Lexicon beginning with C
- Catharssearch 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 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 Jonessearch for term
The author of the first translation of Crusade against the Grail into English
- Constantin von Hoffmeistersearch for term
Born 1976. A right-wing German nationalist, promoter of the pan-European nationalism, National Futurism idea of White Eurasia
- Couquetsearch for term
Madam Couquet. In the hotel of her in Montsegur Otto had lodged back in 1929
Synonyms: Мадам Куке
- Craig 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 Skullsearch for term
Synonyms: Calavera de cristal, Crâne de cristal, Kristallschädel, Teschio di Cristallo, Хрустальный череп
- Cybelesearch for term
Synonyms: Kubaba, Кибел
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