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"The most courageous act is still to think for yourself. Aloud."

The Romany, or “Gypsies,” are bound to no one. They are a nomadic people who value a connection to the earth over one to nations or kings.
Where did they come from? Some would say India, others Egypt. Their nomadic lifestyle makes it nearly impossible to trace their exact route up into northern and western Europe. Instead, in this new compendium of Gypsy culture and heritage, Adam Mars focuses on the origins they have given themselves.

He recounts oral traditions passed down over the generations and the Gypsies’ surprising connection to Mary Magdalene and the early Christian Church. Mars’s work is the true story behind famous questions and conspiracies about the ancient world—and the beginning of one of its most popular religions.