I think this is a marvelous thing you have posted, whether or not true, it's very observant and my God, you are right about the Pleiades, and another
thing, you notice where the lines between the stars are drawn, they align with the angle at which the person is leaning/looking, in my opinion. As
with the finger pointing.
If this is true, Leonardo was more connected with the universe than we will ever understand. What an amazing wellspring of creation he was. What a
And his women, the way he painted them, so beautifully and thoughtfully, does not reflect the modern opinion of his personal tastes. Clearly he
appreciated many things.
There is rumor that Leonardo believed Mary Magdalene to be the Beloved apostle... or so says the internet. She is depicted in his Last Supper in the
place of John. The person sitting at the right hand of Christ looks decidedly female. And Leonardo was not a man known to make errors. Every stroke
was willfully placed, that is how he lived his life -- planning planning planning, then doing.
I think you might be onto something big, OP. It's a neat thing, either way. I like patterns and this is a neat one.
"Consider the Pleiades" ~Book of Job
They are the star group referenced in almost all of the ancient European starwatching sites.
And Alderan, you know what, that is the old name of that star that points to them.
Remember Star Wars? Did Lucas know what he was writing or was ET writing his movie, eh?
Alderan is the FIRST WORLD hit by the Death Star.
I wonder wonder wonder what the willful purpose behind that was, if George is anything like Leonardo.
Compare the names of the two:
Leonardo: "Lion-Strength". A medieval saint concerned with the plight of prisoners.
He who closes the lion's jaws.
Vinci: the city of Vinci. To conquer.
George: "Earth-Worker"; Farmer
Lucas: "Light, Illumination" Old Gaelic
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The Light Shines in the Darkness and the Darkness has not overcome It
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