Art critics and historians have long puzzled over the odd anatomical irregularities in Michelangelo's depiction of God's
neck in this panel, and by the discordant lighting in the region. The figures in the fresco are illuminated diagonally from the lower left,
but God's neck, highlighted as if in a spotlight, is illuminated straight-on and slightly from the right.
In 2010, over 500 years since it's creation, scientists realized that this panel, the Separation of Light and Darkness, maps almost perfectly onto the human brain.
if one superimposes a detail of God's odd lumpy neck in the Separation of Light and Darkness on a photograph of the human brain as seen from below, the lines of God's neck trace precisely the features of the human brain
Michelangelo believed in a form of deism similiar to the Founding Fathers. He rejected organized religion but believed in a God who created us.
The Sistine Chapel is not God giving intelligence to Adam, but rather a statement that intelligence and observation and the bodily organ that makes them possible lead without the necessity of Church directly to God. God is in all of us.
The fundamental tenet of Deism is that the path to God can be found not exclusively through the Church, but through direct communication with God.
Pope Paul IV interpreted Michelangelo's Last Judgment, painted on the wall of the Sistine Chapel 20 years after completing the ceiling,
as defaming the church by suggesting that Jesus and those around him communicated with God directly without need of Church.
He suspended Michelangelo's pension and had fig leaves painted over the nudes in the fresco.
According to the artist's wishes, Michelangelo's body is not buried on the grounds of the Vatican, but is instead interred in a tomb in Florence.
It is no secret that Michelangelo's relationship with the Illuminati Catholic Church became strained. The artist was a simple man, but he grew to detest the opulence and corruption of the Church. In two places in the masterpiece,
Michelangelo left self portraits—both of them depicting himself in torture. He gave his own face to Saint Bartholomew's body martyred by being skinned alive, and to the severed head of Holofernes,
who was seduced and beheaded by Judith.
Michelangelo and Leonardo Da Vinci were both persecuted by the Illuminati Catholic Church. They were both part of the Rosicrucian Brotherhood, a secret group that fought the illuminati and helped protect the descendants of
Jesus Christ from the persecution and genocide of the Catholic Church.
Da Vini's Salvator Mundi - recently rediscovered after centuries of being lost - is a Rosicrucian painting. It depicts the Messiah coming to take over the world.
In his hand Da Vinci - the Messiah - holds a glass ball with three bright stars in it.
These stars are Orion's belt. The Nemesis star system, including Niburu and it's moon Helion, will hit Earth in 2025 and they will come from the direction
of Orion's belt. The Messiah brings with him Niburu.
Da Vinci's ability to freely say what he wanted to in his art was a result of his importance not as an artist but as an engineer. The italian Illuminati depended upon his inventions. Because of this, Da Vinci has an artistic freedom from
the Illuminati that non of his comtemporaries did. Michalangelo - who was just as great an artist if not better but who wasn't an engineer - had a much harder time avoiding Illuminati censorship.
Titian - who was also a member of the Rosicrucian Brotherhood - also did a version of the Salvatore Mundi. In Titian's version, the stars of Orion's belt are behind the Messiah's head.
Orion's belt has been a symbol for the coming of the Messiah and Niburu since the beginning of time. Pyramid sites from the Great Pyrmaids in Giza, to Pyramids in Mexico and China all align with Orion's belt.