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International Grail Movement / Grail Message Foundation


Address: Marktstrasse 19, 6130 Schwaz Austria

Phone: +43 5242 71383

Fax: +43 5242 71383-14

Email: office@internationale-gralsbewegung.org

Web: www.international-grailmovement.org
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The name 'Grail Movement' is a collective term for the concerted efforts in many countries by many peoples to spread the Knowledge of the Grail Message 'In the Light of Truth' written by Abd-ru-shin. This is done in the hope that people come to understand what they are doing here on Earth and what their life's purpose is.

Beginning in the late 1920's, individuals began to gather together who wished to live their lives according to the principles put forth in the Grail Message. Such activity continues to this day, as devoted readers meet to deepen their understanding of the Grail Message, raise public awareness about the book, and to hold Hours of Worship and Festivals. Non-profit publishing companies have also arisen in countries across the globe, as In the Light of Truth: The Grail Message continues to be translated into more and more languages.

Today, the "International Grail Movement" is a collective term for efforts to spread the knowledge of the Grail Message and to realize it in all walks of life. The Movement is not a legal organization, but simply an informal association of adherents of the Grail Message around the world.

It should be noted that Abd-ru-shin himself neither formed nor formally supported any religious or spiritualist organization, and the Grail Message always and only encourages the reader to cultivate his or her own personal convictions and individual nature. In the words of the author:

"The following Word does not bring a new religion, but is intended as the torch to help all serious listeners or readers find the right path, which leads them to the longed-for height."

"I do not speak to churches and political parties, to fraternities, sects and societies, but only in all simplicity to man himself."