Friday, 4 October 2013
The Terrible Desire
I've entitled this chapter The Terrible Desire, after what was, I believe, the original meaning of the (rather corrupted) term "Holy Grail".
Also in this chapter, I follow up and expand upon material previously published in The King Arthur Conspiracy on what the original "Grail" actually looked like and what its real purpose was.
And, as ever, there's a great new image by Lloyd Canning accompanying the chapter.
So ... nine chapters down, three to go! Coming up: new information and evidence on Arthur's last battle (i.e., where Camlann was, exactly, and what happened there) and something I find really exciting - existing evidence for the "Grail" in the vicinity of the battlefield. Yes, you can see the actual Grail actually in use there!
I can hardly wait to let you in on that little secret, so please do keep watching. Meantime, I'm off to prepare for my book signing and talk on Who Killed William Shakespeare? at Warwick Words tomorrow.
Have a great weekend!