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The Michaelangelo Code (Da Vinci wasn’t alone)

Almost everyone has seen Dan Brown’s “The Da Vinci Code” and whether you believe some version of it may hold truth or not it still made for a controversial film. Controversy is good. I love stuff like this, it opened up peoples minds to possibilities. Crazy or not, we already don’t know, whats the problem of trying to find out, if nothing is there then we’re back to where we started, no harm done.

Anyhow, I came across these pieces by Michelangelo that reveals he may have decoded thing sin his paintings as well. Now there is always the possibility things like this are coincidences but art was no game back in their time. Every single stroke of the brush had meaning so keep that in mind as you take a look at this.

To read more into the motives behind Michaelangelos painting visit

http://www.cracked.com/article_18761_6-real-world-da-vinci-codes-that-arent-full-crap.html

Lots of interesting stuff. Enjoy.

2 comments on “The Michaelangelo Code (Da Vinci wasn’t alone)

  1. cavepainter
    February 14, 2012

    Cool link, I’m browsing it now and I hadn’t heard of most of that. I think I’ve at least seen this comparison of michaelangelo’s painting with a brain before, and it’s weird how the curvature fits so closely for such a long distance.

    • psych0omantis
      February 14, 2012

      Yeah, I actually hated when people read too much into art, kind of like books, I always felt like teachers and historians just couldn’t accept the fact a lot in life could be random, what if there is no meaning, but then there are cases like this that open your mind up a bit.

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