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CatharsCatharssearch for term

Catharism (from Greek: καθαρὀς, katharos, pure), a name of Christian religion in the Languedoc region of France and other parts of Europe in the XI-XIII centuries. The Paulicians of Armenia and the Bogomils of Bulgaria can be also called Cathars. Self-identification term Good Men (Bons Hommes) or Good Christians. Also known as Albigensians.

Synonyms: Cathar, Cathari, Катар

Christian BernadacChristian Bernadacsearch for term

French journalist (1937-2003), the author of Le Mystère Otto Rahn - Du catharisme au nazisme (Le Graal et Montségur)

Synonyms: Bernadac, Бернадак

Christopher JonesChristopher Jonessearch for term

The author of the first translation of Crusade against the Grail into English

Constantin von HoffmeisterConstantin von Hoffmeistersearch for term

Born 1976. A right-wing German nationalist, promoter of the pan-European nationalism, National Futurism idea of White Eurasia

Synonyms: Хофмейстер

CouquetCouquetsearch for term

Madam Couquet. In the hotel of her in Montsegur Otto had lodged back in 1929

Synonyms: Мадам Куке

Craig SmithCraig Smithsearch for term

The British novelist, the author of The Blood Lance with the Otto Rahn's death as one of the basis for the storyline.

See also: Blood Lance

Crystal SkullCrystal Skullsearch for term

Synonyms: Calavera de cristal, Crâne de cristal, Kristallschädel, Teschio di Cristallo, Хрустальный череп

CybeleCybelesearch for term

Synonyms: Kubaba, Кибел