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Leonardo da Vinci predicted a doomsday

March 15 2010
18:12

Leonardo da Vinci predicted a doomsday The famous "Last Supper" by Leonardo da Vinci contains coded doomsday predictions. This is the opinion of Italian researcher Sabrina Sforza Galicia. According to him, she even managed to read "subtle" message to the great master.

According to the Italian, who worked at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), and then - in the Vatican archives, Leonardo predicted that on 21 March 4006, the world will begin a process that will affect the very essence of things and will end on November 1. This process will be something of a doomsday or a flood, however, may turn and renewal of mankind.

As a researcher has made its conclusion is not fully explained. Reported only that Galicia to investigate not very "Last Supper" - a mural of the monastery of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan - and a copy of it made in the form of tapestry commissioned by French King Louis XII (1498 - 1515).

Italian claims that guessed a mathematical-astrological ciphers compiled by Leonardo. In particular, in the folds of the tablecloth on the table of Christ and the apostles, she saw a world map marked with the longitude and latitude. In addition, each of the 24 hours of Leonardo supposedly represents one of the 24 letters of the alphabet. Finally, she talks about the symbolism of the individual parts of the image on the tapestry: constantly repeating those eight, the shield of France, the signature of the Leonardo.

In 2009, Sabrina Galicia Sforza has already released a book on the tapestry. It is expected that she would write a sequel, which clearly favors the prediction of the code and da Vinci.

Meanwhile, scientists are eagerly awaiting permission to exhume the remains of the alleged tomb of Leonardo da Vinci. They are confident that a thorough study of the skull of the great scientist and painter shed light on the mystery of "La Gioconda."

"If we can find a skull by Leonardo, we will be able to restore his features and compare them with the Mona Lisa," - says anthropologist Georgina Gruppioni of the National Committee of the historical heritage of Italy. It was this organization that brings together scientists and artists, has taken on the mysteries of Da Vinci's masterpiece.

Vitaliy Nikitin

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