Julie De Vere Hunt


Julie de Vere Hunt graduated with a BSc Hons in Psychology, specializing in neuropsychology, starting her life long interest in the study of the mind and consciousness. After a business career in London, she married and moved to Oxfordshire to raise their three children. After years of practising bio-energetic meditation under the tutorage of Ratu Bagus in Europe and Bali, a series of synchronistic events led her to hearing an inner female voice. This evolved into ‘Apostle to Mary Magdalene’, which was published in September 2018. In the course of her research she discovered the gnostic gospels, or more specifically, the Nag Hammadi Library, a collection of ancient papyri unearthed in the Egyptian desert in 1945. This resulted in the writing of ‘Mary Magdalene’s Legacy’, published in June 2019. She describes reading the gnostic gospels as an experience akin to disappearing down the rabbit hole in ‘Alice in Wonderland’ and has become passionate about their hidden meanings and Universal Truths. She is currently working on a third book, about the male heirs to the Magdalene line, to bring the Divine Masculine alongside the Divine Feminine. This will be published in 2020..

Author's books

Mary Magdalene’s Legacy


A highly controversial account of what happened to Mary Magdalene after the Crucifixion of Jesus – the claims in this book will send shock waves through the Catholic Church and beyond.