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Re: Rosslyn Chapel
At 21:24 30/04/00 -0400, you wrote:
>Thanks Niven for your comments. I know this has been a burning subject for
>you for a long time. I am not sure what you mean about the timing having to
>All of us who have read the books that each point at Rosslyn from so many
>aspects, as a place of intrigue and a storehouse of knowledge, have wished
>to learn it's secrets. What do we have to do?
>Is this something that as a clan we can make into a "Cause" and launch a
>Do others out there feel as I do?
There is a time for everything. I (and others) do not think that the
present climate at
Rosslyn is conducive to opening the vaults. This has to be done under the
the Sinclair family and with the guidance of those who understand the key
Rosslyn plays in the Edinburgh matrix of grids. The Chapel is held in a
Rosslyn was a sacred site long before the Sinclairs assumed the mantle of
place and made it their own. We interfere with such things at our peril if
we do so for
gain or curiosity. There is an esoteric and spiritual dimension to Rosslyn
be understood. The old adage about "fools rushing in where angels fear to
with great force at Rosslyn.
It is difficult for me to explain in words without giving the impression of
being a crank but,
believe me, I am not one of the kaftan and sandal brigade.
We will know when the time is ripe.
In the meantime, try to get a copy of "Rosslyn" and of "Rex Deus" by Tim
Murphy with whom I am currently cooperating on the definitive work about
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Niven Sinclair" <email@example.com>
>Sent: Monday, April 24, 2000 2:29 PM
>Subject: Re: Rosslyn Chapel
> > At 11:50 21/04/00 -0400, you wrote:
> > >Dear All,
> > >Can anyone please provide any update on the vaults under the chapel and
> > >plans to open them up?
> > >David Sinclair
> > There is no immediate intention to open the vaults at Rosslyn Chapel
> > because (a) approval
> > would have to be given by Historic Scotland and (b) the timing has to be
> > right because these
> > are no ordinary vaults.
> > I had permission to enter and film in the vaults but access was too
> > difficult so I contented
> > myself by carrying out three separate sonar surveys (one of them under the
> > aegis of Edinburgh
> > University) and by involving well-known and respected
> > dowsers. Non-invasive techniques are
> > being constantly improved and it is through these methods, rather than
> > physical entry of the
> > vaults, that our knowledge of the contents of the vaults will be
> > confirmed. This will certainly
> > include a Black Madonna.
> > Niven Sinclair
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