Antonin Gadal
The Work of a Man Inspired by the Spirit
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 Who Is Antonin Gadal?  
 The Source  
 The Doctrine  
 Pyrenean Catharism  
 The Catharism and Its Origins  
   Pyrenean Catharism  
   Marcos of Memphis  
   The Spanish Followers  
   The Same Branch  
   The Empire of Love in the Storm  
   The Martyrs' Ashes  
   Nobility of Heresy  
   Cathar Martyrologue  
 The Mystery of the Caves  
 The Grail in the Pyrenees  
 Grail, Cathars and Rosycross  
 Interesting Links  

The Albigensians, a name given traditionally after the Crusades, are thus a branch of Mani and the Paraclete’s Church. (Mani, Mens, Spiritus; hence Manes, Manichea, Manicheans). We should differentiate Maneism and Manicheism, as the different Councils have mixed them purposely in order to bring to an end Catharism and the ‘Albigensians’.
Mark of Memphis and Paul the Armenian are not disciples of Manes. They originate from Montanus’ Catharism (140 A.D.) influenced by the School of Alexandria where, as we have seen, the highest theosophy of the Greek world, encountering the greatest religious synthesis of the Indian world, comes as a wealth to Christianity at its beginning.

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