Saturday, May 05, 2007


posted by The Vidiot @ 11:56 PM Permalink

David Moir / Reuters
A tourist takes a photograph of the cube carvings on the chapel arches in Scotland's Rosslyn Chapel, the site of a climactic scene in "The Da Vinci Code." A former codebreaker and his composer son say the cubes lining the chapel's ceiling can be interpreted as a musical score.

The music they 'discovered' at Rosslyn Chapel can be heard via this article. It's WAY cool.



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