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Weavers and Keepers of the Grail

Weavers and Keepers of the Grail are those who understand the hidden metaphors that are buried in ancient stories known as myths, many of which feature an Arthurian-type  hero with 12 Knights of a Round Table, that were composed and told around the campfires of our ancestors at least as far back in time as the last Ice Age more than 10,000 years ago.

The Weavers of the Grail Mysteries could be compared to the Old Norse Norns who used words and pictures to weave the weft and warp of Wyrd, which we call consensual reality. They are also the three fairies of the spinning wheel of the Sleeping Beauty, who guard and keep her safe while she dreams so that eventually her whole court can be awakened by the kiss of the Prince. In other words, they are the creators of the culture that underpins the values of our social fabric, the material of which is kept in good condition by the telling and re-telling of these metaphorical stories by the keepers of the Grail.

As Shelley wrote: “Poets are the secret legislators of the world.”

The Holy Grail symbolises the fruiting of a deep, shamanic wisdom which is also represented in sacred geometry as the Vesica Piscis and in alchemy as the Marriage of the Sun and the Moon which leads to the Philosopher’s Stone.

If you would like to become a Weaver and Keeper of the Grail, I have written a number of books which can take you through this whole subject, in simple language, step-by-step.

I also have a Facebook group, Weavers and Keepers of the Grail, which you’re welcome to join.