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The trail of gnosis : an interactive exploration of Gnostic traditions

by Judith Mann

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REVISED 4th EDITION PUBLISHED BY PACIFIC RIM PRESS The Trail of Gnosis relates the profound impact of The Inquisition and The Albigensian Crusade on gnostic Catharism and unravels many of the mysteries surrounding sacred gnostic sites of France, Italy, Spain, Armenia, Bosnia, Croatia, Turkey and Bulgaria. Mann shares significant insights and investigates historic and spiritual threads connecting gnostic groups from China to France, from the 4th to 15th centuries. The Trail of Gnosis includes secret gnostic connections to the Knights Templar and Holy Grail, along with influences of the Kabbalah, Sufism and Taoism on gnostics of the Balkans and Western Europe. The book's greatest contribution is its multi-dimensional exploration of gnosticism. Bibliography, Index

PRAISE FOR 'THE TRAIL OF GNOSIS' "Lucid text and superb graphics celebrate the endurance and wisdom of Gnosticism." -- O.C.M. "After a few days of exploring the contents of The Trail of Gnosis, I am profoundly impressed. There is information made available that I have not found elsewhere. Your book is opening new and exciting channels for me. Thank you for your important contribution to a virtually forgotten tradition." --L.J

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