Author discovers Masonic symbol in Da Vinci’s last painting


Ace Knight’s critical observation connects several groups, time periods, and individuals.

Tim King Global News Centre

(SALEM)   Author Ace Knight says he may have discovered a long-hidden Masonic mystery in “St. John the Baptist”, the last painting by Leonardo Da Vinci.  As you will see in the video below, Knight discovered the sacred Masonic symbol and it becomes visible when the painting is mirrored, and then rotated 33 degrees together.
It is no secret that Leonardo Da Vinci weaved many mysterious messages into his paintings, but the new discovery by Ace Knight, author of “The Black Prophet He Lives“, is startling for several reasons.  The discovery seems to revolve around the number 33.  Knight said, “John the Baptist is mentioned by God in the Holy Quran as being a concealer of secrets (Q. 3:39)  Here we have a secret society and according to numerous studies, a free mason upon reaching the 33rd degree is given the holy Quran while blind folded.” 

Of course the modern day Masons which came into existence in the 1700’s are considered a reemergence of the Freemasons who are related to a mysterious order called the Knights Templar, monks who took up arms in 1118 A.D. to protect Christian pilgrims traveling from Jaffa to Jerusalem.  The Knights Templar became very wealthy in a short time after allegedly finding priceless objects in King Solomon’s Temple including the Holy Grail, which Christ is said to have drank from at the Last Supper.  The wealth of the Templars caused anger and resentment, as a result they were arrested and put to death  in 1307 by King Philip IV of France.  Philip is said to have done this in order to take possession of the Templar’s immense wealth.

David Icke writes, “Islam claims to represent 360 degrees of knowledge, which is a complete circle and the Masons who reach the apex of becoming a thirty-third degree only have attained partial knowledge.” Masonic members reaching the 33rd degree are given a copy of the Quran according to numerous sources.

Da Vinci, known for incorporating the rule of thirds when composing magnificent artwork, conceived many modern day items including the machine gun, armored cars, the parachute, and the 33 barrel organ.  Ace Knight points out that Leonardo DaVinci’s “St. John the Baptist” was not a commissioned art, so the design was all his.  It is reported that on his death bed he only stared at two paintings while smiling (davinci’s smirk), the Mona Lisa and his last, John the Baptist. 

A Templar saying was, “He who owns the head of John the Baptist rules the world.”




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With almost 25 years of experience on the west coast and worldwide as a television news producer, photojournalist, reporter and assignment editor, Tim King is’s Executive News Editor. His background includes covering the war in Afghanistan in 2006 and 2007, and reporting from the Iraq war in 2008. Tim is a former U.S. Marine who follows stories of Marines and Marine Veterans; he’s covered British Royal Marines and in Iraq, Tim embedded with the same unit he served with in the 1980′s.

Tim holds awards for reporting, photography, writing and editing from traditional mainstream news agencies like The Associated Press and Electronic Media Association; he also holds awards from the National Coalition of Motorcyclists, the Oregon Confederation of Motorcycle Clubs; and was presented with a ‘Good Neighbor Award’ for his reporting, by The Red Cross.

Tim’s years as a Human Rights reporter have taken on many dimensions; he has rallied for a long list of cultures and populations and continues to every day, with a strong and direct concentration on the 2009 Genocide of Tamil Hindus and Christians in Sri Lanka. As a result of his long list of reports exposing war crimes against Tamil people, Tim was invited to be the keynote speaker at the FeTNA (Federation of Tamil Sangams of North America) Conference in Baltimore, in July 2012. This is the largest annual gathering of North American Tamils; Tim addressed more than 3000 people and was presented with a traditional Sri Lanka ‘blessed garland’ and a shawl as per the tradition and custom of Tamil Nadu.

Tim specializes in writing about political and military developments worldwide; and maintains that the label ‘terrorist’ is ill placed in many cases; specifically with the LTTE Tamil Tigers in Sri Lanka, where it was used as an excuse to slaughter people by the tens of thousands; and in Gaza, where a trapped population lives at the mercy of Israel’s destructive military war crime grinder. At the center of all of this, Tim pays extremely close attention to the safety and welfare of journalists worldwide.



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