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The legend of the Skull of Sidon states that a great lady of Maraclea was

loved by a Templar who was a Lord of Sidon. She died suddenly. On the night
of her burial, he supposedly crept to her grave, dug up her body and
violated it.
Then a voice from the void bade him return in nine months time for he would
find a son.

He returned at the appointed time, opened the grave again and found a head
on the leg bones of the skeleton (skull and crossbones).
The same voice bade him 'guard it well, for it would be the giver of all
good things', and so he carried it away with him.
It became his protecting genius, and he was able to defeat his enemies by
merely showing them the magic head. In due course, it passed to the
possession of the order.
This tale can be traced back to a twelfth century author named Walter Mapp,
although the story at this time is not connected with the Templar Knights.
However, at the time of their trials 1307-1314 it was well woven into the
Templar legend. In fact it was called upon during the actual trials of the
Templars.
Edward Burman in his book Supremely Abominable Crimes tells of an Antonio
Sicci, an apostolic notary from Vercelli, Northern Italy. Sicci recounts to
the inquisitors the tale of the Lord of Sidon which he claimed he learned
while working for
the order in the Holy Land. His accusation and recounting of the tale is
similar to that quoted in Baigent and Leigh's book.
As ridiculous as this tale seems in modern times, it was easily bought
during the period. The inquisitors and theologians would have picked up on
the fact that the woman of the piece was Armenian by background. This they
would have connected with the Armenian Church and its Paulician sects. The
Paulicians and the Bogomils were practitioners of Catharism which the
church had all but wiped out during the Albigensian Crusade. Since the
church believed the Cathari to be practitioners of the Black Mass and
necromancy, the woman's Armenian background would make the story guilty by
association.
- The Holy Blood and The Holy Grail

SACRED GEOMETRY

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The universe is created by a thought consciousness which manifests in
physical reality through a geometric
blueprint that we call Sacred Geometry which repeats in cycle giving the
illusion of linear time.

12=1+2=3=third dimension - manifestation in 3D


12 spiraling cones around 1 source = 13 = 4=4th dimension = time
Forming grid programs of eXperience - MatriX - Tricks - Trickster - Duality

The boX = 'X' or the hourglass='Z'


'X' - As is above, So is Below - Emerald Tablets of Thoth=Hermes
Trismegistus
Hermes The Magician - Magic - Tricks - Magi - Christ Consciousness Grid
Thoth the ancient Egyptian Scribe who wrote our program
Emerald = Alchemy - Emerald City = OZ - The
WiZard
Alchemy Wheel of Consciousness based on the spiraling patterns of
Sacred Geometry = SG = StarGate = Wheel of Karma = Alchemy Wheel
which spirals consciousness back to Source
and is linked with the center - Eye of the Milky Way Galaxy - the Heart

GEOMETRIC PATTERNS

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Bruce Rawles
Dan Winter
Stan Tennen
Secret of the Hebrew Letters

GOLDEN RATIO - GOLD=ALCHEMY - CONSCIOUSNESS - PHI RATIO

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The
golden ratio is a number, approximately 1.618, which when considered as a
ratio posseses many interesting properties. It was studied by ancient
mathematicians due to its frequent appearance in geometry. Shapes defined
by the golden ratio have long been considered aesthetically pleasing in
western cultures, reflecting nature's balance between symmetry and
asymmetry. The ratio is still used frequently in art and design. The golden
ratio is also known as proportio divina, sectio aurea, the golden mean,
golden section, golden number or divine proportion. Continued - Wikipedia
Golden Mean - Fusion Anomaly
Golden Mean Spiral and the Merkaba
Golden Section Ratio - Phi
Sacred Geometry and
the Archdome=Golden Mean

SACRED GEOMETRY AND THE GREAT PYRAMID

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Linking The Great Pyramid to the Human Form
The Great Pyramid, The Golden Ratio and The Royal Cubit
Geometry of the Great Pyramid

SACRED GEOMETRY IN ARCHITECTURE

The term "sacred geometry" is used by archaeologists, anthropologists, and


geometricians to encompass the religious, philosohical, and spiritual
beliefs that have sprung up around geometry in various cultures during the
course of human history. It is a catch-all term covering Pythagorean
geometry and neo-Platonic geometry, as well as
the perceived relationships between organic curves and logarithmic curves.
Rennes le Chateau
Sacred Geometry in Building
Sacred Geometry and Stones
Sacred Places - Sacred Geometry
Sacred Geometry and Labyrinths
The Use Of Domes
The Prehistoric Alignment of World Wonders

SACRED GEOMETRY IN DANCE


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Sacred Geometry and the Mevlevi Sufi Round Dance
Religious Dancing of the Sufi Muslims

SACRED GEOMETRY IN ART

M.C. ESCHER:
Gallery Escher's World - Tesselations
CHARLES GILCHRIST
Sacred Geometry and the Architecture of the Universe
Sacred Geometry and Crop Circles

SACRED GEOMETRY

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The universe is created by a thought consciousness which manifests in
physical reality through a geometric blueprint that we call Sacred Geometry
which repeats in cycle giving the illusion of linear time.

12=1+2=3=third dimension - manifestation in 3D


12 spiraling cones around 1 source = 13 = 4=4th dimension = time
Forming grid programs of eXperience - MatriX - Tricks - Trickster - Duality

The boX = 'X' or the hourglass='Z'


'X' - As is above, So is Below - Emerald Tablets of Thoth=Hermes
Trismegistus
Hermes The Magician - Magic - Tricks - Magi - Christ Consciousness Grid
Thoth the ancient Egyptian Scribe who wrote our program
Emerald = Alchemy - Emerald City = OZ - The WiZard
Alchemy Wheel of Consciousness based on the spiraling patterns of
Sacred Geometry = SG = StarGate = Wheel of
Karma = Alchemy Wheel
which spirals consciousness back to Source
and is linked with the center - Eye of the Milky Way Galaxy - the Heart

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GEOMETRIC PATTERNS

Bruce Rawles
Dan Winter
Stan Tennen
Secret of the Hebrew Letters

GOLDEN RATIO - GOLD=ALCHEMY - CONSCIOUSNESS - PHI RATIO

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The golden ratio is a number, approximately 1.618, which when considered as
a ratio posseses many interesting properties. It was
studied by ancient mathematicians due to its frequent appearance in
geometry. Shapes defined by the golden ratio have long been considered
aesthetically pleasing in western cultures, reflecting nature's balance
between symmetry and asymmetry. The ratio is still used frequently in art
and design. The golden ratio is also known as proportio divina, sectio
aurea, the golden mean, golden section, golden number or divine proportion.
Continued - Wikipedia
Golden Mean - Fusion Anomaly
Golden Mean Spiral and the Merkaba
Golden Section Ratio - Phi
Sacred Geometry and the Archdome=Golden Mean

SACRED GEOMETRY AND THE GREAT PYRAMID

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Linking The Great Pyramid to the Human Form
The Great Pyramid, The Golden Ratio and The Royal Cubit
Geometry of the Great Pyramid

SACRED GEOMETRY IN ARCHITECTURE

The term "sacred geometry" is used by archaeologists, anthropologists, and


geometricians to encompass the religious, philosohical, and spiritual
beliefs that have sprung up around geometry in various cultures during the
course of human history. It is a catch-all term covering Pythagorean
geometry and neo-Platonic geometry, as well as the perceived relationships
between organic curves and logarithmic curves.
Rennes le Chateau
Sacred Geometry in Building
Sacred Geometry and Stones
Sacred Places - Sacred Geometry
Sacred Geometry and Labyrinths
The Use Of Domes
The Prehistoric Alignment of World Wonders

SACRED GEOMETRY IN DANCE


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Sacred Geometry and the Mevlevi Sufi Round Dance
Religious Dancing of the Sufi Muslims

SACRED GEOMETRY IN ART

M.C. ESCHER:
Gallery Escher's World - Tesselations
CHARLES GILCHRIST
Sacred Geometry and the Architecture of the Universe
Sacred Geometry and Crop Circles

SACRED GEOMETRY

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The universe is created by a thought consciousness which manifests in
physical reality through a geometric blueprint that we call Sacred Geometry
which repeats in cycle giving the illusion of linear time.

12=1+2=3=third dimension - manifestation in 3D


12 spiraling cones around 1
source = 13 = 4=4th dimension = time
Forming grid programs of eXperience - MatriX - Tricks - Trickster - Duality

The boX = 'X' or the hourglass='Z'


'X' - As is above, So is Below - Emerald Tablets of Thoth=Hermes
Trismegistus
Hermes The Magician - Magic - Tricks - Magi - Christ Consciousness Grid
Thoth the ancient Egyptian Scribe who wrote our program
Emerald = Alchemy - Emerald City = OZ - The WiZard
Alchemy Wheel of Consciousness based on the spiraling patterns of
Sacred Geometry = SG = StarGate = Wheel of Karma = Alchemy Wheel
which spirals consciousness back to Source
and is linked with the center - Eye of the Milky Way Galaxy - the Heart

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GEOMETRIC PATTERNS

Bruce Rawles
Dan Winter
Stan Tennen
Secret of the Hebrew Letters

GOLDEN RATIO - GOLD=ALCHEMY - CONSCIOUSNESS - PHI RATIO

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The golden ratio is a number, approximately 1.618, which when considered as
a ratio posseses many interesting properties. It was studied by ancient
mathematicians due to its frequent appearance in geometry. Shapes defined
by the golden
ratio have long been considered aesthetically pleasing in western
cultures, reflecting nature's balance between symmetry and asymmetry. The
ratio is still used frequently in art and design. The golden ratio is also
known as proportio divina, sectio aurea, the golden mean, golden section,
golden number or divine proportion. Continued - Wikipedia
Golden Mean - Fusion Anomaly
Golden Mean Spiral and the Merkaba
Golden Section Ratio - Phi
Sacred Geometry and the Archdome=Golden Mean

SACRED GEOMETRY AND THE GREAT PYRAMID

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Linking The Great Pyramid to the Human Form
The Great Pyramid, The Golden Ratio and The Royal Cubit
Geometry of the Great Pyramid

SACRED GEOMETRY IN ARCHITECTURE

The term "sacred geometry" is used by archaeologists, anthropologists, and


geometricians to encompass the religious, philosohical, and spiritual
beliefs that have sprung up around geometry in various cultures during the
course of human history. It is a catch-all term covering Pythagorean
geometry and neo-Platonic geometry, as well as the perceived relationships
between organic curves and logarithmic curves.
Rennes le Chateau
Sacred Geometry in Building
Sacred Geometry and Stones
Sacred Places - Sacred Geometry
Sacred Geometry and Labyrinths
The Use Of Domes
The Prehistoric Alignment of World Wonders

SACRED GEOMETRY IN DANCE


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Sacred Geometry and the Mevlevi Sufi Round Dance
Religious Dancing of the Sufi Muslims

SACRED GEOMETRY IN ART

M.C. ESCHER:
Gallery Escher's World - Tesselations
CHARLES GILCHRIST
Sacred Geometry and the Architecture of the Universe
Sacred Geometry and Crop Circles

Thoth Mystery School

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The Mystery of Hermes Trismegistus, the "three-times great", - Emerald
Tablets of Thoth was described by Greek and Roman mystics in documents
loosely attributed to the Egyptian God Thoth. Three references the third
dimension - the physical plane.
Thoth or Tehuti, was the scribe of the Gods, the
inventor of writing, and was usually depicted in hieroglyphics with the
head of an Ibis bird. Thoth wrote the story of our reality - the Hall of
Records - The Akashic Records - the Grid Programs - the ancient mystery
school teachings - the mystery schools - information that would be hidden
until the end of this cycle called Time - the creation of our physical
reality through Sacred Geometry - the blueprint of consciousness -
evolution through DNA.
It is sometimes thought that Thoth was the architect of the Great Pyramid
of Giza. It is said that below the Giza plateau lies a network of tunnels
containing the real history of Egypt, including the mystical history of the
temple initiates. The central truth of these records is permanently
inscribed on Emerald Tablets of Thoth that have yet to be discovered.
These secrets
are encoded in our DNA - not recorded in the physical. Emerald and gold -
alchemy of consciousness - revolution of consciousness.

Channeling Thoth - Metaphors and Messages


This saying, attributed to Thoth as being the most fundamental truth of our
conscious minds, is the basis of the outer Hermetic teaching. The idea is
that the world is a mirror of heaven ? a reflection. The divine patterns
found here are a reflection of those in the worlds above. Everything that
is understandable here has meaning because its pattern is represented in
the divine. That's the inner foundation of language and writing in the
purely symbolic sense.
That is just what Thoth created ? an inner connection between the divine
light patterns and the outer forms it takes. This conscious connection
doesn't come easily, in fact it must be accompanied by skills for accepting
deep abstraction. We may call it a "new idea" or "concept", but it1s the
ability to visualize patterns in
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the light and realize the meaning in life. We take for granted how much of
this ability we have inherited from the ancient past.
Mystically, Thoth realized the great 'Scroll of Light', and began to
inscribe upon it the glyphs of his world - his language of truth. So
powerful was the resonance of this language that it could be understood by
those who heard him speak, and stood in his presence.
Thoth could draw pictures of these ideas so clearly that they brought up
expansive images in the minds of his comrades ? they could "read" these
pictures as reminders of what he had said to them. They were learning to
travel in his space of truth, learning his "language" defined by his work
as a mystic light traveler. The same is true today. We call it memory. It
is a shared experience of inner light.
On the plane of light the mnemonic glyphs of language appear as standing
resonators of meaning. By traveling through these energetic monoliths you
come to know the meaning of language and
its purpose in the history of consciousness.
This constellation of micro-portals dots the dimensional landscape like the
Scroll of a Player Piano ? the Scroll of Thoth. As you travel along the
surface you re-play the information that is stored in the Halls of Amenti.
There you find the Emerald Tablet of Hermes Trismegistus. It is cut from
pure Beryl stone of radiant mind-glass. Beryl is colorless in pure form and
it is the many different impurities that give beryl its varied coloration.
Not many realize that an emerald is the green variety of beryl and
aquamarine the blue variety.

If you find this stone, and decipher it, you will see that it is a map of
the hallways underneath the Earth. The hallways branch in every direction,
but twelve are the most prominent. Is it said that if you follow each
hallway to its end, you will find another emerald tablet, making thirteen
in all. Decipher all the tablets,
learn the lessons they contain, and Thoth will personally appear to greet
you!
This is the Philosopher's Stone - the alchemy of time and consciousness.

EMERALD TABLET - PHILOSOPHER'S STONE

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ALCHEMY INDEX
THOTH
MYSTERY SCHOOLS & SECRET SOCIETIES
CONSPIRACY INDEX
ELLIE'S ARCHIVES
ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF ALL FILES
CRYSTALINKS MAIN PAGE

Vril Society

In November of 1996 I received a


video about World War II Germany pre and post - and a secret organization
named Vril its name linked to Atlantean time lines and one of its language
- composed of sounds and clicks.
The video mentioned that - in Germany at the turn of the century and
particularly after WW I many secret societies developed. One of these
groups was the Vril Society.
In 1917 four members of the Vril society met in a cafe in Vienna. There was
one woman and three men. The woman was a 'spiritual medium'. They met under
a veil of mystery and secrecy. They discussed secret revelations, the
coming of the new age, the Spear of Destiny, the magical violet black
stone, and making contact with ancient peoples and distant worlds.
Their source of power was the Black Sun, an infinite beam of light which -
though invisible to the human eye - exists in anti-matter.
The Vril emblem
became the Black Sun - a secret philosophy thousand of years old provided
the foundation on which the occult practioners of the Third Reich would
later build. The Black Sun symbol can be found in many Babylonian and
Assyrian places of worship. They depicted the Black Sun - the godhead's
inner light in the form of a cross. This was not much different from the
German's Knight's Cross.
The woman allegedly channeled information from aliens after which the Thule
was crteated. they went on to build something called the Vril Machine. It
allegedly was a saucer shape interdimensional time travel machine. Their
first flight was allegedly in 1934.

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Much of their work was done in the Black Forest.

Thule Society members were allegedly the first group to attempt the back-
engineering of an
extraterrestrial spacecraft. "A German writer, John Von Helsing, describes
the discovery of a crashed saucer in the Black Forest in 1936 and says that
this technology was taken and combined with the information the Vril
Society had received through channeling and was made into a further project
called the Haunebu.
German aircraft historian Henry Stevens states, "Haunebu 1 was allegedlythe
first large flying saucer developed in Germany. According to plans
allegedly obtained from classified German SS files, the Haunebu 1 was
approximately seventy-five feet in diameter and probably lifted off for the
first time in August 1939, a few weeks before the outbreak of World War II.
- Reference Sightings: UFOs

Mary Magdalene

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In our current timeline - one wonders if Mary Magdalene was the wife of
Jesus - and had a daughter with him named, Sarah - thus perpetuating the
bloodline.
Mary Magdalene
was the most important woman disciple in the movement of Jesus. Tradition
has labeled her a prostitute, but there is nothing in the Bible to support
this view and much to dispute it.
Mary Magdalene, which probably means "Mary of Magdala", a town on the
western shore of the Lake of Tiberias, is described in the New Testament as
a follower of Jesus both in the canon and in the apocrypha. Nothing is
known about her outside of Scripture. Her feast day is July 22.
Mary Magdalene in the canon
For part of her story, Catholics and Protestants agree: She is mentioned in
Luke 8:3 as one of the women who "ministered to Christ of their substance".
Their motive, according to the author of Luke was that of gratitude for
deliverances he had wrought for them: Luke tells that out of Mary were cast
seven demons, in an exorcism. These women accompanied him also on his last
journey to Jerusalem (Matt. 27:55; Mark 15:41; Luke 23:55). They were
witnesses to the Crucifixion.
There Mary
remained until all was over, and the body was taken down and laid in a
tomb prepared for Joseph of Arimathea. Again, in the earliest dawn of the
first day of the week she, with Salome and Mary the mother of James, (Matt.
28:1; Mark 16:2); Peter 12), came to the sepulchre, bringing with them
sweet spices, that they might anoint the body of Jesus. They found the
sepulchre empty but saw the "vision of angels" (Matt 28:5). As the first
witness to the Resurrection, Mary Magdalene hastened to tell Peter and
another - unknown - apostle, (John 20:1, 2), (gaining her the epithet
"apostle to the apostles") and again immediately returned to the sepulchre.
There she lingered thoughtfully, weeping at the door of the tomb. The risen
Lord appeared to her, but at first she knew him not. His utterance of her
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name "Mary" recalled her to consciousness, and she uttered the joyful,
reverent cry, "Rabboni". She would fain have clung to him, but he forbade
her: "17 Jesus said to her, 'Do not cling to
Me, for I have not yet ascended to My Father; but go to My brethren and
say to them, "I am ascending to My Father and your Father, and to My God
and your God."'"
This is the last entry in the canonic New Testament regarding Mary of
Magdala, who now returned to Jerusalem.
The Gospel of Mary
Further attestation of Mary of Magdala and her role among some early
Christians is provided by the apocryphal Gospel of Mary Magdalene. which
survives in two 3rd century Greek fragments and a longer 5th century
translation into Coptic. Tellingly, in the Gospel the testimony of a woman
first needed to be defended. All of these manuscripts were first discovered
and published between 1938 and 1983, but as early as the 3rd century there
are Patristic references to the Gospel of Mary. These writings reveal the
degree to which the gospel was despised and dismissed by the early church
fathers. In the fragmentary text, the disciples ask questions of the risen
Savior (a designation that dates the
original no earlier than the 2nd century) and are answered.
Then they grieve, saying, "How shall we go to the Gentiles and preach the
Gospel of the Kingdom of the Son of Man? If even he was not spared, how
shall we be spared?" And Mary Magdalene bids them take heart: "Let us
rather praise his greatness, for he prepared us and made us into men." She
then delivers - at Peter's request - a vision of the Savior she has had,
and reports her discourse with him, which shows Gnostic influences.
Her vision does not meet with universal approval:
"But Andrew answered and said to the brethren, 'Say what you think
concerning what she said. For I do not believe that the Savior said this.
For certainly these teachings are of other ideas."
"Peter also opposed her in regard to these matters and asked them about the
Savior. "Did he then speak secretly with a woman, in preference to us, and
not openly? Are we to turn back and all listen to her? Did he prefer her to
us?"
Karen King has observed, "The confrontation of Mary with Peter, a scenario
also found in The Gospel of Thomas, Pistis Sophia, and The Gospel of the
Egyptians, reflects some of the tensions in second-century Christianity.
Peter and Andrew represent orthodox positions that deny the validity of
esoteric revelation and reject the authority of women to teach."
Expansion of the Mary Magdalene tradition
Tradition as early as the 3rd century identified as Mary Magdalene the
woman who was a sinner in Luke 7:36-50:"
37 And, behold, a woman in the city, which was a sinner, when she knew that
Jesus sat at meat in the Pharisee's house, brought an alabaster box of
ointment,
38 And stood at his feet behind him weeping, and began to wash his feet
with tears, and did wipe them with the hairs of her head, and kissed his
feet, and anointed them with the ointment."
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Though there is no connection made in the New Testament, nor is the woman
in the house of the
Pharisee given a name, the idea that Mary was "the woman who was a
sinner", or that she was unchaste, was developed by the Patristic writers
of the 3rd and 4th centuries. This idea is rejected by most Protestants.
Catholics, on the other hand, consider this one person to be, not only the
sinner of Luke 7:36-50 but also Mary of Bethany, the sister of Martha and
the resurrected Lazarus (Luke 10:38-42 and John 1:10); although the Roman
Catholic Church withdrew from this linkage at the Second Vatican Council
(1969) it survives strongly in folk Catholicism.
For some Christians, the idea developed by Church fathers, that Mary is
also the woman that Jesus had rescued from being stoned to death (as
recounted in the Pericope Adulterae) still holds true. However those
critical scholars who are drawing conclusions from the canonic texts alone
believe that the woman Jesus rescued and Mary were two separate persons.
Conservative early-19th century theological traditions, vividly realized in
the Mel Gibson movie The Passion of the Christ, portray the prostitute and
Mary as the same person, and Martin Scorsese's earlier film adaptation of
Nikos Kazantzakis's novel The Last Temptation of Christ followed a similar
tradition.
Veneration of Mary Magdalene
As a Roman Catholic saint, Mary Magdalene's relics were venerated at Saint
Maximin la Sainte Baume, Provence, and attracted such throngs of pilgrims
that the great Basilica was erected there from the mid thirteenth century,
one of the finest Gothic churches in the south of France. Though her bones
were scattered at the French Revolution, her head is said to remain in her
shrine in a cave at La Sainte-Baume near Marseille, although another
medieval tradition holds that she died in Ephesus and was buried in
Constantinople.
The Magdalene became a symbol of repentance for the vanities of the world,
and Mary Magdalene was the patron of Magdalene College, Cambridge
(pronounced "maudlin", as in weepy penitents).
Unfortunately her name was also used for the infamous Magdalen Asylums in
Ireland where supposedly fallen women were treated as slaves.
Wife of Jesus?
Some modern writers, notably the authors of the 1982 Holy Blood, Holy
Grail (2003) and Dan Brown in the novel The Da Vinci Code (2003), hold
that:
 Mary Magdalene was in fact the wife of Jesus, and
 that fact was omitted by Pauline Christian revisionists and editors of
the Gospels.
These writers cite non-canonical and Gnostic writings in selective portions
to support their argument. While sources like the Gospel of Philip depict
Mary Magdalene as being closer to Jesus than any other disciple, there is
no ancient document which claims she was his wife. It is thought the
meaning here is Mary Magdalene knew what Jesus was talking about. She
understood him, while the disciples did not.

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An argument for support of this speculation is that bachelorhood was very
rare for Jewish males of Jesus' time,
being generally regarded as a transgression of the first mitzvah (divine
commandment) - "Be fruitful and multiply". It would have been unthinkable
for an adult, unmarried Jew to travel about teaching as a rabbi, as Jesus
certainly did.
A counter-argument to this is that the Judaism of Jesus' time was very
diverse and the role of the rabbi was not yet well defined. Celibate
teachers like John the Baptist were known in the communities of the
Essenes, and Paul of Tarsus was an example of an unmarried itinerant
teacher among the Christians, at a time when most Christians were still
practicing Jews. It was really not until after the Roman destruction of the
Second Temple in A.D. 70 that Rabbinic Judaism became dominant and the role
of the rabbi made uniform in Jewish communities.
Mary Magdalene appears with more frequency than other women in the
canonical Gospels and is shown as being a close follower of Jesus. Mary's
presence at the Crucifixion and Jesus's tomb, while hardly
conclusive, is at least consonant with the role of grieving wife and
widow, although if that were the case Jesus might have been expected to
make provision for her care as well as for his mother Mary. Given the lack
of contemporary documentation, this scenario cannot be proven, and although
some consider the idea desirable to believe, most scholars do not take it
seriously.
Metaphysical marriage
Other reasoning would say that Christ was already married? to the Church?
an image that was developed first by Paul in what became the New Testament
and then later expanded on by the Church fathers. Some writers, following
an early tradition that Jesus is in a mystical sense the second Adam (again
beginning with Paul and continuing with Irenaeus and others), embody this
sense with literal parallels: like the first Adam, his bride was taken from
his side when he had fallen asleep (died on the cross). In medieval
Christian anagogic exegesis, the blood and water which came from his side
when he was pierced, was held to represent the bringing forth of the
Church with its analogy in the water of baptism and the wine of the new
covenant. Thus Christ can be said to already have a wife in the Church; and
so it would not be considered possible or tolerable to believe that he was
otherwise married.
The Urantia Book (1955) maintains that Jesus was not married to Mary or any
other woman. According to its account, he refused an offer of marriage at
age eighteen because he was dedicated to his "Father's business" ("If I am
a son of destiny, I must not assume obligations of lifelong duration until
such a time as my destiny shall be made manifest"), but gained parental
experience by becoming the sole supporter and father-figure to his siblings
after Joseph died.
References and many more links - Wikipedia

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Mary's strength and
concern for the downtrodden is revealed in Mexico, where she is called Our
Lady of Guadalupe. Typically Our Lady of Guadalupe is imaged as a woman
wearing a crown and starry robe standing on a crescent moon held up by a
cherub. The sun glows behind her, suggesting the image of the woman clothed
in the sun from the Book of Revelation.
Her name may derive from the Aztec Nahuatl word coatlaxopeuh (pronounced
quatlasupe) -- the one who crushes the serpent.
According to Roman Catholic tradition, Mary appeared centuries ago (1531)
in Central Mexico to Cuauhtlatoatzin (Juan Diego), an Aztec and a Christian
convert. He reported that a beautiful woman surrounded by light as bright
as the sun appeared to him and requested that a church should be built on
that location. (See a painting of Juan Diego by Jose de Ibarra, 1743.)
Mary revealed
herself, not to a member of the church hierarchy but to one who was poor,
not to a European but to an indigenous person. Roman Catholics of Mexico,
especially those who are among the many living in poverty there, treasure
this powerful image of "Our Lady of Guadalupe." They see her as a champion
of the poor and oppressed, a defender of children, and even a dragon-slayer
(the dragon or "beast" is symbol of the devil).

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Mary is known by a variety of titles in Latin America. The Marian
Library/International Marian Research Institute lists these:
Argentina: Our Lady of Luj 
Bolivia: Our Lady of Copacabana
Brazil: Our Lady "Aparecida" (who appeared)
Chile: Our Lady of Carmel of the Maip?> Columbia: Our Lady of
Chiquinquir ᠼ BR> Costa Rica: Our Lady of the Angels
Cuba: Our Lady of Charity of El Cobre
Dominican Republic: Our Lady of "La Altagracia"
Ecuador: Our Lady of
Quinche
El Salvador: Our Lady of Peace
Guatemala: Our Lady of the Rosary
Honduras: Our Lady of Suyapa
Mexico: Our Lady of Guadalupe Nicaragua: Our Lady of the Immaculate
Conception of El Viejo
Panama: The Immaculate Conception
Paraguay: Our Lady of the Miracles of Caacupü{R> Peru: Our Lady of Mercy
Puerto Rico: Our Lady of Divine Providence
Uruguay: Our Lady of the Thirty Three
Venezuela: Our Lady of Coromoto Honduras: Our Lady of Suyapa
- Jesus and Courageous Women

Some people link Mary to the Holy Grail and the Knights Templar. Secular
books with names such as Holy Blood, Holy Grail and The Woman With the
Alabaster Jar expand on traditions that she committed sexual sins. They
claim that Jesus married her and fathered one or more children. These books
are based on fiction, not fact. below is quoted information from that text.

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In popular Christian

tradition Mary Magdalene is a prostitute who finds redemption by


apprenticing herself to Jesus. And she figures most noticeably in
the Fourth Gospel, where she is the first person to behold Jesus
after the Resurrection. In consequence she is extolled as a
saint, especially in France - where, according to medieval
legends, she is said to have brought the Holy Grail.

The Magdalene is not, at any point in any of the Gospels, said to


be a prostitute. When she is first mentioned in the Gospel of
Luke, she is described as a woman 'out of whom went seven
devils'. It is generally assumed that this phrase refers to a
species of exorcism on Jesus' part, implying the Magdalene was
possessed. But the phrase may equally refer to some sort of
conversion and/or ritual initiation.

The cult of Ishtar or Astarte - the Mother Goddess and 'Queen of


Heaven' - involved, or

example, a seven-stage initiation [the seven veils]. Prior to


her affiliation with Jesus, the Magdalene may well have been
associated with such a cult. Migdal, or Magdala, was the 'Village
of Doves', and there is some evidence that sacrificial doves were
in fact bred there. And the dove was the sacred symbol of
Astarte.

- Baigent, Leigh & Lincoln, The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail

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In some versions of history, Magdalene is viewed as the mother of
the Merovingian Dynasty. Mary Magdalene was the redeemed sinner
who was the first to see Christ after his Resurrection. Through
her redemption from sin and her unique knowledge of the Risen
Christ, she was regarded by the occult initiates of the Middle
Ages as a medium of secret revelation. Those initiates had chosen
the planet Venus as her symbol in the cosmos.

- Henry Lincoln, The Holy Place

Long ago her name was Isis, Queen of the benevolent springs, Come
to me

all you who labour and are heavy laden, and I will give your the
rest.. Others knew her as Magdalene with the celebrated vase full
of healing balm. The initiated know her to be Notre Dame Des
Cross.

- Le Serpent Rouge

Mary Magdalene had her surname of Magdala, a castle, and was born
of right noble lineage and parents, which were descended of the
lineage of kings. And her father was named Cyrus, and her mother
Eucharis. She with her brother Lazarus, and her sister Martha,
possessed the castle of Magdalo, which is two miles from
Nazareth, and Bethany, the castle which is nigh to Jerusalem, and
also a great part of Jerusalem, which, all these things they
departed among them.

- Legenda Aurea (published in Genoa in 1275)

She was also high priestess of the Temple of Ishtar at Magdala,


and as such she would have been the keeper of the doves. She is
linked with Benjamite, the tribe which was ostracized because
they were of

the line of Cain. So too was Hiram Abiff, architect of the


Temple of Solomon.

- David Wood, Genesis

The idea that Mary [Jesus' mother] had been an adultress never
completely disappeared in Christian mythology. Instead, the
character of Mary was split into two: Mary the mother of Jesus,
believed to be a virgin, and Mary Magdalene, believed to be a
woman of ill repute.

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