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The Manisola was a holiday or feast celebrated by the Cathars, a Christian religious sect that emerged during the Middle Ages in the Languedoc region of France. It was a major initiation ceremony of the Perfecti, the members of the spiritual elite according to Cathar doctrine.[1]


  1. ^ De Rougemont, p. 86.


  • De Rougemont, Denis. Love in the Western World.