Friday, January 4, 2008

IcelandReview, Iceland - Jan 2, 2008
A group of scientists believe the Holy Grail and other lost objects, which according to Christian mythology were guarded by the Knights Templar, ...

Another year, another Grail in Iceland

2nd January, 2008 03:16 PM

The world is quickly running out of places where the Grail isn't. The latest claim comes from Icelandic architect Thórarinn Thórarinsson. He has requested permission to start searching the area of Hrunamannahreppur. Your editor agrees that it is certainly a mysterious name. His reasoning is partially based on the consistency between da Vinci’s painting of the Last Supper and an aerial photograph of the area. The theory is that the Knights Templar came to Iceland in 1217 to find a hiding place for their treasure and that Snorri Sturluson, the author of Prose Edda and other mediaeval scripts, helped them create the underground dome in Iceland’s central highlands.

BBC News
Campaign to save cave from damage
BBC News, UK - Dec 28, 2007
An ancient cave in Herts - thought to have been used by the Knights Templar during their quest for the Holy Grail - is under threat, according to an MP. ...

Guardian Unlimited
Temple opens doors to mark 400 years of autonomy
Guardian Unlimited, UK - Dec 27, 2007
Over at the church, with its effigies of Knights Templar lying on the floor staring up to the sky, the Temple choristers are rehearsing carols in the place ...

Is the Grail on display in Paris?

27th December, 2007 02:28 PM

Glasgow historian Mark Oxbrow believes he may have found the Holy Grail: he believes it has been on display in the Louvre for several years! Mark's curiosity was aroused when he spotted the Patene de Serpentine tucked away in the medieval section of the museum. The dish dates back to 100BC-100AD, and is, in his opinion, the best candidate for the sacred relic.


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