Where is the Holy Grail?

21 01 2011

from The Immortals book by John of the Holy Grail

The Great keeper of the Holy Grail - Juan de Lopez

Immortals:

“The keeper of the Chalice is clothed in the immortal vestments of the Father of heavenly love. Otherwise he is not able to take the Holy Grail, shining in the light of lights, into his hands.

Clothed in vestments, after lengthy prayers and fasts, he takes the Chalice of the Divinity into his hands…”

“No creations of human hands, however skillfully made from gold and silver and even more valuable metals, are able to replace the sunny Chalice of Our Father.”

“The Chalice of imperishable compositions. It is useless to search for it as a primary composition from other civilizations or from the heavens. Christ’s perfect chalice is the mother-of-pearl bone in man, sealed in the world and manifesting itself according to its whitening.

No creations of human hands, however skillfully made from gold and silver and even more valuable metals, are able to replace the sunny Chalice of Our Father.”

“The Chalice was preserved as the greatest holy object. One of the secrets of the Chalice: it suddenly becomes invisible. It reads hearts flawlessly, and when someone unworthy appears, with impure thoughts, the vessel mysteriously disappears.

Joseph of Arimathea - the first Grail-keeper

As the Grail in the hands of Joseph of Arimathea was miraculously concealed from the rabbis, so the church of the Holy Chalice has been concealed from adulterers and thieves for two thousands years.

And to the question ‘Where is the history of the Holy Grail? Where are the keepers of the Chalice?, we will answer: our child, they are innumerably more than the priests of Rome and Byzantium…”

“The main law of the Holy Grail: the measure of blessings is equal to the level of sorrows experienced.

He who desires blessings, but avoids sorrows, inevitably falls into delusion and loses the latter.”

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