"Da Vinci was up to an elaborate scheme....I always thought others painted better
than him and now we might really know why his paintings have been made into masterpieces---not for the beauty but for the BEAST."
— Dr. Joye
Visual study of Da Vinci works using image
overlay and inversion.
Woe unto them that hide deep their counsel from Jehovah, and whose works are in the
dark, and that say, Who seeth us? and who knoweth us? 16 Ye turn things upside down!
Shall the potter be esteemed as clay; that the thing made should say of him that made it,
He made me not; or the thing formed say of him that formed it, He hath no understanding?
This study of da Vinci's Mona Lisa using inversion and overlay seems to depict an image of the Black Madonna.
Hidden eyes, phalluses, symbols and snakes in Da Vinci's "St. Anne and John the Baptist" sketch reveals a dark and esoteric dimension to the famous artist and inventor. What was Da Vinci up to?
Read some interesting information about Da Vinci's bizarre life here:
For more information on this sketch:
Visual study of Da Vinci's Deluge and Last Supper
using image overlay and inversion.
Special thanks to Don Rogers.