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Les Cathares : Pauvres du Christ ou Apôtres de Satan ?

by Anne Brenon

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The courage of the Good Women and Good Men, Albigenians, now known as Cathars, was impressive, even to the Inquisitoral authorities who burned them, hundreds at a time, at the stake.

That any of their books managed to survive, newly discovered in the 1970´s, is amazing.

The key, I think, to this history is in combination with that of the earlier repressions of the Roman period, showing the historical pattern of conquest, repression, and then control of ideology in order to control populations. This continues in a more subtle form even today.
Peace, and Community,
Shira
MEOW Date: Tuesday, June 26. 12014 H.E. (Holocene Era)
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  FourFreedoms | May 17, 2019 |
The courage of the Good Women and Good Men, Albigenians, now known as Cathars, was impressive, even to the Inquisitoral authorities who burned them, hundreds at a time, at the stake.

That any of their books managed to survive, newly discovered in the 1970´s, is amazing.

The key, I think, to this history is in combination with that of the earlier repressions of the Roman period, showing the historical pattern of conquest, repression, and then control of ideology in order to control populations. This continues in a more subtle form even today.
Peace, and Community,
Shira
MEOW Date: Tuesday, June 26. 12014 H.E. (Holocene Era)
( )
  ShiraDest | Mar 6, 2019 |
The courage of the Good Women and Good Men, Albigenians, now known as Cathars, was impressive, even to the Inquisitoral authorities who burned them, hundreds at a time, at the stake.

That any of their books managed to survive, newly discovered in the 1970´s, is amazing.

The key, I think, to this history is in combination with that of the earlier repressions of the Roman period, showing the historical pattern of conquest, repression, and then control of ideology in order to control populations. This continues in a more subtle form even today.
Peace, and Community,
Shira
MEOW Date: Tuesday, June 26. 12014 H.E. (Holocene Era)
( )
  MEOWDate | Jul 15, 2014 |
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