Welcome to a small peak into the world of artist Johannes Vermeer, who lived in Delft in the golden age of Dutch painters from his birth on October 1632, to his death in December 1675.
There has been much written, but really little known about his most famous work, The girl with the pearl earring, which is now housed in the Mauritshuis Art Museum in The Hague Netherlands.
At hand I have Sussan, a psychic channeler who together with myself has written over twenty books on channeling famous personalities.
We have made contact with the spirit of Johannes Vermeer to ask, who the girl was in the painting with the blue turban that modeled for him. Was she as bestselling fiction author Tracy Chevalier tells us, a servant in his household, or was she his daughter Maria, as proposed by New York writer Lawrence Weschler.
This maybe one of the great mysteries of the art world to date, however we have the answer straight from the artist himself Johannes Vermeer.
There are other peculiarities in his world, such as what influence did his daughter Maria have in his paintings, and the real cause of his untimely death at 43 years.
So if you want answers read on.