he observed, for example, that the two figures on either end of the long table appear to become knights, and that another figure appears to be holding an infant.
Originally posted by AccessDenied
I can see the figure that appears to be holding an infant.Everything else is all jumbled and I can't make out a Templar Knight anywhere? Can you see it earth2?
Originally posted by Grock
I dont see anything that would differentiate the figure(s) from any other figure(s) there. In other words, what exactly makes that person(s) a Knights Templar? Why not a Jedi Knight for that matter? see what im saying? is there a symbol or something on him that specificly makes him a member of the Knights Templar?
Interesting but lacking further evidence imho.
Originally posted by SEEWHATUDO
Anyone else see how Mary/John (whichever you believe) looks like she/he is being either strangled or hugged? the arm around her neck... The superimposed image does is amazing and doesnt look accidental to me, mor studying could find some interesting things.