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The Templars and the Holy Grail
Around 1118 A.D., Hugues de Payne’s founded the Knights Templar, a military organization made up of eight relatives and associates. Templar knights guarded European pilgrims on their route to the Holy Land during the Middle Ages. They also carry out military actions. Traveling Templars in the Middle East. The Templar Knights promised they would never surrender. They were well-organize, well-trained, and well-equipped.
One theory is that it was in this cup that Jesus took his first communion at the Last Supper. Christ encouraged his disciples to share his blood, the new and eternal sacrament’s blood.
The amazing aspect of the narrative of the grail is that ‘Jesus’ grand uncle. He is describe as Jesus’ great uncle who collected the blood of his grand-nephew while on the crucifixion. This story is told in Nicodemus’ Gospel. Joseph was interred in a sealed tomb by his elders. The Grail, on the other hand, provided Joseph with food and drink every morning, assisting him in surviving this hardship.
King Arthur contributed to the theory of the holy grail and the search for it. The connection between the holy grail and the Knights Templar has remained a mystery.
Despite the fact that it is often regarded as mythological, some think the holy grail is more than a product of mediaeval fantasy. According to legend, Joseph of Arimathea was the one who brought the grail to England.
The water flows red on the location where he buried the grail, according to legend, because it travels through Christ’s blood. However, scientists believe that this is simply the result of the color red. Others think the holy grail was take from Temple Mount during the Crusades and hidden by the Knights Templar.