Antonin Gadal
The Work of a Man Inspired by the Spirit
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 Who Is Antonin Gadal?  
 The Source  
 The Doctrine  
 Pyrenean Catharism  
 The Catharism and Its Origins  
 The Mystery of the Caves  
 The Grail in the Pyrenees  
   Timelessness of the Grail  
   Kyot: an Initiate Troubadour  
   Some History …  
   Montreal de Sos  
   An Initiation Fresco  
   The Source  
   To Open the Source  
   The Twelve Knights  
   The Grail - Only a Symbol?  
   A Christian Mystery  
   The Stone from Heaven  
   Origin of the Stone  
 Grail, Cathars and Rosycross  
 Interesting Links  
An Initiation Fresco

In the cave, there is a three-coloured painting, a strange fresco, which refers to a scene of ‘Perceval, the Story of the Grail’ by Chrétien de Troyes.

On the inner wall, we can see red crosses, a broken sword, a spear, a decorated tray with five drops of blood and, in the centre, a shining sun-shaped Grail. Gadal will say: ‘A unique drawing in this world: in a glance and at once the whole book of Perceval is parading in front of you.’

Obviously it was a castle of the Grail, a Montsalvat, like the Grail Castle of Wagner. The knights of the Grail, the Knights Templars, keepers of the inner Temple, vivified there day and night the presence of the Grail.

The spiritual stream that flowed through all the manifestations of the Western mysteries, ever since the Druids, the Manicheans and the first Christians, had been passed to the Knights Templars and the Cathars.

The Quest of the Grail was a symbolic representation of the Cathar initiation.
The Grail was the supreme goal of the Perfect Ones. It provided access to the domain of the Spirit and gave the power of healing and of consoling mankind.

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