Da Vinci Code

The Da Vinci Code

In The Last Supper, Da Vinci painted the Apostle John as effeminate and pretty, as was Florentine style. This is not Mary Magdalene.

Da Vinci Last Supper

Leonardo Da Vinci’s ‘Last Supper.’ The Apostle John, the youngest of the Apostles, is to Jesus’ immediate right (your left). Image Source: Wikipedia Commons

Look at the Apostle John in The Last Supper, and then look at the adolescent males in the paintings below by other Florentine artists. Florentine artists painted adolescent males as effeminate and pretty.

Da Vinci painted The Last Supper 1,500 years after the meal it portrayed, and Dan Brown wrote his fictional “The Da Vinci Code” 500 years after the 1,500 years. For the actual account, read the Gospels, and the mountains of evidence backing them up.

Archangel Raphael with Tobias

Archangel Raphael with Tobias by Pietro Perugino, shows a young male portrayed effeminately by a Florentine artist. Da Vinci was also a Florentine artist.

St. Sebastian by Raphael

St. Sebastian by Raphael, shows a young male portrayed effeminately by a Florentine artist. Da Vinci was also a Florentine artist.

Tobias and the Angel by Andrea del Verrocchio

Tobias and the Angel by Andrea del Verrocchio, shows a young male portrayed effeminately by a Florentine artist. Da Vinci was also a Florentine artist.

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