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VM the Holy Grail secreted within Davinci’s Musician painting and music
2012

In the summer of 2012 my good friend Stuart Mitchel and I discovered something pretty tremendous. We discovered a real life Da Vinci code. Stuart had already made a splash in the world of code breaking and Grail hunting with his discovery of a secret musical code built into the ceiling of Rosslyn Chapel, you know the famous church from the Tom Hanks movie “The Da Vinci Code”.

My husband and I captured an interview with Stuart back in 2016, where we talk about cymatics, Da Vinci and mind blowing ideas. This blog has been taken down no less than three times. I also just found out through Stu’s son Lewis that they are also having a problem with missing links and YouTube. No surprise. I haven’t even begun to speak about the ordeal we have been through over the past 2.5 years.

https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/nearly-sacred/nearly-sacred-episode-2-ydCc5OG-7QR/

2015 @Rosslyn Chapel During my visit with Stu.

What Stuart and his father Tommy Mitchell found was a code of Cymatics. Sound that is visualized in form.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-451977/Musicians-unlock-mystery-melody-Da-Vinci-Code-chapel.html




Stuart sent me Da Vinci’s painting of The Musician that morning and we started deconstructing it, cutting it apart and searching for every clue we could find. Here is what we came up with…..The Secret Fishhook Code. I want to give mostly all the credit to him, most of my job was researching and bringing about some clues. Stu did all the music translation and Fishhook code translation. So now we can see that for a very long time there was a secret language hidden in the world of music. My next question, is this still happening today? This is the Rosseta Stone of musical cypher’s. I hope someone gifted in music will get this and use it to do some cypher work. Who could be using it today to send messages? Ive been involved with codes for a long time now, but music isn’t my domain of expertise. This picture is also featured in Assasin’s Creed. Somebody knows something.

Assasins Creed Game Clue
DaVinci’s Musician

The Musician – Leonardo Da Vinci
This painting is thought now to be a Self-Portrait of Da Vinci himself. At the time in 2012 it had not been certain who had painted it, but there was some suspicion. Stu sent me a video of an artist that had made some connections Siegfried Woldheck. https://www.ted.com/talks/siegfried_woldhek_shows_how_he_found_the_true_face_of_leonardo. We also believe we found another painting by DaVinci that was not attributed to him and presented to Siegfried for consideration. He was interested and thanked us for the link. At the very least we know that DaVinci had a relationship with Pacioli.




Fra Luca Bartolomeo de Pacioli (sometimes Paccioli or Paciolo; c. 1447 – 19 June 1517)[3] was an Italianmathematician, Franciscanfriar, collaborator with Leonardo da Vinci, and an early contributor to the field now known as accounting. He is referred to as “The Father of Accounting and Bookkeeping” in Europe and he was the first person to publish a work on the double-entry system of book-keeping on the continent.[4] He was also called Luca di Borgo after his birthplace, Borgo Sansepolcro, Tuscany. “-Wiki

Portrait of Luca Pacioli, traditionally attributed to Jacopo de’ Barbari, 1495
(shh I think Da Vinci)

Divina proportione (Divine proportion), later also called De divina proportione (The divine proportion) is a book on mathematics written by Luca Pacioli and illustrated by Leonardo da Vinci, composed around 1498 in Milan and first printed in 1509.[1] Its subject was mathematical proportions (the title refers to the golden ratio) and their applications to geometry, visual art through perspective, and architecture. The clarity of the written material and Leonardo’s excellent diagrams helped the book to achieve an impact beyond mathematical circles, popularizing contemporary geometric concepts and images.-Wiki

Portrait of Luca Pacioli, traditionally attributed to Jacopo de’ Barbari, 1495

THE SECRET FISH HOOK CODE

The Music Score – Only piece of Da Vinci’s music that has survived

Possibly Da Vinci’s signature on the painting ?

The musical notes represent the Pythagorean Theorem

The letter ‘P’ and ‘2’ are clearly marked at the beginning of the score denoting Pi Squared (the
squaring of the circle) also the numbers 3/2 on the right describing the musical ration of a 5 th – 3/2
giving us the central tuning of the piece of music.



Da Vinci’s Sol-fa – Fish-hook Code:

http://leonardian.tumblr.com/post/19792810722/rebuse-a-musical-riddle-image-fish-hook
A MUSICAL RIDDLE
Fishhook [Italian:
Musical
Letters: r-a-r-e
Musical
amo]
notes: re
sol
notes: la
la
sol
mi
fa
mi
re
fa
mi
sol
Letters: l-e-c-i-t-a
“Amore sola mi fa remirare, la sol mi fa sollecita.”
“Only love makes me remember, it alone fires me up.”

When you apply the Sol-fa of the music in the painting to Da Vinci’s ‘fish-hook’ coding –
“amo Pi Mi re ut si la solv amo rec ut amo fa re las i sol.”

Or in English:

“I love my Pi matter to be solved, if you like I love to do the right thing, I half the sun.”

What could he mean by asking this question? In many esoteric circles 66 is considered the number of the Sun. Halving the sun would be 33. Interesting as 33 has extremely deep esoteric terms in Masonry and Occult and Majickal esoteric symbology.

This is the Da Vinci music in Cymatics Patterns (by John Reid) http://www.cymascope.com
Da Vinci discovered that sound creates geometric patterns and carried out Cymatics experiments writing down his conclusions in his notebooks.

Conclusion:
The music, numbers and letters in the score are Leonardo’s description of the Golden Ratio in Art, Maths and music.
Stuart Mitchell 2012.


My one big find in this code was taking the picture of the musician, cutting it in half and mirroring it as Da Vinci was a great lover of mirroring. This is what I found. The Holy Grail M.




Secrets

Stuart and I had a lot of fun working together and decoding art and music over many years of friendship. Unfortunately Stuart passed away this last year. I dedicate this blog post to our friendship and work. He was a true musical genius. He did so much ground breaking this is only one work in a huge vast work of a lifetime. He also was groundbreaking in DNA and music, he wanted so much for humanity.

https://www.edinburghnews.scotsman.com/news/tributes-paid-to-edinburgh-s-piano-man-stuart-mitchell-1-4784363

His father Tommy a code breaker also passed away just 4 short months later.

https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/da-vinci-codebreaker-who-cracked-13726628

If you would like to hear the music of Da Vinci, check out Stu’s work!


https://tjmitchell.com/rosslyn_news.html

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