The unique fame that Leonardo enjoyed in his lifetime and that, filtered by historical criticism, has remained undimmed to the present day rests largely on his unlimited desire for knowledge, which guided all his thinking and behaviour. An artist by disposition and endowment, he considered his eyes to be his main avenue to knowledge; to Leonardo, sight was man’s highest sense because it alone conveyed the facts of experience immediately, correctly, and with certainty. Hence, every phenomenon perceived became an object of knowledge, and saper vedere (“knowing how to see”) became the great theme of his studies. He applied his creativity to every realm in which graphic representation is used: he was a painter, sculptor, architect, and engineer. But he went even beyond that. He used his superb intellect, unusual powers of observation, and mastery of the art of drawing to study nature itself, a line of inquiry that allowed his dual pursuits of art and science to flouris
When the plague ravaged Europe, when the witch hysteria was boiling in Europe, then Leonardo da Vinci went out and reflected, interpreted and sketched. That’s what I do, but in an updated way. My youtube posts are exactly the same as his sketching. It’s an artistic process – after a while, something – I don’t know what – will come out of it!
I reflect on my surroundings – I just have to!
I don’t think the presentation we generally get of reality matches what reality is!
And I think the word conspiracy theories is used way too much, it gets thrown out as soon as something describes something that the mainstream hasn’t embraced – is the mainstream god?
We must question, we must wonder… otherwise we are a bunch of sheep’s skulls!
About – Maui – and other things
More and more people believe that the fire was started – with some advanced “tool” – it doesn’t match with an ordinary fire – trees remains in the middle of houses that are completely charred.
about the fire – a biologist explains – fire typ microwave
Here a resident man who goes around and registers the land, the houses after the fire.