Stuart Mitchell - Decoding Roslyn Chapel Harmonics

The Rosslyn Stave Angel - Music Cipher

Scottish pianist and composer Stuart Mitchell (21 December 1965 - August 2018 when he died of lung cancer) and I met online in 2006, synchronicities linking our research. The journey of humanity is the quest to find its origins encoded in our DNA, art, music, and an architectural blueprint that holds the harmonic key to our creation. Reality is a Simulation through which we vicariously experience emotions.

Stu was one of the nicest and most talented people I met along the way. He had wanted me to visit him in Scotland and meet his family also connected to his research, but I never got there. We drifted apart with an occasional email.

On Sunday, May 19, 2019 Stewart came to see me in spirit. I was very surprised to see him as he would only be in his early 50s. But here he is reminding me how right we are about reality being a harmonic simulation to which consciousness connected by frequency. I am so glad you confirmed the things we talked about. Goodbye my friend. May the beauty of your soul and music remain in the grids forever.

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Stuart Mitchell (Pianist/Composer) "The Statue Of ZEUS"

In 2007, Stuart's CD and book, "The Rosslyn Motet", were complete and hit the world by storm as researchers hope to unlock ancient secrets through music.

Team cracks chapel's music 'code' BBC - April 30, 2007

Exclusive Da Vinci Chorus - April 22, 2007 -

The Cubes and the Apprentice Pillar

Note the Spiraling Column (DNA) Symbology

Above and Below - Ouroboros

Stuart and I discussed the 213 cubes on the ceiling and the Apprentice Pillar, at the top of which we find the stave angels, and at the bottom an Ouroboros which takes us to full circle - consciousness spiraling into the light of creation.

Stuart wrote:

Cymatics Found in Space - Research by Stuart Mitchell

Are the notes of the Rosslyn Motet the same as
those emanating from Saturn's North Pole hexagon?

Cymatics on Saturn

Cassini discovers music of the rings Cassini Huygens - November 2004 -- "Saturn's magnificent ring system, a huge disc resembling an old gramophone record, turns out to share another property with the LP: it constantly emits a melodic series of musical notes. The surprising discovery was made by radio and plasma wave detectors on board the Cassini spacecraft as it passed over Saturn's rings during its arrival at the planet in July."

The Da Vinci chapel echoes to sound of Saturn -- - May 29, 2007