September 11, 2006
Jesus, King Arthur, and the Journey of the Grail: The Secrets of the Sun Kings
By Maurice Cotterell
Publisher: Bear & Company (April 2006)
Pages: 241 - Price: $16.00
Review by Lee Prosser - firstname.lastname@example.org
This Maurice Cotterell book is bound to stir up controversy with its keen insights and revelations about the migration of the Celts over 4,000 years ago, as the Celts migrated from Asia, across Europe, finally to Ireland. He makes a case for the location of the Holy Grail as being permanently located in today's Dublin Museum.
The investigation of the Grail legend and history reveals how it contains keys to uncovering the secret science of the sun and to ascending the higher order of spirituality. How it was taken to England by Joseph of Arimathea is disclosed, and how in 453 AD it was discovered by King Arthur.
The story is a first rate mystery tale in itself, and the truth of the matter adds to its strangeness. The illustrations and text make this a must have for those interested in the ancient mysteries and supernatural aspects of the Holy Grail in Celtic studies.
The book makes for splendid reading. Educational and entertaining. People will be surprised by what they read in this fine nonfiction book. Excellent.
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