Italian Renaissance Artist Michelangelo’s Possible Hidden Imagery of the Human Brain

Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni, better known as "Michelangelo" has a painting in the Sistine Chapel which depicts God enthralled in a red cape like textile, but what’s truly interesting is that the outline of this image directly matches that if a bifurcated brain if observed from the side (eg. either hemisphere of the brain separated from its other half). Whether or not this as intentional is debatable. It has also been suggested that this shape is designed to represent a uterus, tha...

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