posted on Oct, 21 2012 @ 01:00 PM
I have this information in another thread so I don't know if this is allowed in here? The other thread is addressing another subject, so maybe I
won't be kicked out...
I maybe made a find. In my research I stumbled upon Mona Lisa and noticed similarities in the relations between it and the Khufu Pyramid. Now, I'm
calling for all the visual experts and artists to comment on this one. Could my find be explained by Golden Ratio's and Section's?
I started with (I assume) originally scaled pictures of the Mona Lisa and the Khufu Pyramid. I divided the Mona Lisa and superimposed Khufu. They
match pretty well. The height of Mona Lisa matches almost perfectly the height of Khufu when the base of Khufu matches the width of the painting. Mona
Lisa's eye gets caught in the middle. Her lips start where the King's Chamber ends. The tunnels of the Pyramid exit where the painting diagonals
cross. To the right there is a valley road exactly where the entrance to the Pyramid begins. The Subterranean Chamber is located at her heart.
Where the entrance tunnel divides into the Great Gallery and StC Mona Lisa's gown turns from light to almost pitch black.
To the left where the hills/mountains are, their angle is exactly the angle of Khufu.
The Queen's Chamber creates a neclace around her neck.
Here is the King's Chamber and Mona Lisa's chin.
There are details matching, but I will let you comment on this one first. Thanks in advance!