Monday, September 10, 2007

Music Found in Ceiling Carvings?

Researcher claim to have found music encoded in intricate ceiling carvings in the 15th centruy Rosslyn Chapel near Edinburgh, Scotland. This is the chapel where author Dan Brown set the climax to his best-selling book The Da Vinci Code.

Shomas Mitchell, a former military code breaker, and his son Stuart, a music teacher, claim to have deciphered the musical notations hewn into stone cubes on the ribs supporting the ceiling.