The Nag Hammadi Library

In December 1945, three Arab peasants made an astonishing archaeological discovery in Upper Egypt. Muhammad Ali and his two brothers were riding their camels to the Jabal al-Tarif in order to gather sabakh, a soft soil used to fertilize their crops. They unexpectedly hit a red earthenware jar, almost a metre high. Muhammad hesitated to break the jar, fearing the jar might contain a jinn, or a spirit, but he recalled stories of buried treasures, and his love of gold overcame his fear of jinn. He smashed the jar with his mattock, but when he peered excitedly inside all he could see was a collection of old books – thirteen papyrus books bound in leather.      These would become known as the codices of the Nag Hammadi Library, a collection of early Christian and Gnostic texts.    

So why were these texts buried? The Nag Hammadi texts, and others like them, were denounced as heresy by orthodox Christians in the middle of the second century. Possession of such books was made a criminal offence and copies of such books were burned and destroyed. It is thought the Nag Hammadi texts were buried by monks from a nearby monastery in the 4th century.

These diverse texts range from secret gospels, poems and descriptions of the origin of the universe, to myths, magic and instructions for mystical practice. 

I stumbled across these gnostic texts whilst writing Apostle to Mary Magdalene and felt inspired to write two books, Mary Magdalene’s Legacy and Mary Magdalene’s Final Legacy. I can recommend Marvin Meyer’s book or they are available to read for free on

CODEX I (also known as the Jung Codex) 

The Prayer of the Apostle Paul 

The Secret Book of James

The Gospel of Truth

The Treatise on the Resurrection     

The Tripartite Tractate


The Secret Book of John

The Gospel of Thomas   

The Gospel of Philip           

The Hypostasis of the Archons 

On the Origin of the World 

The Exegesis of the Soul  

The Book of Thomas the Contender


The Secret Book of John      

Holy Book of the Great Invisible Spirit (The Gospel of the Egyptians)

Eugnostos the Blessed     

The Sophia of Jesus Christ     

The Dialogue of the Saviour


The Secret Book of John  

Holy Book of the Great Invisible Spirit (The Gospel of the Egyptians)


Eugnostos the Blessed

The Revelation of Paul 

The First Revelation  of James    

The Second Revelation of James

The Gospel of Judas


The Acts of Peter and the Twelve Apostles  

The Thunder, Perfect Mind

Authoritative Teaching   

The Concept of our Great Power  

Republic Plato (heavily modified with gnostic concepts)    

The Discourse on the Eighth and Ninth – a Hermetic treatise

The Prayer of Thanksgiving – a Hermetic prayer            

Asclepius 21-29 – another Hermetic treatise


The Paraphrase of Shem 

The Second Treatise of the Great Seth 

Gnostic Apocalypse of Peter  

The Teachings of Silvanus    

The Three Steles of Seth



The Letter of Peter to Philip



The Thought of Norea        

The Testimony of Truth




The Interpretation of Knowledge

An Exposition  



The Sentences of Sextus 

The Gospel of Truth    



Trimorphic Protennoia     

On the Origin of the World

Although the gnostic gospels are assigned to the apostles, scholars are unable to agree on who actually wrote them.

In Mary Magdalene’s Legacy, I reveal that Mary Magdalene wrote Codices II, III and IV. Mary Magdalene also wrote the Gospel of Mary.

Her daughter Sarah wrote Codices I and V.

In Mary Magdalene’s Final Legacy, Codices VI – XIII were written by Sarah’s three children, Mary, Anne and Judas.

This information came to me from my cellular memory and has been independently verified by a kinesiologist.

The Nag Hammadi Library extends to a mighty 800 pages and I am often asked which gospel one should read first. I always say the Gospel of Mary (see blog dated 22 October 2019), as it is short, but more importantly, written by Mary Magdalene.

I would like to share the highlighted tractates with you on my blog as reading the texts will communicate with your soul and change you on a cellular level – this has been my experience anyway! Their power and beauty is unbelievable.

I have already discussed the Secret Book of John (see blog dated 22 March 2021) so my next blog will be on the Gospel of Thomas.

#jesus #divinefeminine #sophia #marymagdalene #gnostic #naghammadi

The Flower Of Life

…and our Holographic Universe.

The ancient Flower of Life image is found on temple walls all over the world. In Egypt, it is found inside the Temple of Osiris and under the Great Pyramid.

The Flower of Life belongs to sacred geometry which believes that all life is part of a divine, geometric plan. From the invisible atom to stars in our galaxy. 

The Flower of Life is the primal language of the universe, pure shape and proportion. It reveals the harmonic energy patterns by which nature creates and designs. These geometric codes show parallels between patterns in flowers, snowflakes, shells and even the stars in our galaxy.

 Looking at the symbol has an emotional effect on the observer, whether they are conscious of it or not. It communicates with our soul.

It is called a flower because it represents the cycle of a fruit tree. The fruit tree makes a flower, which turns into a fruit; the fruit contains a seed, which falls to the ground, then grows into another fruit tree. Just 5 miraculous steps represent the cycle of life. 

In the middle of the Flower of Life are seven interconnected circles which if you take them out and draw a circle around them, would create an image called the Seed of Life.

Another image in this pattern is the Tree of Life:-

They fit perfectly together, one directly over the other.

“As above, so below. As within, so without. As with the universe, so with the soul.”

This is a quote from the Emerald Tablet of Hermes Trismegistus. No one from the modern world has seen this brilliant green, crystalline stone covered with Phoenician text, but some believe it holds the secrets to the universe.                       

Our cells consist of molecules. Molecules consist of atoms. Atoms consist of electrons in constant motion around a nucleus.      This is similar to our understanding of our universe, with planets revolving around the sun.

In the Secret Book of John, the seven archons are linked with the seven planets: Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, Venus, Sun, Mercury and Moon. These planets have influence on our personality – of course we know the study of this is astrology.

It appears that the ancient texts, including the Secret Book of John, described not only the nature of our creator, but the flow of reality from eternity/spirit to nature and back in parable. 

So, the myth of Sophia has challenged quantum scientists to look at the universe differently.  Sophia is considered to be a frequency which manifests into certain humans and the material realm.                                                                                                                                                In other words, Sophia is the flow of reality from eternity into nature and back. 

The pleroma is linked to another frequency. 

The manifestation of Sophia may be representative of fractal energy – fractal energy fills the gaps between the symmetries of the very large and the very small.

Fractal energy has a very deep relationship with the golden mean ratio (GMR).   GMR establishes that ‘the small is to the large as the large is to the whole.’                                            Or, as above so below..                                                                                                                                                  This ratio has been venerated by every culture on the planet. We can find it in art, music composition, in our DNA and elsewhere in Nature hidden behind the Fibonacci sequence.

Science has proven that the presence of an observer in an experiment can change the outcome. This leads one to the conclusion that consciousness is all there is in the universe. Everything else is an illusion. In the words of Albert Einstein,                                                    “Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.”

Furthermore, the universe is a type of hologram.  The principle of the hologram is that each part contains within it the information that codes for the whole – all information exists non-locally. Everything is connected.

Swiss physicist Nassim Haramein published a paper in 2013 on ‘Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass’. He predicted the radius and mass of a proton and the information of all protons in the universe was represented in one single proton. In other words, a hologram. Furthermore, the hologram tiling was an ‘edge to edge tetrahedral array.’ The tetrahedron is derived from the Flower of Life symbol!

Haramein believes that ancient civilizations had contact with advanced civilizations – advanced physics on gravity and space time which we are only beginning to understand now. The answers are inside all of us within the holographic grid/ information network. Masters were highly connected with themselves and nature. They found a path to that information by connecting to the whole structure.                                                                    Everyone could do this.     

After I wrote this blog my evening meditation was surreal. It was beyond words. I became part of the whole universe- there was no separation. We can travel everywhere without going anywhere – the sky is not the limit!     It is just about awareness, going inside and tuning into the holographic connection with everything.                                                                       As Ratu Bagus would say, what are you waiting for?

#floweroflife #holographicuniverse #sophia

The Secret Book Of John

The Revelation of the Mysteries Hidden in Silence

As described in the Introduction of ‘Mary Magdalene’s Legacy’, in December 1945, three Egyptian peasants accidentally dug up an earthenware jar containing 13 ancient papyrus books. The peasants were bitterly disappointed, hoping they had found gold or treasure; well they had, just a different kind of treasure.

These books became known as the Nag Hammadi Library, a collection of early Gnostic texts. The 13 books, or codices, contain 52 tractates. The Secret Book of John is the only text to appear in three copies and therefore considered to be the most important (no other text appears more than twice).

No one knows who wrote The Secret Book of John, or where it was written, but as all four copies were found in Egypt, it is reasonable to assume it was penned in Egypt.  I have my own theory as to who wrote it..

The Secret Book of John tells the story of the devolution of God from perfect Oneness to imprisonment into the material world. 

The subtitle, The Revelation of the Mysteries Hidden in Silence, refers to there being no words to describe the nature of God – he is completely ineffable – too great to be expressed in words.

The opening words are:-

“The teaching of the saviour, and the revelation of the mysteries and the things hidden in silence, even these things which he taught John, his disciple.” 

It starts with a narrative between John, son of Zebedee, and the ascended Jesus.    It then moves into mythical form, describing the full development of the mind of God – the pleroma or ‘fullness’. One aspect of God’s mind, wisdom – Sophia – seeks to express herself within the playing fields of creation in the form of humanity.     Sophia’s individual effort has disastrous results. Sophia creates an image which is not the full mind at all, but a monster named Yaldabaoth (Demiurge).

The fallout from this cosmic error occupies the rest of The Secret Book of John. Yaldabaoth creates a world based on his inadequate corrupted knowledge of the higher realms of God’s mind; earth and all living beings on it. This is an artificial world, a bad imitation of the real world. Yaldabaoth is a false God, who gnostics compare to the judgemental God of the Old Testament. Yaldabaoth also creates seven archons or rulers, demons who dominate this artificial world and imprison humanity in the material world.

To return Wisdom’s stolen power to God, a plan comes down from the pleroma. Yaldabaoth will be deceived so that he blows his power into a creature who will in turn restore that power to the higher realms. The divine realms are clearly revealed to Yaldabaoth and his demons, and they create a being based on that revelation. That being is Adam; he gains life and mobility only after Yaldabaoth’s power is blown into him.

The higher realms of God send down mental power symbolized as Eve to assist  Adam; as this is a myth they are both symbolic beings and not real people. Yaldabaoth and his demons scheme to imprison Adam and Eve in the material world, but the higher realms send down revelation to assist them.

The book concludes with a three-part hymn wherein revelation, called Providence, comes into the world to release us from bondage, for we are all Adam and Eve.                                    We are a living mythology..

Once again, as it is in mythological form, Providence is depicted as a person. In effect, Providence is the self-knowledge or gnosis that leads people to freedom from this material world. Possibly the most important sentence in the book is:-

“She taught Adam about the way he could ascend, which is the way he had descended.”   

The ending is optimistic; we remain forgetful of our true nature, but the Holy Spirit will eventually descend to everyone in this life or in a life to come.   We will all be eventually restored to the pleroma, the whole and united mind of God from where we originated long ago.

Personally, when I first read The Secret Book of John three years ago, I struggled with understanding it. But a myth is more than a story, it is a statement made in symbols. A symbol speaks to the soul, even when the mind does not understand. When a symbol touches the soul, there is a change, whether you are conscious of it or not.  

I recently returned to The Secret Book of John and my experience this time has been quite different. Layers of cynicism and resistance have fallen away, as I have come to appreciate the beauty and versatility of a myth to convey concepts way beyond language.                         My heart and soul never lie and they tell me this is the Truth.

In Mary Magdalene’s Legacy, I reveal that Mary Magdalene wrote codices II, III & IV whilst she was at the Lake Mareotis community she established in 33.

The Secret Book of John was her first transmission from Jesus – she assigned it to the apostle John as she knew no one would listen to anything a woman wrote!

If this appears all ‘pie in the sky’ to you please bear with me..

In my next blog, I will discuss how relevant this text is today and how these ancient texts contain advanced physics we are only just starting to understand. 900

#creation #gnostictexts #gnosticism #marymagdalene #sophia

The Gnostic View of Creation

Gnosis is a Greek word which means ‘insight’, an intuitive process of knowing oneself. And to know oneself, is to know human nature and human destiny.

All religious traditions acknowledge the world is imperfect. Few are able to account for all the pain and suffering that exists in our world.

Gnostics believe the world is flawed because it was created in a flawed manner. Gnostics believe there is a true, ultimate and transcendent God, who is beyond all created universes and never created anything. The basic gnostic myth refers to Aeons, intermediate deific beings who exist between the ultimate true God and ourselves. The Aeons and the true God comprise the realm of Pleroma (Fullness), the totality of divine powers.

Sophia (Wisdom) is one of the aeons who, from her own volition, emanated a flawed consciousness called the Demiurge. The Demiurge then created Earth and all living things which are also flawed.   In effect, humanity is the product of a cosmic error!


The Demiurge was also the creator of the Archons or rulers to keep humanity in order.


Human nature mirrors the duality found in the world; consisting of a perishable physical component made by the false God, the Demiurge, and a fragment of the divine essence from the true God, referred to as the divine spark, or the I AM.                                                        The gnostic’s mission is to liberate that divine spark.

Human beings are often unaware of this divine spark within them. The Demiurge and his Archons are intent upon keeping men and women ignorant of their true nature and destiny. All our earthly attachments keep us enslaved to these lower cosmic rulers. Death releases the divine spark, but unless the individual has attained gnosis prior to death, they will reincarnate back into the physical world. 

Fortunately, Messengers of Light, or Avatars, have been sent from the true God to assist us in our quest for gnosis. Jesus is considered the main saviour figure by gnostics. 

In the gnostic texts Jesus speaks of illusion and enlightenment, not of sin and repentance. Instead of redeeming us from our sins, he comes as a guide to aid our spiritual understanding. When the individual attains enlightenment, Jesus is no longer their spiritual master – they become equal.

Gnosticism encourages us to become a ‘being in the world, but not of it’, a lack of egotism, and a respect for the freedom and dignity of all other beings.

In the fullness of time, with conscious effort, every spiritual being will be reunited with its higher self and be able to enter the Pleroma.

Most gnostic texts are written in mythical form to convey a deeper, underlying meaning. A myth is not only a story, it is a statement made in symbols. The language of the unconscious is symbolic. A symbol speaks directly to the soul, even when the mind does not understand. When a symbol touches the soul there is a change. Every myth takes its origin in inspiration, from the Latin inspirare, a message from the spirit, the breath of life. The spirit speaks from the cosmos, and gives us answers to the unanswered. Meeting this spirit fulfils a destiny way beyond our material world and these texts are trying to show us the way.

The gnostics believe Jesus only imparted advance teachings to the spiritual elite while withholding them from the uninitiated.

In the Gospel of Thomas Jesus said,     “I disclose my mysteries to those who are worthy of my mysteries.” 

In my next blog, I will be discussing The Secret Book of John, considered to be the most important and valued gnostic text from the Nag Hammadi Library.

#creation #gnostictexts #gnosticism #Jesus #spiritualawakening

Akhenaten And The Essenes

Akhenaten’s consciousness was very high and he aimed to teach immortality in his mystery school– during his reign he achieved this with 300 of his followers – almost all women. 

When you become immortal, your memory remains intact and you are conscious from them on. It means you stay in the body as long as you want (unless you are murdered) – when you want to leave, you leave. This is the Egyptian definition of eternal life – continuous unbroken memory.

How did Akhenaten do this? Well, nothing was written down in the mystery schools for fear of misuse and harm to the uninitiated.

According to the Bible, there were two trees in the Garden of Eden – the Tree of Knowledge and the Tree of Life. The Tree of Life is associated with immortality. After Adam and Eve eat from the Tree of Knowledge, they are driven out before they eat from the Tree of Life:-

The Lord God said,The man has now become like one of us, knowing good and evil. He must not be allowed to eat from the tree of life and live for ever.’” Genesis 3:22

Botanist and pharmacologist  Dennis McKenna has identified Acacia Nilotica, found in Egypt, as a possible Tree of Life. Its bark contains large quantities of DMT, the most powerful hallucogen known to man. DMT is also a natural brain hormone made in the pineal gland, associated with spiritual transcendence. A potential route to immortality?

Acacia Nilotica

Akhenaten became very unpopular with the authorities as he had dispensed with both the priesthood and the military (he was a pacifist and refused to go to war) so they murdered him.  The authorities were so fearful of Akhenaten they removed all evidence of his existence. Fortunately, in the last century, archaeologists have unearthed remains and pieced his life together.   

Akhenaten foresaw his own fate and knew his life would become encoded in the akashic records for eternity. His legacy was the 300 students who had achieved spiritual immortality.  

These 300 students later migrated to Masada, Israel and formed the Essene Brotherhood. The 300 became the ‘inner circle’ and others who joined later became the ‘outer circle’. 

Mary mother of Yeshua, was one of the 300, and Joseph was part of the outer circle. 

Around 200 years before the birth of Yeshua, the leader of the Qumran Essene community had a vision; an Angel told him that a great Avatar, the Messiah, would come to Earth through the Essenes. But for this to occur, they must follow certain disciplines in order to create a physical body capable of withstanding the powerful vibrations of the Christ Spirit, as well as a group energy powerful enough to open an ‘energy vortex’ into this space-time dimension through which Christ would enter.

The Essene communities were the doorway, Yeshua was the Avatar.

The Gospel of Philip says:- ‘Three women always walked with the Master: Mary his mother, her sister, and Mary of Magdala, who is called his companion..’ and ‘Mary (Magdalene) understood him above all others.’

In my book ‘Mary Magdalene’s Legacy’, after the crucifixion, Joseph of Arimathea took Mary Magdalene, Mother Mary and her inner circle to Alexandria, Egypt where she set up an Essene community at Lake Mareotis. 

This is where Mary Magdalene carried on the teaching of the Law and transmitted Yeshua’s teachings – the Gnostic texts which later became known as the Nag Hammadi library.

So what is the link between Akhenaten and Yeshua? They were both very high consciousness, energy masters, pacifists, taught the Law, and murdered by the authorities. 

My cellular memory tells me they were the ‘same energy but different body’. 

Undoubtedly there is someone with a similar level of consciousness alive today..

History tends to repeat itself and truth is stranger than fiction..

#Akhenaten #Essenes #MaryMagdalene #TreeofLife #Yeshua

The Essene Tree Of Life

Man has been aware of invisible forces in the universe as far back as records exist. All cultures have used symbolism to express man’s relationship to these forces. This mystical symbol which has been imbedded in almost all religions and teachings is called the Tree of Life. The tree is believed to have healing properties and its fruits grant immortality. 

In Buddhism, the Tree of Life is known as the Bhodi-tree and is believed to be the Tree of Enlightenment. It was under this tree that Buddha reached enlightenment so is seen as a very sacred symbol.

In Judaism, Moses (1391- 1271BC) is considered their most important prophet and credited as being the giver of the Law of One when he came down from Mount Sinai, Egypt in 1313 BC, with two tablets of stone.  

However, remember Akhenaten from Mary Magdalene’s Legacy and my blog dated 6 November 2019? He was the first Egyptian pharaoh who ruled from 1351-1334BC. He also taught the Law in his Law of One mystery school. So Akhenaten may have pipped Moses to the post, but more on him and his connection with the Essenes later.

The Law governs all that takes place in the universe, and all other universes. The Law creates life and it creates thought. The sum total of life on all the planets in the universe was termed the cosmic ocean of life. And the sum total of currents of thought in the universe was called the cosmic ocean of thought. These two cosmic oceans formed a dynamic unity of which man is an inseparable part. Every human being is an individualized part of the unity. This unity is the Law, the Eternal Light. 

The abstract idea of the Law was incorporated into the symbol of a tree, called the Tree of Life. It portrayed man as a unit of energy, with thoughts and emotions constantly communing with the totalities of energies in the universe.  

The Essenes added to the Tree Angelology – the Science of the Angels. The Essenes petitioned the assistance of these angelic Ones in all aspects of everyday life.

The Essenes were aware of dark forces but only recognized the positive and constructive forces in the universe. The Essene Tree of Life represented 14 positive forces, seven of them heavenly or cosmic forces, and seven earthly forces. The Tree has seven roots reaching down into the earth and seven branches extending up towards heaven, symbolising man’s relationship to both earth and heaven.

The centre branch represents God, the centre root Mother Nature. The seven roots represented earthly forces and powers; Mother Earth, the Angel of Earth, the Angel of Life, the Angel of Joy, the Angel of the Sun, the Angel of Water and the Angel of Air. The seven branches represented cosmic powers; the Heavenly Father and his Angels of Eternal Life, Creative Work, Peace, Power, Love and Wisdom. These were the Essene angels of the visible and invisible worlds.

Man, in the centre of the Tree, was surrounded by the heavenly angels above and the earthly angels below. 

They also understood each heavenly force to have an earthly force corresponding to it. These corresponding heavenly and earthly forces were placed on the Essene Tree of Life diagonally opposite, one above and one below man. This made it clear how inextricably linked we are to all the forces, cosmic and terrestrial, and how essential it was to be in perfect harmony with each and every one of the forces and angels. This required constant, conscious, daily effort, but was considered the most important activity in life. Attunement to the angels was known as Communion, every morning and evening. 

In addition, at noon each day of the week, they prayed for peace – the Sevenfold Peace. Peace with the Body, Peace with the Mind, Peace with the Family, Peace with Humanity, Peace with Culture, Peace with the Earthly Mother and Peace with the Heavenly Father.

For years I have struggled with meditation and my monkey mind but the Essene Tree of Life has transformed it.

I visualise myself seated in this large oak tree which I can see from my bedroom window, nestling in an egg shape at the base of the trunk. I feel like I am in Mother Earth’s womb – the safest place in the world. I give thanks to the angel of the day and drop into my heart (I explain this fully in ‘Apostle to Mary Magdalene’ under ‘Unity Breath’). A timeless place of love and peace where I escape my judgemental mind, and the words I hear are from my soul voice, my truth. It takes practice, of course, but I take heart from the Essenes who quietly and selflessly dedicated their lives to others.

# Akhenaten #Angels #Essenes #Meditation #TreeofLife 

Jesus And The Essenes

As mentioned in ‘Apostle to Mary Magdalene’, the Qumran community was located close to the Dead Sea in Israel. It became famous when ancient texts were discovered there in 1947 – these became known as the Dead Sea Scrolls.

Qumran was believed to be an all male Essene community. The Essenes were a secretive Holy order and their way of living is described in Chapter V of ‘Mary Magdalene’s Final Legacy’.

I came across a book called ‘Jesus and the Essenes’ by Dolores Cannon, a regressional hynoptist. One of her subjects is a young American woman called Katie (not her real name) who, under hynopsis, recalls life as a male teacher called Suddi in Qumran in the 1st century AD. She has no recollection of what she says after each session and had no prior knowledge of the Essenes. The weekly sessions continue for a year and reveal information that is quite incredible.

Suddi’s description of the community fits with plans of archaeological remains. But she adds much more detail from her memories as Suddi; as a boy, a man, in old age and amazingly from after his ‘death’. It is a mixed community, although only the men live within the walls – the families dwell in a nearby village.

Suddi is a teacher of the Law and his two students are Benjoseph and Benzacharias. “Ben” in front of a name means “son of”, and the names Joseph and Zacharias. The author summises he was referring to Jesus and John. Suddi says they are both very intelligent but John is ‘more of the fire temperament’ and Jesus was quiet and pensive. Suddi often felt stupid when Jesus quietly expressed an opinion which threw a completely different light on a matter.

Suddi describes Jesus as fair skinned, with auburn hair and the most amazing eyes which seem to change colour from blue to green to grey. 

Jesus is 8 when he first visits Qumran. Suddi ‘teaches’ the Law to him; laws given to the Essenes by Moses. The things that one should live daily by; in order to be considered holy and on the right path.  

They also studied with other teachers to learn mathematics, the study of the stars, the study of the prophecies and the mysteries. 

Suddi said that Jesus lived with his family in Nazareth but when not visiting Qumran, or travelled with his Uncle Joseph (Joseph of Arimathea) on his ships visiting mystery schools all over the world. Joseph was a very wealthy tin merchant and visited Cornwall as England was very important for tin at that time.

Later in the book Suddi talks about Jesus’ teachings. In his travels Jesus noticed that many of the teachers spoke in ways that the people did not understand. Jesus used nature to get his messages across. In the following extract from a session with Katie/Suddi, Jesus makes reference to reincarnation:-

“There is a plant that grows in a strange way; it will shoot up a single plant from the roots and other plants can come up from the roots. And the branches that grow up will bend over and out, and when they contact the ground, put down roots and start a new offspring plant. Jesus compared this to a man’s cycle of lives. That the plant putting up new plants from the roots was like a man going through rebirths. And the branches tipping over and making new plants would be the man’s family and his children, while he comes back for new lives and starts new families.”

Suddi said Jesus used the onion as a way of showing the different planes of existence.   “At the centre of the plant the layers are very thin and close together. Each layer is a different plane; at the centre it’s the smallest and the most limited, like the physical world. As one travels upward and outward in the planes, one’s horizon of understanding would expand each time and you would see and understand more.”

“There is no Hell, other than that you create yourself.”

Suddi said Jesus should be marvelled at, but not worshipped or deified, as we are all part of God. 

“Jesus did not die to save us from our sins – we all have to pay for our own. If not during this lifetime, the next, or even the next.”

“Jesus wants to be remembered, but not in the way see him today. As a spirit guide, to enable people to achieve greater power for themselves. To not follow blindly and always question. If one does not question, one does not have faith.” 

Suddi said one day Christ would return to earth and “there will be those who will know him.”          

This is a fascinating book which resonates with me, but I recommend you read it for yourself to draw your own conclusions.. 

# Essenes  #Jesus #Yeshua #GnosticGospels #Qumran


Many people in the west do not believe in reincarnation. It is not part of present day Christianity. Most of the references to it have been removed from the Bible. Why? In 553 AD, 165 Church officials condemned reincarnation. Up until then, it had been a fundamental Christian teaching, reinforced by the Council of 451. It is hard to believe that a woman called Theodora was largely responsible for this. 

Justinian* became Roman emperor in 527. His wife, Theodora, had made a sharp social ascent. Daughter of a bear tamer from Constantinople, she began as a young beautiful prostitute greatly sought after by the aristocracy. She rapidly ascended the social ladder, becoming one of Justinian’s concubines, then his favourite, and finally in 523, his wife. In 527, she and her husband were crowned Empress and Emperor of the Roman Empire. Quite an achievement.. Theodora still had one remaining ambition – her own deification. Only then would she be equal with the Caesars of old. Previously Roman Emperors were automatically deified and received a place of worship in the temple halls.

* In 550, Justinian was the same emperor mentioned in ‘Mary Magdalene’s Final Legacy’ who ordered the destruction of the shrine containing the bones of Montanus, Priscilla and Maximilla and turned all Montanist buildings in the city over to the orthodox Church.​

Justinian and Theodora

Christianity had brought an end to this custom, and reincarnation provided a stumbling block; what could prevent the errant empress from being reborn as a simple beggar? As long as reincarnation was anchored fast in Christian consciousness, the people would never accept her as a goddess. And so reincarnation had to be blotted out..

Theodora selected the monophysitist monks, who were soon to be pardoned from their excommunications, as willing helpers. They were to ensure that every teaching of reincarnation completely disappeared from all church documents.

But it was not earthly power alone that accomplished this evil. People would forget their true divine goal (to one day become gods and goddesses themselves), subjecting themselves to the mercy of an external god and forgetting their own divinity. They wait for a salvation that would never come, as each person can only save themselves.

The powers of darkness had found two helpers with great influence in Theodora and Justinian. Both of them were reported to be possessed. The historian, Procopius, quotes Justinian’s mother as confessing to her confidantes that Justinian was sired by a demon. 

Thoedora died of cancer aged 48 in 548 AD before the church officially declared the doctrine of reincarnation heresy in 553 AD.

Fortunately, some texts were hidden and preserved.

The Holy Gospel of the Twelve’ is an Aramaic text discovered in a Buddhist monastery in Tibet in 1870…  Jesus makes numerous references to reincarnation:-

1. “The soul is purified through many births and experiences.”

2. “So through many births will ye be made perfect.”

3. “As all creatures come from the unseen into this world, so they return to the unseen, and so they will come again till they be purified.”

4. “Blessed are they who suffer many experiences, for they shall be made perfect through suffering: they shall be the angels of God in heaven and die no more, neither shall they be born anymore, for death and birth have no dominion over them.”

Why is reincarnation relevant? Because my next blog is about a young American woman called ‘Katie’ (not her real name) who under hypnosis recalls a past life as a teacher in the Essene community at Qumran. One of her students is Yeshua..

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. It is the aspect of the self associated with creation, intuition, community, sensuality and collaboration.

The Masculine brings insight, understanding, awareness, direction attaining goals and carrying out the Divine plan.

The Divine aspect is a connection with a higher source, or God, through your heart.

We have recently moved from the Age of Pisces into the Age of Aquarius. The Age of Aquarius is associated with democracy, freedom, humanitarianism, idealism and philanthropy.

More specifically, the age of equality between the Masculine and the Feminine.

The Age of Aquarius is causing great turmoil around us as everything associated with Piscean values is unravelling; governments, corporations and even personal relationships. The world appears chaotic..

Fortunately we are not alone.. We are being assisted by ascended masters and mistresses..

We need to reclaim the Divine Feminine within us both for our own spirituality and for the well- being of our planet.

Many times before the world has been through an ecological crisis, and Mother Earth carries within her the memories and wisdom we need.

But we need to listen..

It is a state of awareness that is connected to the wisdom of the heart, to natural and divine laws, and to a loving, harmonious and peaceful life.

But how can we do this in our everyday lives?

1. Feel your feelings                                    

To fully access Divine Feminine energy we need to fully feel and release our feelings without judgement. Our instinct is to run away from painful feelings.. but they tend to follow you!

2. Trust your intuition                                                                                           

Intuition is a gift of the Divine Feminine. Intuitive impulses come from the heart, not the mind. They are often accompanied by signs and synchronicities in the outside world, so keep all six senses open to receive! 

3. Listen to your body                         

The body knows before the mind what and who is toxic for you.

4. Listen to your inner voice    

Creating regular times of quiet and meditation activates Divine Feminine energy.  Our technological advances have encouraged us to seek answers from the outside – google, youtube etc. We need to go back inside..

5. Be positive, active and creative                                                             

Neuroscience has shown that what we focus on grows. Focus on the positive aspects of your life and those of your colleagues, friends, and family. You will be amazed how it changes relationships.

If we change our internal landscape the outer one will change also..           

Synergistic efforts of the individual will change collective consciousness.

So what does this have to do with Mary Magdalene? 

Mary Magdalene exemplifies the Divine Feminine and has been called to assist us to support this process, the merging of the opposites, the Divine Feminine (receiver of Divine inspiration) alongside the Divine Masculine (acting out the Divine plan in the world).

According to the Gnostic gospel, The Dialogue of the Saviour, Yeshua  called Mary Magdalene ‘The Woman who knew the All’.   

After Yeshua was crucified, she was steadfast in her faith and comforted the Apostles.   Her spiritual connection with Yeshua continued beyond his ‘death’, she started an egalitarian community where she wrote down his teachings. 

She dedicated the rest of her life to teaching ‘The Way of the Heart’.

She has waited almost 2000 years for us to be sufficiently spiritually evolved to be able to receive Yeshua’s teachings. 

Now is the time to recognise this woman for what she was – a true ambassador to the Divine Feminine. 


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 believed in only one God.

The people worshipped statues, so Akhenaten had to give them something to worship, so he gave them the image of the Sun as God. 

Akhenaten told the people that the breath of life, the prana field, came from the Sun. He also said “In this new religion there will be no more untruthfulness – we are going to change our art so it reflects the total truth.”

So during the 18th Dynasty the artists were instructed to sculpt or paint things just as they saw it, like a photograph.

Apart from for ceremonial purposes, they were not allowed to wear clothes, as wearing clothes was hiding, obscuring the truth.

Akhenaten was over 14 feet tall! He had a long skinny neck, skinny hands, a high waist, wide thighs and skinny legs. He married Nefertiti, who was just 10 foot tall! They had six daughters. Akhenaten also had a lesser royal wife called Kiya, who would become the mother of Tutankhamen.

Akhenaten and his father Amenhotep III ruled the country together and built a city called Tel el Amarna from white stones. Akhenaten laid a stone there which says ‘this is the centre of the country’. Satellite images confirm this today.. 

Amenhotep III resigned whilst still alive and gave the country to Akhenaten. 

Akhenaten founded a mystery school – the Egyptian Mystery School of Akhenaten, the Law of One. The symbol was the Right eye of Horus. He brought students from the Left Eye of Horus (feminine side) Mystery School, graduates who were +45 years old, into the Right Eye of Horus Mystery School.  He taught them for 12 years, after which he had just 5 years to teach them immortality.

When you become immortal, your memory remains intact and you are conscious from them on. It means you stay in your body as long as you want (unless you are murdered), when you want to leave, you leave. This is the Egyptian definition of eternal life – continuous unbroken memory.

 Almost 300 people, nearly all women achieved immortality. They joined the Tat Brotherhood and later migrated to Masada, Israel and formed the Essene Brotherhood.

Akhenaten knew he did not have long – the military and the priests plotted an elaborate scheme to dispose of him (see ‘Mary Magdalene’s Legacy’), but he was not concerned because his students would get into the Akashic Records and be a memory in our DNA.

King Tutankhamen took over directly after Akhenaten was disposed of. He was 18, married to one of Akhenaten and Nefertiti’s daughters. Tutankhamen ruled for just one year; Nefertiti was in hiding but was in telepathic communication with him to help him run the country. 

Set I became the first king of the 19th Dynasty. He changed everything back to the old ways and called Akhenaten the same name they called Yeshua – ‘the criminal’.

Tel El Amarna was dismantled brick by brick and dispersed over the country to ensure there was no trace. Set I did not want the people to know that Akhenaten and Nefertiti had ever existed. 

The site of Akhetaten, the city he built and designed for the worship of Aten, at Tel El Amarna, was lost from history until the 19th century when archaeologists discovered some artefacts buried deep under the ground including this bust of Nefertiti.