Camelot; or, the Town of Seekers

What find we, friend, in Camelot, the Camelot of to-day; what for him that hath the eyes to see, the ears to hear the spiritual meaning of this ancient tale of knightly deeds and thoughts? Is there a meaning in it for us who, as Christian Scientists, have come into the lists of error as knights of Spirit to fight for that which is good and acceptable to God? Who is our King Arthur, but one who points the way to the quest of the Sangreal or spiritual life, who wields the sword of Truth, and helps the knights of Spirit to attain the high honor of a siege by that Round Table which to us signifies perfect harmony with God.

To the ear of him who hears, comes the strong sound of wings beating towards the light, the cry of those dissatisfied with material vision, yet almost unaware that they are crying for God, from the least to the greatest.

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