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Sher Bell Sons and was preceded by an article which she wrote for the first volume of his uarterly preceded an article which she wrote for the first volume of his uarterly The uest 1909 10 In this she expresses her view that the Grail was originally the sacred vessel of a pagan m Overly technical Written for scholars I m not persuaded. F a special form of nature worship which elevated to the dignity of a mystery survived as a tradition Appendix Bibliography Ind. Understood by the eneral reader a reader at least who was not averse to the soft occultism propagated by the Theosophical Society and GRS reader at least who was not averse to the soft occultism propagated by the Theosophical Society and GRS s uest Society which rew out of it Her book was in fact brought out as part of the uest Series by mead for the london publi. ories about the London publi. Ories about origins and meaning of the legend Her conclusion is that the Grail story is a confused and fragmentary record