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 Jung, E. and Von Franz, M. L. (1970) The Grail Legend. English Translation,​ Princeton University Press, Princeton NJ Jung, E. and Von Franz, M. L. (1970) The Grail Legend. English Translation,​ Princeton University Press, Princeton NJ
  
-p88-89. "​...the latter (//the sword//) symbolizes not only the separating and discriminating aspects of the intellect, but also the judging, wrathful intervention of God in earthly affairs. ...\\ The sword signifies that life-urge which leads to the recognition of the Self."+p88-89. "​...the latter (//<fc #008080>the sword</fc>//) symbolizes not only the separating and discriminating aspects of the intellect, but also the judging, wrathful intervention of God in earthly affairs. ...\\ The sword signifies that life-urge which leads to the recognition of the Self."