There is no such thing as a true tale. Truth has many faces and the truth is like to the old road to Avalon; it depends on your own will, and your own thoughts, whither the road will take you.” Marion Zimmer Bradley
Jeffrey Dean Morgan as King Arthur Julianna Margulies as Morgaine
The Goddess is everything in nature. And everything in Nature is sacred. Look. That is her face. Listen. That is her voice. She is in everything that is beautiful–and everything that is harrowing as well.
Am I prepared to be ruthless with this girl too? Can I train her, never sparing, or will my love make me less harsh than I must be to train a High Priestess? Can I use her love for me, to bring her to the feet of the Goddess?
The Goddess is everything in nature, and everything in nature is sacred.
Look, that is her face. Listen, that is her voice. She is in everything that is beautiful, and everything that is harrowing as well.
Arthur : “What are they doing ?” Morgaine : “They’re praying to the Goddess for a good harvest.” Arthur : “The Goddess ? The one Father Cuthbert doesn’t like ?” Morgaine : “And now she’ll look after their seeds, and make them grow … all through spring.” Arthur : “So these people don’t like Jesus Christ ?” Morgaine : “Some of them do. But others still pray to the Goddess.” Arthur : “Can there be a God and a Goddess at the same time ?” Morgaine :”Of course. it’s just like having a father and a mother.“