Monday, June 4, 2007

Dentist Breaks Da Vinci Code With Love

SANDPOINT, Idaho (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Many Dan Brown readers have tried to crack The Da Vinci Code, but a dentist from Sandpoint, Idaho, claims he’s finally broken it with music from the heart.

Dr. Leonard Horowitz, author of Love: The Real Da Vinci Code (Tetrahedron LLC) has discovered that love has a specific frequency and the wrong sound waves from certain types of music can be hazardous to your health.

For example, Horowitz and his daughter once walked out of a rockin’ Eric Clapton concert because they both got headaches from a pitch that caused true “Tears in Heaven.”

As he puts it, “If Eric Clapton would simply retune his guitar from A440 to A417, his music would resonate with the love of the Creator and be blessed.”

But though Horowitz is telling Clapton to “Lay Down Sally,” he recognizes contemporary crooner John Mayer’s “Waiting on the World to Change” for its melodious message.

Says Horowitz: “That song’s meaning applies the real Da Vinci code.”

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