The Highlights of the Revelation & Decoding of Mona Lisa
[19 proofs], and its historical fiction novel:

A journey of decoding the world, towards ones Enlightenment.

MONA LI-SA IS DIVIDED VERTICALLY INTO THE TWO HALF FACES, OF LI-onardo da Vinci AND SA-lai, his favourite student and lover, together forever!
That’s why she’s called Mona“Li-Sa”, their name’s first two letters, divided in exactly the same way as in the painting!

-onardo + SA-lai = LI-SA!!
Mona Lisa Code here?

Science agrees. We all have two different half-faces and Two Personalities, just like the Mona Lisa! She's split vertically into their two half-faces; as we're all split into two halves through-out our conception!

To prove his point, Lionardo divided+united them twice more, on his “John the Baptist” and the “Salvator Mundi” paintings, and these are just 2 out of the 19 proofs stated here about Mona Lisa's Code, without having to be an “expert” to understand them.

The much anticipated MONA LISA's CODE is the Big and very Unexpected New Knowledge, proved below, that:
Just like in the Mona Lisa,
our faces and bodies
are also divided vertically into two different halves!


And we can prove it with any way possible.
For example, by seeing our two quite different half-faces or
two different half bodies in the mirror.

Or by dividing the clearly different,
two half-faces of famous people

Meaning that if someone showed us JFK's left half-face, and asked us who he is, we wouldn't even recognize him.
That's how different our two half-faces and selves are.

If we were just one self, then who is the second person in our internal conflicts?

 Our famous “other-self” isn’t imaginary, he’s a scientific fact, as real and physical as ourselves!
And we can now prove the above argument with the Mona Lisa, our mirror, our observations, our phrases, and with our microscopes
as one may see right below in the Step by Step true Decoding of the Mona Lisa.
Science agrees!

And that's something that no one else has observed
since Da Vinci himself.

It's a second physical person inside us, equally vivid,
with his own face and personality as we can observe for example, in JFK's face.

Is the kids "imaginary" friend, not that imaginary, but, our physical second self whom we hide when we grow up?
Is it the Observation of the Century,
by Maestro Lionardo da Vinci?

"An easy to understand extremely powerful tool for our everyday balance and growth, and a possible landmark for many sciences"

[The astounding 2019 True Decoding of the Mona Lisa which follows, isn't related to the common belief of Mona Lisa being Lisa Gherardini or “half male and half female.”]


Click to watch“Ηelping us to achieve our dreams, or even discover new dreams, certainly bringing us closer to -who we really are- and to -what's best for ourselves?- , silencing at last our internal nagging, and even opening our eyes about -which are your talents?-, -what were we missing from our lives, even though we're blissful for what we already have?-."

 And possibly initiate to some a new purpose, since, thanks to our technological advancements, we may now
prove our Physically Two Differεnt Selves with any way possible
, as one may see right below.
For free, as they set the beginning of the amazing journey narrated in the novel.




The Mona Lisa is the best known, the most visited, the most written about, the most sung about, the most parodied work of art in the world. We even sent her into outer space, and it’s the most valuable painting in the world, worth nearly $820 million. The pioneer painter, philosopher and scientist Lionardo da Vinci painted her for 10 years, at the beginning of the 1500s, and scientists claim that he painted her more than 30 times, and kept her close to him for the rest of his life, until he gave her away, along with other paintings of his, to Salai. The well-known model, student and Lionardo’s lover. Well known cryptographer Da Vinci raised everyone’s curiosity with the Mona Lisa, and specifically about her identity and her enigmatic smile, where you can’t tell if she’s smiling or not, resulting in many theories about her identity and her enigmatic smile.

Nowadays, historians believe that Mona Lisa is Lisa Gherardini, Giocondo’s wife, as was written by the most trustworthy historian and artist of the Renaissance, Giorgio Vasari. Traditionally, though, as mentioned in the “Da Vinci Code,” she symbolizes “the male and the female,” where the right half is the male and the left half is the female, but we don’t know how this “half” actually corresponds to the painting. There are also theories which claim that the Mona Lisa is Lionardo’s self-portrait and others who claim that it’s Salai’s portrait, once again. Click to watch
Concerning her enigmatic smile, the "Da Vinci Code” claims that her smile is enigmatic because it’s in the lower spatial frequencies and in 2017 scientists measured her smile, and concluded that she’s happy, “blaming” our confusion on the way our brains work, creating images on their own… A few years ago an Art Detective wrongly claimed that the Mona Lisa is a blend of Salai and Lisa Gherardini, using infrared technology… In this novel one may find the decoding of Mona Lisa's basics, her ID, smile, gaze and above all the "Mona Lisa Code." Even though the, actual Mona Lisa Decoding shown here for the very first time, has nothing to do with Lisa Gherardini and the “male and female,” all of the theorists had a point, and somehow, all of them are part of the actual Decoding of the Mona Lisa which follows, by the Greek mysteries hunter, writer and TV executive: Filippos Marinakis M.F.A. from A.F.I., who studied 4.500 Da Vinci manuscripts and around 20 sciences in order to solve the Mona Lisa’s mystery and plenty of Mona Lisa's secrets, and then comprehend the magnitude of Mona Lisa’s Code, “A landmark for many sciences and our everyday balance and growth,” as the decoder claims.

            THE BREAKTHROUGH MOMENT came from an enigmatic inner voice which led the author to divide Mona Lisa’s face into half vertically.

            And secondly, the comparison between Salai’s "Monna Vanna," or the "Naked Mona Lisa", and Lionardo’s "Mona Lisa;" because Salai was his loved one and therefore he may certainly know a lot about Lionardo’s secret.

"Mona Lisa" by Lionardo da Vinci and "Monna Vanna",
or The Naked Mona Lisa- by Salai
[Proof 1] Besides their common stature and perspective, which clearly indicates Monna Vanna’s resemblance to the Mona Lisa, one notices the identical left-half face of Salai, compared to the left half-face of Mona Lisa, as we can see in the image below. [In the novel their relationship is explained, as well as Lionardo’s teachings and emotions.]

            All the above lead to the conclusion that Mona Lisas left half is Salai! But of course! Why would Lionardo be an exception and not express his love for his muse and beloved Salai in his favorite masterpiece? Now we know why Lionardo never parted from the Mona Lisa, so as to always have his beloved one with him.  

            So we have answered one half of Mona Lisa’s identity. The one side is his favorite model and lover Salai. If one half is Salai, then who did the Maestro choose to unite with him in his favorite work?

   The more you observe the two half-faces of the Mona Lisa, the more they differentiate from each other. They look as if they have two connecting but different personalities. Two different people. The left cheek is rounded, while the right, with the same skin, is tighter and slightly sucked in, as artists had to do during times of war. Their differences are easily seen if you cover the one half face with your hand and then the other half face, and compare them to each other.
  Everything we observe in Lionardo’s work is a result of deep contemplation, and little or nothing is coincidental.

Τherefore, the Mona Lisa is:
"Two different half faces united into one!"
The Mona Lisa Code!

  The one half is Salai, the other-half can’t be anyone else but Lionardo himself! Since it's on the verge of the impossible to unite his loved one with anyone else.

             [Proof 2] Looking for proofs for this theory, you realize how organized and a genius Lionardo was, since in order to overcome any doubt of whether they are the Mona Lisa, he named her “Lisa.” And if we follow the decoding’s logic and divide her name in half vertically, we clearly find our proof! Li-Sa is an anagram of their names first two letters!! LI-SA= LI-onardo + SA-lai!


           Lionardo and Salai in love are the enigmatic and in love Mona Lisa! One half found the other and united to create the masterpiece of the Mona LiSa, connecting their names and their faces in one flesh! The glorification of the true love between Lionardo and Salai! An uplifting eros which, thanks to the appreciation of the Mona Lisa, has remained alive since the 16th century, even in the times of the Holy Inquisition, which outlawed erotic relationships between two males.

As Lionardo da Vinci writes, and circles: [1]

            [Proof 3] Lionardo also wrote this! It’s incredible! His face is the Prison of Love between him and Salai! He wrote his code down! It’s unbelievable... Don’t reveal it, because their freedom is at stake. How poetic are Lionardo’s thoughts…! Together forever, even at the cost of their own freedom! Therefore, Lionardo found also a way to glorify his forbidden love and in front of everyones eyes! A True Genious!

       [Proof 4] Lionardo being the right side also explains why he hid his extremely beautiful face, as historians claim, especially in times where they glorified beauty.

       [Proof 5] And it explains also why he confused the historians by signing either as Leonardo or as Lionardo. Not to expose the “Li-Sa” too fast and send them to prison. To be able, at least through his art, to experience his love freely and, why not, forever! [To the left is Lionardo da Vinci's signature on the Viruvian man.]

            Therefore, Mona Lisa’s identity has also little to do with “half male, half female,” since as we can see with our own eyes; both of her halves are males: Lionardo and Salai. Also, we now understand that the “half” is very literal, as in order to Decode the Mona Lisa we have to divide her face vertically in its middle.   

           Accordingly, her smile confused us because Salai’s left half is fully smiling, when Lionardo’s half is pretty serious. So our impression changes according to which lip we focus on. Who could have guessed that it was the smile of two different people?

Mona Lisa Smile Lips

The enigmatic Mona Lisa's smile, now decoded!
It’s the smile of two different people!

           The same goes for her eyes and gaze. I believe that we were confused because each of the pupils is looking at a different point on the horizon. Her left pupil is looking straight at us, while her right pupil is wandering. Therefore, Mona Lisa is cross-eyed, and our impression changes according to which eye or half-face we focus on.

           In addition, Lionardo divided them vertically into two different half-faces and in the “John the Baptist” and in the “Salvator Mundi” paintings, with Salai as his other-half, freeing their love from its prison again and again, and in front of everyone's eyes! Therefore, we have seven self-portraits of Maestro Lionardo da Vinci! [In the Novel you will find all Lionardo's self-portraits, and also three never seen before mysterious figures on the Mona Lisa, and most importantly the way Lionardo figured out to have his eyes fixed on Salai forever. The Three-Dimensional Mona Lisa by the hands of magical Lionardo da Vinci, as seen in the novel's cover!]

           [Proof 6] In the "John the Baptist" painting we may all have seen just Salai, since his profile is covering most of his face, but the truth is that it’s the divided+united Lionardo and Salai! The two of them together forever! The left side is Salai, the right can’t be anyone else but the young and very handsome Lionardo, connected now also in age, just to see how they would look together if they were of the same age. Lionardo is truly very handsome and this is his best self-portrait. A very special masculine and feminine beauty which says more than it hides. He cares, and has the curiosity to be playful with us and enjoy himself while expressing their erotic relationship.  

           [Proof 7] In the “Salvator Mundi” painting, Jesus is deep in concentration with both of their eyes in a trance and dreamy, while he holds the crystal bowl of Zarathustra. Is “Salvator Mundi” the chance to show us the spiritual side of their relationship?

The novel's story:

           Da Vinci researcher Filippo meets ιn the metro a bizarre young man named Julius, who initiates him into the secret organisation of the “Seekers of Truth,” established by Lionardo da Vinci in the 1500s. Their purpose was to always keep Lionardo’s hidden knowledge alive, while protecting it from those who would use it to control the masses. As the myth says, Lionardo’s Code is a key to life’s mysteries. The writer of the Seekers of Truth “holy” book was Lionardo’s heir and most capable student, Francesco Melzo, revealing Da Vinci's secret knowledge. Julius entrusts Filippo with Francesco’s unique manuscript and with the manuscript from the 1800’s by Nicolas da Florentia, the-too-good-for-this-world man who answered many of Lionardo’s enigmas; with the goal of solving the rest of them, reaching to conclusions and then publishing them, so that we could all benefit, and not only the rich minority. The struggle of these three eras to deliver us from the era of Hasty Ignorance to the era of Patient Knowledge includes clashing with the “system” and with one’s personal convictions, but it also showcases the sensibilities, being the origin of all our knowledge, as the unbelievable Da Vinci wrote. 

           It’s a very original novel, where its heroes by living their lives to the fullest, often make real scientific discoveries and answer some of our biggest questions; even the ones we never thought would have answers. Skip all the books that you're reading. This novel answers so many questions that you won’t even believe it! It also penetrates into Lionardo’s heart, wisdom and soul as no other novel did before, centred on his works and his experiences as they are nowbeing interpreted for the very first time, based on 4,500 manuscripts of the Maestro Lionardo da Vinci. The novel is so faithful to Lionardo that it actually decodes the Mona Lisa, and 350 artworks as part of the novel’s plot, explaining the value of the revealed knowledge in a way that you don’t need to be an “expert” to understand, in its complete depth. This is a life-altering novel. Even if you've read tons of books, you’ve never read a book like this one.

           Our best chance to learn as much as possible about our lives and how the world works by a single book!


concerns our personal balance,
which we can even observe on our faces!

           Lionardo also wrote that,
I will demonstrate the Nature of Man
in the way I describe his figure

and concerning his figure he wrote that,

The shape of bodies is divided into two parts!” [3]
[Proofs 8 & 9 & 10] Word for word, this is Lionardo’s description of the principle philosophy behind his works: divided vertically into two. And when Lionardo designs the anatomy of the human scalp, he also divides it in half and both of the sides are clearly of a different type, just like the Mona Lisa! Three more proofs about the stated here decoding of the Mona Lisa.

The Mona Lisa’s Decoding was always right in front of us!

           THE REVOLUTIONARY IS that, as it was mentioned in the introduction, what is depicted in the Mona Li-sa, where she is the two matching, but different, other half-faces of Li-onardo and Sa-lai, the same thing occurs for all beings! Meaning that, WE ALL HAVE TWO OTHER-HALF FACES matching, but so different, that they look like they could belong to a completely different person!

           [Proof 11] The easiest proof is that WE CAN ALL SEE THEM IN OUR MIRROR IMAGE and therefore have no doubt about the accuracy of Lionardo’s revolutionary observation on Human Anatomy!

           Let's, as another example, observe the two different half-faces of famous people:


           The most famous politician of our era. His right half is the famous one, his left the unknown. Meaning that if someone showed us his left half-face, and asked us who he is, we wouldn't even recognize him.

A journey of decoding the world, towards ones Enlightenment. Live inside Lionardo da Vinci’s multidimensional mind at the time he fell in love and created his Masterpieces, with the use of 350 Artworks as part of the novel’s plot and its characters coming of age and Enlightenment. Find out where and why Lionardo hid his unprecedented Code; probably Psychology's Foundation Stone and a mini revolution for Biology, Politics, Robotics, Anatomy, Cosmology, Painting, Archaeology, Neuroscience, Optics, Arts, Marketing and our Everyday Life because it’s revealing a new knowledge about our anatomy, which is on the top of their knowledge chain, while it also is a logical path towards Enlightenment! An easy to understand multidimensional tool to restore our faith to Human Potential and, why not, Save the World!!

          Did you check your own two half-faces in the mirror?


          Let's also observe Albert Einstein's 3 selves, or how can someone smile and not smile at the same time, just like the Mona Lisa. [Ourselves are thoroughly explained in the historical fiction novel]

          [Proof 12] So, logically, all of our body is also divided into two physical halves, matching, but, different from each other, as we see in our mirror. As we can observe from the picture to the left, the two halves of the body look like they come from a different guy. The left one is hard as stone, the right one has more meat. The nipples are at a different height and the abdominals naturally create different shapes, even though they belong to the same slim person.

  So, we are physically divided+united vertically into two different faces, bodies, personalities and a THIRD one which combines them; being the one who makes all the decisions. As in the Mona Lisa, one other-half Self is Lionardo, the other-half Self is Salai, and the Third one is the total of them all: The Mona Lisa! So distinct, compared to each other, that you add two male other-half Natures and there appears... a woman!"

  [Proofs 13 & 14] Our Three Selves are also the reason why we physically have two brain hemispheres, instead of one, [as we can see in the picture] which, up to now, we thought would make much more sense. and the reason why our eyes may by cross-eyed, which up to now we also didn't undestand how. As we can’t ignore anatomically our spine, as our body’s Third part which unites our two other halves, we can’t ignore our brain’s corpus callosum, in the middle of our brain’s hemispheres, connecting them like a maestro.

  Meaning that our brain hemispheres don’t serve different purposes as we unofficially think today, we all have two fully operational different minds, because we have two different personalities, making our primary purpose to combine our two selves and double our strength, or else we’ll experience eternal internal nagging.

     [Proof 15] The Nature of Humans is, at first, two physically different halves throughout our conception, according to Lionardo, Plato, the Pharaoh's, personal observation and our microscopes in the 21st century, as we can see in the Cell’s picture taken at the exact moment of their separation. They don't look like clones, as we believe today, but they look like two different and matching different halves, as we can see from the picture at the moment of seperation, and we still haven’t studied their relationships and differences, nor the criteria of their mutual attraction, because we’re only just realizing that each cell has a different personality, a different side to it, and you can see their asymmetry with the naked eye.

  [Proofs 16 & 17] The same works for our two other-half D.N.A. helix and our two other-half chromosomes. [The Attraction and the Asymmetrically Beautiful is explained in the novel]

As Lionardo describes the natural workings of the male genitals:

“Here is how one soul governs two bodies” [4]

  Meaning that, even if we have three personalities, we share two different views, and not three, because the Third one, “the soul” according to the above statement, is both of these two views, and is therefore already covered by their views, since it’s the combination of the two views.

  One must also notice that our selves are always of the same sex; otherwise one would have, for example, one chest and one breast in the same body. This hasn’t ever happened. Meaning that we're not "half-male, half-female" as we tend to believe in our days.

   [Proof 18] Accordingly, one may observe that we can’t have internal conflicts if we only have one self. Then who are we talking with internally since we were born?

   [Proof 19] The expressions we have already accepted for our second hidden voice/self are countless: “Little voice,” “A voice inside me told me to…,” "Ourselves," “Internal conflict,” “I’m trying to make amends with myself,” “I’m on good terms with myself.” To which other self are we referring to?

  Evidently, our physical second self, which has its own mind and personality, which we’re called BIOLOGICALLY TO BRING FORTH, AND BRING INTO HARMONY WITH OUR SECOND SELF, IN ORDER NOT TO BE IMBALANCED.

Therefore, The Mona Lisa Code is=
We are All Split Physically into Two Different Halves,
and We’re All Three People United in One”

   All the above means that every living being's Nature is to learn how to make two different sides cooperate fairly from within! Or they will face the consequences with internal nagging. [The how is described in the novel]

Therefore, the Nature of all beings
is to learn how to cooperate fairly!

         What a relief... Meaning that it may actually be very possible to make amends with each other, because that is our Nature! The more you learn about the nature, the more you learn to love it.

         We all have physically two other-half faces/ bodies/ personalities, with the Third self/personality being their combination, our whole face and the impression we create to others.
"The secret for achieving our personal balance and society’s balance!" [It's thoroughly explained with real life examples in the historical fiction novel]



          Logically, the way we are externally, it’s the same way we are internally and here’s why the foundation stone of Psychology is suggested. As Lionardo writes:

“And so may it please our great Author,
that I may demonstrate the Nature of Man and his customs,
in the way I describe his figure.” [5]

  Here, Lionardo goes a giant step deeper and reveals that the way he describes man’s figure, "divided into two parts" [1], is directly related to man’s customs. And this is also another proof of the Mona Lisa code.

  We can’t ignore the new scientific fact, because we have seen our Second Self with our own eyes. Our goal is to understand how they work. Therefore, it’s logically, the first time we know any Natural Law about our inner world!  

We are not alone,
we have two selves to satisfy!

  Because, now, we can see our other-half self even with our own eyes! Two are in conversation, the third one decides for their mutual benefit. He that is reading now and maybe even taking into consideration the Revelation of Mona Lisa.

  Meaning that, Psychologists and the Psychiatrists are from now on, logically, called to encounter the Second and hidden self inside themselves and their clients, since all three of our Selves are equally important, and only by finding their combination+balance will they cure their clients’ souls, or even their own.

  “Freeing our second voice, means that we free ourselves!” Bare in mind that we don’t have many other selves, there’s just the two of us and the Maestro, and it’s proved by the Mona Lisa and by our biology and anatomy. Also, the stated here second self is NOT related to Jung's "dark self" or our unconscious. Will we now built two Artificial Inteligence's into one, following the "tri-fair" rule of nature as described in the historical fiction novel?

          And by knowing that we really do have another equal self, we can't avoid him anymore, and therefore, we'll most probably take our inner self or little voice seriously, since he may be hiding most of what we were missing since we were born!

Do you remember the kids "imaginary" friends?           Logically, they are the kids second self, naturally expressing themselves, which everybody taught them to silence. It appears that we were very wrong!

          As we were wrong when we told bipolars to silent their other-self.
Their salvation lies in combing them. Meaning that Doctor Jekyll should have communicated with his second self Mr Hyde, and together reach into an agreement, consisting both of their wants, tastes, dreams etc, and in NO WAY silencing neither. [In the drawing above, are the “binaty” "Jealousy and Grace" and the binaty “Like and Dislike,” by Lionardo da Vinci. Like and dislike are a couple in the same body but they have their backs against each other, as the one is opposite to the other by definition. "Facebook's Code" More info in the novel.]

          "An externalized self-discovery journey to the unknown and pleasant-full" since we're bringing to light our own equal other-wants and other-talents, which may even reach one into being complete, becoming Enlightened, with the use of logic, by knowing and harmonizing one’s selves!" A story, never told before.

           How, though, all of the above improve our everyday life, in our personal quest to achieve our balance, either internally or externally, in our interpersonal relationships and inside our society as a whole?

          How does Lionardo’s Code expand in 45 original theories, while being a logical path in order to cease your inner turmoil, or even leading you to your Enlightenment and the opening of your Third Eye?


 "Twenty-nine years old, guileless and sensitive Nicolas finds in 18th century Florence, the hidden and lost manuscript of Lionardo da Vinci’s heir and last pupil, Francesco Melzo.Nicolas experiences Lionardo’s teachings as a part of his adventurous life, between Florence and the New York of the 1800s, and thus decodes the world first and then the epic Mona Lisa, “the Secret of Secrets,” on a quest to live a worthwhile life in cynical times. Nicolas is an intelligent and too-good-for-this-world "Seeker of Truth” who makes various scientific discoveries, while in his real life seeking the truth about "having an other-half person in this world," or not. It all starts with Raya, and Nicolas discovering what he shouldn’t have discovered. It is a dark secret, which wounds him, but ultimately triggers the beginning of an unbelievable transatlantic journey of deep knowledge and unique experiences, along with the unexpected assistance of a very enigmatic inner voice, which leads him to decode the Mona Lisa… How did his inner voice know the way, when no one had yet decoded her?"

           What is the System of Nature’s Balance, and what is the function+philosophy of the Trifair Demosophy, a brand new Naturally Democratic System which follows the way nature spreads power fairly, where “power belongs to everyone and no one.”  It would, though, be really funny if a Greek guy once again conceived the fairer political system... In the novel one may also find how to prepare for a wise Adulthood and what the Nature of Humans is, according to facts.

           All the above questions consist the FOURTH LEVEL of Mona Lisa’s Decoding, which is kept secret, in order to be enjoyed by its readers at its full depth, if you’re interested in reading the novel.

           The historical fiction novel includes 165 original theories and 350 gorgeous and explained paintings and drawings, mainly by Lιonardo himself, as part of the plot, adulthood and enlightenment of the novel’s characters, the “Seekers of Truth,” so that:

Our first goal is to talk freely to each other.

           The difference between reading the manuscript or not is tantamount to opening your eyes or keeping them tight shut.

Will the “Revolution of the Guileless” succeed in the 21st century?
If the message is understood, then the ripe time has come.


          With the kind support of Ocelotos Publishing.
          Novel's English proofreader/editor: Susan Perry.

Refferences: [1] Codex Forster, by Lionardo da Vinci, 10 v., Literary Works of Leonardo da Vinci, VOL. II, by Richter, page 414. [2] Codex Windstor, by Lionardo da Vinci: IV 174a [3] Treatise of Painting, by Francesco Melzi, chapter V. [4]. Codex Forster, by Lionardo da Vinci, 10 v., Literary Works of Leonardo da Vinci, VOL. II, by Richter, page 414. [5]. Codex Windstor, by Lionardo da Vinci: IV 174a.

*The Decoding of the Mona Li-sa took place during the presentation of the historical novel “The Revelation Of Mona Li-sa” by Filippos Marinakis M.F.A., AFi graduate and a TV Executive for TV Series, among other things, at Athens, Greece on October 20, 2018, at Art Polis Cafe.

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 Ocelotos Publishing invites you to Polis Art Café in the center of Athens, Greece, on Saturday October the 20th 2018 at 3pm, on a, logically, historical day, where the author will present for the very first time the Decoding of the epic Mona Lisa of Leonardo da Vinci, and why it is the “secret of secrets,” as her myth foretold. A wonderful story and an ultra-important and unknown to us scientific knowledge, which opens a portal of knowledge, either in the sciences, or in order to achieve our very own personal balance and inspiration, as well as our society’s balance as a whole, as explained in the pioneering and illustrated historical novel by Filippos Marinakis:

How is the Mona Lisa’s secret to be compared to the Pharaoh’s, to the ancient Greeks, to Christianity, to the brand new foundation stone of Psychology proposed here, and the newly found System of Natural Balance, even creating a new Democratic System, the Demosophy, where “everyone and no one has the power,” curing the diseases of today’s Democracy, which are also revealed in the novel.
Leonardo also writes that, “All of our knowledge originates from our Sensibilities,” in an era today where we advise each other to silence our sensibilities, so as not to get hurt. Are we, though, in that way, forfeiting all of our knowledge? The world changes with new knowledge.
An Enlightenment journey, a sensitive hunt into the treasures of inner knowledge, full of truth and full of revelations about mysteries which have haunted us since our beginnings, with 165 original theories, mainly thanks to the Mona Lisa’s Portal, varying from the magical nature of Humans, our very own humanity or how to make amends with each other, the Birth of the Universe, God’s sense of humor, the wise original couple, the fact that memories are transferred from generation to generation, Robotics and E.T.’s; to ways for achieving happiness or how to “over-cum” all obstacles, how to protect the sensitive people, even leading to becoming Enlightened, or opening your Third Eye, by being teleported to the center of the Cosmos, with your eyes open!
   With the use of 350 gorgeous and explained paintings and drawings, mainly by Leonardo himself, as part of the plot, adulthood and enlightenment of the novel’s characters, the “Seekers of Truth,” during three decisive eras. During the Renaissance, during the American and French Revolution, but also during the 21st century, in order to prove the theories, so that:
Our first goal is to talk freely to each other.

The difference between reading the manuscript or not is tantamount to opening your eyes or keeping them tight shut.

The story:
   During Napoleon’s rule, at the end of the 18th century, in Florence, the twenty-nine year old sensitive, honest, comic writer Nicolas is enchanted by the hidden manuscript of the last and best student of Leonardo da Vinci, and identifies himself with it, revealing the Humanitarian and Teacher Leonardo, by experiencing  his wisdom and magic, as part of his adventures, resulting in decoding the world first and then the epic Mona Lisa, “the secret of secrets,” inbetween Florence and New York of the 1800s, along with unexpected assistance from a very enigmatic inner voice, which led him to decode the Mona Lisa! How did his inner voice know the way, when no one has yet decoded her?
Leading every devoted “Seeker of Truth” to even becoming Enlightened, or teleporting to the center of the Cosmos with his eyes open, maybe even awakening his Third Eye, and thus, also, creating a new theory about the birth of the Universe! How far does the Mona Lisa’s decoding go? Let us be prepared…      Is the 21st century the right era?
If the message is understood, then the ripe time has come

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The historical/romantic novel will be available online and in selected (Greek) bookstores from October the 25th, 2018. The "secret of secrets" of Mona Lisa will be revealed on October 20th.

With the kind assistance of Ocelotos Publishing.

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  I'm certain that this is the decoding of the Mona Lisa we were instinctively expecting, not only because an inner and mysterious voice led me to understand the Mona Lisa, but also because it adds new facts, and because the mastermind Leonardo da Vinci has left behind eight unmistakable pieces of evidence, which confirm the decoding beyond any doubt, since he wanted to be certain about the story and unknown knowledge for today’s science, which he wanted to transmit to the future generations.  

 Now, we can all become Enlightened!

 The historical/romantic novel will be available online and in bookstores from October 25th, 2018."THE REVELATION OF MONA LISA" NOVEL


The Greatest Conspiracy of the Past 2000
Years is About to Unravel

Click to watchWhile in Paris on business, Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon receives an urgent late-night phone call: the elderly curator of the Louvre has been murdered inside the museum. Near the body, police have found a baffling cipher. Solving the enigmatic riddle, Langdon is stunned to discover it leads to a trail of clues hidden in the works of da Vinci…clues visible for all to see…and yet ingeniously disguised by the painter.

Langdon joins forces with a gifted French cryptologist, Sophie Neveu, and learns the late curator was involved in the Priory of Sion—an actual secret society whose members included Sir Isaac Newton, Botticelli, Victor Hugo, and da Vinci, among others. The Louvre curator has sacrificed his life to protect the Priory’s most sacred trust: the location of a vastly important religious relic, hidden for centuries.

In a breathless race through Paris, London, and beyond, Langdon and Neveu match wits with a faceless powerbroker who appears to work for Opus Dei—a clandestine, Vatican-sanctioned Catholic sect believed to have long plotted to seize the Priory’s secret. Unless Langdon and Neveu can decipher the labyrinthine puzzle in time, the Priory’s secret—and a stunning historical truth—will be lost forever.

 In an exhilarating blend of relentless adventure, scholarly intrigue, stunning research and cutting wit, symbologist Robert Langdon (first introduced in Dan Brown’s bestselling Angels & Demons) is faithful in seeking for the Truth. Da Vinci Code sold more than 100 million books, and is one of the most popular books in our History.

 The Revelation of Mona Lisa presents a different version of understanding Leonardo's Last Supper painting, and who was sitting next to Christ according to the Bible, and in relation to the brand new decoding of the Mona Lisa and Leonardo da Vinci in general!

The Catcher in the Rye [J. D. Salinger]

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O...the first thing you'll probably want to know is where I was born and what my lousy childhood was like, and how my parents were occupied and all before they had me, and all that David Copperfield kind of crap, but I don't feel like going into it, if you want to know the truth. In the first place, that stuff bores me, and in the second place, my parents would have about two hemorrhages apiece if I told anything pretty personal about them....

   Holden Caulfield is 16, has just been expelled from school and, boy, does he speak his own mind. Exposing phoniness and adult convention are his favorite keys, as is horsing around with his younger sister, Phoebe: "Old Phoebe" in his inner slang. His constant and eye-of-an-eagle observations about people and society are an eye-opener to alternative beings.
   Holden is pretty much the actual JD Salinger, and this is his 16 year old view on the world of adults. Sharp and witty, to say the least, this is the thinking of a genius. You can read it as a very funny teen-story, or you can dive into the million hints given to get close to "the big picture." Please read in original English, JD's linguistic skills are as close to perfection as possible. This is a life-changing book to not so few. First read on set in order to produce a short film [thanks a trillion Sam], my first feeling was "OMG I'm not alone!" [yeah, and that's like a decade before OMG]. Αfter the tenth page of the Catcher in the Rye I just ran home, and the boy wrote his mind and never stopped since. [duh]