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Interjection Ten

Taken from Interjection 10 of my book: Discovering Da Vinci's Daughter. This is me trying to describe what I saw the first night I made my initial discovery. It was over 2 years ago now.. crazy. I honestly thought I was going to be on the news the next day, not nearly nothing 2 years later. and I wonder why my site is called "its just life"

"So when I explain what happened to me next I hope you’ll understand that it really did happen, but it’s not something you would normally believe without proof. If I’m right in my theory about it, which I’ll explain after, then I will be able to prove it and maybe even teach others to experience it - but for now it’s just a memory from a mind that hadn’t slept in days..

After looking at the Mona Lisa and Da Vinci’ sketch for literally hours and hours I began to see things..

I started to put the Mona Lisa on top of itself in hundreds of different ways. Placing a smaller copy upside down at one spot and then a larger at another – all …

Single Stroke (Of Genius)

This was made with a single stroke of a pen. There was a lot of planning that went into this!

The History of the world via X-rated cartoons

Pretty interesting. It's a really long cartoon of the history of the world, as portrayed by a fairly naughty cartoon. Very clever.

That one is similar but the evolution of everything, not just humanity. I have an idea for a childs history book that's kinda like that.

I'm "put on notice" woo hoo!

"You have used images from the National Gallery of England that you do not have permission to use, this can result in a $150.000.00 fine, You also are using information obtained from the website of / Michael W. Domoretsky and will be put on notice by The da Vinci Project, Research Group.You will be notified by The da Vinci Project, Research Group as other's have been, such as have been put on notice.Sincerely,The da Vinci Project, Research Group"

I got this comment today. Actually i've never been to this guys web site, nor will I for this exact reason. I had my entire book and 5 previous versions completed and printed before I even knew he existed. There's the blog where I first heard about him, dated May 17th 2007. I never received a response until about a month later, when he sent me an email which was written so drunk that I couldnt even understand…

You won't find this - Carrie Underwood

Moral of the song; Becareful what you let go of, because you might not be able to get it back. And as you look for someone better, you might realize "oh damn" the best might not be "yet to come" it might have already happened. At least that's what I thought Carrie was singing about. Speaking of Carrie Underwood. She was born a day after me - March 10th 1983. (I was March 9th,83) She's blond with hazel eyes, and I think we look very similar. Or is that just me? Maybe we're meant to be! hahahahahaha or she's my long lost sister.

You can hold any girl that you like
Fall in love when it’s easy at night
But you wake up wondering why
She ain’t ever something better
When you’re lost, and you’ve run out of road
Find what I already know
In the end close is all there is
But you won’t find this no you won’t find this

There’s once in a lifetime
And there’s once in a while
And the difference between the two
Is about a million miles
Oh you might get lucky
While the moon is lo…

Optical Illusions

Check that out. it's really cool. They are different optical illusions. The first one is a silhouette of a woman where you have to decide if she is spinning clockwise or counter clockwise. It shows if you're left or right brained. First I saw her going clock wise, but then when I looked down all of the sudden she switched and started to go the other way. When I look away, it switches back and forth. It doesn't really change direction though, it's all in your mind.. woahahahahaha Guess I can use left or right.

Quotes from "The greatest 100 novels"

1. Marcel Proust Remembrance of Things Past

“The only paradise is a paradise lost.”

2. Fyodor Dostoevsky The Brothers Karamozov

“If God is dead, then all things are permitted.”

3. Thomas Mann, The Magic Mountain

“Time has no divisions to mark its passage, there is never a thunder-storm or
blare of trumpets to announce the beginning of a new month or year. Even
when a new century begins it is only we mortals who ring bells and fire off

4. Henry James The Ambassadors

"The right time is any time that one is still so lucky as to have."

5. Miguel de Cervantes Don Quixote

"For the love of God, sir knight errant, if you ever meet me again, please, even
if you see me being cut into little pieces, don't rush to my aid or try to help
me, but just let me be miserable, because no matter what they're doing to me
it couldn't be worse than what will happen if your grace helps, so may God
curse you and every knight errant who's ever been born in the world."

6. Herman Melv…

Mind Reader, literally...

Although this is one of the most fascinating things i've ever heard of, and expected to happen eventually. I'm kinda angry at the same time.

I'm someone who thinks a lot. I'm someone who writes a lot. But i've never been someone who talks a lot until recently. I've learned that you have to write something down if you want to remember it right. Almost every time i've thought "Oh i'll remember this for sure" 5 min later I dont even remember that I was supposed to remember something. If something stays in your mind, it might not find it's way out unless you either write it down, record what you said, or tell someone else who will remember what you said.

My journals are literally thousands of pages long, since 2001. They are all bound together, by year and have tables of contents, and casts of characters.. yeah. crazy

One of the things i've always noticed about writing is that you assume it's t…

Pink- Dear Mr President - Live

War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength.

Sleepy Spudgy

I might have been wrong.

Australian Cattle Dog, Puppy

Wow, cutest puppy ever!

Mona Lisa - Why so Famous?

This is pretty interesting. But no where near as interesting as "She" really is. I explain a lot of the Mysteries mentioned in this video - in my book. The perspective in the background, her true identity, why he "didn't finish it" why he really carried it around with him, why her smile is perceived differently etc. Read my book online now while you can cause i'm taking it off soon, so people will actually have to buy it! My free marketing strategy obviously isn't working hahaha.


Written By Derek

Mona Lisa - Why so Famous?

This is pretty interesting. But no where near as interesting as "She" really is. I explain a lot of the Mysteries mentioned in this video - in my book. The perspective in the background, her true identity, why he "didn't finish it" why he really carried it around with him, why her smile is perceived differently etc. Read my book online now while you can cause i'm taking it off soon, so people will actually have to buy it! My free marketing strategy obviously isn't working hahaha.



One of the last and greatest taboos of humanity is canabalism. There seems to be an innate dissuasion against it. It's disgusting to almost everyone, it's considered savage. I think it's like the opitome of being a carnivor. But what's really interesting to me about it, is that it's something I would think only "stupid" animals would do. Most species don't eat members of their own species, if they did they would die out. A lot of that has to do with the capability to, a snake can't eat another snake thats the same size - it wouldn't fit. But why don't sharks eat each other? Do they recognize that they are the same species or is there some natural aversion for cannabalism?

It almost seems like animals dont want to eat other animals that are similar to themselves if they can help it. Whenever I see great whites circling around a ship and taking turns biting the bait they leave for them, i'm wondering why they don't just eat each other…


ummmm, possibly a DaVinci painting, possibly pornographic. More on this later.

Pets are People too

Spencer the Australian Cattle Dog and Lelu Dallas the budgie. They love me

Out of Mind


Da Vinci, nailed

This guy makes art with nails. This is his version of Da Vinci's self portrait.

How do we beat the bitch?

Some lady asked McCain "How do we beat the bitch?" alluding to Mrs. Clinton.

And that's headline news? They re-acted like 3rd graders, hahahahaha. Omg someone say the "B-Word"

I also love how the headline for it was "Questioner Drops B-Word at McCain Event"

Drops the "B-word" I don't think anyone who understands and can read the news hasn't heard BITCH! C'mon, grow the fuck up people.

Censorship is stupid.

Ark of .. electricity?

Image found this blog which had an interesting post about the ark of the covenant. She gives some compelling evidence that the stories about it could be taken literally and it acted as an electric weapon. Which isn't totally outrageous since they have found batteries from hundreds of years ago.

Discovering Da Vinci's Daughter - Preface

This is the preface for my book. I'm working on a new version now but i'm going to keep this older one available too since it represents a year of my life. The revised version will represent almost another year of evolution and other discovories, and a better understanding of the older stuff.

“Who would believe that so small a space could contain the image of all the universe? O mighty process! What talent can avail to penetrate a nature such as these? What tongue will it be that can unfold so great a wonder? Verily, none! This it is that guides the human discourse to the considering of divine things. Here the figures, here the colors, here all the images of every part of the universe are contracted to a point. O what a point is so marvelous!”


There are secrets in the world no one knows. There are things no one has seen and there are words that no one has ever read. What you’re about to read contains many such mysteries.

I’m about to take you 500 years into the past. You’…

Musical Notes Coded in Last Supper, UH


Italian musician uncovers hidden music in Da Vinci's 'Last Supper'

ROME: It's a new Da Vinci code, but this time it could be for real.
An Italian musician and computer technician claims to have uncovered musical notes encoded in Leonardo Da Vinci's "Last Supper," raising the possibility that the Renaissance genius might have left behind a somber composition to accompany the scene depicted in the 15th-century wall painting.

I have to assume that the majority of people who have been to my web site and blog over the last couple years have assumed i'm just insane. I mean seeing hidden images and finding a real-life Da Vinci "code" - crazy right? Dude, I even considered I was really crazy for most of the time, so I can only imagine what someone else would think.

There have been a lot of times i've doubted what i've found, but then even more times that i've …

This guy is really mad at Bush

There was a link to this video on a myspace bulletin. I've never hear or seen this guy before but he talks really well. It makes you wonder why Clinton got in big trouble for a BJ, and then nothing happens to Bush for what he's done. It's either he did these bad things or he didn't, and if he did then why doesn't something happen?

Politics are stupid

Look Around - Lyrics

Youll get no answer from me
About what I want or what I get
Brave enough to speak afraid to see
Confuse the issue till you forget

And Ive tried
To finally decide
Im in your face

And if you cant already tell
I am unable to let things go
Im told I do it very well
But more important you should know

That all the same
Youve got no one to blame
But yourself
If you call that a waste

Cause it aint me
Thats been hurting you inside
And if youve learned
Youll know much more than i

That youre gonna have to go and find it
Youll have to dig beneath the ground
Youll have to unearth every ugly stone
That kept you on your own
And simply put them down
Youre gonna have to look around

Youll get no answer from me
About what I get or what I want
That was enough to make her leave
Shes not the first one come and gone

And I dont care
Buyer beware
Of me
Cause it might get rough

If you want peace then live alone
If you wanna hide then find a stage
Each a brief but perfect home
To accommodate your rage

And sometimes
In the midst of all my crimes

Just a Dream

It was two weeks after the day she turned 18 All dressed in white, going to the church that night She had his box of letters in the passenger seat Sixpence in her shoe Something borrowed, something blue And when the church doors opened up wide She put her veil down trying to hide the tears Oh she just couldn’t believe it She heard the trumpets from the military band And the flowers fell out of her hands Baby, why'd you leave me, why'd you have to go I was counting on forever, now I'll never knowI can't even breathe It's like I'm looking from a distance, Standing in the background Everybody's saying, he's not coming home now, This can't be happening to me This is just a dream The preacher man said let us bow our heads and pray Lord please lift his soul and heal this hurt Then the congregation all stood up And sang the saddest song that she ever heard Then they handed her a folded up flag And she held on to all she had left of him Oh, and what could’ve been And t…

Fisker Hybrid

So one of my biggest and greatest dreams is to start my own car company. Obviously that's a very expensive and expansive venture. But it doesn't have to be like starting a company as big as Ford or Nissan, you can start small and build your way up.

Fisker started out as an automotive designer who worked on such cars as the BMW Z8 and some Aston Martins, one of which is my all time favorite new car the Vantage. He quit that and went to start his own company which didn't build cars from scratch but heavily modified cars that were already built. You buy a Mercedes SL or a BMW 6 Series and bring it to him and he turns it into a newly designed car, it's called Coach building. Saleen does a similar thing with Mustangs. Fiskers "gimmick" if you could call it that, was to build a designer car, like a Gucci of the automotive world. I'm not sure how well he's done but I really like his style and his company is right in Newport Beach CA. 20 min away from me. But…

Damn Chupicabra

The "Chupicabra" I wrote about last month, is not a mythical monster but a really fugly coyote. I'm dissapointed.


Lately i've really began to wonder what it is that motivates anger. After some contemplation, it's definitely fear and insecurity. People will act like they are angry and hate others, but what it really comes down to is that they hate themselves. No matter how much they try to deny it, no matter how hard they fight it - it's something inside of them. It's not the world vs them, its them vs the world.

The solution? Imagine yourself on your death bed. What then?

"Beware the false motives of others be careful of those who pretend to be brothers and you never suppose it's those who are closest to you they say all the right things to gain their position they use your kindness as their ammunition they shoot you down in the name of ambition they do
it took me a little while to discover wolves in sheep's clothes who pretend to be friends men who lack conscious who even lie to themselves a friend once said and i found it to be true that every day people they lie to god to, so …