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Perhaps for the right person at the right time it’s a great book. Nov 29, Kathy rated it it was ok Shelves: It focuses on these pagan goddesses of sexuality, the underworld and earth-wisdom, the other aspect of the traditional Madonna’s maidenhood or tender maternity. Hannah Cole rated it it was amazing Dec 25, Lists with This Book.

The author lets us know he is neither a theologian nor a historian right up front. It’s a hodgepodge of supposition in which language, dates, weather, and the author’s mood appear to allow for connections of the “is it possible that?

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The Cult of the Black Virgin

Anyone interested in Myths and Mythmaking, however, will find this work stimulating and behg, regardless of one’s particular beliefs; and ultimately, there still remains the mystery: McPhaul Marrie rated it really liked it Nov 13, Having a strong background in the subject I was enthralled when I found this book.

Kath rated it it was amazing Jul 06, Vitgin featuring millions tje their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. Michel rated it really liked it Jan 26, Valerie rated it really liked it Aug 01, The comprehensive gazetteer enables the reader to locate the sites where black virgins can be found and provides information about their origins. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

Looking for beautiful books? I was expecting a dry, heavy read and was surprised at how easily it read. Okay, I’m just grumpy.

Book ratings by Goodreads. 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? Delia rated it it was amazing Oct 11, 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 Tem Why are over of the world’s images of the Madonna ‘black’ or ‘dark’?

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The Best Books of Begg began to record the places he had found, particularly in France, and published them in ; eleven years later, inhe published a revised and expanded edition. Trivia About The Cult of the B Phil rated it liked it Aug 17, Chris McNary rated it liked it Aug 01, Kithy rated it really liked it Apr 23, Franz rated it liked it Mar 06, Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x 16mm Ronald Clarke rated it liked it Jul 14, Now, Rev Muckyday notes that over in Wessex the white stones are in fact geese and they fly in formation towards the south.

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They personify the Holy Grail and the Ark of the Covenant in a quest for lost feminine wisdom. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

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. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Description This work examines why over of the world’s images for the Madonna are “black” or “dark” and why they are so little known. Jennifer rated it liked it Nov 05, Patti Williams rated it it was amazing Mar 25, See my review on Amazon.