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by Mark C.E. Peterson

“Each entered the forest at that point which he himself had selected, and where there was no trail or path, at its darkest point.” Campbell citing the Grail legend. Romance of the Grail, p....

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Where There Is No Path And No Gate

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Our gift to you this month is an audio lecture download titled Grail Mythology (Audio: Lecture II.1.8). Access this download for free until the end of the month.

In this talk, Joseph Campbell explores the Arthurian tales of the Grail–both in their humanist form, featuring the quest of the unsophisticated Sir Parzival, and in their spiritual form, featuring the quest of the unearthly Sir Galahad.

This series was recorded at the Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California during the summer of 1969, immediately following the Apollo 11 landing on the moon.

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Weekly Quotation

Through your own integrity, you evoke your destiny, which is a destiny that never existed before.

-- Joseph Campbell