Joseph of Arimathea, Keeper of the Holy Grail
For centuries the legend of the Holy Grail has captivated people with its glorious and elusive nature. Anyone and anything linked to the Grail has fascinated all sorts of people—from scholarly and religious types to conspiracy theorists to regular...
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Glastonbury......Avalon, King Arthur's burial place, where Joseph of Arimathea planted the Glastonbury Thorn......so much cool stuff there! I think Stonehenge isn't too far.
” The tree in all its glory before it was hacked apart. Legend says it sprang from the staff of Joseph of Arimathea, the man who helped Jesus off the cross. To the right of the tree, in the distance, is Glastonbury Tor.”
First-Century Tomb-The best piece of evidence that the tomb of Jesus was in this area is the fact that other first-century tombs are still preserved inside the church. Called the "Tomb of Joseph of Arimathea," these burial shafts (kokhim) are clearly from the time of Christ's death and thus attest to some kind of burial ground in the area. Combined with the evidence from tradition, this church is most likely the true location of the Christ's death and burial.