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Mary Magdalene as Goddess


Mary Magdalene as Goddess

This is a Space for the discussion of Mary Magdalene as Goddess as well as other related Goddesses.

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"I am Dark, yet Lovely..."

I am the first and the last.
I am the honored one and the scorned one.
I am the whore and the holy one.
I am the wife and the virgin.
I am the mother and the daughter. . . .
I am she whose wedding is great,
And I have not taken a husband. . . .
I am shameless;
I am ashamed. . . .
I am godless,
And I am one whose God is great.

Thunder, Perfect Mind

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Attacking Christian Wiccans

Started by BlackRaven. Last reply by Greenwood the Bard Feb 14, 2011. 16 Replies

MM, Everyone,I just wanted to post this and get people's views on this. Why in the world are people attacking Christian Wiccans? I love the path and the people. So what's the big deal. Let me know,…Continue

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Comment by Cinnamon Saint on July 14, 2011 at 10:03am
My name is Cinnamon.  I have been practicing wicca in one form or another for over 20
years. I currently live in Missouri with my hubby, kids and dogs.  I have a lovely
house out in the country, surrounded by trees.   I am very firmly
in the broom closet at the present time, its a "don't ask, don't tell thing", makes my life
a whole lot easier.
I have worked as a solitary (which I am now) as well as covens and groups.  My matron
Goddess is Inanna and I just started working with Freya.  I don't follow on particular
path, I incorporate different traditions into my work.  I have been in a traditional working
coven, a activist coven and a new age circle.  I have been "round the block" so to speak.
Comment by tyrone smith on February 22, 2011 at 3:08pm
has anyone read the women with the alabaster jar?
Comment by Helen on January 19, 2011 at 6:42pm
Thank you
Comment by Helen on January 19, 2011 at 10:46am
I will try an order it, thank you
Comment by Helen on January 19, 2011 at 8:15am
I just started reading The Gospel of Mary of Magdala, did anyone read it?
Comment by Comte D'Anjou on November 23, 2010 at 11:14am
A professional priestess as Mary was would have definitely been priestess to Isis when she lived in Alexandria for 12 years. Isis was so huge in Rome! So damn huge! Officially in Judaica she was the official priestess of Dan and Benjamin, they had them then still to aid the women no doubt. Now the others Astarte, Ishtar? It comes from the notion that Mary was a fallen woman - 7 times and this suggests one of these goddesses had seven levels of initiation - oila or oy vey.
Comment by Comte D'Anjou on November 23, 2010 at 10:13am
The actual paternal Lineage of Mary Magdelene goes as this from The Gospel of Mary (intact version available in Villa At Barcelona Spain where Imperial and Royal Order of the Dragon Court is housed:

Mary of Magdala (a word meaning tower), Priestess of Dan (openly and officially), Priestess of Astarte, and later in Egypt of Isis. Miriyam (her real name) was also known as Rose. From 591 - 1969 Mary was made into a demoniac and a prostitute - the propaganda worked.

Mary was born in the year 3 c. e. and died in the year 63 c. e. After the "crucifiction" of 44 c. e. she and her companions fled to Alexandria, Egypt, and had her baby there. At the church of Saint Sulpice in Paris there is a obelisk that announces a child was born in Egypt in year 44 c. e. and who that child was.

There were five total but we will not discuss them we are going in the other direction. BTW Since we have access to these genealogies of Mary Magdelene which are not exactly orthodox but match better than her husbands do - we know we are looking at the Central Archives of the Knights Templars thought to have disappeared in 1307.

Mary's father was: Priest Matthew SYRO (Joachim) Jarius Priest no dates. He was son of:

Menachem SYRO the Essene, son of:

Judas of Gamla, son of:

Hezikiah, son of:

Prince-Priest John Hyrcanus I. of Jerusalem, d. 140 b. c. e., son of:

Simon MACCABEUS (These were the Maccabees who were royals who battled the Greeks and reestablished the Temple - the story of Hanukkah comes from them, the pure oil lasted for eight nights only).Son of :

Priest Matthias of Modin, son of:

Jonothan, son of:

Simon, son of:

Asmonaeus HASMON the Aaronite, descent from Hasmonean and Maccabean Dynasties of Judaic Royalty.

End: Miriyam of Magdala
Comment by crazyfrogg on November 11, 2010 at 9:22pm
That poetry is good. Its very good. Want to say hello....;)Apologies for my over use of smileys. I love them.
Comment by Comte D'Anjou on November 11, 2010 at 1:22am
Brightest Blessings:

Thank you, Thank you Fawn for creating this group. I am humbled and honoured to be here.

In Service
Comtes Geoffrey septime Comtes D'Anjou
Comment by BlackRaven on November 3, 2010 at 6:49pm
Isis is sometimes connected to Mary, Jesus mother, and a number of other deities. I know that Athena's title, one of them, is Sophia. So it's interesting to see how interconnected things are.

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