Leonardo Da Vinci: The Extra-Dimensional Messenger

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posted on Jun, 6 2012 @ 12:28 PM
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THANK YOU so much for posting this! It's beautiful and interesting. St. John In The Wild really has caught my eye, I can see SO much rich symbolism and meaning in it. The fact that the index fingers meet right there where the heart is, and it's illuminating!! LOVE IT! I definitely need more time to look at these and process my thoughts, but again, thank you, thank you, thank you!

Much love,
OnewithAll




posted on Jun, 6 2012 @ 12:39 PM
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So you're saying that the Mona Lisa is proof of extra-terrestrials? Symmetry can be created with any image when mirrored against itself. It just happens so that you're using the technique on the most famous paintings in the world. Cool trick but it doesn't mean anything.



posted on Jun, 6 2012 @ 12:41 PM
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Haven't read through all the comments yet, but I found a link to some other mirrored painting/drawings by Da Vinci. Here's the link: Da Vinci's World - Through Mirrors. Enjoy!

Much love,
OnewithAll



posted on Jun, 6 2012 @ 01:23 PM
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very interesting,
I remember an ancient aliens episode where they applied similar techniques to his paintings

Ancient.Aliens-The Da Vinci Conspiracy


www.youtube.com...
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posted on Jun, 6 2012 @ 01:43 PM
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just an interesting random thought... His paintings remind me of wall paper the way they line up..


What if he is the father of wall paper....


just sayin



posted on Jun, 6 2012 @ 02:12 PM
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Am I to understand that this is a thread about flipping a transparent superimposed image and being astonished at finding symmetry along a random point of convergence?

What is your methodology for determining the point of convergence?



posted on Jun, 6 2012 @ 03:07 PM
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You can do this with any portrait and get interesting results especially if you plot the composition just right. The paintings of old were geometric, even right down to the placement of figures (such as the famous triangle of figures). As an oil painter myself, I use such methods and when I do similar to as done on this thread, you get the same thing, except, Da Vinci is a far superior painter than I.
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posted on Jun, 6 2012 @ 04:05 PM
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Unfortunately, I am missing what others seem to be seeing. I fear this has always been the way with me and art though. This is why I have never been much for abstract art. I just could never see the hidden meaning.

Even those stupid mall pictures that supposedly had boats, and faces hidden in them I could never find. Now that I think of it...what the heck is wrong with me?



posted on Jun, 6 2012 @ 04:24 PM
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I personally (as a professional artist who has a BFA), think this is a bit silly... You could honestly do this with ANY piece of art, as long as there is no rule on where to apply the symmetry filter. If you slide around a piece of art while mirroring the other half, you end up getting a lot of symmetrical "forms" appearing (obviously). The thing about symmetry is that every living animal has a pretty large degree of symmetry (I'll add this source for the uninformed). If you force an image into a state of perfect bilateral symmetry (the same symmetry as a humanoid), people will start to see a humanoid. It's that simple.

When I saw this episode of "AA", I just laughed a lot and said to myself "They are totally scraping the bottom of the barrel..." - it was a REALLY weak premise (even compared to all the other episodes in the series which have all gotten pretty bad over the years). I'm not trying to make fun or anything, just adding my professional opinion. To the people who want those with dissenting opinions to just leave - some of us have issue letting ignorance run rampant and are mainly on this board to "Deny Ignorance" (our own as well as other's).

Just to add one cool thing to the convo (instead of just saying "I think you're wrong"
), There is this cool artist named Luke Brown who makes some awesome art based on his "Visions" of Inter-dimensional Entities. I'm pretty sure the visions are not naturally induced (the man does a lot of '___', not that I endorse it in any way), but they are accurate and some look a bit like these "Inter-dimensional Entities" that you guys have been seeing in the Da Vinci symmetries above (I still think that pattern seeking is one of the brain's favorite things and explains everything here pretty clearly, not that the art isn't cool).



posted on Jun, 6 2012 @ 06:21 PM
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Originally posted by Tanulis


St. John in the Wild, 1510




The arms look Masonic to me. Looks as though they make the Compass and the Square. Pretty cool pics, and an interesting theory!



posted on Jun, 6 2012 @ 07:13 PM
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Originally posted by manifesto
This is quite simply an over analysis. You manifest your own reality; therefore, if your looking for hidden messages in art you shall find them. It is all perception.

Its comparable to the guy who find a chicken nugget that resembles Mother Mary....



May as well borrow this post as it's pretty much what I'd say.

You are finding what you want to find and making the evidence fit the theory I'm afraid. I don't see any significance to this manipulation.



posted on Jun, 6 2012 @ 09:28 PM
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Originally posted by Goldcurrent
Even those stupid mall pictures that supposedly had boats, and faces hidden in them I could never find. Now that I think of it...what the heck is wrong with me?


You totally reminded me of mallrats with that, "hahaha you dumb b*stard, it's not a schooner it's a sailboat!!". thanks for the laughs and reminding me of that scene, pretty funny movie if you never seen it before.

Anyways, on top of the whole image thing. I think the OP debunks himself with the pic he made of St. John in the Wild. Now if you go here St. John Mirror image (this was posted a few back before and also, when going to the page go to image 6 for the St. John one). As you will plainly see it is two very different takes on what these otherworldly beings look like. They just chose different points to mirror at in the picture.

This pretty much solidifies the points from a few that people are just making what they want out of these pictures. Also, what else would you expect to happen when you mirror an image of people, you will get basically "alien" looking pictures. As stated before too, paintings back then were very symmetric and well thought out, nothing like how a lot of modern art is done today. So, it just makes it easier to create other worldly beings in the pictures, the art style pretty much does it all for you.

Anyways, i just really wanted to point out the two different takes on the two images. If it were a real code and the secrets were getting out, people would come up with identical results. Also, i just wanted to thank goldcurrent for reminding me of the mallrats scene haha.



posted on Jun, 6 2012 @ 10:15 PM
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Originally posted by TheLastStand

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This one looks almost like gay pornography.....


The possible message here is "As it is above; So it is below". Baphomet; Masonry etc.



posted on Jun, 6 2012 @ 10:26 PM
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I thought Da Vinci was an artist. Most artists are a little weird or they wouldn't be good artists. I call it weird but they aren't really weird they just think differently. This doesn't mean that artists are Extra-Dimensional Messengers though. But I suppose it doesn't hurt to wonder if it's possible
Now I'm getting the feeling I may be getting a little weirder myself.



posted on Jun, 6 2012 @ 11:06 PM
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I stared at leda all day. Looks like anunaki "ant friend" look at that thorax and thos mandibles haha



posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 04:17 AM
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Originally posted by Cheerfulnihilist
The intellectuals during this time idyl their free time pondering eastern esoteria that was uncovered during the Crusades. This knowledge they uncovered opened up western minds to eastern dualism, the origins of gnosticism have their roots during this rich era in which the common conceptions of the Christian mind was challeged for the first time since the Church's bloody beginnings. The one truth known to gnostics is that the Creator is the Demiurge, the same creator who happens to be the Christian god was also it's own devil, a strange, blasphemous idea that was venom to the establishment but salicious to eager, smart minds who love to talk in quiet circles away from Church ears. Da Vinci was using his art, like many other artists and thinkers at this time, to hide this great new idea, a kind of wink and nod to other "illuminated" souls. Afterall, the Bible states that God is the alpha and the omega, and idea that confuses many but is quite clear to those in the know.

You can trace the Enlightenment's origin to this unique idea as well. The same Age of Enlightenment that lead to the American revoltion and the birth of Republics and private ownership. All it took was the concept of the individual and the radical new idea known as Liberty and Freedom and it came from the idea that God and the Devil are one, an idea that was long forgotten and kept swept aside it seems....

My boyfriend and I were talking about religion the other day and he basically pointed out the same thing you did about God also being the devil.

My Mom is a Christian and my Dad a Catholic so when my sisters and I were young we were allowed to pick whatever faith we wanted, if we wanted one. There was a little Presbyterian church that I ended up going to for many years because the Reverend was really nice and the congregation wasn't too bad. I didn't go as much when I became a teenager cause I wasn't a fan of getting up super early on Sundays but kept up my own chats with God. When I was in Grade 12 I found I had too many conflicting feelings about the whole church thing to keep attending. I don't believe in the bible but I do believe in a higher intelligence through personal experiences in my life. Last summer I met my boyfriend and he started opening my eyes to all sorts of mind blowing truths. In the year we've been together I've become aware about the Governments & all their conspiracies. I learned more about ET's and then a couple days ago started to talk about the truths behind religion, prayer is a sacrilegious act and that God is also the devil. *BOOM* (mind blown :p )

As for the OP
Love the pictures. It wouldn't surprise me if Da Vinci did leave little hidden messages that way because he left hidden messages in his painting in other ways too. Through different light spectrum's and x-ray's you can see other little images Da Vinci put in his artwork. Brilliant mind.



posted on Oct, 23 2012 @ 10:27 PM
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Hey all, my first post here. This is an amazing thread and I thought I should contribute!
This first one is interesting. It is called "Profile of a warrior in Helmet", Seen here." (Da Vinci).


I did some mirroring and this was the result;





If you zoom in and look just slighty above center, there can be seen what looks to be an old man, his face and eyes quite clear. Almost looks like Da Vinci himself!
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posted on Oct, 24 2012 @ 06:06 PM
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I really like this thread.. and i've read most of the post so forgive me if I missed someone saying this


Davinci used mirrors to reflect his images.. the overlapping such as you all are doing is actually confusing his messages if their are some. I do believe a man such as himself did hide things.

if we could gather all the originals and post them so we can all copy them.. then all we have to do is go to our paint option cut them in various spots and angles and flip and paste.

Can i please request all the Originals to play with?



posted on Oct, 24 2012 @ 06:10 PM
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"And here is after I duplicated, flipped horizontally, and changed the top layer opacity to 50%, and moved the layer into position"

what a waste of time. you literally changed the image to make it seem like some sort of symbol and attach some meaning to it

da vinci was hired to paint for his benefactors. you can't even say he was inspired by faith or cash in most cases much less some ET connection

lol



posted on Oct, 25 2012 @ 03:16 AM
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Originally posted by syrinx high priest
"And here is after I duplicated, flipped horizontally, and changed the top layer opacity to 50%, and moved the layer into position"

what a waste of time. you literally changed the image to make it seem like some sort of symbol and attach some meaning to it

da vinci was hired to paint for his benefactors. you can't even say he was inspired by faith or cash in most cases much less some ET connection

lol


Indeed you change it. I don't enjoy it for any symbolic reference or belief though; it is simply quite stimulating, visually. As mentioned, you can do this with any artwork, and sometimes there are interesting results.





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