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Why is Mary Magdalene an Ambassador to the Divine Feminine?

The Divine Feminine is an energy that has been with us since ancient times. Human consciousness is basically divided into the ‘masculine’ and the ‘feminine’ sides – we need both to achieve our highest potential. The Feminine represents the connection to the part of our consciousness responsible for nurture, intuition and empathy, irrespective of gender. […]

The Akhenaten Mystery School

Akhenaten was the first pharaoh of Egypt and ruled for just 17 seventeen years from 1351-1344 BC. Before Akhenaten there were only kings, not pharaohs. Pharaoh means ‘that which you shall become’. Akhenaten’s main aim was to break up all the occult religions and bring the Egyptian people back to a single religion where they […]

The Egyptian Mystery Schools

The Eye of Horus Mystery Schools were named after Horus, son of Isis and Osiris. Set, brother of Isis and murderer of Osiris, was Horus’ rival. Horus was often depicted as a man with a falcon head. Since Horus was said to be the Sky, he was considered to be also the Sun and Moon. […]

THE GOSPEL OF MARY OF MAGDALA

The Nag Hammadi library is a daunting read of over 800 pages and I am often asked “Where is the best place to start reading the gnostic gospels?”  My answer is to start with the Gospel of Mary – it is short but more significantly, the only gospel signed by a woman – Mary Magdalene. […]

‘Power vs Force’ by Dr David R Hawkins.

After many years of study, Dr Hawkins found that kinesiology, the study of muscle testing, revealed an amazing discovery. It provided a ‘wormhole’ between two universes – the physical world and the world of mind and spirit. It was an interface between dimensions. As a psychiatrist and spiritual seeker, he was particularly interested in the […]

How do you know what Mary Magdalene looked like?

Well I don’t – no one does! All we have to go on is art, which was heavily influenced by cultural context and what was fashionable at the time.. Only Mother Mary has been depicted more in art than Mary Magdalene over the last two millennia.   The covers of ‘Apostle to Mary Magdalene’ and […]