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Leonardo da Vinci

 1452 - 1519 

 

Images of 20th century rocket ships and airplanes and futuristic, motorless starships were recently discovered within artwork created by famous Italian Renaissance artist and universal genius, Leonardo da Vinci! Shown below is a collection of some of Leonardo’s drawings and paintings that contain these hidden images. His artwork displays imagery from the old testament, to the 20th century and beyond! 


All the pictures below were captured from digital imagery of his original artwork. The discoveries of the hidden images were made by simply joining together mirrored images and/or applying different applications of lighting to each image. The same results may be achieved by scanning his artwork from any 20th century book or magazine into a computers photo viewer program and apply the different light sources. 


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A Ravine Leonardo da Vinci

Drawing:  A Ravine / by Leonardo da Vinci

Royal Collection Trust

Leonardo da Vinci did not title many of his works. He made this drawing (at left) circa 1482 and has long been known as “a Ravine.” The drawing shows a large plateau of rock formations surrounded with water and foul and different types of landscape. It was recently discovered as mirror images of this drawing are joined together along the bottom edge (red line), a modern-day rocket appears over 400 years before its time! (below, red circle). 

Santa Maria Della Nave by Leonardo da Vinci

Drawing: 

Santa Maria Della Nave 

by Leonardo da Vinci

Uffizi Gallery, Florence, Italy

Leonardo’s “Landscape Drawing for Santa Maria Della Nave” (at left), was created in 1473 and is his earliest known drawing. He was 21 years old and still working at Andrea del Verrocchio’s studio in Florence, Italy. As the right section of this drawing is cropped (blue border) and made into a mirror image and joined together (below, blue borders, pictures of 20th century aircraft are again revealed! (below, blue circle).


Within the blue circle (at right), a complete airplane with wings, prop, cockpit, and tail reveals itself! 

Santa Maria Della Nave by Leonardo da Vinci
Virgin of the Rocks by Leonardo da Vinci

Painting

Madonna/Virgin of the Rocks - by Leonardo da Vinci

Louvre, Paris, France

Images here captured from image of the Madonna of the Rocks painting photographed by the Center for Research and Restoration of Museums of France.

Finished in 1486, is Leonardo's first painted version of Virgin/Madonna of the Rocks. As different light sources are applied to the image, many different images appear that are unseen under normal lighting conditions. From the red border (at left), as different lighting is applied to the cropped image, from the Madonna's sleeve a motorless starship appears complete with cockpit canopy! (below, red circle)



Madonna of the ROcks by Leonardo da Vinci
Virgin of the Rocks by Leonardo da Vinci

Painting:

Madonna/Virgin of the Rocks - by Leonardo da Vinci

Louve, Paris, France

Images here captured from image of the Madonna/Virgin of the Rocks painting photographed by the Center for Research and Restoration of Museums of France.


Cropped vertically thru the tall, standing stone (left, green circle) and made into a mirror image (below, green box), a crystal rocket ship appears (below, green circle). Note the front-end of the starship when in a mirror image (below) acts as the rocket ship flame.

Madonna of the Rocks by Leonardo da Vinci, Louvre

Painting:

The Mona Lisa - by Leonardo da Vinci

Louvre, Paris, France 

Images here captured from image of the Mona Lisa painting photographed

by the Center for Research and Restoration of Museums of France.

 

Just as images appear within the Madonna of the Rocks, different images will also appear in the Mona Lisa. The Mona Lisa is made up of 30 individual micro thin layers of paint, glaze and varnish. Photographed by the Center for Research and Restoration of Museums of France, as different light sources in photo viewer are added and as the different layers are "stripped" away, letters and numbers and different images appear. In the image (below left) is the Mona Lisa painting in it's natural state. As different light sources are added to the image (below, center) note the letters, numbers and symbols within her lips and in the shadow just under her nose and at the outside corner of her right eye. Following the theft of the Mona Lisa, in 1911, the photo (below right) was taken following it's return to officials in 1913 at the Louvre Museum in Paris. As different light sources are added to this image appears the number 5 within the nose shadow just as in the recent photographed image (above center). Other letters and numbers are evident in her face but this image is of a low resolution and only the number 5 is in focus and still visible when enlarged.

Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci
Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci

Following the theft of the Mona Lisa, in 1911, the photo (below, left) was taken following it's return to officials in 1913 at the Louvre Museum in Paris. As different light sources are added to this image appears the number 5 within the nose shadow just as in the recent photographed image (above center). Other letters and numbers are evident in her face but the image below is of a low resolution and only the number 5 is in focus and still visible when enlarged.


Images here captured from image of the Mona Lisa painting photographed by media.

Mona Lisa, theft, Louvre, Paris

Painting:

Madonna/Virgin of the Rocks - by Leonardo da Vinci

Louvre, Paris, France

Images here captured from image of the Madonna/Virgin of the Rocks painting provided by the Louvre Museum.


The 3 images below are from a photograph taken of the Virgin/Madonna of the Rocks painting as it displays on the wall in it's origional frame at the Louvre Museum, Paris, France. The entire image  was "cut" vertically (below, left) and made in to a mirror image (below, center and right). As different shades of light in photo viewer are added, note within the images (below, center in red box) a face begins to appear between the Madonna's head(s). In a negative application and from between the Madonna's head(s) (below, right) the same face reveals itself!

In close-up and in a negative application (below, left) and in positive application (below, right) the face appears as more of a robot than of human orgin.


Images here captured from image of the Madonna/Virgin of the Rocks painting photographed by the Center for Research and Restoration of Museums of France.

REDISCOVERED: Leonardo da Vinci - 1452-1519

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