Servants of the Grail

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  • Copyright: 2009-02-16
  • Publisher: Natl Book Network
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The legend of the Holy Grail is known throughout the world. Most people however, believe that it is no more than a story that has been greatly exaggerated over time. Servants of the Grail is a groundbreaking book that will change even the most skeptical of minds. Based on years of detailed and painstaking academic research, author Philip Coppens has uncovered evidence proving that that Grail story is based on real-life events and people in a specific timeframe, 1104 to 1137, and in a specific location the royal court of Aragon in northern Spain, as well as identifying the Grail as a foundation stone rather than a cup or chalice as is commonly believed. The result is a unique and revelatory book that will change our understanding of one of the most widely known myths in human history.

Author Biography

Philip Coppens worked as an investigative journalist, specializing in politics and intelligence. In 1995, he established Frontier Magazine in the Netherlands and Belgium and in 2005, he co-founded Les Carnets Secrets, an alternative history magazine in France. He was a primary contributor to The Templar Revelation, the book which Dan Brown credited as being the main inspiration for The Da Vinci Code. He also wrote The Stone Puzzle of Rosslyn Chapel, The Canopus Revelation, Land of the Gods and The New Pyramid Age. He lives in Scotland.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgmentsp. viii
Introductionp. 1
A Grail Cup?p. 9
The Quest for the Grail bookp. 29
The Hermetic Grailp. 47
The Grail Initiationp. 66
The Spanish origins of the Grailp. 87
Percevalp. 115
A prehistory of the Grailp. 136
The Egyptian Grailp. 163
The Protectors of the Grailp. 184
The realms of the Grailp. 216
The identity of the Grailp. 246
Epilogue: The Grail Crusade?p. 275
The Cup or Monadp. 289
Apuleiusp. 294
Referencesp. 302
Chronologyp. 315
Bibliographyp. 318
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