Mona Lisa, The Joconde unveiled

Mona Lisa, The Joconde unveiled

The painting, showing Mona Lisa painted in 1502 by Leonard De Vinci, was acquired by Musée du Louvre 30th years ago and admired by 6 millions visitors every year. The Joconde’s smile dissimulated its mystery for 500 years.
This mystery was partially revealed over the past years by researchers from CNRS, musée de France, Ottawa and Florence. These researchers discovered that Mona Lisa was painted on the frame of poplar (77*53cm), and that the sfumato technical used by the Italian master allowed to blur the outlines in order to integrate some characters in a blurry background moreover the dark veil on Mona Lisa’s head was found to be a Guarnello.
Guarnello was used by pregnant women or young mother. It is fairly safe to say that Mona Lisa was probably pregnant or a young mother.
On the base of these elements and using crypt codes and symbols from pre-Columbian civilizations, I contributed to shed some light on the Joconde’s mystery.
The mastery of these codes and symbols enabled elders to dissimulate in their production (painting/sculptures) messages delivered to future generations.
Therefore L De Vinci used “trompe-oeil” technic, applying successive translucide layers, creating a blur.
He also superposed shapers and colours which gave apparently unlinked contrasts.
In 2008, I have decrypted several paintings from the Master and his fellow painting.
Using their own technics, I was able to reveal hidden messages. For the following work I’ll limit myself to the Jocond’s painting, divulging part of the Master and Jocond’s thoughts.

STEP 1

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Lisa Gerardini born on June 15th 1479.

STEP 2

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Applying the tracing-paper on the copyright and using our method, the outline drawing searching and plough in the painting by L. De Vinci appear.
STEP 3


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The results from the tracing-paper reveal us several characters surrounded Mona Lisa.
STEP 4


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The tracing-paper and colored results give more contrast to the different elements of the shown scene.
STEP 5


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Two men, two children and two snakes are showing off.
The fingers of two hand of Mona Lisa are busy with the same function, linking the two rival groups.
STEP 6


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On Lisa’s right, her husband, Francesco Del Gia Condo who married her when she was 16 year old.
More down, under the Lisa’s right elbow, Francesco is shown, surprised, sad and supplicant: He is kissing his fingers.
On the Lisa’s right arm, a child on her bosom, it’s her first baby, looks again one intruder, in front of the Lisa’s left, another man appear: it’s her lover, he seems to have dominion over face to face between the two rivals. Down near her left elbow, the second face of the lover seems rather angry, just in front of the second face of Mona Lisa kissing him. On her left bosom she brings another child, her second son, her lover’s son!
This child suck his mother’s thumb and bite it, like the image of the snakes menacing each others.
At the left, one in backward movement, showing teeth, ready to strike. Nevertheless, the dominative intruder, has already bitten the lawful son at his mouth.
STEP 7


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Husband and lover are isolated to increase their presence..

After that work, we see that the Joconde married to Francesco, had a lover who is advantageous painting, getting younger, on the picture above.
With further works, I can show that the lover looks like a quinquagenaire which is effectively, the age when Leonard De Vinci met and painted Lisa.


Here is my interpretation of the message revealed by the Da Vinci painting.
D. Vinci was obviously in love with La Joconde . She became his lover by the end of his life while she was still married. Indeed D. Vinci took 5 years to complete this master piece and kept it secret until his death in 1519.
What other feeling but love could explain such an attachment to a painting.
As a conclusion, the technic allowed me to revealed particular stories or events in the life of Leonard De Vinci.
Since I have applied the same technic to decode other productions from the master and his contemporaries.
All the paintings surveyed are proved to be laden with unknown stories, invisible at the first glance.

At last, I have used quite similar technic to decipher crypted messages belonging to ancient civilizations and engraved in a variety of support, stones, carving and paintings.
Since 1982, I have accomplished a thorough study on pre-Columbian civilizations, Olmeco and Mayas. Those results will soon be presented in a book.

Feel free to contact me. Sincerely yours






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