>>"Lastly, we have Lancelot of the Lake, the Human Soul, or superior man, who has become a firm and determined Knight with his own consciousness and will. Body, Spirit and Soul - the triangle of the alchemists, often represented as a deer and a unicorn fighting in a forest....or two fishes swimming in the sea....link. A conscious soul, Lancelot is now protector of his (own)King and Queen unto death. He travels the world as a symbol of the material, terrestrial soul which is within us all, for the development of life and learning the sacred mysteries. "<<
Yes, and in order for the sacred to remain sacred, it seems to me, such knowledge and (one hopes) understanding must needs remain veiled from the profane. It brings Mt 11:25 to mind:
"At that time Jesus answered and said, I thank thee, O Father, Lord of heaven and earth, because thou hast hid these things from the wise and prudent, and hast revealed them unto babes."
To that end, in my view, the truly sacred must needs remain a mystery. Even Moses was permitted only a glimpse, because he asked, and then only . . . well, enough said.