• Probably under the Rosslyn Chapel, at Pennyquick/Peebles south of Edinburgh. The Templars got hold of the treasures of the Jerusalem Temple after its destruction, which is why they were so wealthy. After the Inquisition did them over, the rump escaped to Scotland where they built this chapel. It turned out to be a copy of the Jerusalem Chapel. Refer "The Hiram Key" by Christopher Knight & Robert Lomas, Arrow, 1997.
  • The very idea that there is a holy grail, the cup that held the blood of Christ, is false. From a doctrinal point of view, a cup that held Christ’s blood would do nothing for the cup holders salvation, since faith in Christ as the sacrifice for sin is what’s needed for eternal life not His actual blood. Secondly, there is no evidence of any kind of a cup ever existed. The myth was created in medieval literature which (equivalent to a dime novel) talked of the brave and enigmatic, but mythical, King Arthur and his Knights of the round table. The writers of such propaganda hoped to enthrall the youth of their day and spawn interest in buying their writings. There was never a resting place mentioned in the writings and only misguided speculation is available, but since it doesn't even exist, the question is moot.
  • One single scripture from the Bible denies the importance of Icons in worship. And even if it existed, it should not be . John 4;23 Nevertheless, the hour is coming, and it is now, when the true worshipers will worship the Father with spirit and truth, for, indeed, the Father is looking for suchlike ones to worship himsed as such. Spirit and truth does not include Icons.
  • this grail, or cup, is not holy, just as Mary is not to be prayed to or worshiped. it was probably destroyed or broken or lost. Jesus spoke of detachment from possessions, so anyone wanting to keep or cherish it would be ludacris. there was nothing special or spiritual about this cup, just like the actual cross that Jesus died on. they are simply symbols and should not be idolized. the actual cross was probably destroyed as well.

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