Magdalene and John
- So, so, I've had some thoughts today and they are that
we can see that when Christ appears to Lazarus at the
'tomb' when being raised from the 'dead' we can also
know that the same in the story of the 'tomb' where
Christ is risen. I've just seen a painting where it
actually looks like Christ is pointing the the 'third'
eye area of the Magdalene, as if he is anointing her.
The other thought comes from a friend's upcoming trip
to France. She has been given some notes on what to
read and so forth including some preliminary thoughts
on the Goddess. So, one of them was that there were
two anointing of Christ: one by John the Baptist, and
one by Mary Magdalene. And of course we know this to
be true. So, again, we can find various signs to show
what happens to him also happens to her. Also one of
the thoughts is that the Magdalene stands for
'transformation' which we also know that Lazarus/John
stands for. I can tell you that my spirit name that
came to me has the exact same meaning, although it is
a french word I think, and it is a sign to me that
this is really where the Magdalene stands within the
Goddess Triad: transformation/future. My friend also
remarked that these people who are supporting this
trip to France have found also that the word
'prostitute' had a very different meaning back then
and it is directly in line with what I had been
finding in regards to holy, but not only that also
'spirit guide'. And also that the notes share the
thought on the boat that had no oars had the three
Marys in it, and I would have to remind everyone, also
Lazarus. And that where they landed was a land that is
in the shape of a triangle. Anyhow, hopefully she will
be able to send me the notes and I can send them
forward to you all. Emil Bock is also mentioned in
these notes and it is duly recognized that the
Magdalene was indeed the representative of this Sophia
to all groups.
And, well, I just bought the U.S. News and World
Report Special Collectors Edition: Women of the Bible
* Provocative New Insights.
Problem is, well, not really a problem so much as a
point of view: materialistic. Each time they go to
interpret the stories of these amazing women we find
time old ignorance like - oh she married up for money
and so forth. But if we trust our angels are guiding
us to whatever material will help us in our search
then we can know that within are great treasures our
mind has been prepared for in a way.
What I am finding interesting is the idea of the two
brothers as well as the two sisters. I mean throughout
these bibles we are confronted with the story of two
sisters and two brothers. And I am beginning to get a
better picture of the impulse, or at least what this
story is trying to really tell.
And a really interesting story that is never looked at
is the idea that Zipporah, wife of Moses, stands up to
God for her husbands life and says after circumcising
her son: 'Surely a bridegroom of blood art thou to
me.' Now isn't that interesting?
p.s. and unfortunately as we are dealing with a
materialistic interpretations it has been noted that
possibly the Magdalene and Martha are lovers. whew. d
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"holderlin66" <holderlin66@h...> wrote:
>I've heard this on the radio so it's been recorded by a
> Calling All Angels
> by Jane Silberry
mainstream artist-I want to say K.D. Lang but I'm not sure. It
starts off with:
Santa Maria, Santa Teresa, Santa Anna, Santa Susannah
Santa Cecilia, Santa Copelia, Santa Dominica, Mary Angelica
Frater Achad, Frater Pietro, Julianus, Petronella
Santa, Santos, Miroslaw, Vladimir
and all the rest ...
And ends with:
Calling all angels,
Calling all angels
Because we're not sure how this goes.