Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mother Was Chinese. Angelo Paratico’s Book, "Leonardo Da Vinci: a Chinese Scholar Lost in Renaissance Italy," Presents Facts and Documents Proving It.

According to Angelo Paratico, an Italian historian and writer, Leonardo Da Vinci’s mother was a Chinese domestic slave imported by Venetian traders from Crimea and then sold to a wealthy Florentine banker. And the Mona Lisa, as was suspected by Sigmund Freud in 1910, is actually her image.

Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R., April 21, 2015 –(PR.com)– According to Angelo Paratico, an Italian historian and writer, Leonardo Da Vinci’s mother was a Chinese domestic slave imported by Venetian traders from Crimea and then sold to a wealthy Florentine banker. And the Mona Lisa, as was suspected by Sigmund Freud in 1910, is actually her image.

This week, Lascar Publishing has released the much-awaited book, “Leonardo Da Vinci: A Chinese Scholar Lost in Renaissance Italy,” about this astonishing research.

During the first week of December 2014, the news of its imminent publication was noted in several newspapers and blogs, creating a worldwide craze. In China alone, over 5 million people viewed the articles and left more than 160,000 comments.

The author was interviewed by CNN, BBC, Rossiya, Rai News and several other networks about his mind-boggling discoveries and allegations. FBI Prod is preparing a documentary on this subject, which is due to be released in June 2015.

For more information visit www.lascarpublishing.com/leonardo
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