Tag Archives: Mary Magdalene

Letting the Light In through the Cracks

The Wisdom of a Broken Heart (2021) There’s a new book in town! (Well, actually on the internet, since I downloaded the Kindle version from Amazon.ca.) I’ve read chapter one, so far, today, and it seems to be dictated by … Continue reading

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Is This “Proof” of Mary Magdalene Reincarnating. or What?

Helen Cohn Schucman (July 14, 1909 – February 9, 1981) As you may know, I have read A Course in Miracles thoroughly. I have even read the only biography of Dr Schucman‘s life. And, so, I think I have a … Continue reading

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Code Name: Madeleine

Noor Inayat-Khan (January 1, 1914 – November 13, 1944) Here is a spy of a different kind. She features in Lars Muhl’s book as a Jeanne d’Arc character in a long line of Mary Magdalene women. Here’s the passage: ‘As … Continue reading

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Upon This Rock

Matthew 16:18 There is a website that thinks it has solved the question of the Grail Stone. It is the equation known as phi. We have looked at this before, you and I, and we saw it as the building … Continue reading

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Now, That’s What I Call a Completely Different Take on the Pieta

If I were a betting man, I would say that this translation by Jessie Lemont of Rainer Maria Rilke’s poem “Pieta” was inspired by The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown. Normally, all references to Michelangelo’s statue would be that … Continue reading

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What’s in a Number: 153?

Fishers of Men? Reading through David Wilcock’s Awakening in the Dream today, I was surprised to find that the number 153 is significant to the dimensions of the Great Pyramid of Giza. Well, let’s be clear, I’m not really surprised, … Continue reading

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The Da Vinci Code

The Movie Ron Howard’s depiction of Dan Brown’s book was an eye-opener for the viewing public, in much the same way the book was for readers. The idea that there might be a Sang Real (royal bloodline) from the union … Continue reading

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State of the Union: Two Roman Memories

I Remember Union: The Story of Mary Magdalena From the Preface: “I REMEMBER UNION is the story of Mary Magdalena, an endearing woman who remembers her oneness with spirit and with all things. This memory guides her to the vision … Continue reading

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