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    Poussin Hidden Secrets?

    I stumbled on to this while actively working another puzzle and watching COOI. I just applied my crude image investigation tecniques on Poussin's Shepherds of Arcadia and hidden symbols, shapes, lettering, banners, maps just appeared. I tested on severals of his other works with similar results.

    My only motivation is to get these clues and methods to the people that know what to do with them. As a searcher, i understand the value of clues. I am not on this hunt but happy to help those that are. I do not know how I can see this stuff, I just can. I have lots more.
    to be specific, besides the obvious numbers i marked in the left item, look directly left from the nine to the arrow. The arrow is pointing to the forehead of the profile of a woman looking to the right. Deliberate chin and neck, then sloping breast. upper right is banner with writing. in item on right, i show my simple blur technique to reveal a rather large symbol, with other lettering around it. Poussin likes to use leaves, bushes and trees to conceal and obscure clues. Last is not Poussin, but found researching Mary Magdalene images. See the Tr on her chest? Trier?Click image for larger version. 

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    why that much detail that small? no idea yet what it means...Click image for larger version. 

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    what's the secret behind it?

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    Mar 2019
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    hi. working on it. that notch as i call it hss led me to the attached pic. the orion nebula lands on Hoedic Island the red circle x. the red marker in southern england? that is Stonehenge.
    onward.Click image for larger version. 

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    Reminds me of those nutjobs that trace out shapes they imagine they see in fuzzy photos of mud taken down a shaft on Oak Island.
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    I know, right? Click image for larger version. 

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    Keep going, it's getting interesting.

  8. #8

    Mar 2019
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    sure, with gusto. 2 Poussin landscapes and you know who. the notch is there. i have many more. i keep telling myself, "coincidence, coincidence"; how many does it take, i wonder?

    thanks for the interest. as you can see, i cannot stop. Click image for larger version. 

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    i like this one tooClick image for larger version. 

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    found another one today. hoedic island match?Click image for larger version. 

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    I have a question. I'll use the Hoedic Island 'find' as an example.You've matched up the geography from photos taken by satellites.Poussin was say painting 1644? How was it he managed to get the shape so accurate seeing he didn't have the European Space Agency to give him photos and hand drawn maps from those days were wildly inaccurate?

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    actually, that was my thought on everything geography related. then i found maps from the eras of interest i found them to be not too different. heck the vikings had pretty decent maps.
    i attached an example, the notch, from 1500s. hoedic is there as well, poor resolution.
    thank you for the question and skepticism.
    keep em coming!

    my working theory is that there was and continues to be a Masters collusion to preserve clues to a very important secret over the ages. Connected to the demise of the Templars? Priory of Sion? extra-terrestrial visitation?

    does each work contain all clues or must clues be combined from multiple works? Who gave the clues to Leonardo, Poussin and Goya? What other Masters may have been enlisted?

    btw. found a notch in the Poussin drawing. just to the left is the lowercase j.

    onward.Click image for larger version. 

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    "Is that a Geiger Counter?"

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    I found an even closer match to the shape on her blouse. Check out Scrooge McDuck's left hand!

    More than coincidence? I think not.



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    finally, after hours and hours on Pinterest scanning ancient alphabets.....
    Cypriote syllabary, replaced by greek alphabet BCE.
    good match? would leo know this symbol?
    onward.Click image for larger version. 

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    "Is that a Geiger Counter?"

    Feb 2006
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    Look up "Apophenia"

    I'm afraid you may be in the late stages.
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