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Periodical: Der Gral

Summary:  From Pat Deveney's database:

Gral, Der.
Mitteilungen des freien Gralbundes (Gral-Orden) / Zeitschrift für Sucher eines esoterischen Christentums.
1928—1930 Monthly and then with January-March 1928, quarterly
Bad Schmiedeberg, Germany. Language: German. Publisher: F.E. Baumann/Gral-Verlag. Editor: Karl Heise.
Succeeds: Mitteilungen des neueren Gral-Ordens—>Mitteilungen des Gral-Ordens
Corporate author: Freier Gralbund
7/1, 1928-1930. 8 pp. Continues the volume numbering of its predecessors.

This journal was the diminished rump of the journals devoted to Parsival Braun's Grail Order (Gral-Orden) (see the note under Christliche Theosophie). It was edited, after the withdrawal of P. Ch. Martens and F.E. Baumann from the venture, by Karl Heise, a notable Swiss anti-Mason and Ariosophist who became the head of what was then called the "Free Grail Community," the loose organization of "Gralfreunde" (Grail-friends) who remained interested in self-improvement through the Grail legends after the failure of Braun's formal, ritualistic Gral-Ordens in the late 1920s. It was published for the "brothers and sisters of the Grail Order as a guide on the Grail way to truth." ZDB: Berlin SBB Haus Potsdamer Str; Halle/S UuLB; Leipzig DNB.

Issues:Gral V7 N10-12 1928 Oct-dec
Gral V8 N1 1929 Jan
Gral V8 N2 1929 Feb

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