Bird's-Eye View of a Landscape.
Painting by Leonardo Da Vinci
Leonardo Da Vinci
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Madonna of the Yarnwinder
Virgin and Child with St. Anne
The name of Peter Harkos had hit newspaper headlines many a time because
of his uncanny gift of divine insight. Peter works for Dutch intelligence.
It is said that once he fell from a great height. After the accident,
he felt that he had developed a sort of sixth sense. He could tell the
position of a questioner by simply hearing his voice. Not only that, he
could sense his problems without being told about them. By only touching
a thing, he is able to tell extraordinary details about it. He says that
he is able to do so by concentrating on it.
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