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Time Spent With the Harvard Classics: Sir Thomas Malory - The Holy Grail

First published in 1485, Le Morte d’Arthur or The Death of Arthur is a reworking of existing tales by Sir Thomas Malory that pertain to King Arthur, Guinevere, Lancelot, Merlin and other tales about the Knights of the Round Table. 192 more words

Thought For The Day

The artefact

The rays of light from the torch cut through stale air of the secret chamber. Specks of dust scintillated in its sheen.

Professor Detlev Hörder gasped. 152 more words


The Guard Rabbit

Ever since I was little, I’ve been in love with the idea of vicious bunnies. Coincidentally I ended up with one of my own.


More Proof They Are Just Making This Stuff Up

Have you ever heard of the Holy Grail? If you haven’t I suggest you get out more. My question is: is it real? Does it have a real connection to the Jesus story? 212 more words


The Fisher King (1991)

Robin Williams’s early nineties feature, The Fisher King tells the story of a professor, Parry, (played by Williams) driven to homelessness by a traumatic event caused in part by Jack (Jeff Bridges), a top “shock DJ” in New York. 983 more words

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The Grail Mysteries: Healing the Wounded Queens with the Thirteen Treasures of Britain – Introduction

By Annie Dieu-Le-Veut

Classic Grail literature, scribed by the Normans around the 12th century, concentrates on the Wounded King archetype – one which is immensely valuable for deep inner healing at the shamanic level. 756 more words

Mind Body & Soul

The Early Arthurian German Tradition (Notes:18)

Early medieval Germany was comprised of independent city-states. Their only unifying factor was a set of cultural and linguistic practices. So, in regards to the German contribution of Arthurian ideas, it is Perceval, the Holy Grail, and the Tristen legend which receive the most attention by German authors. 347 more words

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