Cup of Destiny

Cup of Destiny In The Cup of Destiny Trevor Ravenscroft sought to answer the many questions posed by readers of his enormously well received Spear of Destiny and to address a growing interest in the spiritual sign

  • Title: Cup of Destiny
  • Author: Trevor Ravenscroft
  • ISBN: 9780877285465
  • Page: 140
  • Format: Paperback
  • Cup of Destiny

    In The Cup of Destiny, Trevor Ravenscroft sought to answer the many questions posed by readers of his enormously well received Spear of Destiny, and to address a growing interest in the spiritual significance of the quest sagas of the Middle Ages In taking us beyond the enchanting drama and symbolism into the very heart of the legend of the Holy Grail, he unveils aIn The Cup of Destiny, Trevor Ravenscroft sought to answer the many questions posed by readers of his enormously well received Spear of Destiny, and to address a growing interest in the spiritual significance of the quest sagas of the Middle Ages In taking us beyond the enchanting drama and symbolism into the very heart of the legend of the Holy Grail, he unveils a unique path of initiation into the deepest mysteries of Christianity and makes obvious the parallels to other faiths, including Buddhism, Zoroastrianism and Manichaeism.

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    One thought on “Cup of Destiny

    1. David

      what better than my review all three sidee of the coin?Camelot Project: The Holy Grail Offers an overview of the goblet that was introduced into the Arthurian legends by Robert de Boron. Also includes related texts and imagesbchester/camelot/ - 13k - Cached The Holy Grail - Catholic Encyclopedia Explores the interpretations of the sacred vessel, variously identified with the chalice of the Eucharist or the dish of the Pascal lamb as well as the theme of a wadvent/cathen/06719am - 25k - Cached Th [...]

    2. Fishface

      Intriguing inquiry into the symbology and hidden meanings of the Quest for the Grail by the Knights of the Round Table. The author goes a lot into Manichaeism, which he obviously believes is closely tied in with the Arthurian myths. I don't remember him having any really strong basis for that position, though. Lyrically written and hard to put down.

    3. Keats27

      Read Spear of Destiny first. Spear of Destiny provides a nice introduction. Cup goes into the detail regarding the Grail legends and their initiatory content--especially Eschenbach's Parsifal. The book is really far beyond the ability of most readers even to approach.

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