Painting's Landscape is a Real Map Depicting Rome and its Vicinity Says Investigator Scott Lund
Los Angeles, CA - Sept. 2, 2011
The most conclusive evidence of a secret code hidden in the Mona Lisa will be revealed on September 10 at 3 p.m. in the public square near the Colosseum and the Arch of Constantine in Rome. At that time Los Angeles mystery solver Scott Lund will lead a large gathering of people and international news media from the square to the actual place where Leonardo da Vinci envisioned history's most famous work of art.
"The Mona Lisa has been misunderstood for nearly 500 years. Now it's time to know what has remained concealed for so long,” says Lund. Because his proof involves precise measurements found within the landscape of the painting itself, Lund is certain that his dramatic and unconventional demonstration will provide proof beyond any reasonable doubt.
"Contrary to accepted belief, the landscape of the Mona Lisa is not a fantasy. It is an incredible survey map that indicates a startling mix of Christianity and paganism. The world has never been closer to knowing the mind of Leonardo da Vinci than the date of 9/10/11 when we meet in the heart of Rome for this great discovery," says Lund.
Those who attend the historic event may be acknowledged by name as witnesses to the Mona Lisa Code in Lund's book, and any photographs or video they record could be included in his upcoming film documentary.