The Cathar Prophecy
They had no holy book, they had no church, they worshipped in fields and forests, men and women were treated as equals, and though they were known as ‘perfects’, the Cathars were hunted to extinction in the name of God. In the winter of 1243 the last two hundred perfects were forced to retreat with their treasure to their final sanctuary and the seat of their Church of God, the impregnable castle in the foothills of the Pyrenees called Montségur. The Cathar Prophecy tells the extraordinary story of their last stand. It tells of Arnaud de Blanchfort, the dispossessed Knight of St John who stood with them and the ‘perfects’ who changed his life forever.
- Publication Date
- Aug 15, 2011
- All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
- By (author): Mark Griffin