The Dark Side of Camelot
Monday June 12th 2006, 7:30 am
Filed under: Patristics

Chris Bailey is really the Woodward and Bernstein of the late patristic era. Now he’s exposed the dark side of King Arthur, drawing from obscure early British sources. After you read this, you might be glad you don’t have Tricky Art to kick around anymore. Chris is also closing in on the historical Merlin.

If you want to know more about history’s records of Arthur, Merlin, and the Holy Grail (though not necessarily in that order), you simply must read our book, The Grail Code: Quest for the Real Presence. (If you prefer to read Canadian French, click here.)

UPDATE: Nice new reviews of The Grail Code from that wild and crazy Texan Happy Catholic and Rome’s most precious commodity (after pasta), Father John Wauck.

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Now I’m waiting for that picture of King Arthur shaking hands with Elvis along with his version of the “Checkers Speech”. I can just hear him: “That Excalibur sword was not pulled out of stone for my own personal use…. the Rent on the castle at Camelot was $80 a month…. Guinevere has a respectable cloth coat and I always tell her she’d look good in anything – just ask Senator Galahad.”

Comment by Pauli 06.12.06 @ 1:21 pm

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