One of the most famous paintings in the world, which is beyond brilliant, is the 15th-century painting known as “The Last Supper.” But, did you know that there is a message hidden between the brushstrokes of Leonardo Da Vinci?
Leonardo Da Vinci is an Italian Renaissance artist with much of his work gaining further light in recent times because of the Dan Brown series “The Da Vinci Code.” He has a lot of notable works, and some of them are The Mona Lisa, The Last Supper, and The Vitruvian Man. The focus of this article is that of “The Last Supper.”
What many people do not know is that Da Vinci had incredible achievements which he managed to achieve outside of his artwork. He was not just an artist, but he was also a writer, inventor, architect, engineer, mathematician, anatomist, as well as an alchemist in many aspects.
What he achieved in his life spans what most people would deem achievable in many lifetimes, but much work has also been shrouded in mystery.
The one that unveiled the brilliant hidden message in Da Vinci’s “The Last Supper” was a Canadian-born author and mystic, named Manly Palmer Hall.
He is probably most famous for his work The Secret Teachings of All Ages: An Encyclopedic Outline of Masonic, Hermetic, Kabbalistic and Rosicrucian Symbolical Philosophy, which was widely regarded as his magnum opus. He has also been widely recognized as a leading scholar in religion, as well as mythology, mysticism, and the occult.
In 1973, he was recognized as a 33* Mason, which is the highest honor that is given by the Supreme Council of the Scottish Rite, notwithstanding the fact that he was never being initiated into the physical craft.
In our ancient world, many of our greatest minds were initiates of these mystery schools like Percales, Buddha, Lao Tzu, Zoroaster, Plato, Socrates, Aristotle, Pythagoras, Herodotus, Plutarch, Hippocrates, Euclid, Democritus- all of them trained in the great mystery schools of Egypt and Greece. They all established wisdom which has nourished their civilizations.
From the recent history, many initiates from the ancient mystery schools have been found which included Leonardo Da Vinci, Botticelli, Sir Isaac Newton, Copernicus, William Shakespeare, John Dee, Francis Bacon and George Washington, all of which were initiates of mystery traditions.
The Great White Brotherhood wore white symbolizing their illumination. Thus, in a lot of different traditions, the Sun, which is the most visible manifestation of illumination in our world, became the symbol of the Creator itself and the Christ spirit within every human heart. The fact that each living being on this planet contains a center of life within itself, which may grow to be a “SUN,” is a metaphor for the light within.
According to Manly P Hall “The glorious, radiant orb of day…. This Supreme Spirit of humanitarianism and philanthropy is known to Christendom as Christ, the Redeemer of worlds”. In that way, the Sun became linked to a lot of expressions of God power externalized as the great solar lords Ra, Horus, Mithras and Jesus – all these symbols for the Inner Christ (Greek word for Gold) all virgin births, all born on the 25th of December and all died at the age of 33.
This all brings to the unveiling of the brilliant hidden message of Da Vinci’s “The Last Supper,” by Manly P Hall.
As we are all familiar with, all the constellations were depicted in the ancient Maya, Zep Tepi, Kali Yuga calendars are better known today as the zodiac.
Now, we will take a closer look at the hidden message in Da Vinci’s “Last Supper”.
“The Last Supper” is also known as “Nisan” which is actually the spring equinox falling on 3/21 yearly. There are 12 disciples which include the Son of God “Jesus” makes it 13, a powerful as well as taboo number. If you reach the number 13, it is usually associated with the woman, and it is known as “Colombia,” which is the poetic name of America. Colombia pictures Icon is actually similar to the statue of Liberty, and it originates from Isis and Sumerian Inanna. Then there is Columbine and Columbia Space Shuttle, Friday the 13th, etc. What do you think, it is all coincidental or is it selective, as well as pre-calculated programming by the Cabala – a ground of elites that are privy to all this hidden information in the clock of ages, as well as technology, and much more?
You should pay attention to the hand gestures of each of the disciples, as Hall explains, and you would see that each of them shows a representation of a celestial zodiac sign. Starting with the sign of Aries at the head of the table and ending with the sign of Pisces. The only female that is in the Zodiac is the Virgo (Virgin), and it is portrayed Mary Magdalene who is also the only female in the Last Supper.
The name Mary Magdalene means: Mary – high priestess and Magdalene – tower of knowledge. Also, the name Jesus Christ means Jesus – Zeus and Christ – Gold. Both of these make a trinity which is actually the human connection to GOD. Traditionally, the Trinity is Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. So, what happens to the woman? How can she not exist in this equation? It is Man, Woman, Holy Spirit or GOD that is depicted in all Alchemical drawings and the mystical Jewish “Cabala” as Chokmah (understanding/female) and Binah (wisdom/male) unite to get to Kether (crown/holy spirit).
This theology or physics can be applied both inner and outer. Balancing of the right or female and left or male hemispheres to get to higher consciousness individually, as well as separate matching counterparts of male and female which are equally evolved, attract and unite.
In physics, everything has a negative and a positive. The color blue is connected with the female and red is connected with the male. Looking at the painting from Da Vinci of Jesus who wears a red garment with a blue cloak and Mary Magdalene wearing a blue garment with a red cloak, they actually represent the balancing of both left, as well as right hemispheres. Da Vinci’s knowledge has been carefully encoded in many of his works.
Additionally, you can see how he has also grouped the disciples by the four seasons. Jesus is in the middle of the 12 zodiac signs, so he actually represents the SUN.
In history, we have seen 12 portrayed in all ancient cultures. Shiva and Shakti is androgynous man and woman, there are three stages to this Hindu God/Goddess, and the last one is portrayed with 11 body parts which include the male/female body 12 with sun/halo. It is actually the same zodiac clock.
The number 12 also became a number revealed by mathematicians and early astronomers. So, the skies were divided into 12 portions, as were also the months of the year, reflecting the annual movement of heavenly bodies. Superstitions, as well as religious beliefs, have also been piled on the top of respect for the number 12, and they were adopted by multiple early civilizations. The sky, which was divided into 12, as each portion ruled by a god, a divine being, a teacher, as well as prophet or a son of the sun.
Odin, or Norse mythology, sat on a chair which overlooked all of the creations and had 12 sons. The Babylonians had the longest lasting influence upon our calendars, as well as times, mathematics and religions, all of which highlight the number 12. The ancient Zoroastrians had 12 commanders on the side of light and in Judaism, as well as the Hebrew Scripture there are many references to the 12 tribes of Israel. The Greeks had 12 Gods on the Mount Olympus and Mithras’s, and then Christians believed that their savor had 12 disciples. Shi’a Muslims also list 12 ruling Imams that followed Muhammad. And the last, in Buddhism there are 12 life stages.
Such holy persons have been depicted with a bright solar light around their heads, which happens when an object approaches the sun and stands in front of it. Even though many ancient religions such as the Gnostics understood things like the 12 disciples of Mithras to actually be symbolic of the stages of the waning and waxing sun throughout the year, some religions from later took it literally, as well as believed in an actual 12 disciples – and some of them still do nowadays.
We have been taught that the savor is coming. Well, he is here, and he has always been here. He resides in every one of us. The problem actually is that most of us do not want to do the alchemic work within which starts at the heart as portrayed by Jesus who actually represents our God-given rights – Christ.