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Originally posted by MayorOfCydonia
Why did Michelangelo paint the picture the way he did? It appears that he was being influenced by an ancient source older than Christianity,
Originally posted by AlphaANDOmega
Dude this blows my mind! S+F! perhaps this could be a clue about the power of our minds, the link between our pineal gland and our higher beings!
[edit on 07/14/2010 by AlphaANDOmega]
Originally posted by conspiracy88
He's sharing with us the secret I'm sure he was privy to in his day with his many connections. The secret the church and illuminati don't want us to know. We are all gods. God is within us and our brains are capable of anything.
Originally posted by dragonridr
reply to post by Michael Cecil
the Sistine chapel has many panels telling the story of the bible the hand you see at the bottom is part of another panel. My favorite part of the chapel is the last judgment. Every time i look at it i see more hidden meanings. As far as the brain representation makes sense Micheal Angelo believed are greatest gift was are mind. And from this we were given are talent and abilities therefore everything making us spiritual was located in the brain.
This was contradictory to the time when many people believed the soul was located in the heart. Even the Egyptians for example considered the brain expendable as it wasn't one of the organs they preserved for the afterlife it was discarded on mummification.