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Sacred Feminine – XII

Da Vinci Code on Sacred Feminine – XII


Why only Leonardo?


As described earlier, Da Vinci presided over the Priory of Sion between 1510 and 1519 as the brotherhood’s Grand Master.


Leonardo knew where the Grail resided during his lifetime. That hiding place had probably not changed to this day.


For this reason, Grail enthusiasts still pored over Da Vinci’s art and diaries in hopes of unearthing a hidden clue as to the Grail’s current location. Some claimed the mountainous backdrop in Madonna of the Rocks matched the topography of a series of cave-ridden hills in Scotland. Others insisted that the suspicious placement of disciples in The Last Supper was some kind of code. Still others claimed that X rays of the Mona Lisa revealed she originally had been painted wearing a lapis lazuli pendant of Isis—a detail Da Vinci purportedly later decided to paint over. Langdon had never seen any evidence of the pendant, nor could he imagine how it could possibly reveal the Holy Grail, and yet Grail aficionados still discussed it ad nauseum on Internet bulletin boards and worldwide-web chat rooms.


Everyone loves a conspiracy


In the bizarre underworld of modern Grail seekers, Leonardo da Vinci remained the quest’s great enigma. His artwork seemed bursting to tell a secret, and yet whatever it was remained hidden, perhaps beneath a layer of paint, perhaps enciphered in plain view, or perhaps nowhere at all. Maybe Da Vinci’s plethora of tantalizing clues was nothing but an empty promise left behind to frustrate the curious and bring a smirk to the face of his knowing Mona Lisa.


[The Series continues…]


1 comment to Sacred Feminine – XII

  • hey…………..was dere conspiracies den also…………m surprised………..have fun dear & njoy honey……………….have a nice day darlin”…………..asta la vista baby………………….

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