posted on Sep, 18 2012 @ 10:27 PM
I don't think Mary Magdalene was a woman at all, I believe "she" was John the Baptist and John and Jesus were lovers.
Jesus had an apostle named John who he kissed regularly, this apostle was John the Baptist in my opinion. The writer of the book John and Revelations
was also John the Baptist. I think the reason they almost entirely removed him from the story was because he was gay.
I'd even go as far as to say that "Jesus" was actually John, the Romans just switched his name out with Jesus. Both Jesus and John both had
miraculous births around the same time and both escaped Herod from the same city while he was searching for Jesus. Coincidence? I don't think so.
The reason there is no historical evidence for Jesus until 100 years after he died is because Jesus never lived, it was John the Baptist who lived.
Same story, different name.
Why is John pointing at himself and the sky? Because he is the real Jesus. Why does he have feminine qualities? Because he was gay.
He also has almost the same smirk on his face as the Mona Lisa, almost like he knows something no one else knows about.
The Mona Lisa is speculated as being a self-portrait of Da Vinci and Da Vinci is speculated as being gay himself. Is his self-portrait as a woman with
the same kind of smile as John the Baptist a hint to Johns sexuality? Maybe.
It may be a little out there but I like the speculation.