Mona Lisa – The Image of God
They hide a spiritual secret: Leonardo painted the Mona Lisa as the image of God. Leonardo built the Mona Lisa with the proportions and symbols that can be found, for example, in the monuments of ancient Egypt, Stonehenge and the temples of the Bible. They contain the knowledge and memory of the creation of the universe – the sacred elements and the laws of creation. The purpose of this eternal knowledge is to guide people, through the millennia, to walk the path of spiritual enlightenment.
Leonardo da Vinci’s work diaries
Wherever he went, Leonardo da Vinci always kept her with him. He looked at it and studied it regularly, as if drawing strength and refreshment from it again and again. The Image of God is a guide for those who want to enter the eternal path of Truth, which many spiritual teachers in human history have testified about.
What can the She teach you?
Like anything, the Mona Lisa can teach you “nothing,” “everything,” or something in between. In addition to Leonardo himself, Mona Lisa taught at least one other person “everything and nothing”, but that does not automatically mean that this is the case for you too – everyone is called in their own personal way, although in the end everyone faces one and the same truth. In this section, it is intended to open up some of the main themes related to her , which are more or less familiar to every person searching for the ultimate truth anyway.
For example, the following things are related to the Mona Lisa:
- The dimensions of the Mona Lisa are the same as the Great Pyramid of Giza.
- She has an exact golden ratio.
- Leonardo belonged to the Pythagorean secret society.
- The proportions of her have created the conditions for life on Earth.
- The Mona Lisa is a geometric image of God (which explains the secrets of Stonehenge and the book Sefer Yetzirah).Her geometric dimension can be unfolded.
- Leonardo da Vinci’s great conjecture: “John the Baptist and Jesus Christ were the same person.”