The Cathars were the most controversial Christian denomination to have ever existed. Hotly persecuted by the Catholic Church, their beliefs that spirit mattered far more than the body - and also their belief in the sacred family of Jesus, as explored in The Da Vinci Code - meant that their history was contentious, bloody and brutal. The last Cathar was burned alive in 1321, but their legacy left behind tantalising hints locked away in architecture, labyrinths and sacred geometry.
But could they have been reborn? Acclaimed philosopher Bram Moerland explores their history and legacy, their impact on society, and the possibility that the Cathars have been reincarnated, defying traditional Christian beliefs for the sake of spreading their message, which has more relevance now than ever: that we are spiritual masters on a physical journey, and that we all have the power to directly commune with God and the Holy Spirit.
Publisher: Hay House UK Ltd
Number of pages: 226
Dimensions: 216 x 138 mm