Walter H. Hunt - Author

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A Song in Stone

A Song in Stone

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In the summer of 2005, I had the opportunity to visit Rosslyn Chapel, an extraordinary site just seven miles from Edinburgh. The final scenes in the best-selling novel The DaVinci Code take place there; it's said to be the resting place of the Ark of the Covenant and the Grail, among other things. It also has Masonic and Knight Templar connections. My tour guide that day was a fellow Mason, who was very knowledgeable about the place – both the traditional lore and the somewhat more esoteric stories. While I was standing with him in the northeast corner of the chapel – highly significant, that, as my fellow Masons will attest – he and I had a conversation similar to the one below.

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A Song in Stone 2

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I have a project in progress called A Word In the Air, which is a sequel to A Song In Stone. While I was satisfied with the story in the first book, there were enough things left unanswered – and at least one part of the pilgrimage left incomplete – that it seemed suitable to continue in the same milieu.

I presently have about 30,000 words written, and expect to get back to working on it in the fall. I'll post an announcement to the front page when I have more news.

 

A Song In Stone Glossary

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A Song In Stone: Gloss and Annotations

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