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Does Spain have the Holy Grail?


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he Holy Grail – the sacred cup Jesus drank from at the Last Supper – is one of the most well-known symbols in Christianity. It's also one of the religion's greatest sources of myth and mystery. Yet despite the Grail's fame, no one is entirely sure where it is or whether it ever existed. However, in Spain, Valencia Cathedral believes it has the real thing.

"I always say [the evidence] is like twigs from a tree," said José Verdeguer, Valencia Cathedral's Historical-Artistic Heritage Curator. "If you only have one stick, it breaks easily. But if you join 50 together, you can no longer break them. Here, there are many arguments together and it is no longer easy to break them."

Verdeguer was referring to a collection of evidence that some believe proves the authenticity of the chalice on view at the cathedral.

https://www.bbc.com/travel/article/20220414-does-spain-have-the-holy-grail

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I'm surprised they don't have the crumbs from the bread that was broken.

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The Holy Grail is in the same place...the exact same place...as the bones of JC.  In a vault, in the deepest, most private domains of Vatican City, guarded to the extreme by the Holy See! 

 

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Not according to Dan Brown. :) 

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1 hour ago, Mr Walker said:

Not according to Dan Brown. :) 

This:

In the 15th century, English writer John Hardyng invented a fanciful new etymology for Old French san-graal (or san-gréal), meaning "Holy Grail", by parsing it as sang réal, meaning "royal blood".[10][11] This etymology was used by some later medieval British writers such as Thomas Malory, and became prominent in the conspiracy theory developed in the book The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail, in which sang real refers to the Jesus bloodline.[12]

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1 hour ago, Mr Walker said:

Not according to Dan Brown. :) 

A rugbologist wasn't the protagonist on the trail of a Presidential toupee in Deception Point.

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14 hours ago, Golden Duck said:

A rugbologist wasn't the protagonist on the trail of a Presidential toupee in Deception Point.

Now we know what listening to waaay too much Bucks Fizz does to the grey matter........:(

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