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Originally posted by uberarcanist
1. The image is too poor to make any inferences.
2. Even if the image was clearly discernible, Da Vinci's personal beliefs are not solid evidence of any sort of "Holy Blood, Holy Grail" thesis.
Originally posted by AnAbsoluteCreation
Originally posted by kleverone
I know that this has nothing to do with what is currently bieng discussed but Here is a website I created several years ago, just to voice some hypothesis of mine.
I checked that website out. Brilliant thoughts Kleverone!
Originally posted by earth2
I actually see it different.
My version marys head becomes the babys head. Or am I seeing things.
Your version I see no baby.
Originally posted by SEEWHATUDO
can anyone do a side by side of original and imposed?
Knife in Marys back and the strangle would match up with Davinici code theory of the churchs efforts to mar and snub Mary could also be a hint to the Pagan/Feminine beginnings of Christianity and the efforts of the church to demean the female.
Originally posted by redmage
Maybe I'm alone on this, but I was seeing the "Templar" in the pillar, not at the end of the table. I've somewhat outlined it on the weaker side for comparison.