Studies in the Holy Grail: Literary History and Theology

    Studies in the Holy Grail: Literary History and Theology   Charles Williams never agreed with the thesis, so convincingly put forward by Roger Sherman Loomis and others, that the legend of the Holy Grail originated in Celtic pagan mythology. Loomis had insisted that the Christian element was no more than a superficial veneer … Continue reading

The Red Book of the High and Holy Grail, Chapters 4 – 7: Corbenic

Chapter Four Peredur entered the forest. There he found and followed the thread of secret thoughts that had led him to Caerleon from his mother’s house. But who can explain the supernatural science of unfolding revelation – what it is, thought that comes from God and is part of God – and where it leads … Continue reading