Thursday, December 06, 2007

God is a Sith Lord (Who Knew?)

Some people have just way too much time on their hands!

Did Da Vinci hide God's face in painting?

By Aislinn Simpson
The U.K. Telegraph

A new storm is brewing in the world of Da Vinci theorists after a mysterious group claimed it has used mirrors to uncover hidden biblical images in some of the great master’s most famous works.

The Mirror of the Sacred Scriptures and Paintings In recent years, art history scholars have unveiled Templar knights, Mary Magdalene, a child and a musical script hidden in the Italian’s paintings.

It is well-documented that Da Vinci, who lived between 1452 and 1519, often wrote in mirror writing, either in an attempt to stop his rivals stealing his ideas or in a bid to hide his scientific theories, often deemed as subversive, from the powerful Roman Catholic Church.

But now a group known as The Mirror of the Sacred Scriptures and Paintings World Foundation believes that he applied the same technique to some of his best-known creations, including the Mona Lisa and the Last Supper, to conceal mysterious faces and religious symbols.

When applied to the sketch The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne and Saint John the Baptist, which hangs in London’s National Gallery, the authors say the mirror image reveals the ancient Old Testament god Jahveh, who "protects the soul of the body’s vices" and wears the Vatican’s crown. (And is well skilled in the dark side of the Force, too, I bet!)

(More of the smoke & mirrors, here)

Above left is the sketch as the world knows it and the right is an image you get when you hold up a mirror to the right arm and elbow crook of Mother Mary.

Dude! God is a really old and pissed off Darth Vader!!!

Wow...that explains everything now.

We are so screwed.


Blogger Lemuel Calhoon said...

Looks more like one of the Soul Catchers from Babylon 5.

12/07/2007 10:30 PM  
Blogger Your Jewish Master said...

Or an executioner...

12/09/2007 4:09 PM  

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