San Graal - 'Holy Grail'; Sang Real - 'Royal Blood'. This play-on-words used in the French rendering has often been pointed out, and yet the significance of the 'Sacred Blood' is rarely delved in to - except by such Armanen Masters as Don Miguel Serrano. Clearly, there is a link between what I have said here of the Merovingian Kings, and that of the Wolsungas, and the link seems to be - the Knight's Templar. Wolfram von Eschebach's works on the Grail not only seem to link this with a Sacred Bloodline, but also to the Wolsungas. In this he mentions a figure called Waels being connected to the Grail; this has been taken to refer to 'Wales', but the word Waels forms the basis of Waelsingas which was an Old English form of the Wolsungas. Eschenbach's works also seem to hint that the 'Guardians of the Grail' are the Knight's Templar.
- An 1878 almanac.
- A book of fiction (not known).
- A British Coin.
- A photo of James Netherwood, a master stone mason who worked on the pedestal.
The Forest of Woevres which was the place where King Dagobert was slain, pierced with a spear no doubt, is in the Ardennes. As far as I know the name 'Woevres' relates to the Serpent, but I believe that is is also connected to the Serpent-Currents that move on the Earth. Being in the area of Lorraine, which once was in Germany, the German name was Waberland, a name that appears top relate to 'weaver', and maybe thus to the Wyrd Sisters. In regard to the Serpent Currents mentioned here I am reminded on a Goddess that was honoured by the Iceni Tribe of East Anglia - Andraste - a name when broken into And-Raste contains the Raste which was a Sacred Measurement used in Germania. She was also supposedly related to the Moon, and her sacred animal was the Hare. Interestingly, she was also a War-Goddess associated with the Raven, just as the Waelkyrge are associated with the Raven.