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Kilwinning Abbey Home to the Grail


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Daniel Parkinson
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A recent  news article has placed Kilwinning abbey as the new Rosslyn, according to a theory by historian A.J. Morton, as the area was a stronghold for Templars in the 14th Century. I know Kilwinning quite well and the area does have a long and interesting history - there is not much left of the abbey but the town is also famous for its masonic connections, claims that the grail was hidden here might be taking it a bit too far however - but who knows, I will be checking my beer glass next time I am in the local pubs.

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Re: Kilwinning Abbey Home to the Grail

Check out these links....

Mount Heredom and the Holy Grail
http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/lordhawks
https://sites.google.com/site/themastertemplate/

Yes, the Holy Grail is in Kilwinning ( well pretty close by)

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Re: Kilwinning Abbey Home to the Grail

Sounds interesting - mastertemplate, did a lot of research about the area years ago there are certainly lots of sites that need more research.

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