Templar: The Way to the Grail. A Celtic Ritual Program

Date: 20/01/2019
Address: Moscow, Russia

Our entire life is a ritual, even if we do not perceive and attach importance to this fact. The ability to consciously choose and follow life rules was one of the principal objectives that a number of Medieval Orders (Templars being most prominent among them) introduced into the culture of the ritual. This program presents the ritual as a system that intertwines knowledge with the idea of transformation. It is built around two notions: the first one is the entry into the ritual and the second is the measure of a man. That latter is simultaneously the basis of individual morality and discipline as well as an opportunity for navigated evolution and creation.


Portal. Practice

The entry into the ritual introduces several conditions and notions of importance for those willing to pursue a path around a sacred territory:

  • Service
  • The Compass and the Try-Square
  • The Levels of the Ritual
  • The Scrolls
  • The Labyrinth

Participation Terms

  • All applications are approved individually. Please submit your application through the website form.
  • Dress code. The participants need to obtain the Grail Integral T-shirt. Order the T-shirt here.





Registration by 16 January

Registration after 17 January




Attendees of the ‘Forming the Alchemical Body: Nine Cinnabar Elixirs’ Seminar (16-20 January)



  • This is a first-level event.
  • Prices are quoted in EUR.
  • Please note that a prepayment is needed to guarantee registration.
  • Some prerequisites exist for attending this event. Please contact us for more information.


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13a Borby Sq., Bld. 1, Moscow, Russia
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