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The Mona Lisa and The smiling Hitler

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posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 02:50 AM
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Ok I know its probably not possible due to the paintings time origins compared to A.H.s' date of death ect but does anyone else see the same smile?
I have not the technical sobriety to post comparitive pics, but the Mona Lisa sure looks like a smiling Hitler.
Could they be distantly related?
Once I read something about Hitler really being a woman , who dressed as a man.
It may explain his mesmorising smile, that eerily resembles Monas.
Hitler only had one testicle?
Another two snips and hey presto .
Hess and Hitler ?
Is the Mona Lisa really Hitler?
Or was it a prophecy painting?




posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 01:28 AM
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Ok I know it was not an oil painting of a conspiracy, but was it that bad ?
C'mon fokls no replies no flags?
If ye study the Mona and Adolf am I that way off the mark?
And painting is what the young Hitler was all about?



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 03:10 AM
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Has this thread been force fielded?
I know the resemblance is not 100% but it is close?
No one can see the point of the thread?



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 03:15 AM
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I just realized how hard it is to find a picture of Hitler smiling. When I google "Hitler smiling" I get pictures of cat's with black spots on their muzzles and the like. They do have a similar mouth shape though. So who knows, really. Then again, all those old timey people look alike, don't they.


[edit on 16-6-2010 by MeSoCorny]



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 03:26 AM
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You have a point there mate , if one could find the photos to compare? no one I suspect could post them here ,that is beyond my nous.
From memory I know the Mona Lisa and the smiling Hiltler pics are very similar?
I can recognise people are loathe to pursue this anomoly, but its not about ideaology or right or wrong....its about oddness, if the Mona Lisa does portray a smiling Hitler, then it is worthy of attention?


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posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 03:30 AM
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So the Mona Lisa was finished around 1507-ish...
....and you're comparing it to the smiling Hitler...

..wait..what?



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 03:31 AM
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Well I think everyone here seems to be caught up in the oil spill threads (and who can blame them, eh?) But I find it very interesting that you brought it up! I like the weird threads. Perhaps you should change the thread title to this : "The oil Mona spill Lisa bp and oil the spill Smiling bp Hitler"



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 03:32 AM
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Originally posted by bvproductions
So the Mona Lisa was finished around 1507-ish...
....and you're comparing it to the smiling Hitler...

..wait..what?


Obviously DaVinci was a time traveling painter. He traveled to the future and decided to depict the tyrannical tranny in an oil painting.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 03:37 AM
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Originally posted by MeSoCorny

Originally posted by bvproductions
So the Mona Lisa was finished around 1507-ish...
....and you're comparing it to the smiling Hitler...

..wait..what?


Obviously DaVinci was a time traveling painter. He traveled to the future and decided to depict the tyrannical tranny in an oil painting.


That is the crux perhaps, no one can ogically explain the popularity of either Mona nor Adolf, yet their smiles entranced millions.
Some say Mona was a man, some say Adolf was a woman, so the intersection of the twos influence is intriguing?
Or was Hitler manufactured ,orchestrated to mimic the Mona lisa persona?
The Mona Lisa portrait entrances millions by virtue of an egnimatic smile, the uncomfortable truth is Adolf Hitler achieved the same by principally th esame method?
Study the two , deny ?....I doubt it,

[edit on 16-6-2010 by Dr Expired]



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 04:56 AM
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For those who think it's a self-portrait:


Portrait itself:


Young Hitler (not smiling but his head is in a similar position):


Now I've got Hitler in my pictures file
so I hope this is helpful



The Isleworth Mona Lisa, which is now in a Swiss Bank vault:
en.wikipedia.org...



Shortly before World War I, English art collector Hugh Blaker discovered the painting in the home of a Somerset nobleman in whose family it had been for nearly 100 years. This discovery led to the conjecture that Leonardo painted two portraits of Lisa del Giocondo: the famous one in The Louvre, and the one discovered by Blaker, who bought the painting and took it to his studio in Isleworth, London, from which it takes its name.
According to Leonardo's early biographer Giorgio Vasari, Leonardo had started to paint Mona Lisa in 1503, but "left it unfinished". However, a fully finished painting of a "certain Florentine lady" surfaces again in 1517, shortly before Leonardo's death and in his private possession. The latter painting almost certainly is the same that now hangs in the Louvre. Based on this contradiction, supporters of the authenticity of the Isleworth Mona Lisa claim it to be the unfinished Mona Lisa, made at least partially by Leonardo and originally handed over to its commissioner, and the Louvre Mona Lisa a later version of it, made by Leonardo for his own use.



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posted on Jun, 17 2010 @ 01:55 AM
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REmind me to contact you when one wants "Kill a thread Photos...!

The photos I was referring to were more akin to his smiling at the SS youth in Berlin during the last days of the war.
He exuded almost supernatural warmth as does the Mona Lisa.
If you could compare these photos , my thread would gather moss.
I cannot even upload an avatar, necer mind a photo in a post, OK Iam a fan of beer and scotch, bourboun,ect but only when I post, so some assistance would be appreciated.



posted on Jun, 17 2010 @ 03:15 AM
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Don't worry - I have no more time to 'help' you.

The Mona Lisa pictures are perfectly valid but there's a limit to how long I am prepared to look for pictures of Hitler.

There are some threads on ATS that explain how to upload and post pictures - usually by Asala or Ashley D. Perhaps you could do a search for one of them?



posted on Jun, 17 2010 @ 03:34 AM
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I'm not sure about that



posted on Jun, 17 2010 @ 03:38 AM
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I have not seen this photo before, is it a before and after portrait?
Mona Lisa may have been shaved in the final paint?
It is uncannily similar to the final painting?




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