The Black Madonna and Christ

What The Da Vinci Code Did Not Say
Narrated by: William Butler
Length: 1 hr and 2 mins
Categories: History, Ancient History
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Publisher's Summary

This is a powerful presentation of the astonishing fact that amongst White European nations their most sacred icons of the Madonna and Christ are black in colour. This comprehensive book shows you the images in full glorious technicolour. It is the only place where the profound national historical significance of these black images is discussed. They are so little known in comparison to their great importance. A must buy for those interested in a historically correct image of not just Jesus Christ, but the whole concept of deity in ancient times.

©2013 Gert Muller (P)2014 Gert Muller

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Brilliant Revelation!

I loved this historical investigation. It removed centuries old myths and lies about black history.

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awesome listen...

u really enjoyed the book. it was so informative and raised questions that refute the unpopular origins. however those contraries are abolished with hard fact and evidence. The only thing I didn't like was the length..i wanted more historical connections to Osiris, Isis, and Virus. the original holy trinity.