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Re: Rosslyn Chapel Offer Up Another Surprise
Inexplicable to me too in terms of what the stain actually is but if you
look directly above the place where the stains appear to originate on the
top of the head, you will see on the natural stone cornice above, a line of
the same staining material dribbling down from above camera. May be a water
stain or something else but to me, at any rate, it looks unlikely to begin
with the head of the angel.
Yours aye, Rory
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Date: Sunday, August 08, 1999 7:13 PM
Subject: Rosslyn Chapel Offer Up Another Surprise
>I am a new member of the Sinclair Discussion list. Unlike most members of
the Sinclair family, I have to go back 19 generations to Mary Sinclair to
make the connection, the daughter of Prince Henry Sinclair.
>In February of this year, I made my first visit to Rosslyn Chapel. Like
most visitors I took several photographs of the chapel. Two of the
photographs I took were carvings in the sacristy that someone in recent
times painted. One was an angel that, when enlarged, revealed blood-like
stains which flowed from what appeared to be a wound to the right side of
the angel's forehead. If you are interested in seeing this photograph, you
are invited to proceed to the following address:
>At this point in time, I cannot explain how these stains came about. The
wound that is implied by the flow of the blood-like stains closely
corresponds in location to that depicted in the carving of the apprentice.
The blood-like stains have gone un-noticed until now, based on information I
have received from people close to Rosslyn Chapel.
>I will keep you posted on the status of this discovery in the futures.
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