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  IIII nternationalnternationalnternationalnternational  L LL L  ightWorkerS ightWorkerS ightWorkerS ightWorkerS Leonardo da Vinci Initiation   LightWorker™ Series Channelled by Dr. David Joshua Stone Manual by Jens Søeborg  Leonardo da Vinci Initiation (LightWorker™ Series)  This initiation is one of the many, channelled by Dr. Joshua David Stone, shown on the picture to the right. They are from a numbered list of 303 initiations. I have sorted them differently, but I have kept the number as well, but skipped the The in front of all names. Dr. Stone is giving them free as true gifts from our eternal and infinite Spirit, coming directly from the Absolute Source of Divine Light and Divine Love. I will do simple manuals to them when I have time, mainly with material from Wikipedia. And remember they are all free of any charge and obligation. You are free to copy and pass on. I will send copies to Dr. Joshua David Stone, and if you translate, then please pass a copy to  both of us: and LightWorker™ Remarkable Persons Initiations 1 (Dr. Joshua David Stone)  Abraham Lincoln Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 98) (LightWorker™ Series)  Albert Einstein Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 110) (LightWorker™ Series)  Andres Segovia Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 40) (LightWorker™ Series) Benjamin Franklin Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 192) (LightWorker™ Series) Bill Clinton Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 167) (LightWorker™ Series) Carl Jung Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 100) (LightWorker™ Series) Christopher Columbus Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 185) (LightWorker™ Series) Confucius Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 191) (LightWorker™ Series) Dalai Lama Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 135) (LightWorker™ Series) Edgar Cayce Initiations 1-2 (Dr. Joshua David Stone 85+149) (LightWorker™ Series) Elizabeth Kuebler-Ross Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 152) (LightWorker™ Series) Franklin Delanor Roosevelt Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 196) (LightWorker™ Series) Fritz Perls Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 104) (LightWorker™ Series) Gloria Hoppala Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 109) (LightWorker™ Series) Helen Keller Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 181) (LightWorker™ Series) Jack La Lane Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 41) (LightWorker™ Series) John F. Kennedy Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 99) (LightWorker™ Series) John Paul II Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 186) (LightWorker™ Series) Joshua David Stone Initiations 1-2 (Dr. Joshua David Stone 115+224) (LightWorker™ Series) Ken Keyes Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 146) (LightWorker™ Series) Leonardo Da Vinci Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 132) (LightWorker™ Series) Martin Luther King Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 97) (LightWorker™ Series) Meyer Baba Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 143) (LightWorker™ Series) Michaelangelo Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 102) (LightWorker™ Series) Nelson Mandela Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 183) (LightWorker™ Series) Nikola Tesla Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 111) (LightWorker™ Series) Norman Cousins Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 147) (LightWorker™ Series) Norman Vincent Peale Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 144) (LightWorker™ Series) Omar Arabia Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 226) (LightWorker™ Series) Paul Solomon Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 145) (LightWorker™ Series) Plato Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 206) (LightWorker™ Series) Pythagoras Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 205) (LightWorker™ Series) Ram Dass Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 151) (LightWorker™ Series) Robert Schuller Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 198) (LightWorker™ Series) Roberto Assagioli Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 128) (LightWorker™ Series) Rosa Parks Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 180) (LightWorker™ Series) Rudolf Steiner Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 142) (LightWorker™ Series) Sai Baba Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 80) (LightWorker™ Series)  Socrates Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 204) (LightWorker™ Series) Sri Yukteswar Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 119) (LightWorker™ Series) Swami Vivekananda Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 140) (LightWorker™ Series) Theodore Roosevelt Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 179) (LightWorker™ Series)  Virginia Sattir Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 108) (LightWorker™ Series)  William Shakespeare Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 148) (LightWorker™ Series) LightWorker™ Remarkable Persons Initiations 2 (Other founders) Leif Ericson Initiation (Jens Söeborg) (LightWorker™ Series)   Hildegard of Bingen Initiation (Jens Söeborg) (LightWorker™ Series) Mother Teresa Initiation (Charmaine Söeborg) (LightWorker™ Series)  Receiving the Initiation Start with Gassho (prayer posture). Meditate on the light and love energies around you, above  you and inside of you. Ask the help of your higher self and others of your helpers such as the mighty I AM Presence, the angels and archangels, masters and mahatma guides of meditation, ascension and initiation. Accept receiving the initiation from your teacher. Sense the energies! Enjoy! Expand! Relax... If you receive more than one initiation, then please remember to take deep breaths in-between initiations.  Passing on the Initiation  To Pass the Initiations to others do the same process as above. Just intend to pass them and read them out loud waiting for a few moments in-between initiations sensing the energies running and the spiritual shifts. Trust in the Higher Wisdom and Power. Enjoy! Expand! Relax... Leonardo da Vinci From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci (April 15, 1452 – May 2, 1519)  was an Italian polymath: scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, painter, sculptor, architect, musician, and  writer. He was born and raised near Vinci, Italy, the illegitimate son of a notary, Messer Piero, and a peasant woman, Caterina. He had no surname in the modern sense, da Vinci simply meaning of  Vinci . His full birth name was Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci , meaning Leonardo, son of (Mes)ser Piero from Vinci. Leonardo has often been described as the archetype of the Renaissance man , a man whose seemingly infinite curiosity  was equalled only by his powers of invention. He is widely considered to be one of the greatest painters of all time and perhaps the most diversely talented person ever to have lived. It is primarily as a painter that Leonardo was and is renowned. Two of his works, the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper occupy unique positions as the most famous, the most illustrated and most imitated portrait and religious painting of all time. Their fame is approached only by Michelangelo's Creation of Adam. Leonardo's drawing of the Vitruvian Man is also iconic.  As an engineer, Leonardo conceived ideas vastly ahead of his own time, conceptually inventing a helicopter, a tank, the use of concentrated solar power, a calculator, a rudimentary theory of  plate tectonics, the double hull, and many others. Relatively few of his designs were constructed or were feasible during his lifetime. Some of his smaller inventions such as an automated bobbin  winder and a machine for testing the tensile strength of wire entered the world of manufacturing unheralded. He greatly advanced the state of knowledge in the fields of anatomy, astronomy, civil engineering, optics, and the study of water (hydrodynamics). Of his works, only a few paintings survive, together with his notebooks, which contain drawings, scientific diagrams, and notes. Early life, 1452-1466  Leonardo was born on April 15, 1452, in Anchiano, a hamlet near the town of Vinci in the lower  valley of the Arno, within the territories of Florence. Leonardo was later to record only two incidents of his childhood. One, which he regarded as an omen, was when a hawk dropped from the sky and hovered over his cradle, its tail feathers brushing his face. The second incident occurred while he was exploring in the mountains. He discovered a cave and recorded his emotions at being, on one hand, terrified that some great monster might lurk there and on the other, driven by curiosity to find out what was inside.  At the age of five, he went to live in the household of his father, grandparents and uncle, Francesco, in the small town of Vinci, where his father had married a sixteen-year-old girl named Albiera, who loved Leonardo but unfortunately died young.  Vasari, the 16th century biographer of Renaissance painters, tells the story of how a local peasant requested that Ser Piero ask his talented son to paint a picture on a round plaque. Leonardo responded with a painting of snakes spitting fire which was so terrifying that Ser Piero sold it to a Florentine art dealer, who sold it to the Duke of Milan. Meanwhile, having made a profit, Ser Piero bought a plaque decorated with a heart pierced by an arrow which he gave to the peasant. The earliest known dated work of Leonardo's is a drawing done in pen and ink of the Arno  valley, drawn on 5 August, 1473.  Verrocchio's workshop, 1466-76   In 1466 Leonardo was apprenticed to one of the most proficient artists of his day, Andrea di Cione, known as Verrocchio. The workshop of this renowned master was at the centre of the intellectual currents of Florence, assuring the young Leonardo of an education in the humanities. Among the painters apprenticed or associated with the workshop and also to  become famous, were Perugino, Botticelli, and Lorenzo di Credi. In a quarttrocento workshop such as Verrocchio's, artists were regarded primarily as craftsmen and only a master such as Verrocchio had social standing. The products of a workshop included decorated tournament shields, painted dowry chests, christening platters, votive plaques, small portraits, and devotional pictures. Major commissions included altarpieces for churches and commemorative statues. The largest commissions were fresco cycles for chapels. As a fourteen- year-old apprentice Leonardo would have been trained in all the countless skills that were employed in a traditional workshop.  Although many craftsmen specialised in tasks such as frame-making, gilding and bronze casting,

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