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Monday, 3 December 2012

Mona Lisa of the Galilee - Original Mosaic

One of the most famous paintings in the world is the Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinici, found in Louvre Museum in Paris, France. This painting has held some mystery.

Here is a Mosaic of the Mona Lisa of Galilee from the 1st Century.

Sepphoris (Zippori) was the great Roman and Byzantine city of Lower Galilee. This capital city was major Jewish center during the Byzantine period. In the time, the city had colonnaded paved streets indicating a Greek Roman influencing style with both synagogues and churches, indicating that Jews and Christians lived side by side. The richness of its mosaic floors, architecture and other findings indicate that the city was wealthy.

One of the famous findings in Zippori is the "Mona Lisa of the Galilee" mosaic, discovered in the banquet hall of the Dionysus house. The rooms in this Roman villa was richly decorated with colorful mosaic floors, many with mythological scenes related to Dionysus (God of wine). The mosaic is located in the central panel and portraits a beautiful woman.

The Dionysus house is located at the top of the hill, east of the fortress. The mansion was built in the 3rd Century and destroyed by an earthquake of 363 C AD. The earthquake affected the Galilee and other parts of Israel.

Zippori was a major Jewish town in Byzantine times, and for some time the center of Jewish administration in the Holy Land.

Mona Lisa has evoked much curiosity. Mona is meaning 'Madonna' or 'noble lady' in context to be addressed as My Lady Lisa.

The Location: 'The ruins of the ancient city are located in the western Lower Galilee, 5KM north-west to the old city of Nazareth. The ruins of the ancient city is located on the top and sides of a hill (289M above sea level). The site is accessed from the main road from Acre to Nazareth, through the modern Moshav of Zippori.'

We know from above this Mosaic image is from the 1st Century.

Now to look at the Mona Lisa in the Louvre Museum Paris France.

Lisa del Giocondo (15 June 1479 – 15 July 1542 or ca. 1551), known as Lisa Gherardini, Lisa di Antonio Maria (or Antonmaria) Gherardini and Mona Lisa, was a member of the Gherardini family of Florence and Tuscany in Italy. Her name was given to Mona Lisa. This portrait commissioned by her husband was painted by Leonardo da Vinci.

Lisa was born in Florence and married in her teens to a cloth and silk merchant who later became a local official. She was mother to five children. She led a comfortable middle-class life. Lisa outlived her husband, who was much older than her.

Centuries after Lisa's death, the Mona Lisa painting took a life of it's own to become the world's most famous painting. In 2005, Lisa was definitively identified as the model for the Mona Lisa. The Davinci Code Movie has sparked renewed interest into the Mystery of Mona Lisa. The Louvre museum holds evidence of history.

The ancients beleived in soul reincarnation and importance to purify the soul to ascend spiritually. There is silence on understanding of souls returning to learn lessons. Souls being born to assist upliftment of humanity too. The meaning of incarnation is when a soul enters a physical body.

The Mona Lisa Painting gives the impression of a Lady of noble standing by her posture. When writing this, Pauline Marie Jaricot came to mind and this is probably because she also was French and her family were silk merchants. Keep an open mind. In particular Pauline Marie Jaricot spread the knowlege of Christianity. Little is known about Mona Lisa other than her being a subject to be immortalised and leave a lasting impression. Perhaps there is more about Mona Lisa that has not been openly shared - to discover.

In a practical physiological understanding, we carry genetic makeup of our ancestors. We inherit DNA of both our parents. While male offpring can only pass on YDNA to his male lineage, the female lineage MtDNA is passed to femaless. We see two females who could be blood relations and even genetically from the same family lineage. In particular, it is for this reason looking at the matriarchal lineage cannot be ignored.

What we understand for the chosen name, both were Noble Ladies.

There are people who have a similarity 'just something' in their appearance and could pass as close relations, It is quite possible they are related. There is a Prince I know, who has a look of family on my fathers side - the male gene. In doing unrelated research, I have discovered how it is possible to be related.

Above we guided to see there are similarities Ladies. At the very least that they were both chosen to become immortalised by mosaic and painting. I believe this is a for a reason that has yet to unfold. However, we have by this a very important link for undersstanding and that is, Paris and Israel are closely interlinked, by this mystery. The French connection is also very important for the Crown - as has been revealed.

There are 13 families of Jacob. Twelve sons and one daughter, with all the descendants since this time. The Queen of Israel, will be Queen Mother of all these people. Presently, unless she has passed on the crown, Queen Elisabeth is custodian of The Crown.

The British royals are SILENT about being divinely appointed.

Peace, love and best wishes
Pauline Maria