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Chalice And Blade



The Last Supper's "cup," revealed as a woman,
is dubbed the Holy Grail.
Progenitor of life, haunt of parturition,
the breath giving tale.
The symbolic v, a metaphorical womb,
represents the chalice.
The inverted v, a metaphorical blade,
represents the phallus.
The "cup" held the bloodline of the Royal seed:
yarn of the Holy Grail.
"Sangreal Documents" are testimonials
of scions from travail.
The female chalice(v) and the male blade(^), closed in occlusion,
superimposed as a hexagon become a six pointed star
and symbol of union.
The official seal used by King Solomon
sectored the Holy Grail.
Was there another King with Magdalene's offspring?
The great mystique unveil.
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