I wrote this on the 18th of March 2019.
That one named above stole it and became yt’s Cathar Expert.
This took me many weeks to write. I’ve never published Part 2. And NEVER will.
CATHARS, FOMENKO/NOSOVSKIY, NEW CHRONOLOGY, RESEARCH, TARTARY, THE HIDDEN HISTORY PROJECT
The Hidden History of the Cathars – Part One
Monday, 18 March 2019, 11:00
The Hidden History of the Cathars
This article is based partly on the New Chronologyand also my own extensive research into 17th Europe.
It will examine:
- The “official histories” of the Cathars and the Albigensian Crusade of the 13th century,
- What exactly was happening in Europe in the 17th
- The connections between both of these eras and events.
The Cathars and the Albigensian Crusade.
We have been told that the Cathars (Cathari) were a Christian religious sect based mainly in the south of France during the 12th and 13th centuries and that their heretical practises were so offensive to the Church of Rome and all other good citizens of Europe that they had to be exterminated in a Christian Crusade. Their heresy was dualism. The belief that two principles lie at the root of everything – Good and Evil.
July 1209 – Arnaud Amalric: “Kill them all. God will know his own.”
The four main Cathar dioceses in Southern France were Agen, Albi, Carcassonne and Toulouse and the main castles were at Carcassonne, Montsegur, Queribus, Puylaurens, Roquefixade, Peyrepertuse, Termes and Puivert. This whole area of France is known as the Languedoc or Roussillon
If you don’t know about the Cathars and the Albigensian Crusades there are mega-tons of information out there but for a quick “official” starter there is WikiWhatever.
Main Cathar Strongholds in the Languedoc
Europe in the 17th Century
From the end of the 16th century and rolling deep into the 17th, the history of Europe is full of turmoil. The Reformation, Continent-wide Wars, Civil Wars, massacres, regicide, executions. For example:
- St Bartholomew’s Day Massacre, Paris – 1572
- Murder of Henri IV, King of France, Paris – 1610
- The Time of Troubles, Russia and establishment of Romanov rule – 1613
- Start of the Thirty Years War, Europe – 1618 or before
- The Defenestration of Prague – 1618
- Richelieu unites Catholic France with the Protestant Swedes thereby bringing France into the Thirty Years War – 1629
- Henri II, Duc de Montmorency executed, France – 1632
- The Wars of Three Kingdoms – England, Scotland, Ireland begins – 1639
- The Fronde Civil Wars in France begin – 1648
- King Charles I of England executed – 1649
- Ottoman war against Hapsburg Hungary – 1663
- Second Anglo-Dutch War – 1665
- Russian-Turkish Wars begin -1676
The complete list is very long. Here is just a fraction of the timeline to show the general climate of Europe at this time.
What does any of this 17th Century stuff have to do with the Cathars?
If you are familiar with New Chronology (NC) you will know that, for the past 40 years plus, a team of Russian mathematicians have been doing in depth investigations into the hiding, editing and re-arranging of the history that we have all been taught.
I will explain no more about their work here other than to say that it consists of many thousands of pages and is worth investigating.
Okay. That said, NC research suggests that the annihilation of the Cathars did not take place in the 13th century as we have been told. It actually happened in the 17th century.
From a personal point of view, this makes sense. I have spent many years steeped in 17th century Europe in order to write a fictional account of the life and times of Marie de Rohan, and I may have completely rejected the NC version of Cathar history if not for Henri II, Duc de Montmorency, a close friend of Marie’s. I have put him in the timeline above for reasons that will become clear later.
What is the Hidden History of the Cathars?
It is interesting to note that “Cathar” is a name imposed by outsiders on this religious group. They only ever called themselves “Christians” or “Good Christians.” Bons chrétiens.
It is equally interesting to know that the Cathars of Northern France and elsewhere were called Bulgares. That is, Slavs from the Volga Region.
Locations of Cathars in Europe
As the map above shows, Cathars were not confined to the Languedoc in the South of France but they were spread across the continent of Europe and also Africa and America amongst many other lands. It is not inconceivable, therefore, that the true origins of the Bons chrétiens, is linked with the Horde/Great/Tartarian Empire (also known as Scythians) which expanded across most of the world during the 13th to 15th centuries. This can be amply illustrated by looking at their crosses and their flags.
Celtic Cross in Ireland
Christ with a Cathar Cross behind
It is not widely known but the Cathar flag consisted of equal width, repeating, vertical yellow and red stripes.
Drawing of the monument at the mountain where Montsegur Fortress stands ruined
The inscriptions say – in Occtian
“Als Catar als martyrs del pur créstian”
“To the Cathars, to the martyrs of pure Christian love”
And in French –
“L’héritique n’est pas celui que brûle le bucher mais celui qui l’allume.”
“A heretic is not the one who burns at the stake but the one who lights it.”
And beneath the monument is a Cathar flag made of yellow and red flowers.
This symbol of the old religion is not just confined to the Languedoc or Roussillon, it’s other name.
Arms of Catalonia (listing Valencia, Naples, Sicily, Jerusalem, Sardinia, Navarre, Aragon)
Belgium (bottom right…with the double-headed eagle of the Horde/Empire)
PART TWO WILL FOLLOW SHORTLY (i.e. When I’ve put it all together) :o)
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