A hidden message in Da Vinci's Last Supper painting

A Milan-based Researcher claims Da Vinci included a HIDDEN message in his famous painting of The Last Supper.

According to researchers, there is a hidden message inside Leonardo da Vinci’s version of the Last Supper that points to the possibility that Jesus was MORTAL.

The last Supper painted by Leonardo da Vinci isn’t the only existing version. However, Leonardo’s version is believed to be far more unique than anyone had ever thought, and a research4re believes he has identified a ‘hidden’ message that Leonardo embedded into the painting.

What if it were true? And what if Leonardo da Vinci’s paintings have, in fact, a mystery or two just as the fictional story of The Da Vinci Code once suggested?

Other paintings depict Jesus and his 13 subjects as saints, but Da Vinci’s paintings are unique, and now a researcher believes he may have discovered the reason why da Vinci decided to leave out the halos surrounding Jesus and his disciples.

According to a researcher, Leonardo Da Vinci left out the traditional ‘halos’ surrounding Jesus and his disciples in order to show Jesus was a ‘common mortal’.

In a video presented by the Smithsonian Channel, Leonardo Da Vinci’s paintings is perhaps the most widely recognized, but it isn’t the only version of the Last Supper.

Other Versions of the painting are eerily similar to one another, but Leonardo’s version has one DETAIL that sets them apart: Leonardo’s paintings does NOT have halos.

Leonardo Hidden Message

In Da Vinci’s version, not only are his disciples portrayed without halos, even Jesus has his halo missing.

The video published by the Smithsonian Channel explains:

“Before Leonardo da Vinci, all versions of The Last Supper showed Jesus and his disciples with halos, in effect, portraying them as saints, but, da Vinci chose to ignore this convention and paint them without halos.”

According to Mario Taddei, the missing halos in Leonardo’s paintings may have been a way of sending a message.

Mr. Taddei is an Italian inventor and expert in Leonardo da Vinci.

According to Taddei, the people Da Vinci depicted in the painting are common simple men and not saints, implying that Jesus too was a mortal.

“I believe that Leonardo never put the halos because he thinks that the people are ordinary people, and this is a genuine secret of Leonardo. There is no extraterrestrial or supernatural object inside the last supper. Leonardo wants to tell us that the thirteen men are simple men. And this said something much more powerful,” explains Mr. Taddei in the video.

The Idea that Jesus was a mortal is a subject of debate that has been proposed many times in the past.

Interestingly, the novel The Da Vinci Code and the film that followed made strong claims that were firmly rejected by the Vatican.

Mr. Taddei explains that “Leonardo da Vinci is communicating a subtle message with his Last Supper, He’s telling us that Jesus was a mortal – a theme echoed in The Da Vinci Code.”

Journal Reference:

Smithsonian Channel

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5 thoughts on “A hidden message in Da Vinci's Last Supper painting

  1. Halo’s simbolizes Rebirth, but Jesus was a prophet, he is only allowed to visit once every 5.000 years, Prophets enter this world through only a virgin woman, and dine in the pyramids or sanctuaries with Three-Doors like this one. It’s a tradition for a god to send his Patron, which will observe his servants.

    1. If you look carefully into the gap between Krystos and a girl on the left they form the Grail, meaning an eternal life, which is the woman, that girl is the unoficial wife of Jesus, who knows how it ended for that woman and the offspring.

  2. FFS. Leonardo wasn’t even religious so he probably deliberately belittled the faith with this. The absolute truth is that Jesus wasn’t merely not mortal, he wasn’t real. Many reasons why this is true but for starters, how come no-one even knows when he was born?

  3. The New Testament states that anybody who does not believe Jesus came “in the flesh” as a mortal man — is wrong! Had he not been mortal, he could not have died and therefore could not have been the sacrificial Lamb of God.

  4. Of course Jesus was a mortal… Everyone already knows that. Otherwise he wouldn’t have been able to die on the cross. If he was immortal, then there would have been no point in him “dying” on the cross. He was born as a real mortal man to suffer and die for man’s sins… For REAL.

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