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Mary Magdalene - she’s the missing part of the puzzle.

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posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 04:28 PM



As for the other things you wrote I have no idea where you got them from (besides the fiction of Dan Brown) however they are extreme speculation.

She told me.

I hope she told you she wasn't a worthless whore or had demons in her head.... because if she didn't clarify that...that ain't Mary M.
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posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 08:24 PM
People seriously need to stop commenting on my REPLIES to other posters as they are SPECIFIC and reference things, they aren't GENERALISATIONS.

This instance, I was telling the thread poster about a similar thread, worth a read.

Then, I mentioned the divine feminine principle, which wasn't in direct reference to MM nor to the bible, as that was a major modus operandi in the suppression and denial of the DFP (which is omnipotent, omnipresent, of the Universe and PREDATES any known religion).


There was a productive thread on MM within the last year I think, lots of good insights and references to MM being a goddess principle continuation after Isis etc, a worthy thread topic.

The divine feminine principle is essential to the spiritual enlightenment of humanity.

Not to be contrary but MM is a powerful symbol, if you like to use the word, of redemption. She is also the spiritual symbol of fallen Israel, Eve ect, but it takes a bit more scripture study and understand to grasp this than you will find most of the time around here.

The idea of MM as divine feminine? The goddess principle? Even at that we find MM in a fallen and miserable condition......the failure of the divines feminine and goddess principle to save itself. Trying to erect her now as restored divine feminine is akin to erecting the image of the Queen of Heaven in the Temple yard....see Jeremiah. Jesus did not come to restore Satans work that started with the fall of woman in the garden, her temporary "like the gods" status, but to restore MM to His first work and purpose for woman....and men.

posted on Mar, 26 2014 @ 12:48 AM
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Thank you, I looked through it. It's what I thought it would be.

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