MELENCOLIA AND ST JEROME

Copyright Feb 13, 2014 by Dr. Elizabeth Garner and Joe Kiernan

Melencolia flourish I

In my previous article There’s No Melancholy in Melencolia – One Secret of Greatest Art Fraud in Art History   http://wp.me/p2M3K7-hG  I reported to you that there is nothing allegorical about anything that is in Albrecht Dürer’s most famous print or any of his art at all.  And that Albrecht Dürer was using steganography, known in this case as the Dürer Cipher, a secret messaging system where others do not even know messages are being passed to a target audience.

Examples of Steganography

Next, in the article THE SECRET SYMBOL IN MELENCOLIA THAT IS MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL http://wp.me/p2M3K7-z2 I showed you the most important symbol in Melencholia flourish I,

THE MOST IMPORTANT SYMBOL OF ALL
THE MOST IMPORTANT SYMBOL OF ALL

 

and that it was connected with a St. Jerome image Albrecht had created.  Normally when Melencolia and St. Jerome are discussed together, it’s always Melencolia and the 1514 St. Jerome in the Study print.  These are definitely connected, containing messages that need to be decoded in tandem, then taken as a whole to get the entire message of these two prints, which is one of the most extremely important messages Albrecht was ever giving the world

The 1514 St. Jerome in the Study

 

But what no one understands is that there’s an even greater connection of the most important symbol in Melecolia flourish I and Dürer’s final painting of St. Jerome he made in 1521 for the Faktor of Portgual

The 1521 St. Jerome in the Study painting, and incredibly heavily encoded painting

Thanks to the wonders of technology as provided by tech expert Joe Kiernan and his capability of utilizing photographic wizardry to analyze paintings via light-wave separation, we have been able to discover what Dürer really painted in the 1521 St. Jerome painting, what he was pointing to and the other two images surrounding St. Jerome’s hand, which indicate other important symbols Dürer had included much earlier in life in other prints. Joe is trained to study proportions and perspectives, and professionally trained in film and photography.  With this and mathematics he aids his visibility by looking at images through different wavelengths of the light spectrum, at times inverting colors and even simulated x-ray and infrared spectrums

HIDING SECRETS IN PLAIN SIGHT VERY CAREFULLY

Albrecht Dürer brought what was most important to him together in this painting and then let the Faktor of Portugal take it home where it would poison him and his family, as he wrote about in his Netherlands Diary. Now that’s one nasty plan.  SEE http://wp.me/p2M3K7-u6

THE THREE MOST IMPORTANT SYMBOLS IN THE 1521 ST JEROME IN THE STUDY PAINTING

Let’s look at the three most important symbols he was pointing to and is around his hand.

THE MOST IMPORTANT SYMBOL FROM MELENCOLIA FLOURISH I REPRESENTED AS PI

The most important symbol from Melencolia represent as PI OUTLINED IN RED to which St. Jerome directly points
The most important symbol from Melencolia represent as PI OUTLINED IN RED to which St. Jerome directly points

 

THE CAT AT THE KNUCKLE

The second animal at the knuckle of St Jerome outlined.  It's a cat and a coat of arms
The second animal at the knuckle of St Jerome outlined. It’s a cat and a coat of arms

 

UNDER INFRARED SEPCTOGRAPHY

Infrared spectography showing the third symbol and others circles in red
Infrared spectography showing the third symbol and others circles in red

 

When we discuss this painting in full we will go into much more depth about these symbols mean and the other symbols found in this painting.

 

Stay tuned.

 

 

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