Following Symbols and the Bones of a Dead Sorcerer: Mysteries of the Camino de Santiago – Part II

Following Symbols and the Bones of a Dead Sorcerer: Mysteries of the Camino de Santiago – Part II

The popular 500-mile-long pilgrimage road, the Camino de Santiago (specifically the French Way that leads from the French Pyrenees across northern Spain to Santiago de Compostela) seems like a straight-forward Christian pilgrimage, but mysteries abound. The Catholic Church insists it is a medieval pilgrimage route that ends at the tomb of the first martyred apostle, Saint James the Greater (Santiago, in Spanish). However, many people believe that hidden beneath this apparently Christian trail is something else—a pilgrimage route that is much older, longer, and pagan. 

Modern pilgrims along the Camino de Santiago

Modern pilgrims along the Camino de Santiago (Staffan Andersson/Public Domain)

In Part One we began exploring the history of the ancient route:


Become a member to read more OR login here