MYSTERIES OF THE HOLY GRAIL Rudolf Steiner
From the ancient British tales of King Arthur and his knights through the medieval Central European sagas of Parzival, right up to modern-day blockbuster novels and films, the Grail has long maintained its enigmatic presence in western culture. It is said to be many things: a lost and priceless treasure, the chalice cup of the Last Supper, the cup that caught Jesus Christ's blood from the cross on Golgotha, or even a secret royal bloodline. Basing his presentations on far-reaching spiritual research, Rudolf Steiner gave profoundly esoteric, multifaceted insights into the mysteries of the Holy Grail. Collected together for the first time in a single volume, together with commentary and notes, these passages offer more than a treasure of thought and insight: they invite us to embark on a personal quest to develop the abilities and vision required for grasping the elusive Grail itself.
224pp, 13.8mm x 214mm, Paperback, 2010