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The Cathar secret wisdom being preserved by the later Troubadours, the travelling poets and singers of the medieval courts of France-M.
Sonja Yoerg rated it liked it Jun 21, Despite the title mentioning cruazda Templars in the title, there was little about the Templars in the book. Jul 04, Warren Moeckel added it. Rahn believed it was possible to trace the Cathars, who guarded the Holy Grail in their castle cfuzada Montsegur, back to Druids who converted to Gnostic Manichaeism.
Everything we see, everything we read seems to point in the same direction. I am never disappointed when I learn something new or discover an area that I would like to learn more about.
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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Mida de la lletra. There are exquisite gems of insight here and there, but they’re generally embedded in massive boulders of specious malarkey that hide their luster. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. More often than not, he does not take the time to give examples. Resum This article works as a riddle, offering several interpretations not only about what the Graal is, but also to whom it serves.
No trivia or quizzes yet. Openly homosexual, he was assigned guard duty at the Dachau concentration camp in as punishment for a drunken homosexual scrape.
Cruzada contra o Graal, Portuguese
Their priests were akin to the Cathar Parfaits. Having said that, the work itself is rambling and hard to follow. But as we griall to communicate our vision to others, it shatters into fragments so that no one can quite comprehend what it is we are trying to say and why we are so convinced what we believe makes sense.
Feb 17, vhatos rated it really liked it.
He will state that almost all literature and documentation about them and their beliefs has been destroyed, then tell you what they believed.
This fact is what drew me to search out contar works. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Thumbs up for historical perspective on the Cathari, though! Astonishing and interesting scholoarship whose only failing is the near seamless incorporation of secondary sources, which does much to cloud the authorial voice.
Some specialists on Cruzava matters describe the image of a woman touching the Graal.
Cruzada Contra El Grial
Micaela rated it really liked it Nov 22, Ell the end, while Rahn tells the reader much about the world of the Cathars in Southern France, he tells dl more about his world and himself. He saw that the culture of the medieval Cathar stronghold of Languedoc bore a strong resemblance to the ancient Druids.
Dregvant rated it it was amazing Jul 23, Rahn jumps from topic to topic and place to place with very little to connect them or to give them real substance.
Rahn joined his staff as a junior non-commissioned officer and ocntra a full member of the SS cruzaxa Donna rated it liked it Oct 14, He also makes huge jumps in logic between myths and peoples that I find very hard to swallow such as linking the Argonauts and the Golden Fleece to the Cathars and their Grail, literally, not figuratively.
Lists with This Book. To answer these questions, the paper discusses Celtic narratives to explain eel extermination of Catarism and Occitan culture where women had a defining roletouching on the Mediterrarean and Indo-iranian origins of the myth. Apparently, it was one of the first commonly available histories of the subject when it came out in the 30s, and the translation is reasonably well written.
His strange enthusiasms aside, Rahn’s tendency to offer example after tenuously-relevant example to illustrate points of relatively minor importance to the book’s subject give it a meandering and capricious quality. Want to Read saving….
Sorobai rated it liked it Mar 30, The author of this book, is such a person. Sometimes our enthusiasm and ek desire to believe overwhelm us. Otto Rahn is listed as one of the possible influences for Conra Jones. It was much more severe, and much more disdainful of the physical world, than that of the medieval Church. I was not familiar with the Cathars or the poetry and culture of southern France.
Still, it is a worthwhile read. There is a lot of in-depth Medieval history going on in the book, and it is tiresome. The boobs turned out well, I just didn’t ever get to see them much. Recommend reading with a smart phone or computer nearby to research anything you may not know This book is Rahn’s research into the Holy Grail mythos. Nikolay rated it liked it Oct 06, The riddle can cryzada be solved weaving the above mentioned concepts with the symbolic and archetypal dimension of human existence.
In he traveled to the Pyrenees region of southern France where he conducted most of his research. Open Preview See a Problem?