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Salvator Mundi or 'Saviour of the World', depicts Christ with his right hand raised in blessing and his left hand holding a globe
In an episode of QI, Stephen Fry described Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code as "Loose stool water, arse gravy of the worst kind."
Originally posted by ParanoidAmerican
I recently started reading Jordan Maxwell's work on Astrotheology and he shows an interesting connection with Da Vinci "The Last Supper"
Currently a suspected work by Da Vinci is being authenticated in England
Da Vinci being authenticated
Disscusion Thread Here
I noticed right away the globe he is holding has a cross and what looks like the sky in it/on it, Jordan also mentions this Symbol
I think there is something here anyone else?
The Prior asks for Father Agostino’s help in finding hidden secrets in the painting and Agostino asks the Prior for help in solving the Soothsayer’s riddle. One day, Father Alessandro is found hanging, apparently murdered. While investigating this murder, Father Agostino meets Leonardo, who tells the Father that it was Alessandro who procured some rare books for him. One of those rare books was called The Secret Supper.
This rare book had Christ’s teaching such as the method for people to speak directly to God without clergy and Leonardo wanted to reveal it to the world. His idea was to hide the message in the thirteen protagonists of The Last Supper as a gibe against Rome. The teachings of Jesus to John and Mary Magdalene was aimed at showing how to find God within ourselves. According to Leonardo, Christ did not resurrect as a mortal body, but as light and it is depicted with one half of The Last Supper in light and the other in darkness. The novel ends predictably with the solving of Leonardo’s puzzle as well as the Soothsayer’s one...
...The focus of the book is entirely on The Last Supper and on the motivation behind each and every hidden symbol in it, including the knot at one end of the table. The people who modeled for the Apostles were people like Father Alessandro, after whom Judas was modeled and some others considered heretics. The man to whom Leonardo da Vinci (or Judas Thaddeus) is talking to in the painting is considered to be Plato. As the novel progresses more and more secret messages are revealed.