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Genesis of the Grail Kings

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Genesis of the Grail Kings
What were these books? Where are these books? They are all mentioned in the Bible, which means that they all pre-date the Old Testament - so why did the editors dismiss them when the selection was made? In pursuing an answer to this question, a fact which becomes increasingly clear is that, in English-language Bibles, the definition Lord is used in a general context - but in earlier texts a positive distinction is drawn between Jehovah and the Lord.

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Iīm pretty sure I know what the "myth" of the Holy Graal is saying. The attached picture says it about as succinctly as Iīve ever seen. Iīll work my way through the symbols.

Front and center....the cup. "bowl, especially for mixing wine with water."

Here we have "the problem", the source of the "curse". This is the curse, the destroyer of the "land" (nations) Also, this is the symbol that is looking to be "found" and "fixed". The quest about which the "aspirants" contend, is the fulfilling of said requirements to become that which solves the problem. The problem is that of the time of the beginning, the problem our "Creator" has been looking to "fix". (Stay with me Jim, I know I used the "C" word. LOL ) BTW, this what the FreeMasons/Zionists/Jesuits are all "fighting" over. Everyone wants to plop their butt in the "seat(s)" of the "throne(s)". LOL

OK, more simply, the cup represents the big "no no" of all time, the mixing of eternal and "flesh" body architecture. This is THE problem of the beginning of time, the problem that has plagued the entirety of the "Kingdom" since itīs inception. That IS the point of this "quest", to ultimately single out the few "worthy" to sit in these "seats". (Notice the long lists of "messiahs" fighting over said seats)

Next we have "the woman"

Yes indeedy, we have as the main cause of this.... the "woman".....uh huh. LOL And, not just any woman displayed here, but a "ruddy" woman, the flesh representation of the female "half" that ultimately must be "satisfied", the very ultimate descendent of "awdawm" (ruddy man), the ultimate of the "supplanters" (Jacob). Notice where her hand is....itīs over HER HEART. Notice her hand gesture, the TWO fingers of direction and power, side by side extended "upward" from her heart. Her expression is that of unfulfillment, she awaits her "completion". Once "completed" he&she will "supplant" those who have created the "problem" from the beginning, the "watchers" who breached "the wall" between the two realms. This is the reason for all the "romance" surrounding the "story" of the Graal.

Next, we have the white Dove......

And, expectedly we see "behind" all of this the white dove, not just ANY dove, but a WHITE one. The white dove is THE symbol of eternal relationships. It is the symbol shown as the relationship of love between Jesus and His "bride/Wife" and also it is shown in the "covenant" example shown "abraham" (shown "dead" in that case). But more importantly in this case the white dove is the symbol "behind" all of this, that which will in fact "find" the graal and break the curse. Notice the "gold" over the heart of the dove, the "royalty" of the representation of her "completion". Also, notice the SHAPE of the gold, itīs the great pyramid river delta shape, the shape of the beginning of the "problem", the shape of that which will be "repaired", the shape of things past, the shape of things to come.

And finally we have the foilage.....

The foilage represents the beginning, the background of ALL of this, the setting of the "quest", the starting and end of the "problem". Yes, the whole quest which will finally at long last repair the Kingdom and usher in the "golden age" anew (as Mother Shipton puts it) is this quest now set out upon by those who donīt even realize they are in search of the "prize". Yes, she is standing in the "garden of eden" as it has been called or, more appropriately, the garden of pleasure, the garden which will once more swaddle the lives of Godīs children.

Additionally, the "water" of the "quest".....

The "water" is the very source of life of Godīs Creation. In the Hebrew the very term for water is synonymous with "semen", and as such, both here and "there", is the source of all "life" in the "form" of containers for spirits, whether "jars of clay" or "eternal stones". Therefore, when we see the "river" being "restored", we see the successful "completion" of the woman, the restoration of the "flow" of creation, the "repair of the wall" seperating the realms, and ultimately the sustinance of the "trees" of the forest, the "forest" of the "trees" of the Mountain of Godīs Kingdom. From the veritable "desert", the "waters" of life once again bring back the eternal "trees" to "stand" forever at the top of the Mountain of our Creator to be those who are the Kings of "heart" who have replaced the Kings of "diamond".

OK, let me finish off the "graal" mystery. If you will simply look through these here glasses....LOL No, really, hereīs the vantage point that needs to be taken to really understand where ALL of these traditions and enactments came from, all of which ultimately feed into the very "search" of the graal.

The fact of the matter is that ALL of these varied nations are ALL responding to the same thing, something they experienced LONG ago. And, what was that they "saw"? Without exception ALL of these races and peoples saw and experienced the same thing, thatīs why their rituals are all so similar although some of them tell differing parts of the same experience.

Hereīs what they saw. All of these people were being taken care of, just as their rituals suggest. They were being taken care of and being taught by their "shepherds", their "gods". And yes, compared to us they might as well BE "gods". (at least in stature and knowledge) All of these nations are reporting on the "watch posts" of old, Egypt being one in the order of many. These "gods", the "light beings" looked after their rainfall, their fertility and the reproduction of everything that there is. These "gods" taught them of the "way" of God........"Maīat-neb-men-ae, Maīat-ba-aa".

"Great is the established Master of Maīat, Great is the spirit of Maīat." (The universal brotherhood of love in Egypt)

They also taught them or their reason for existence, the lessons to learn and the wisdom to extract from the trials of living here. The women knew that the very goal of creation was to in essence "release the songs of their hearts", and the Truth about their Creator was openly known, of His desire for their growth and happiness and ultimately their inclusion in the ranks of the eternally mated.

Then, in steps the rebellion which starts in horrific fashion in the midst of the very "gods" looking after them. It is a rebellion based in the very reproduction of the "gods" themselves and ultimately these "gods" convince themselves that those who are entrusted to their care have been entrusted for their own whims. They gather the beautiful from among the ranks and the eternal/flesh inbreeding begins and the times of the "heros of renown" begin. Finally, after much time, the watch posts collapse of their corruption, noteably around the time Jim points when Luciferian doctrine totally replaces all things orally taught.

Therefore, because of these events, the loss of their protectors is now memorialized in superstitions based in the reality of their past. The virgins/maidens weep for the return of love and the basis of their very being while the male "gods" "die" in both their lost eternal relationships as well as the pollution of their family lines with the "excrement" of flesh.

The "story line" attributed to Joseph of Arimethea is that which Jesus actually taught as opposed to the heavily Kaballaized corruption taught by the false apostle Paul. Therefore, as far as I can tell, the actual teachings of Jesus were in essence cannonized in these graal "myths". Note the symilarities in these "stories" and the story told in "The Lord of the Rings". (The Kingdom dimensions are set up in "rings")

The result is to break the spell which retains the Grail King in a semblance of life, and we learn, by implication, that the land is restored to fruitfulness:

The "King" is the symbolic representation of "The Kingdom". The "King" is compromised by the actions of the "Magistrates" of the Kingdom who sexually rebel and therefore severely compromise the society of the Kingdom. It ultimately is left in shambles, especially at the top.

The distinctive feature of the Perceval version is the insistence upon the sickness, and disability of the ruler of the land, the Fisher King.

Yes, the "rulers" of the land are the "gods" of the watchposts, and upon them EVERYONEīS welfare rests. They collectively are "the King".

Here the hero having, like Gawain, partially achieved the task, but again like Gawain, having failed satisfactorily to resolder the broken sword, wakes, like the earlier hero, to find that the Grail Castle has disappeared, and he is alone in a flowery meadow.

This is pointing to the many of the non-rebel Kingdom, those who incarnate here in hopes of being a "supplanter" who fail at "resoldering the sword", but, nontheless, still retain their position in the Kingdom.

In the prose Perceval the motif of the Waste Land has disappeared, the task of the hero consists in asking concerning the Grail, and by so doing, to restore the Fisher King, who is suffering from extreme old age, to health, and youth 2.

Yes, to "find" the graal, the seeker must ASK, must KNOW of that for which he seeks. Notice that the "gods" of the watch posts are in fact also "fishers of menīs spirits".

This idea, that the misfortunes of the land are not antecedent to, but dependent upon, the heroīs abortive visit to the Grail Castle, is carried still further by the compiler of the Perlesvaus, where the failure of the predestined hero to ask concerning the office of the Grail is alone responsible for the illness of the King and the misfortunes of the country.

Yes, lack of understanding was a huge part of the collapse of the original Kingdom. Lucifer demolished the places with his "version" of "truth".

(a) There is a general consensus of evidence to the effect that the main object of the Quest is the restoration to health and vigour of a King suffering from infirmity caused by wounds, sickness, or old age;

Yup, the "seekers" ultimately restore the "repaired" rule of the "gods" and the "golden age returns".

(b) and whose infirmity, for some mysterious and unexplained reason, reacts disastrously upon his kingdom, either depriving it of vegetation, or exposing it to the ravages of war.

The "vegitation" is the populace of the watchposts and the "war" or "engagement" is the activity of mixing adultery which is ravaging those they are to protect. From this activity sprang the wars and usual plagues now ravaging the planet. The "infirmity" of the rulers/King causes the demise of those they are to shepherd.

(c) In two cases it is definitely stated that the King will be restored to youthful vigour and beauty.

Yes, when the "replacers" are selected through quest, the positions are refilled and the watch posts and Kingdom regain the authority to bring back the golden age of youth, vigour and beauty.

(d) In both cases where we find Gawain as the hero of the story, and in one connected with Perceval, the misfortune which has fallen upon the country is that of a prolonged drought, which has destroyed vegetation, and left the land Waste; the effect of the heroīs question is to restore the waters to their channel, and render the land once more fertile.

The "drought" is the lack of love and relationships requrired to found a truly happy peaceful society. The "waters"(semen) of the upper Kingdom are stopped as these releationships are severed. (all non properly mated sexual activity of the "gods" is considered to be of no value to God) Once order is restored, they once again become "fertile" and the "forest" again begins to grow. The Bible says that God can then "grow His flock".

(e) In three cases the misfortunes and wasting of the land are the result of war, and directly caused by the heroīs failure to ask the question; we are not dealing with an antecedent condition. This, in my opinion, constitutes a marked difference between the two groups, which has not hitherto received the attention it deserves. One aim of our present investigation will be to determine which of these two forms should be considered the elder.

Yes, the "war" or sexual "engagement" is brought about by ignorance by those who fail to "seek" for the truth before destroying their eternal relationships.

But this much seems certain, the aim of the Grail Quest is two-fold; it is to benefit (a) the King, (b) the land. The first of these two is the more important, as it is the infirmity of the King which entails misfortune on his land, the condition of the one reacts, for good or ill, upon the other; how, or why, we are left to discover for ourselves.

Yes, FIRST, the upper Kingdom "King" is fixed, the rulers are repaired, and THEN the rest of Godīs children are taught the truth so that the golden age returns.

In this version Joseph himself is the Fisher King; ensnared by the beauty of the daughter of the Pagan King of Norway, whom he has slain, he baptizes her, though she is still an unbeliever at heart, and makes her his wife, thus drawing the wrath of Heaven upon himself. God punishes him for his sin:

Classic enactment of the Kingdom problem. One brother envys the wife of the other brother, "kills" him (crushes his relationship by seducing his wife), "baptizes her", symbolically attempts to justify and certify his actions even though her heart is never the way it should be, makes her something she can never be...his wife, thus getting himself and her thrown from the presence of God who they have insulted with such cruel behaviour.

Now there can be no possible doubt here, the condition of the King is sympathetically reflected on the land, the loss of virility in the one brings about a suspension of the reproductive processes of Nature on the other. The same effect would naturally be the result of the death of the sovereign upon whose vitality these processes depended.

Same as above with the more direct link shown to the "reproductive processes".

To sum up the result of the analysis, I hold that we have solid grounds for the belief that the story postulates a close connection between the vitality of a certain King, and the prosperity of his kingdom; the forces of the ruler being weakened or destroyed, by wound, sickness, old age, or death, the land becomes Waste, and the task of the hero is that of restoration 2.

Yes, the "vitatlity" of the "gods" (frisking bullocks) eternally living, never needing to sleep look after the "prosperity" and happiness of those they shepherd. In an attempt to "mimick" what they lived previously the populace then instates an approximation for such with "perfect" "verile" kings.

The King, seeking to know by what means the sufferings of his people may be relieved, learns that so long as Rishyaçriñga continues chaste so long will the drought endure.

Yes, as long as the "seekers" remain unmated the seats of the Kingdom remain empty and Luciferīs reign continues.

The version of Sone de Nansai is here of extreme interest; the position is stated with so much

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clearness and precision that the conclusion cannot be evaded--we are face to face with the dreaded calamity which it was the aim of the Adonis ritual to avert, the temporary suspension of all the reproductive energies of Nature 1.

Yes, more rituals hoping to return the "blessing" of the "gods".

While the condition of the king is the cause of general and vociferous lamentation, a special feature, never satisfactorily accounted for, is the presence of a weeping woman, or several weeping women. Thus in the interpolated visit of Gawain to the Grail castle, found in the C group of Perceval MSS., the Grail-bearer weeps piteously, as she does also in Diû Crône 2.

The women are weeping for the same reason the women (whores) weep at the feet of Jesus, the loss of their very reason for existence, the mating of themselves to the "loves of their lives", the success of such was/is dependent upon the shephers leading the way to this event. Whores weep in regret of their casual contempt for that which is of such import in the big scheme of the Kingdom.

In the version of the prose Lancelot Gawain, during the night, sees twelve maidens come to the door of the chamber where the Grail is kept, kneel down, and weep bitterly, in fact behave precisely as did the classical mourners for Adonis--"Elles sanglotent éperdument pendant la nuit 3." --

Same as above.

We may also note the fact that the Grail castle is always situated in the close vicinity of water, either on or near the sea, or on the banks of an important river. In two cases the final home of the Grail is in a monastery situated upon an island. The presence of water, either sea, or river, is an important feature in the Adonis cult, the effigy of the dead god being, not buried in the earth, but thrown into the water 2.

The "dead" of the top Kingdom are thrown into the "sea" (nations of the earth) for remating and/or training. The "sea" is the nations, the "rivers" are the sexual fluxes running into the sea which adds to the number and the "dew" is the sexual activity of the earth while the "rain" is the sexual activity of the eternals falling to earth.

Thus in the Lechrain a man in black womenīs clothes is borne on a bier, followed by men dressed as professional women mourners making lamentation, thrown on the village dung-heap, drenched with water, and buried in straw 4.

The above is an enactment of the "sentence" to be applied to the renegade "gods" who abandoned their watch posts.

In Russia the Vegetation or Year Spirit is known as Yarilo 5, and is represented by a doll with phallic attributes, which is enclosed in a coffin, and carried through the streets to the accompaniment of lamentation by women whose emotions have been excited by drink. Mannhardt gives the lament as follows:

Another enactment symbolizing the loss of the "gods" men of old and the reason for which they were lost, their peni.

In other forms of the ritual, we find distinct traces of the resuscitation of the Vegetation Deity, occasionally accompanied by evidence of rejuvenation. Thus, in Lausitz, on Laetare Sunday (the 4th Sunday in Lent), women with mourning veils carry a straw figure, dressed in a manīs shirt, to the bounds of the next village, where they tear the effigy to pieces, hang the shirt on a young and flourishing tree, "schöne Wald-Baum," which they proceed to cut down, and carry home with every sign of rejoicing. Here evidently the young tree is regarded as a rejuvenation of the person represented in the first instance by the straw figure 2.

This is an enactment of the end of the renegade "gods" who will be summarily "ripped to pieces" bodily, thrown in the "pit" for rework while the "supplanters" take their positions of rule.