Amateur UK archaeologist: Holy Grail in secret crypt in West London river

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that article is very interesting Duke. I used to follow Grail news stories for a long time and I do believe this one is the first in a long time that is original . Templars must have been a very big player until king filip destroyed them. I also believe he died shortly after De Molay did.
 

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This more than has my attention. It's going to be interesting to see if it's the real thing or something else. I'd think that if the Grail were to ever be found, it would be. Most likely and personally speaking, if this isn't it, the real Grail has been so well hidden that no one will ever find it because we weren't meant to along with the Ark.
 
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We’ve heard these claims before. I wasn’t surprised there was no picture and this raises doubts. I would think that if he had found it there would be at least a pic. This wouldn’t give away the location. I can understand being secretive until there’s some type of validation.
 
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It'd be one of the greatest finds of all time if it's even true but was the Grail ever mentioned in the bible? Does anyone know?
 
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It'd be one of the greatest finds of all time if it's even true but was the Grail ever mentioned in the bible? Does anyone know?
The Holy Chalice, also known as the Holy Grail, is in Christian tradition the vessel that Jesus used at the Last Supper to serve wine. The Synoptic Gospels refer to Jesus sharing a cup of wine with the Apostles, saying it was the covenant in his blood.

The cup received only a passing mention in the Bible, and its religious significance didn't arise until medieval legends entwined ancient Celtic myths with the Christian tradition of the Holy Chalice used by Jesus at the Last Supper.
 

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The Holy Chalice, also known as the Holy Grail, is in Christian tradition the vessel that Jesus used at the Last Supper to serve wine. The Synoptic Gospels refer to Jesus sharing a cup of wine with the Apostles, saying it was the covenant in his blood.

The cup received only a passing mention in the Bible, and its religious significance didn't arise until medieval legends entwined ancient Celtic myths with the Christian tradition of the Holy Chalice used by Jesus at the Last Supper.
The Druids had a belief in the cauldron of rebirth, also known as the cauldron of the Dagda. I have also read Cerridwen had a cauldron. What is the truth I dont know but cups can contain liquid which can become any form if the container is given to hold it. . Dagda meaning good god. Dagda had a club that could either kill or heal and he had a cauldron that never ran out of food. A sacred vessel is part of Celtic lore but I dont thik the Germanic peoples had such a cauldron. I have red where in Midieval times and maybe earlier that the early Christians also believe that the blood of Christ was collected in the vessel used to serve the wine at the last supper. The spear of Longinus is also a relic that has mystical powers as it was the device used to pierce the side of CHrist. Many an emperor has had their hands on it.
 

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The Druids had a belief in the cauldron of rebirth, also known as the cauldron of the Dagda. I have also read Cerridwen had a cauldron. What is the truth I dont know but cups can contain liquid which can become any form if the container is given to hold it. . Dagda meaning good god. Dagda had a club that could either kill or heal and he had a cauldron that never ran out of food. A sacred vessel is part of Celtic lore but I dont thik the Germanic peoples had such a cauldron. I have red where in Midieval times and maybe earlier that the early Christians also believe that the blood of Christ was collected in the vessel used to serve the wine at the last supper. The spear of Longinus is also a relic that has mystical powers as it was the device used to pierce the side of CHrist. Many an emperor has had their hands on it.
Would you say the spear is as famed as the Grail? I've read the bible's account of the crucifixion and the spear that pierced his side, but that's all the reading I've actually done on the subject. The Grail, however, has always grabbed my attention. I've had somewhat of a nearly lifelong fascination with it.
 
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