A retired Royal Navy officer who has spent years studying ancient texts, believes he has at last solved the mystery of the disappearance of the Holy Grail. For millions of believers, the Holy Grail is the most precious object on earth.
The chalice, which Christ drank from at the Last Supper and was later used to collect some of his blood at the Crucifixion, is a priceless Christian relic. Faithful have searched in vain to find it. Finally it has been discovered, overlooked and unrecognized, in the corner of a cathedral in the heart of England.
“I never intended to start out on a search to find the Holy Grail. I was interested initially in researching the links between the Crusaders, England and the medieval saints,” the Sunday Express quotes E.C. Coleman, as saying. oleman believes that the artifact is the Holy Grail
“However the more I read the more I was led along a trail that explained the extraordinary journey this lost relic has taken.
Historians and academics will be astonished by the revelation that Christendom’s most prized historical object has been under their noses for decades. In 1889 Lincoln Cathedral was undergoing repair. A group of workmen lifted a large Portland marble slab and revealed the tomb of Bishop Oliver Sutton, who died in 1299.
Ex-Royal Navy officer says he has solved Holy Grail mystery
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