Tag Archives: Holy Grail

Pilgrimage as Metaphor

The Camino Caroline Myss posted a video on Facebook this morning. In it she discussed her observations about the Camino de Santiago. The salient point she made was that stepping off the path, you returned to the ordinary world, and … Continue reading

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Nazis Over Montsegur?

Raiders of the Lost Grail This one is going to seem a little far-fetched. But it is not outside the realms of possibility. While researching Montsegur stories yesterday, I came across this one about Otto Rahn, who had been assigned … Continue reading

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Close Encounters of the Fourth Kind

[I was reviewing some of my Revelation posts from April 2018, and came across the one I’d written about seven being a divine number. Then I remembered this chapter from Who’d Have Thought It? Here it is in full:] Around … Continue reading

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“X” Marks the Spot

Have you ever wondered why this one letter of the alphabet is used so much more on its own than others? Maybe there’s a hidden message encoded in it. Pirate Treasure I was reading a post by David Wilcock a … Continue reading

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Who’d Have Thought It

A Community Healing Project When Suzanne Thomas told me in the latter part of last year that she was going to knuckle down and finally write THE book that she’d promised to do all those years ago, I thought, ‘Wow. … Continue reading

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