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Leonardo Da Vinci

“Why does the eye see a thing more clearly in dreams than the imagination when awake.”

Leonardo Da Vinci

 Encounter of the Fifth Kind

Worth writing about

The cave

Found among Leonardo’s papers were a few personal anecdotes, composed just after his two-year disappearance between 1476 and 1478.

“Leonardo details his youthful adventure finding a vast and mysterious cave, he describes being on the edge of this dark cave, and saying that he felt terrified by the darkness of that cave and what might be within it. On the other hand, he felt a certain desire to try to understand what was in there.”

Important enough to write about

Because Leonardo mentioned the cave as one of the few autobiographical notes he ever made, we can hypothesize that visiting the cave was a very significant event in his life. So why would, Leonardo da Vinci, who almost never wrote about his personal life choose to describe and write about this cave. Looks like the cave event was important to Leonardo.

What in the world was he looking at?

Knowledge

It is known that Leonardo's artwork flourished shortly after his disappearance and its believed he hide clues and information within his art. Some of his most popular paintings have been discovered to have secret codes or meaning and his notes of inventions were far ahead of his time. Where did he get this knowledge from? Did he leaves clues behind in his paintings about his encounter and who it may have possibly involved?

Here are a few of his masterpieces that are believed to have a hidden messages.

Mona Lisa

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The Baptism of Christ

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St. John the Baptist

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The Last Supper