Leonardo da Vinci and the hidden messages in the paintings. It’s well known that Leonardo da Vinci protected his thoughts with a form of secret writing: a cursive script traced out from right to left, readable only by the use of a mirror.
But if an Italian group calling itself the Mirror of the Sacred Scriptures and Paintings World Foundation is correct, da Vinci and his contemporaries may have been doing a lot more with mirrors than anyone has previously imagined. Read more>>>
View the hidden image formed on Mary's shoulder. This invisible face, hidden to the naked eye within Da Vinci's famous painting of the 15th century, Saint Anne, the Virgin and child, exhibited in The National Gallery in London, displays as a banner the Vatican's crown.
View the hidden image of Adam and Eve sinning in the paradise of the mind. This image of a half woman and half man talks about the biblical genesis, in which Adam and Eve are not human beings, but the allegory with which the Bible narrates the birth and evolution of the human intelligence, and that jointly with the corporal sensibility form the soul inside the brain.
View the hidden image formed on Mona Lisa's shoulder.