Musical Code Found in “DaVinci Code” Chapel
DAILY MUSE | Here’s an absolutely fascinating find. A father and son team studying the Rossyln Chapel in Scotland (made famous in “The DaVinci Code”) have found a code in geometric stone carvings inside the chapel from which they have decoded musical compositos. Check it out here and here. Quite beautiful!
Here is a physical demonstration of their theory used in deciphering the code.
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