Chapter 94: The Grail Cauldron Of Fairies, Annwyn, And Atlantis

section8-chap94Genuine fairy legends uphold the Grail/Graal was a magic cauldron, not a cup or chalice, as opposed to the Greal, the alternative bloodline of the Dragon. The Grail is recorded in fairy mythos as the Cauldron of Annwyn, the Cauldron of Serpents and Dragons, just as the Dragon Sarmatians believed. 1

The Preiddeu Annwyn poem tells of Arthur sailing to Annwyn to steal the Cauldron/Grail from the fortress of the fairies. This was the Grail that cured the sick, healed the wounded, and fed the people. In Grail lore the cauldron brought fertility and abundance to the land and it was Arthur’s esoteric responsibilities to ensure prosperity as the Fisher King. 2 The Cauldron of Annwyn was the undisclosed arcane Grail that Arthur’s knights frantically rummaged after to return to Camelot so the land would once more produce with abundance, not the Grail/chalice containing the crucified blood of Jesus but the Grail/Cauldron of the fairies, once again connecting fairy lore with Grail mythos. The Holy Grail and fairy lore are unaccountably interrelated, intrinsically interconnected, and inexplicably inundated with intrigue.

Cassandra Eason notes the Druidic Adept, the mystic Merlin, was evidently a fairy enchanter, while Morgan le Fey, one of the Ladies of the Lake, was of fairy descent. 3 You will recall, Merlin was a wizard in the spirit of the Atlanteans, a white- haired, long- bearded, wise astrologer and enchanter. Merlin fell in love with Nimue, known also as Ninianne and Vivianne, who, in turn, was the famous Lady of the Lake, a fairy woman, 4 and a direct descendant of Mary Magdalene of the del Acqs family. Merlin slept with the fairy woman Vivianne in a cave. 5

All Grail and Arthurian literature, according to Joseph, has been encoded with an unexplained portion of memories and information recanting the Atlantean epoch and the deluge, including Merlin’s roots dating back beyond the Druids to the mysticism of Atlantis. 6 The name we know as Merlin was not his real name, for “Merlin” is a title. Merlins were the great seers of the Gaelic realms for the royal courts and high kings. 7 They were a class of Druid priests akin to the classical Greek philosophers and Chaldean Magi who were derived from an ancient, priestly tribe remembered as the “Wise Ones.” 8

In Latin, Merlins and Wise Ones were identified as the Noblis , from the Greek gnoble , meaning “to know” (as in gnosis )— hence, noble, 9 just as fair(y) Celts were the noble race of the Elven bloodline. As you will call, the noble elven fairies were known as gnomes and goblins, ones who guarded the antediluvian secrets, knowledge, and genealogies.