Image 1. Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci

Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci, known as LEONARDO DA VINCI (Vinci, 1452 - Amboise, 1519). Portrait of Lisa Gherardini, wife of Francesco del Giocondo, known as the Mona Lisa (the Joconde in French). c. 1503–19. URL: http://www.louvre.fr/en/oeuvre-notices/mona-lisa-portrait-lisa-gherardini-wife-francesco-del-giocondo

 

Image 7. Sketch of Mona Lisa holding a reed

"Design for the Mona Lisa made about 1499 and attributed to Leonardo da Vinci", "Dimensions of canvas 25.50 by 20.50 inches", "In the collection of Giuseppe Vallardi, Florence" A charcoal and graphite study of the Mona Lisa attributed to Leonardo is in the Hyde Collection, in Glens Falls, NY. Attributed to Leonardo da Vinci, Italian (1452-1519), Study of the Mona Lisa, c. 1503, charcoal and graphite, 24 1/8 x 20 1/8 in., The Hyde Collection, 1971.71”

 

Image 8. The number 666 on the bottom left corner of the Mona Lisa del Prado

Mona Lisa. Anónimo (Taller de Leonardo da Vinci). Cronología 1503 – 1519. URL: https://www.museodelprado.es/coleccion/galeria-on-line/galeria-on-line/obra/mona-lisa-o-la-gioconda/

 

Image 9. Nude Mona Lisa by Salai (Gian Giacomo Caprotti)

Current location: Louvre Museum. Source/Photographer: scanned from: Klasycy sztuki, t.4: Da Vinci, pod red. A. Gogut, wyd. Arkady, Warszawa 2006.

 

Image 12. Left: Cow Mehet Weret (eng. Great Flood)

The Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead (Faulkner, 2011, p. 47).

 

Image 17. The all-seeing eye on the one-dollar bill

No copyrights, see URL: http://diplomacy.state.gov/documents/organization/101217.pdf

 

Image 21. The Hamsa Hand symbols

From the left: 1st: Image from the Symboldictionary.net a visual glossary. http://symboldictionary.net/?p=1949 2nd: Found from pintarest.com by dina tita. Original source: http://judaism.about.com/od/judaismbasics/a/whatisahamsa.htm 3rd: Image: A hand of Miriam charm, with fish on. Taken from The Dangerously Truthful Diary of a Sicilian Housewife. http://siciliangodmother.com/2013/12/02/how-to-protect-yourself-against-the-evil-eye/ 4th: Taken from original description of the image: icon for wikipedia WikiProject Visual arts - I created it and release it to public domain. Author: Fluff. 5th: Images from the website http://www.luckymojo.com/mojocatamulets.html by Lucky Mojo Curio Co.

 

Image 22. The Mano Pantea symbol

The Mano Pantea symbol by Frederick Thomas Elworthy, The Evil Eye [1895], at sacred-texts.com.

 

Image 24. Virgin on the Rocks –stereogram: Virgin of the Rocks, Louvre (left). Virgin of the Rocks, National Gallery UK (right).

Left: Leonardo di ser Piero DA VINCI, dit Léonard de Vinci (Vinci, 1452 - Amboise, 1519), La Vierge aux rochers. URL: http://www.louvre.fr/en/oeuvre-notices/virgin-rocks Right: The Virgin of the Rocks, about 1491/2-9 and 1506-8, Leonardo da Vinci. URL: http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/leonardo-da-vinci-the-virgin-of-the-rocks

 

Image 35. Left: Earth and Moon in miles. Right: Dimensions simplified (divided by 720).

There are several websites, on which people claim to be the first ones to draw this sort of geometric image. Still one of the earliest has been e.g. Warren, C (1903): The Ancient Cubit and our weights and measures. London: The committee of the Palestine exploration fund.

 

Image 44. Stonehenge (Encyclopædia Britannica Inc., 2014) and Image of the All

Encyclopædia Britannica Inc. (2014). Stonehenge (from top) c. 3100 bce, c. 2100 bce, and c. 1550 bce, near Salisbury in Wiltshire, Eng. Retrieved 3 6, 2014, from © English Heritage. URL: http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/media/127417/Diagram-of-Stonehenge-as-it-appeared-1550-BCE?topicId=567331

 

Image 48. Anima Sol in sevenfold alchemy image

Title: Azoth, sive aureliae occcultae philosophorum, materiam primam, et decantatum illum lapidem philosophorum filiis hermetis solide, perspicue & dilucide explicantes, per aenigma philosophicum, colloquium parabolicum, tabulam smaragdinam hermetis, symbola, parabolas & figuras Saturni, F. Basilii Vicentini / Georgio Beato interprete. (Image on the page 66) Author: Beatus, Georg [1580-ca. 1632]; Basilius < Valentinus, Benediktiner > [1394-ca. 1450] Printed: Francofurti, MDCXIII [1613] URL: http://www.e-rara.ch/doi/10.3931/e-rara-24886

 

Image 50. Christ with Mano Pantea hand and a crystal sphere in Salvator Mundi by Leonardo da Vinci

Source: Salvator Mundi by Leonardo da Vinci. Artdaily.org: London National Gallery Says It will Show Lost Leonardo. By: Deepti Hajela, Associated Press; Ula Ilnytzky, Associated Press.

 

Image 51. The Trinity of Mona Lisas

Mona Lisa of Louvre, see Image 1 and Mona Lisa del Prado, see Image 8. Mona Lisa Isleworth, unknown painter after Leonardo da Vinci. In Private collection of the Mona Lisa Foundation Switzerland. URL: http://monalisa.org/wp-content/themes/mona-lisa/assets/images/new_large.jpg

 

Image 52. Mona Lisa mirrored with the older male figure

Leonardo da Vinci, presumed Self-portrait, c. 1512. URL: http://www.wga.hu/frames-e.html?/html/l/leonardo/08heads/12selfpo.html

 

Image 63. Left: Allegory of Envy Riding on Death, c. 1484-6. Right: Allegory of Pleasure and Pain, c. 1484-6.

These pictures are from the Library of Christ Church College, Oxford (inv. JBS 17r & 17v). Also found in e.g. (Suh, 2005; Maiorino, 1992; Nicholl, 2005).

 

Image 65. Saint John the Baptist, known as Bacchus

Workshop of Leonardo da Vinci (1452–1519), Saint John the Baptist, known as Bacchus, the Musée du Louvre. Image via Wikimedia Commons. URL: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Bacchus (painting).jpg

 

Image 66. The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci with its highlights (Appendix 10)

The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci, location: Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan. Image via Wikimedia Commons. URL: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:%C3%9Altima_Cena_-_Da_Vinci_5.jpg

 

Image 67. St. John the Baptist by Leonardo da Vinci

Saint John the Baptist by Leonardo da Vinci. Musée du Louvre, Atlas database: entry 13846. Image vie Wikimedia Commons. URL: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Leonardo_da_Vinci_-_Saint_John_the_Baptist_C2RMF_retouched.jpg

 

Image 68. Left: St. John the Baptist. Right: The Incarnate Angel, workshop of Leonardo.

Left: See Image 67. Right: The Angel in the Flesh, recto and verso (with three Greek words) c. 1513-1515. Private collection. See e.g. Vezzosi, Alessandro (2004): Leonardo e lo sport: arte, scienza, tecnica e mito, p. 18. Firenze, Italy. ISBN: 8809038541, 9788809038547.

 

Images 69. Vignette of Osiris – the Father God, the rock base is highlighted, AND Image 70. The udjat-eye stands on an elaborate collar which is the hieroglyphic sign for ‘gold’, AND Image 72. Spell 185, AND Image 74. Spell 125, AND Image 75. Spell 185 and 186

Faulkner, R. (2011). The Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead. London: The Trustees of the British Museum.

 

Image 73. The name of Horus

Adkins, L., & Adkins, R. (2003). The Little Book of Egyptian Hieroglyphs. (J. Toivari-Viitala, Trans.) Keuruu: Atena Kustannus Oy, Otavan Kirjapaino Oy.

 

Image 76. Left: The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne and Saint John the Baptist

The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne and the Infant Saint John the Baptist ('The Burlington House Cartoon'). Leonardo da Vinci. The National Gallery, London 2015. (Image NG6337). URL: http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/leonardo-da-vinci-the-burlington-house-cartoon

 

Image 78. The seven parts of the human heart linked to the seven chakras with Knowledge and Life

Background of Image 78 is a drawing by K Vohsen. Otherwise, see www.houseoftruth.education, 2015.

 

Image 80. Mona Lisa turns into the Vitruvian Man

Source of the Vitruvian Man: Leonardo da Vinci, “Uomo Vitruviano” Gallerie dell’Accademia, Venezia, 228r. URL: http://brunelleschi.imss.fi.it/stampa_leonardo/pages/uomo_vitruviano_accademia_venezia.html

 

Image 81. Star of Lakshmi and ‘four circles’ highlighted

Source: History of Science and Technology Digital Archive, Biblioteca Leonardiana, 2007. URL: http://www.leonardodigitale.com/index.php Original source: Codex Atlanticus 264r and 432v.

 

Notice: All the other images are made by House of Truth.

 

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