This book provides a very persuasive argument concerning the wealth from Roman-controlled tin mines operated for millennia from Glastonbury and environs in England that might have been indirectly available to Jesus Christ and his disciples through Joseph of Arimathea. There are many suppositions and some scant evidence to support some of the family lineage arguments concerning the whereabouts of the Holy Grail, the Holy family and other popular subjects of historical and mythical speculation. However, if the Joseph who controlled and profited from the English tin mines is Joseph of Arimathea (who gave his prepared tomb for Jesus' body), then it certainly gives us food for thought.
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