Tuesday, July 31, 2007


I hate to be a naysayer or a party pooper or an anti-conspiracy guy but aren’t we all a little tired of the Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper hidden meanings, cracking the code thing?

I think if Di Vinci was alive today he would say something like "Guys, Guys, Guys it’s just a painting ok".

Here is the latest Last Supper
Did Leonardo Da Vinci Conceal Images in The Last Supper?

By super-imposing the reversed image on the original image, Pesci discovered what appears to be a figure holding a baby (center left). The image also appears to show Templar knights standing at opposite ends of the long table.

"I came across it by accident, from some of the details you can infer that we are not talking about chance but about a precise calculation," Pesci told journalists during a press conference earlier this week.

I’m a little suspicious of the “I came across it by accident” part.

I guess this Pesci guy just happened to reverse the image and super-impose it on the other image. Plus where is the baby?
I'm still looking.

Anyway so I decided to see if there was anything to this and thought I would start with De Vinci’s Mona Lisa and check for any hidden codes.

1. I first started with the painting in the normal position
2. Then I reversed the image of the painting
3. Then I turned the painting upside down
4. Then I super-imposed the upside down reversed image to the normal image
5. Then I accidentally moved the upside reversed image down and to the right a bit

I could not believe my eyes

The mystery of Mona Lisa was solved the code was broken.

Mona Lisa was strangled probably by De Vinci himself


unca said...

Well, I literally laughed out loud with this one. Nice going, Blogball.

Dx said...

Are you crazy, or what? How long did it take you to do your Mona Lisa experiment? What are your plans for other major art pieces and will you be writing a bestseller? Do NOT go near Picasso's stuff if you want to remain sane.

blogball said...

Thanks for the comments:
dx, it took me many long hours in my conspiracy laboratory to break the Mona Lisa code.

I’m currently working on some Van Gogh paintings.

I think I might have located his ear that he cut off hidden in his wheat field painting.