In Search of the Holy Grail and the Precious Blood by Deike Begg
A Travellers' Guide

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THE HOLY GRAIL IS ONE of the most powerful myths in Western Culture. At the centre of this myth is the story of the chalice containing the Holy Blood of Christ, shed when Longinus pierced his side at the crucifixion. The search for the Grail has inspired artists and mystics for hundreds of years. Many churches and cathedrals were built on sites that claimed their part in this sacred mystery.IMBUED WITH THE SPIRIT OF the ancient quest and aware of its power as an antidote to our modern spiritual malaise, Ean and Deike Begg travelled throughout Europe, researching sites of the Holy Grail, the Precious Blood and their associated myths. This book is an illustrated account of their search and a practical, informative guidebook for travellers and seekers. It is full of fascinating information, such as the name of the Spanish cathedral that holds the cup of the Last Supper, the story of how a fig tree carried the Precious Blood to France and the secrets of the Grail castles of Germany.'I believe that Ean and Deike Begg have done something of great importance in exploring the myth of the Holy Grail that played such a vital part in the deeps of Jung's spirit, and in re-establishing how now it is still one of the most dynamic elements in the search of the lost and bewildered modern soul for wholeness.'-Sir Laurens van der Post'Deike and Ean Begg have revitalized the idea of pilgrimage.'-Michael Baigent'An exemplary and vividly written guide to the many strange and beautiful sites associated with the Grail quest throughout Europe.'-Count Nikolai Tolstoy

About Deike Begg

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Deike Begg has been practicing psychotherapy for the past twenty years. She is a UKCP accredited Psychosynthesis psychotherapist and a Rebirther Trainer. She has a private practice in London and Totnes, Devon. She is a well-known astrologer who features regularly in the media.
Published March 26, 2008 by iUniverse. 212 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Religion & Spirituality, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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