What Is The Significance of Magdalene’s Marriage?

Jun 15, 2020 | bible, Christ, Mary Magdalene

The Goddess returning to sit at the side of Her Lord, marks the restoration of spiritual balance, and this begins with the return of the exiled Bride, for it was through her that all femininity was cast aside.

As I went on this incredible journey to better understand the story of Christ, I began looking at his marriage in an entirely different way. Why is it important for us to rediscover Jesu’s marriage to the Magdalene? What is the significance of this for us today, if any?

Here are some of my thoughts on the importance of this rediscovery becoming widely known and accepted:

Firstly, let’s set the stage. The people who lived with and followed Jesu, knew about his marriage to Mary Magdalene. It wasn’t something that was hidden. Only 300 years later did it become taboo to mention the wife of Christ. In the ancient Gnostic gospels and so-called heretical texts which have resurfaced after almost 2,000 years of being hidden, there were many clues left wherein the Magdalene is clearly not the harlot, but a revered teacher and Saint.

Within the Gospel of Phillip, which is one of many books which were removed from the Bible by the early churchit is written that “the Master kissed Mary Magdalene often on the mouth, in public”. In previous newsletters and Facebook posts, I gave many evidential reasons for my belief that Jesu and Mary were married, so there is no need for me to go into them again here today. But how does the resurfacing of this information affect us today, let us examine?

An ancient Judaic prophecy predicted that once the exiled Bride of Israel (Magdalene) is returned to the wounded Fisher King’s side (Christ), all wars will end and people will live peacefully together on earth once more. Mary Magdalene, and the Divine Feminine with her, were exiled 1,750 yrs ago from religion entirely. I believe that by her rightful return to her husband’s side, we also return the Divine Feminine back from Her very long exile. With this ‘remembering’, we have the opportunity to return balance to unbalanced religious thought and worship.

The Goddess returning to sit at the side of Her Lord, marks the restoration of spiritual balance, and this begins with the return of the exiled Bride, for it was through her that all femininity was cast aside.

The removal of the Goddess from the forefront of religion began with the Magdalene. There is limitless evidence for this. By saying that Christ was unmarried – though there is absolutely no evidence for this anywhere – a ‘new faith’ with only men at its helm, was created. Men were told to remain celibate, saying “this is how the Master lived”… meanwhile ALL of the apostles of Christ were in fact married – something most people do not realize. The only unmarried one was Paul, who was rumored to have been gay, preferring the company of men.

By forcing men to renounce their families in favor of the new church,  the budding institution of Catholicsm was able to claim the lands and wealth of their recruits – because they would have no heirs. It was a well manipulated move to amass enormous wealth in the shortest period of time. Hence the Vatican was born with all its pomp, splendor, and power.

For God without His Female Counterpart, is only half of the Truth. 

During the time of Mother Mary, and Mary Magdalene, when a woman attained the spiritual station of being a “Mary” they would wear red. This color marked their station in life, and all would respect and revere the “woman in red”. What I found so fascinating as I went about my research for my book Woman in Red – Magdalene Speaks, was that the church demoted Mother Mary, by putting her in a blue dress. More so, the Magdalene’s red dress became synonymous with that of a ‘fallen woman’, a prostitute. Certainly while I was growing up, wearing red was considered slutty, and doing so would give one a  “whorish” reputation in society. Meanwhile the church took the color red and gave that power to the Cardinals, who still today wear red. Meanwhile Mother Mary is still depicted wearing blue. The male dominated church stole religious power from women, and Mary Magdalene was the scapegoat.

These are some of the reasons why I felt so compelled to research and write my book Woman in Red – Magdalene Speaks. These wrongs need to be made right… else we shall continue to live in the shadow of true spiritual understanding. For God without His Female Counterpart, is only half of the Truth. 

Krishna Rose

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