Convinced that his arcane version of the Grand Prophesy surrounding the quest to regain Paradise was true, King Edward I commissioned the building of the temple-gateway to hold the Grail and the other sacred relics required for completing the quest. But our mission at this point was not to try and understand the sublime nature of the gateway or decode the prophesy, but to simply discover the exact location of the object that had been coveted across the ages; both root and branch – the thing men call the Grail. This immortalising object was rendered into the human psyche since the very beginning, and it had haunted the minds of kings, philosophers, knights and laymen alike, yet its movement could be traced across continents and cultures to its final resting place, Eborakon, ‘the place of the Tree of Life’.
Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada says: The Quest To Regain Paradise: “…mankind’s quest to regain the lost knowledge of the ancients.”
On entering the temple-gateway that once housed the York Rite Masonic Grand Lodge and a most ancient order of Rosicrucians, any adept of the quest would soon discover the writing on the wall: Ut Rosa Flos Florum, sic est Domus Ista Domorum, ‘As The Rose Is The Flower Of Flowers, So Is This The House Of Houses’. They would also see the secret Grail signature that adorns its archway entrance, while passing down the corridor paved with a procession of Green Men.
Canon Keith Madeley MBE – Chairman of the Yorkshire Society says: The Quest To Regain Paradise: “What a read…”
For those with the esoteric knowledge of the quest, hidden in plain sight, they would instantly see the Grail, protected by its Griffin guardians as depicted in texts going back to the cradle of civilisation. And the answer, of course, could only lie with the Rosicrucian mantra, ‘to follow the White Rabbit’; follow each swirling branch to the root and he will be found, the White Rabbit, showing the resting place of the Grail…
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