MELENCOLIA-MORE SHIPS HIDDEN-WHERE ARE THEY GOING? PART 9

Copyright Dr. Elizabeth Garner July 10, 2014

So far you have discovered and been shown that 10 ships have been hidden on the right side of the Melencolia print. How many more are there?

Ship 11 hidden under the Melencolia's purse
Ship 11 hidden under the Melencolia’s purse

This 11th ship is hidden under the purse that hangs off of the Melencolia’s belt.  Once again it’s the same carrack as we have found the other 10 ships to be.

WHAT IS HIDDEN?

The yellow circle outlines the area where this ship is found.  It is very foreshortened, which adds to the difficulty in finding it and seeing it’s outlines. It is sailing very much towards the viewer as depicted. Thus the arrows are pointing to the significant  areas found to help you recognize the parts of the ships.

1. The pink arrow points to the bottom of the hull of this ship

2.  The blue arrow points to the side of the ship with the distinctive carrack decoration

3.  The red arrow points to the top of the mast of the ship, which is topped with a Jewish star

4. The yellow arrow is pointing to some distinctive decoration that appears to be a heraldic “lozenge” utilized by widows and unmarried women in Germany (Please see the article regarding more detailed information about this heraldic lozenge in the article about the Melencholia Belt Code)   The 11th ship sails in the same direction as the other ten-probably towards Byzantium.

More surprises to come!

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2 thoughts on “MELENCOLIA-MORE SHIPS HIDDEN-WHERE ARE THEY GOING? PART 9

  1. Reminds me of these people who see the face of Jesus on the underside of peanut butter jar lids – sure it must mean something….

    1. Hello Al,

      Thank you for visiting my website. Apparently, tho, it appears you are not understanding the entire theme of these articles nor have spent enough time reading other articles with the evidence of how the Duerers encipher their artworks.

      I invite you to return and spend some more time reading other articles, as others do, who find them most enjoyable and enlightening. I can assure you that these clues are not Jesus on the underside of peanut butter lids figments of imagination, they are very important clues to messages that the Duerer’s were imparting to specific targeted audiences to take very specific actions.

      Best,

      Elizabeth

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