"The Mary Magdalene Book: Mary Magdalene Speaks, Her Story and Her Message" tells Mary Magdalene's story in her own words. A message for you from Mary Magdalene: Dear one, It is my wish and hope that my story touches your heart in ways that soothe and open it to the sweet riches of your life. As you can see from my life, despite hardships, loss and obstacles, the heart can love, can reach out, can transform pain into beauty. Let your heart, the core of your being, lead you to soften your responses, your awareness, your being. Make your purpose to find what touches your heart. It is everywhere. Let your open heart tell you who you are. I promise you will be happier for it. Your world will change, brighten, and seem more generous and kind. Now, and every day, allow your heart to open and bring you home to the true you. Much love, Mary Magdalene
The Holy Grail, the Bloodline and the Secrets of the Divine Feminine
Author: Dorothy May Mercer
Mary Magdalene speaks across the Veil revealing Secrets of the Divine Feminine for an awakening Humanity!This is the greatest story never told! Marcia's riveting eye whiteness account of Jesus make this a must read for every spiritual seeker! Spiritual psychic and biblical investigator Marcia McMahon has hosted the Peaceful Planet radio show for over ten years discovering starling conclusions of the Life of Jeshua ben Joseph the name of Jesus in the first century. She brilliantly weaves the lives of the female dispels with her message from Mary Magdalene, Mother Mary and Joseph of Arimathea, to provide insights into Jesus actual missing years in India!Journey back in time with Mary Magdalene, Mother Mary, and Joseph of Arimethia with eyewitness accounts of the many supporters of Jeshua, or Jesus Christ! Drink from the Holy Grail chalice of the Christ/Magdalene energies as the codes are woven through the story of female disciples as they come to life through past life regression and channeling, revealing new events of Jeshua and Mary's life, and new truths! Explore lost records of Jesus's Tombs in Jerusalem and Kashmir and Mary's missing gospels, and eye whiteness accounts of the male disciples, the concealment of the bloodline by the early church and missing Grail artifacts!
Numerous bestselling books have been written about Mary Magdalene with many hushed conversations about this mysterious woman who followed Jesus. However, until now, no one has produced a book about who she is in her own words. Join Matthew Robert Payne as he brings the words of Mary Magdalene to earth after an interview with her. She discusses topics such as: What Jesus was like when he ministered on earth What Jesus is like in heaven now How you can qualify to go to heaven when you die Her message for women on earth Her message for men on earth and Much more. Mary speaks quite candidly about several topics that are not covered in the Gospels, including her former life before Christ, her life with Jesus, and the backstory of her relationship with Jesus. Join her for a look behind the scenes into the times of the Gospels. Learn about Mary's role in heaven and the truth behind the false accounts about her and Jesus in popular books. Find out who Mary really is and let her convince you to rededicate your life to Jesus and his sacred and holy teachings.
In an enthralling saga, Mary Magdalene, the most misunderstood woman in history, returns strong and true as the irresistible voice of the banished feminine divine. Holding an intriguing legacy in her hands, she unveils the scandalous secrets, prophecies and confidential teachings of Jesus. Using the profound language of the soul to construct in the reader the essence of a divine state, this book could be called pure alchemy from beginning to end. Overflowing with enthralling descriptions detailing the creation, Heaven and Hell, the hidden life of Jesus, the truth about Mother Mary and the secrets of death, endorsed by obscure ancient texts—this book sets spiritual and historical literature apart. After twenty-five years of research this could be the most authentic portrayal recounting accurate details of what happened next—after the crucifixion. Finally the spurned women of ancient times speak true from beyond the grave. Prophecy spoke of two Messiah’s—Jesu was the first.
The story of Mary Magdalene is that of a simple woman, understanding a secret, concentrating all her strength on the divine fire, deciding to consecrate her whole life so that her thoughts would be turned to the Father. This woman is intelligent, she has understood that man is only a passage on earth and that he will spend his life doing things that have no interest and that will turn to dust. She then takes care of her eternal soul. Following the Master Jesus and surrounding him with his blessings, she will consecrate herself to God with intelligence and mastery, know the laws and walk on the path of the spiritual masters, the divine masters.
The figure of Mary Magdalen has fascinated and perplexed people for centuries. She is portrayed in the Gospels as a neurotic woman, possibly with a past, yet she is the first to encounter the risen Christ and he charges her with the responsibility of proclaiming the resurrection. She is therefore Christianity's first evangelist - a difficult concept for churches with exclusively male hierarchies who prefer to think of her as just a reformed prostitute. The belief that Mary Magdalen was married to Jesus and that the Church has tried to suppress this truth was not invented in recent years but is almost as old as Christianity itself. This gives a grand tour through 2000 years history, art and tradition with surprises and discoveries all the way.
An in-depth study of the heart-centered teachings of Mary Magdalene • Explains how the Fourth Gospel of the New Testament, specifically the Gospel of Signs, is actually a direct transcription of Mary Magdalene’s oral teachings • Reveals Mary Magdalene as a gifted visionary teacher and the best qualified disciple to lead the Jesus movement after his death • Details how the Gospel of Signs outlines 7 key steps for personal transformation and healing The discovery and translation of the Gnostic Gospels have revealed Mary Magdalene to be a gifted visionary teacher and the best qualified disciple to lead the Jesus movement following his death. Yet, according to most scholars, only a few fragments of her actual teachings have survived. Sharing more than 20 years of research, inspired by a profound experience at the cave in southern France where Mary Magdalene is reputed to have spent her final years, Jack Angelo reveals that the Fourth Gospel of the New Testament, traditionally attributed to John, is actually a direct transcription of Mary Magdalene’s oral teachings. He explains how the Fourth Gospel was recast by more conservative members of the Jesus movement, such as Peter and Andrew, to hide Mary’s authorship and suppress her role as head disciple. Delving deeply into the many layers of meaning within the “Gospel of Signs”--the first 11 chapters of the Fourth Gospel which describe seven of Jesus’ miracles--he shows how Mary’s teachings outline seven key steps for personal transformation and profound healing. For example, the sixth sign describes the shamanic healing of a blind man when Jesus spits on clay and smears the paste over the man’s eyes. Angelo explains how the deeper meaning of this sign is about perceiving with the “eyes of the heart.” Beyond the beauty and simplicity of Mary’s wisdom for personal transformation and healing, Angelo also shows how Mary’s heart-centered teachings embody the resurgence of feminine energy that is vitally needed to restore balance to the psyche and health of humanity as well as to Earth.
An Edition and Translation of the Medieval Welsh Lives
Author: Jane Cartwright
Pubpsher: CUA Press
Mary Magdalene and Her Sister Martha: An Edition and Translation of the Medieval Welsh Lives provides scholarly editions and English translations of the medieval Welsh versions of the legends of Mary Magdalene and Martha. Described by Victor Saxer as medieval best sellers, these hagiographical tales, which described how Mary Magdalene and her sister Martha survived a perilous sea voyage from the holy land and evangelized Provence, were available in many different Latin and vernacular versions and circulated widely in the medieval West. The texts were translated or adapted into Middle Welsh some time before the mid-fourteenth century: the Middle Welsh Life of Mary Magdalene is extant in thirteen manuscripts and the Middle Welsh Life of Martha is preserved in eight of the same manuscripts. Jane Cartwright makes the Middle Welsh versions available to an international audience for the first time and provides a detailed study of the Welsh manuscripts that contain the texts, a comparison between the different manuscripts versions and a discussion of the wider hagiographical context of the texts in Wales. The volume includes transcriptions, editions and translations of the two Lives based on the oldest most complete extant versions found in the Red Book of Talgarth c. 1400, as well as an additional section of text describing Mary Magdalene s life before Christ s crucifixion from the fifteenth-century Aberystwyth, National Library of Wales, Peniarth MS 27ii. The edition is accompanied by a comprehensive glossary which provides translations of all medieval Welsh words that occur in the texts, an analysis of the development and transmission of the legends, as well as a discussion of the relevance and popularity of these two female saints in late medieval Wales: medieval Welsh poetry, church dedications, and holy wells are also considered.