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Lists with This Book. Kithy rated it really liked it Apr 23, Now, Rev Muckyday notes that over in Wessex the white stones are in fact geese and brgg fly in formation towards the south.
This book is the result of the examination of a curious fact: Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of Perhaps for the right person at the right time it’s a great book. Ean Begg’s fascinating book investigates the pagan origins of the phenomenon as well as the heretical Gnostic-Christian underground stream that flowed west with the cult of Mary Magdalene and resurfaced in Catharism at the time of the Crusades, especially with the Templars.
To ask other readers questions about The Cult of the Black Virginplease sign up. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I was expecting a dry, heavy read and was surprised at how easily it read. Ronald Clarke rated it liked it Jul 14, For me, the most instructive section which forms the first half of this book: Refresh and try again. Books by Ean Begg.
My expectations were doubtless unfair to the vigin author who has apparently set out to catalog all the Black Virgins in Europe and other places, in the notes in the back and to connect them to Okay, I’m just grumpy. Be the first to ask a question about The Cult of the Black Virgin. I don’t know, am I just being all crabby in the new year?
The information he gleaned formed the basis of his Gazetteer, which forms the second half of this book, which lists the locations he had uncovered, and a b This book is the result of the examination of a curious fact: It’s a hodgepodge of supposition in which language, dates, vvirgin, and the author’s mood appear to allow for connections of the “is it possible that?
One needs, therefore to be careful about how the hidden information alleged to be the truth is used by the reader. Carolyn rated it really liked it Feb 16, See my review on Amazon. Just a moment while we sign you in to bblack Goodreads account. Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x 16mm Was there an intent?
No trivia or quizzes yet. Patti Williams rated it it was amazing Mar 25, The comprehensive gazetteer enables the reader to locate the sites where black virgins can be found and provides information about their origins.
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This ov the ancient precursors of this legend from the East, the Classical traditions associated with it, the links to ‘natural religion’, the Christian tradition, and finally the symbolic meaning of the tradition. Have we Discovered The Secret!!!! Kath rated it it was amazing Jul 06, I found the links with the ancient Merovingian legends of France a ‘sacred’ line traditionally linked with the offspring of Jesus and Mary Magdalen which was supressed or more correctly went underground when Boniface converted Charlemagne’s grandfather to Roman Catholicism, cullt remained a potent subtext through the Middle Ages through to Bernard of Clairvaux and the Knights Templar to the Priory of Sion still in existence today.
Maria Dylan rated it really liked it Dec 05, Phil rated it liked it Aug 17, Ean Begg’s fascinating book investigates the pagan origins of the phenomenon as well as the heretical Gnostic-Christian underground stream that flowed west with the cult eab Mary Magdalene and resurfaced in Catharism at the time of the Crusades, especially with the Tem Why are over of the world’s images of the Madonna ‘black’ or ‘dark’?
Heather Bache rated it it was amazing Jul 14, The book investigates the pagan origins of the phenomenon as well as the heretical Gnostic-Christian underground stream which flowed West with the cult of Mary Magdalene and resurfaced in Catharism at the time of the Crusades.
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