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Backstory Keep this story in mind too, as the Maier Files huge storyline will continue. Surprising links exist with historical battles and quests. As said before, there's always more than meets the eye. The tale of Taliésin is written down in the french book "Bélisama ou l’Occultisme celtique" by Ernest Bosc (1895). Belisama or Belisana is a supreme Celtic Goddess, and the...

The Hidden Wisdom in Arthur’s Grail - In the Celtic sources that are the assumed origin of the Arthurian legends, we are told that the Grail is a cauldron, a symbol both of fertility and immortality. The cauldron was a powerful religious icon of its day. As mentioned earlier in another post, it brought forth marvellous and magical feasts, revitalizing...

What was Parsifal seeking in Wolfram Eschenbach's poem that was referred to as "the Grail"? A stone ? The Lapsis exillis ? It is also said that a pagan astrologer read the mystery of the Grail in the stars: " Flegetanis, the heathen saw with his own eyes in the constellations things He was shy to talk about, Hidden mysteries...

The waters off Skelmorlie on the Ayrshire coast (Scotland) have been suggested as the site of an unidentified U-Boat wreck from World War II. Museum records give the location as N55° 52' W4° 54'. There are no confirmed reports of the wreck, or the circumstances surrounding it, although several elderly residents of Dunoon have spoken of the day during World...

In November 1939 a local school bus driver spotted a U-Boat visiting Carradale bay. The sighting was telephoned to the naval headquarters in Greenock. In november 1939 zag een plaatselijke school buschauffeur een Duitse duikboot opduiken in de Carradale baai. Dit werd telefonisch gemeld aan het hoofdkwartier van de marine in Greenock. Secret Wiki Scotland: http://www.secretscotland.org.uk/index.php/Secrets/CampbeltownLochBoom...