We’re gathered today for a possibly historical day,
since the Mona Lisa will be Decoded. Perhaps our most famous painting
and certainly the most famous smile in our history. I must say that this is the super-short version
and everything I’ll say has a lot more depth in the book. Also, be prepared for the unexpected,
because the Mona Lisa Code is quite unexpected. The first and most popular enigma of the Mona Lisa
is to find out who she depicts. Who is the Mona Lisa? The historians believe that she’s Lisa Gherardini,
Giocondo’s wife, as they discovered centuries later. Some conspirators claim that it is Lionardo da Vinci himself,
and some claim that it’s his lover & model, Salai. None of them are right and one of them is out of the question,
as we’ll see later on. Let me add that the “Secret of Secrets” of the Revelation of Mona Lisa
has remained hidden for more than 4,000 years. Because I found it in the Pharaohs,
in Christianity and in ancient Greece. As Lionardo da Vinci writes: “And so may please our great author, that I may demonstrate the Nature of Man and his customs,
in the way I describe his figure.” Therefore, we should focus on the figures of his portraits,
in order to find the Nature of Man. He clearly writes his Key down,
as we’ll see later on, so that no one may doubt the intentions
of the unprecedented Lionardo da Vinci, who even considers “their” writer.
“Their” includes his loved one, Salai. He also give to Salai the Mona Lisa painting which was
never delivered to Lisa Gherardini, as well as other paintings of his, with the funny thing being
that Lionardo in his will, calls Salai: “his servant.” And from these kinds of contrasts
you always have something to learn. Lionardo’s name is also a mystery since he signs himself
either as Leonardo or Lionardo. Why? Did he deliberately confuse the historians? In his manuscripts, though,
he almost always wrote “Lionardo.” We now see Lionardo’s signature on the Vitruvian man,
which is Lionardo and not Leonardo, as we currently believe. Lionardo’s prefabricated enigmas begun intentionally,
with the: “Leonardo or Lionardo?” The Third Clue that I believed it’d help me
to decode the Mona Lisa, was when I saw Salai’s version of the Mona Lisa. It’s not the Gioconda, it’s the painting next to her:
“The Monna Vanna” by Salai, or “Salai’s Mona Lisa,” Salai’s self-portrait. Because, it’s very possible that his lover would know
Lionardo’s big secret, as his loved one. Comparing the two paintings, one can see that
they have the same smile, the same position, and are in the same perspective,
with a difference being that Salai is both male and female and that he’s in a freezing environment. That’s why the mountains behind him are frozen. Whereas, in the Mona Lisa the background is warm, like in spring or autumn. The fact that in his Mona Lisa version, Salai painted his face,
in the place of Mona Lisa’s face, raises the question of: “Why did Lionardo hide his incomparably beautiful youthful face,
according to the historians of his time? And especially during an era which glorified beauty.” Lionardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa
does look like a woman and a man. On one side, her hair is here curly, while, on the other side it’s obviously straighter. More wavy, than curly. Mona Lisa’s famous smile now, reveals an irony, as if she’s ready to tell us the whole truth
and then burst into laughter. And we can see that,
because her right cheek is sulking slightly. One may see that she’s sulking from her right cheek. This one, compared to this one. Let’s focus now on Mona Lisa’s eyes and gaze. If you observe her pupils separately
they’re both looking at a different point. Her right pupil has a direction like this… And her left one is as if she’s looking at you.
It’s directed towards you. As with her eyes, in the Mona Lisa’s famous smile, the right side of her lips is straight and serious
and we can see here where that stops… While the left side is obviously smiling.
I think that we can see that they’re two different smiles. Therefore, Lionardo painted the portrait of a woman
who has two different and interconnected shining gazes and two different, interconnected
and expressive sides to her lips, which smile, but are also holding something back. What is, though, Mona Lisa’s personality? Because, it can’t be a coincidence that we
singled out the Mona Lisa specifically. Right after that, it came as an inspiration to me
to listen to my “little” inner voice, telling me to split the Mona Lisa into half vertically,
and compare her two sides, to see if her face is symmetrical. As we can obviously see, her face isn’t symmetrical.
No analogies there. And now we have the first Decoding of the Mona Lisa: Because the amazing evidence
comes from my memory, and from comparing the left half-face of Salai’s “Monna Vanna”
with the left half-face of Lionardo’s “Mona Lisa.” The resemblance of the features
is too impressive to be a coincidence. The lip has exactly the same curve and ending. The fleshy cheek, the reddish cheeks,
the exact same playful look, and the “Salai” smile, found in most of his portraits. Therefore with just solved Mona Lisa’s left half face.
It’s Salai’s left half face! But, of course! Why would Lionardo be an exception
and not express his love for his muse and beloved Salai in his favourite masterpiece? Now we know why Lionardo never parted from the Mona Lisa.
So as to always have his beloved close to him. So, we have answered one half of Mona Lisa’s identity. The one side is Lionardo’s favourite friend, pupil
and lover of almost 30 years, Salai. If Mona Lisa’s one half is Salai, then who did Lionardo choose
to unite him with, in his favourite work? Because, the more you observe the two halves of the Mona Lisa’s face, the more they differentiate from each other. They look as if they have two connecting but different personalities.
Two different people! The left cheek is rounded, while the right, with the same skin, is tighter and slightly sucked in The left half looks ambitious and smiling,
while the right one is calm and a bit detached. As if each one of them has its own ambitions, thoughts and dreams. The differences between the two half faces are easier to observe,
if you hide the one side with your palm. Meaning that, even though
I have them already separated, you can place your palm on your one eye and see the one half
and then place it on the other eye, and see the other, different half-face. Everything we observe in Lionardo’s work, is a result of
deep contemplation, and little or nothing is coincidental. So, the Mona Lisa is: “Two different half faces, united into one.”
The Mona Lisa’s first Key! And if the one half is Salai, the other-half can’t be
anyone else but Lionardo himself. Because, it’s almost impossible, that he would have matched
his lover with anyone else but himself. Looking for evidence to this theory of Decoding the Mona Lisa,
you realize how organized and what a genius Lionardo was, since, in order to overcome any doubt of whether
they are the Mona Lisa, he named her: “Li-Sa”. And if we follow the logic of the Decoding
and divide her name in half, we clearly find the first proof of the Decoding,
since she’s named: “Li-Sa”. The first two letters of the names of Li-onardo and Sa-lai,
just like in the painting. Meaning that, he divided and united their faces
as well as their names, into one! And they called her: Mona “Li-Sa.” Unbelievable?
The Mona Lisa truly has hidden secrets! Lionardo being the Mona Lisa’s right half face, also explains why he hid his beautiful face and why
he confused the historians with Leonardo or Lionardo? To be able at least through his art, to share his love
with his other half, freely and forever. To avoid further doubts,
because Lionardo left all the proofs, here is a quote by Lionardo,
where he states his Code clearly: “Don’t reveal, if you love freedom,
that my face is the Prison of Love” His face is the Prison of Love between him and Salai. Don’t reveal it, because their freedom is at stake
in those times of the Holy Inquisition, which outlawed erotic relationships between two males. How poetic are Lionardo’s thoughts? Love forever, even if they lose their freedom! These are the moments where you wonder:
“How many times he hid and glorified their eros?” How many times did he free them
from the Prison of Love? Mona Lisa’s Code truly opens a portal
to the rest of Maestro Lionardo’s works. Therefore, in the “John the Baptist” painting,
we may all have seen just Salai, but the truth is that his face is split and united,
just like in the Mona Lisa! The two of them together forever! The left side is certainly Salai and the right one can’t be anyone else,
but the young and very handsome Lionardo, connected now also in age, thanks to Lionardo’s magic,
as if they are the same age. Just to see how they would look together if they didn’t have
a 28 years age difference. To see the different faces clearer, here is Salai,
which is well known, and here is I think Lionardo’s best self-portrait, where we can finally see his real face
and by his own hand and when he was young, without a beard. Because, I believe but Lionardo had a beard in real life, so he painted himself without his beard,
so that no one could identify him in his paintings. This is the first time that we see what Lionardo
really looked like, and in my opinion he truly is very handsome. He cares yet has the curiosity
to be playful with us and enjoy himself while expressing their erotic relationship. For the “Salvator Mundi” painting, the art critics
have already agreed that the one half face was painted by Lionardo, and the other half face by one of his pupils. Which faces though, did he depict before he met Salai,
and which afterwards? In what other ways did he add
their faces and his own? In the novel, you’ll also find three more
self-portraits of Lionardo da Vinci. Also, three secret figures in the Mona Lisa
and the way the in love Lionardo figured out, how to have his eyes forever on Salai. It’s the Three-Dimensional Mona Lisa
by the hand of the unique Lionardo da Vinci. And now, the Second Level of
the Decoding of the Mona Lisa: Was Lionardo looking for the best way
to hide their love, only? Or did he hide something else much more fundamental,
which is related to Human Anatomy? What more did Lionardo know for their unification to appear so natural? My inner voice answered at the right question,
once more: “Two Natures” I’d never heard before of “Two Natures” and it’s impossible to
think by myself of something that I had no clue what it meant. The first rational thought was to look for precedents
or portraits with two different half faces. Research showed one very big precedent. As I explained before, you can hide the one side with your palm, and then the other side,
to clearly see that there are two different half faces. The most interesting thing about
this portrait of Christ the Almighty, is that it truly represents the “Two Natures” of Christ.
The human and the divine. That’s why it’s split into
two obviously different half faces. Certainly, though, my inner voice answered a question
I didn’t know, for the second time! Does my inner voice have
its own independent knowledge? The Second Level of Decoding the Mona Lisa
is about our personal balance, which we can even see in our faces
as we’ll see later on! Because Lionardo said that he: “May demonstrate the Nature of Man,
in the way he describes his figure.” And about his figure, he writes that:
“The shape of bodies is divided into Two Parts.” Here is another proof of Lionardo’s Code. And when Lionardo depicts the anatomy of the human skull, he also splits it into half and both of its sides are clearly
of a different type just like in the Mona Lisa. The Decoding of the Mona Lisa was always right in front of us!
It’s very obvious. This is the Mona Lisa’s Decoding. And to get deeper into the Second Level: “Do we all have Two half faces, united just like the Mona Lisa,
and is that why their matching up looks so natural?” The Lionardo da Vinci Code=With one hand you hide each half of your face
and then compare the two halves with each other. Then you realize that:
“What works in the Mona Lisa, also works for us.” We all have Two different half faces, so perfectly matched,
that not even you the owner have noticed it. We can prove the above statement
in our mirror right now, but it is also true of the faces of famous people.
For example: JFK’s face. His right side is the famous one,
but his left half face is the little unknown one. This means that if somebody showed us his left half face
and asked us to identify him, I don’t think that anyone would recognize him as JFK. Therefore, according to what we observe in ourselves,
our faces definitely have two half-faces, which aren’t copies of the same face
and even if they match perfectly, it’s as if each of them could have
belonged to a different person! Two different half-faces,
and two different personalities? The perfect combination of
our two faces and personalities into a Third one, our full face and our total personality? As we observed in the Mona Lisa: Lionardo’s half has one personality,
Salai’s half has a second personality, and the Third one is also different from both of them:
“The Mona Lisa.” The Second Level of Decoding the Mona Lisa is that: Whatever works in the Mona Lisa, also works in us. “We all have Three Natures!” Two other-half Natures and Personalities,
and a Third Nature and Personality, which combines us and decides for the three of us. How perfectly does nature combine our Three Natures? Let’s observe the Three Natures of Albert Einstein,
and how we can simultaneously smile and be serious. On his right side we can see a subtle smile,
as if he’s ready to crack a joke, and on the other side he’s very serious. If our face is split into two halves, then, logically,
our whole body is split into two halves; as we may observe in our mirror.
Because it’s not only our face split in two. We’re split into two from top to bottom! Our division, is not a copy of each other.
It’s asymmetrically beautiful and naturally matching. As we can observe from the picture,
the two halves of the body are of a different body-type, looking like they could have belonged to a different guy. The left one is hard as stone,
the right one has more meat. The nipples are at a different height and
the abdominals naturally create different shapes, even though they belong to the same slim person. Our one nature is the left one.
Our second nature is the right one And the third one is the total of them both. The one who combines all three of us.
The one that is now listening and considering the “Revelation of Mona Lisa.” Going further, according to the sciences of the 21st century,
we’re split into two halves throughout our creation.
As occurs in: our Cells, Chromosomes and D.N.A. Even if we believe today that the cells are
clones of each other, the truth, we have just found out,
is that they contain two different half cells, as it’s clearly shown in the picture
which showcases their differences, exactly at the moment of their asymmetrical division. Meaning that today the scientists claim that
these two are clones of each other Whereas in the picture we can
clearly see, that they’re not. Our Three Natures is also the reason why
some people’s eyes are cross-eyed, which we couldn’t understand how up to now. It’s also the reason why we have two brain hemispheres,
as we can see in the picture of them, whereas up to now, we didn’t know why we didn’t have just one brain,
which seemed to us much more rational. The most important thing is that you can NOT ignore
the new Anatomical facts that I’ve just showed you. Because, we can now even see our other half self
with our eyes and our microscopes. The goal is to fully understand them. Logically, the same way we’re split externally,
is the same way we’re split internally. And all of the above means that,
we’re not alone. We have two different selves to satisfy. Another proof is that we can’t have internal conflicts
if we have just one personality. Otherwise, who are we fighting with internally? The expressions that we have already accepted
concerning our Second, hidden voice are countless. Such as : “An inner voice told me,”
“I’m making amends with myself.” To which other-self are we referring? Logically to our Second Self,
who has its own mind and personality which we’re called biologically to bring to the surface, and thus,
harmonise our Two Selves, so as not to be unbalanced. Which means that according to all the above:
All beings have Two other half Personalities and a Third one which combines them. The two halves do the talking, the third one decides. All this is explained in the novel thoroughly. Therefore, our Three Natures may also be
the Foundation Stone of Psychology, in order to become a science,
since this is the first time that we learnt any Natural Law or rule about our inner world. Meaning that the anatomy of the Mona Lisa
is exactly like our inner world. We couldn’t have two different half faces,
but just one personality. It’s obviously a division which occurs from
the beginning of our creation, to its end, and that’s why we can see it, even in our faces. The psychologists are from now on called, to awaken the now de facto
Second and hidden voice inside us and adjust them to our Three Natures,
in order to cure their clients’ souls, or even their own. The best of news is that we’re all born from a very selective nature,
which matches the two other halves, mother and father, Ovum and Sperm, from hundreds of millions
of possible other halves inside the uterus in order to find those that match naturally. The incompatible, don’t get born. Therefore, we’re all born with two naturally matching
faces, brains, personalities and twice the strength, the wants,
the rights, the obligations and the dreams. It also means that we’re all living in a matching world,
where everyone is born to learn how two different sides can cooperate, from within. Meaning that the Nature of all beings
is to learn how to cooperate! What a relief… The more you learn about nature, the more you love nature. How, though, all of the above benefit our everyday lives,
in our everlasting quest to achieve our internal balance, as well as in our interpersonal relationships,
and even our social balance? How does Lionardo’s Code give birth
to another 45 original theories, while it is simultaneously a Logical Path, in order to end your internal conflicts
or even to Enlighten you? What is the “System of Natural Balance” and what are the workings
and the philosophy of “Tri-fair Demosophy?” Demosophy is a new democratic political system,
which derives from the Mona Lisa’s Code, with its central motto being:
“Everybody and nobody has the Power.” It’s a way to share the power,
based on the way that nature shares its power. All this is written in the book.
I can’t say everything today… The funniest thing about Demosophy, is that it’d be very funny if
many people like this new democratic system and the fairer political system,
once more originated from a Greek. What to watch out for during your coming of age?
What is the Nature of Humans? It’s the Fourth Level of the Decoding of the Mona Lisa,
and I’m keeping it a secret so you can enjoy it by reading it in the novel,
if of course you’re interested. The historical fictional novel,
based on 4,500 manuscripts by Da Vinci, with 165 original theories and
350 explained paintings & drawings as part of the plot, the coming of age,
and the Enlightenment of its heroes, is split into three very decisive eras:
The Renaissance, the 1800’s and today. All of them are “Seekers of the Truth” and the one advances to the next one,
like a relay race of knowledge. “The 29 year old guileless and sensitive Nicolas
discovers in Florence in the 1800’s, the secret and lost manuscript
of Lionardo da Vinci’s last pupil and heir, resulting in his decoding the world first
and then the famous Mona Lisa, experiencing Lionardo’s teachings
as part of his adventurous life, in between Florence and New York in the 1800’s. The conclusion is that: “We’re Three Dimensional
from Top to Bottom & Inside-out!” Also, the “Revolution of the Guileless” has just begun! The End of All Dark Ages! Now we can all become Enlightened! Thank you very much for listening.

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