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Re: Rosslyn Chapel Offer Up Another Surprise
I just looked at this angel picture. Are the carvings really painted
different colors? And the eyes also? I just checked two books I have and I
can't see any color. How was this done? OR why?
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Date: Sunday, August 08, 1999 4:09 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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