The Grail Movement adherents believe their message is the fulfillment of Jesus Christ’s prophecy about the Comforter, who will come before the end of the earth. The movement established this in its written anecdotes, especially, in one of the volumes of in The light of the Truth. Members use the Bible and, sometimes, other related teachings. They emphasise that the Grail Message is an extension of the fulfillment of many of Jesus Christ’s teachings, and they also hold that since Christ never wrote down anything, evidence abound of contradictions in the Bible, especially, because some of the synoptic gospel writers never met Christ.
According to the Grail Message, what one sows he must reap. This is called the law of karma. The Grail Movement also teaches that creation is made up of several spiritual planes and different species, the beyond and the world of gross matter between which there is animistic kingdom. One controversial belief of the movement which, however, made it more that the Dan Brown controversy is its teaching that Christ was not born without physical procreation.