The Secret Doctrine of Being Beautiful

Monday, January 31, 2005


The very name of Mary Magdalene conjures up in many, the question, ‘who was Mary Magdalene?’ Apparently she was a great woman with great power for the Catholic Church to subjugate her into a meaningless role and into the background behind Jesus and his mother the so-called Virgin Mary.
It was at the Council of Nicea convened in 325 A.D. by the Emperor Constantine that the New Testament was born. Constantine had consulted the writings left by a female Oracle 500 years previous, which foretold that he would have to create a new religion in order to keep his empire and expand it. Therefore, Mary Magdalene was portrayed as a prostitute, a woman who had seven demons caste out of her and possibly was about to be stoned when Jesus intervened.
In my book, Secrets of the Magdalene Scrolls, I portray the Magdalene as she possibly was based on my extensive research. It is quite possible that the name ‘Mary’ was a title given to priestesses of some renown. She was a powerful priestess and an equal of Jesus and all of his disciples.
As much as there have been those who had wanted to eradicate her from history, the Knights Templar left a legacy of her presence and her rich heritage in the building of the gothic churches in France and elsewhere. One only has to have an open mind with eyes that see to note the evidence of the reverence they held her in. She represents the wisdom of the feminine that so much of mankind has attempted to suppress.
My research indicates she was black and Ethiopian. Why else would the Black Madonna be so prevalent in almost all the churches in France and in parts of Spain? It is worth a trip to these areas to see for oneself. These Madonnas have a history of miraculous healings.
This is the age of woman and women are awakening to their worth and their power. I wrote Secrets of the Magdalene Scrolls so that some semblance of her greatness can be made known to the world. There is within each of us the same greatness yet unrealized.


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