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Jesus, King Arthur, and the Journey of the Grail: The Secrets of the Sun Kings by Maurice M. Cotterell

Reveals how the super-science of the sun and the higher orders of spirituality are concealed and contained in the Holy Grail

• Connects the discovery of 4,000-year-old Celtic mummies in China with the transmission of this ancient knowledge

• Documents the truth of the Holy Grail’s connection with King Arthur and Joseph of Arimathea

• Confirms the pedigree of the Grail using secret information from the Mayan Pyramid of Inscriptions in Mexico and the Gateway of the Sun in Peru

Using the same knowledge that enabled him to break the codes of the Mayas, Peruvians, Egyptians, and Chinese, Maurice Cotterell now follows the migration of the Celts 4,000 years ago from Asia, across Europe, to Ireland. His account of this epic journey together with his knowledge of the secret codes of the Celts help him to identify and locate the Holy Grail, the actual cup used by Christ and his disciples at the Last Supper.

The author explains the true story of the Grail: how it contains the secret super-science of the sun and the higher orders of spirituality; how it was carried to England by Joseph of Arimathea; how in A.D. 453 it was found by King Arthur, who engraved it with the same esoteric information found on the Pyramid of Inscriptions in Palenque, Mexico, and the Gateway of the Sun at Tiahuanaco in ancient Peru. His discoveries reveal that the Grail does actually radiate light, in accordance with the Arthurian legends, proving that the so-called legends are actually based on fact. The author goes on to show how the holy cup was passed for safekeeping to the monks of Lindisfarne, who copied the secrets of the Grail into the Lindisfarne Gospels and the Book of Kells. Fleeing from Viking raids, the monks carried their treasures to Ireland, explaining how the cup found its way to the Dublin Museum--where it rests today.
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World of Mysteries - Quest for the Holy Grail

Legends of Glastonbury - Joseph of Arimathea

Glastonbury is my favorite place in England. It is also, in my opinion, the most magical. But there is far more to this historical place than its role in some fantasy novels. There is a cross there presented by Queen Elizabeth II to honor it as a place so ancient its orgins can only be sought in legend. Consequently, many legends have arisen about it, especially concerning King Arthur. The Holy Grail was believed to have been kept at Glastonbury for many years.

Joseph of Arimathea was not only a prominent figure in the New Testament of the Bible, but legend records that he was the uncle of Jesus of Nazareth as well. Some of the stories say that Joseph was also a soldier of Pilate, and was given the Holy Grail, the cup that Christ used at the Last Supper. After the Resurrection, Joseph was thrown into a dungeon where Jesus appeared to him and gave him the Grail which he had lost after the crucifixion. According to legend, Joseph of Arimathea not only came to Britain, but he eventually settled in Glastonbury and was gifted land by the King Arviragus. If you visit Glastonbury today you can visit the Chalice Well and Gardens , and taste the water for yourself.

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William Blake's dramatic poem 'Jerusalem' familiar nowadays as an inspirational hymn, draws on the myth that Christ himself may have visited Glastonbury with Joseph of Arimathea and 'walked on England's mountains green'. The Gospels record that Joseph of Arimathea was a wealthy follower of Christ who buried Christ's body in his own tomb after the Crucifixion., Here, you will find two different versions about Joseph of Arimathea and the origin of the Holy Grail - the original poem by Robert de Boron and the later Vulgate version on the history of the Grail, written by unknown author or authors.

Joseph of Arimathea was, according to all four canonical gospels , the man who assumed responsibility for the burial of Jesus after his crucifixion. A number of stories that developed during the Middle Ages connect him with Glastonbury , where the stories said he founded the earliest Christian oratory , and also with the Holy Grail legend. Matthew described him simply as a rich man and disciple of Jesus, but according to Mark Joseph of Arimathea was "a respected member of the council, who was also himself looking for the kingdom of God"; and Luke —56 adds that he "had not consented to their decision and action". According to John , upon hearing of Jesus' death, this secret disciple of Jesus "asked Pilate that he might take away the body of Jesus, and Pilate gave him permission. There, according to John , Joseph and Nicodemus took the body and bound it in linen cloths with the spices that Nicodemus had bought.

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