Michelangelo’s “Creation” viewed in a different way –
Ramtha on the true meaning of Michelangelo’s work

“Detailed analysis of Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel frescoes reveals a secret that’s been hidden for 500 years: an image of the human brainstem in a panel showing God at the beginning of Creation, according to an article in the May issue of Neurosurgery, official journal of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons,” quoting Infinite Unknown.

– Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel painting explained in the science of the brain
“In an article (1990) titled, “An interpretation of Michelangelo’s Creation of Adam Based on Neuroanatomy” (JAMA 264:1837-1841, 1990), Frank Meshberger MD., writes:

THE BRILLIANT Italian Renaissance artist Michelangelo Buonarroti painted magnificent frescoes on the ceiling of the Vatican’s Sistine Chapel, laboring from 1508 to 1512. Commissioned by Pope Julius II, Michelangelo performed this work himself without assistance. Scholars debate whether he had any guidance from the Church in the selection of the scenes, and what meaning the scenes were to convey. In the fresco traditionally called the Creation of Adam, but which might be more aptly titled the Endowment of Adam, I believe that Michelangelo encoded a special message.

The sculpture and painting of Michelangelo reflect the great knowledge of anatomy that he acquired by performing dissections of the human body…

The Creation of Adam fresco shows Adam and God reaching toward one another, arms outstretched, fingers almost touching. One can imagine the spark of life jumping from God to Adam across that synapse between their fingertips. However, Adam is already alive, his eyes are open, and he is completely formed; but it is the intent of the picture that Adam is to “receive” something [life/knowledge/spirit] from God.
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Click here for a “side-by-side comparison of a tracing of the basic outline of the mid-sagittal brain (with the pituitary gland and brain stem rotated posteriorly) and a tracing of “God’s” background.” (scroll down)

– Ramtha explained almost 2 decades ago the hidden meaning of Michelangelo’s painting
“Look at the painting up on the wall. Who did that painting? Michelangelo. What is it supposed to represent? Creation. Well, that is what they were told, but this is what it really represents. You see God in that beautiful, flowing, white garment? That is a brain with God inside of it. That is a brain sliced open in half.

Symbolically that green, streaming piece of fabric coming out of it is the brainstem and the spinal column, and all those little deities that are propping up God are in fact important glands in the brain. Their bodies represent the part of the body to which that gland flows.

God is reaching out of the frontal lobe to man. Man is represented as an individual who is quite lazy and has no desire to make contact with that which is within him. So the picture actually represents, from times long ago, what only a select few in the world could interpret correctly.”
– Ramtha
Beginning Retreat Level 2
Yelm, WA
August 13, 1996
“Study of the Energy Bands and Centers

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Posted: November 28th, 2014 - Featured Articles, News Headlines, Ramtha, The Brain

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