Gilles Lanneau explores the influence of the god Mehr on Christianism and his troubling similarities with the figure of Christ. Mehr, also known as Mithra, was the god of ancient Persia and was also born on December 25, in a cave, accomplished miracles, shared bread and wine, and ascended to heaven.
Gilles Lanneau investigates the influences of Mithraism in the Western and Eastern worlds.
This book takes the reader on an amazing journey through time and space, in search of the god Mehr, whose influence can be found in religions, festivals, customs and myths, particularly that of King Arthur and the Holy Grail, as well as numerous holy places.
|Number of pages||153|
|Type of book||Broché|
|Date of publication||31/05/2017|
|Dimensions||15 x 21 cm|