Sequel to Mary Magdalene’s Legacy, and the final book in the trilogy, it follows the lives of Yeshua and Mary Magdalene’s descendants in a story set in Egypt, Italy, Greece, Asia Minor and Gaul. It is a story, but it is the Universal Truth, and it reveals a secret about Mary Magdalene which will send shock waves through the church today.
I didn’t know what to expect at my first book signing at the Henge Shop in Avebury.
My publisher had warned me that book signings could be poorly attended; he once accompanied a ‘famous’ author on one and not a soul came! The following words sprang to mind:-
‘Be open to everything but attached to nothing’
So I asked Marek and Nina to come and take some photos, enticing them with a pub lunch in the Red Lion. My husband and dog also came, but didn’t get past the Red Lion..
Dominique, the owner, and Jane looked after me with cups of tea, coffee and mulled apple juice, bless them.
Anyway, after a slow start things picked up before and after lunch. If you have not been to Avebury it is a must. Marek, Nina and I found ourselves giggling like schoolgirls for no apparent reason, which seemed to attract people to my corner.
Marek remarked on the cross section of people interested in Mary Magdalene – young, old, schoolgirls, a retired accountant, men and women.. this was very interesting, and unexpected.
I only sold 8 books by 4pm but as I did not have any targets I was not disappointed – in fact I really enjoyed the day!
I have been told that I need to relax and ‘allow the soul of my book to fly where it needs to fly’.
The following week I heard from my publisher that the US distributor has ordered 400 books and my second print run has sold out!
A reminder to just let go, enjoy and trust in the universe!
Last night was my first live radio interview, with Chloe and Peggy Sue on the ‘Outer Limits Show’ at Radio Swindon. If you missed it, it is available on podcast on their website.
My main concern was staying awake, as the programme aired from 10-11pm!I have just returned from another pilgrimage to Ratu’s ashram in Bali and not yet adjusted to the time difference. Needless to say, the adrenalin kicked in and it was ‘problem no problem’, as Ratu would say..
Chloe and Peggy Sue suggested I got there at 8pm, presumably for a debriefing. But Chloe said she did not prepare for interviews, so we talked about everything but Mary Magdalene! As the clock approached 10pm I started to feel a little nervous!
Chloe and Peggy Sue were very relaxed and made me feel most welcome – the only sticky moment was when the equipment crashed and the Maria Magdalene song would not play. Mary’s cosmic joke?
Chloe improvised by asking me about my watercolour of Mary Magdalene which the listeners clearly could not see!
I enjoyed the evening and have had some positive feedback which is encouraging.
I have an interview tomorrow Friday 22nd November with Source fm 96.1FM on Sophie Sweatman’s Springboard Show (2.45pm). Sophie is trained in writing and journalism so I suspect her questions will be a little more probing..
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, Yeshuacalled 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.
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, aswearing 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.
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 Sun was his right eye, the Moon his left, and they crossed the sky when he, as a falcon, flew across it.
Legend relates that Set, the patron of Upper Egypt, and Horus, the patron of Lower Egypt, battled for Egypt brutally until eventually the gods sided with Horus. In the struggle, Set lost a testicle and Horus’ eye was gouged out. The Eye of Horus became a symbol of protection from Horus or Ra, and the symbol of the Egyptian mystery schools.
The Eye of Horus Mystery Schools were founded by Thoth Hermes Trismegistus. Thoth was the Egyptian God of writing, magic, wisdom and the moon. He was depicted as a man with the head of an ibis. The ibis was a sacred bird in Ancient Egypt and associated with wisdom.
Both Thoth and Horus are holding in their right hands an ankh, the symbol for eternal life. There is an electromagnetic field surrounding our bodies shaped like the ankh and the Egyptians. The Egyptians believed the remembrance of it was the key to returning to eternal life.
Worship of Thoth began in Lower Egypt in the Pre-Dynastic Period (c6000-3150 BCE) and continued through the Ptolemaic Period (323-30 BCE), making Thoth’s worship among the longest of any deity from any civilization.
The Greeks admired him so greatly they credited him as being the originator of all knowledge on earth and in the heavens.
Pythagoras recorded that Thoth took him by the hand, led him under the Great Pyramid, and taught him all the geometries and nature of reality!
There were three Eye of Horus Mystery Schools in Egypt: the male school was the Right Eye of Horus, the female school the Left Eye of Horus. The third school was the child, the Middle, or Third Eye of Horus. This is life, which the Egyptians considered to be the most important school of all. They believed everything that happens in life is a lesson, part of a school preparing for higher levels of existence, which the modern world calls death.
The Egyptian Mystery Schools studied all aspects of human experience. Central to the training in the mysteries was the Mer-Ka-Ba, the human light body. In Hebrew it is Mer-Ka-Vah, means both the throne of God and a chariot, a vehicle that carries the human body and spirit from one place to another.
Initiates always attended the Left Eye of Horus School first. The feminine pathway explored emotions and feelings, both positive and negative, tantra, or sexual energy and their relationship to immortality, birthing, psychic energy, and everything that defies logic. If there was an emotional imbalance, this imbalance would stop the initiate from evolving. Without love, compassion and a healthy emotional body, the initiate would proceed on the path of enlightenment only so far, then stop. The mind can and will trick you into thinking all is well when not!
Fear was and remains the primary force which stops a person from growing into the light. As we move into the higher world of light, we manifest out thoughts and feelings directly. So what all the ancient races discovered, is that in order to exist in the higher worlds, we must overcome our fears here on Earth.
To achieve this, the Egyptians built 12 special temples along the Nile, associated with each of the chakras. Each chakra has its associated fears. It took 12 years of initiation, spending one year or cycle at each of the temples, learning all aspects of feminine consciousness. At each of the temples they would be put into extremely fearful situations, so by the end of 12 years they were absolutely fearless!
The Great Pyramid was the 13th temple and place of initiation.
Once emotional healing had taken place the initiates would progress to the male or Right Eye of Horus Mystery School. This was taught orally, and only once, although its primary components are etched on a single wall under the Great Pyramid that leads into the Hall of Records. There you will find The Flower of Life, some four foot in diameter, and 47 other images, representing chromosomes of Christ consciousness, the level we are ascending into now.
My cellular memory tells me that Yeshua attended the Left and Right Eye Mystery Schools in Egypt and was initiated under the Great Pyramid.
Yeshua was tried and crucified for ‘magic’ – for raising Lazarus from the dead after four days. I believe his Mystery School training taught him how to do this and many other miracles he performed, recorded in the New Testament.
My next blog will be about Akhenaten and his mystery school!
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.
Found earlier than and therefore not part of the Nag Hammadi Library, three fragmentary copies have been found in Egypt. The first is a version in Coptic, discovered in 1896 near the area of Achmim. Two additional fragments in Greek were later found on the rubbish heap near the regional capital of Oxyrynchus.
Sadly, less than eight pages have survived, as pages 1-6 and 11-14 are missing, but we still see a very different picture of Mary Magdalene than that portrayed by the New Testament.
It presents a radical interpretation of Yeshua’s teachings as a path to inner spiritual knowledge and challenges our romantic view of harmony within the first Christian groups. More significantly, we see Mary Magdalene not as a weeping submissive woman, but a strong, stable spiritual leader who, because of her understanding was privy to Yeshua’s private teachings.
As the first six pages are missing, the gospel opens in the middle of a post- resurrection appearance by Yeshua (referred to as the Saviour) to his disciples in which he answers their questions and offers a farewell discourse before commissioningthem to go out to preach the gospel of the kingdom.
But the disciples do not go out joyfully to preach the gospel; instead controversy erupts. All the disciples except Mary have failed to understand the Saviour’s teachings. Inner peace is nowhere to be found – they are distraught and frightened that preaching the gospel may result in them suffering the same agonizing fate.
Mary steps in and comforts them and Peter asks Mary to recount teaching unknown to them that she had received in a vision. She agrees and tells them about the rise of the soul past the powers of Darkness, Ignorance, Desire and Wrath, who seek to keep the soul trapped in the world and ignorant of its true spiritual nature.
When she is finished, she stands in silence, imitating the soul at rest. But the peace is disturbed by Andrew questioning the ‘strangeness’ of her teaching. Peter challenges whether Yeshua would give private instruction to a woman, thus showing he actually preferred her to the other disciples.
Mary begins to cry at Peter’s accusation. Levi comes quickly to her defence, reminding Peter he is a notorious hot-head and now he was treating Mary as the enemy. He admonishes them instead to do as the Saviour instructed them and go out to preach the gospel. The story ends here but the controversy is far from over. Andrew and Peter have not understood the Saviour’s teaching and are offended byYeshua’s apparent preference of a woman over them.
All early Christian literature bears traces of these controversies. The letters of Paul show that considerable difference of opinion existed about issues such as circumcision and the Jewish food laws.
History is written by the winners. Many voices were silenced through repression or neglect. The Gospel of Mary gives us information not recorded in the New Testament. It is not a question of right and wrong. The information we have been given was just incomplete.
Whether or not you choose to embrace the message from the Gospel of Mary is a matter readers will decide for themselves. The days of being told what to believe are over, thankfully.
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 study of consciousness.He established a few core principles:-
Power is always manifested with grace. Grace is associated with modesty & humility.
Love is more powerful than hatred; truth sets us free; forgiveness liberates both sides; unconditional love heals; courage empowers; and the essence of Divinity is peace.
He found that levels of consciousness (energy fields) could be calibrated according to their measurable effect. With each rise in the level of consciousness, the ‘frequency/vibration’ of energy increases because higher consciousness radiates a beneficial effect on the whole world, verifiable in the human muscle response, which stays strong in the presence of love and truth. In contrast ‘false’ or negative energy fields induce a weak muscle response. He determined that human experience can be labelled on a scale from 1 – 1000 – a map of consciousness.
At the low end of the scale are Guilt (30), Fear (100), Anger (150). Humans at these levels feel victimized and trapped by the effect of forces in the physical universe. Alllevels below 200 are described as “Force”, and are associated with a weak kinesiologicalresponse.
All levels above 200 are described as “Power” and elicit a strong kinesiological response. Power is always manifested with grace. Grace is associated with humility. Higher on the scale are Courage (200), Willingness (310), Reason (400) & Love (500). Humans at these levels recognize that they are the source of their own lives. Most of the world’s great scientists (Newton, Freud) calibrate at 499, the highest level of intellect. Carl Jung calibrated at 540; he coined the term ‘collective unconsciousness’, a concept that transcends reason.
At the highest end of the scale (600-1000) are qualities that transcend duality – ‘Enlightenment’ . The great prophets of human history – Jesus, Krishna and Buddha all calibrate on this scale at 1000. Their oral teachings all calibrated near 1000. Unfortunately, their message was recorded by followers lower on the scale; this explains the Holy Wars and the vengeful God from the Old Testament. In Christian teachings, by the 2nd century the level of truth had dropped to 930 but by the 6th century it was at 540.The current King James version of the New Testament calibrates at 640. Now I understand why my Balinese spiritual teacher, Ratu Bagus, is suspicious of the written word..
The recorded teachings of Buddha calibrate the highest ranging from 850 to 960.
I asked my kinesiologist, Martin Lewis, to testthe teachings ofRatu, and the overall truth of my book ‘Mary Magdalene’s Legacy’. They both scored around 750. Clearly, I was not writing this book on my own….Thank you Ratu.
According to Hawkins, in 2006 there were only three people on the planetwho calibrated over 700, which makes Ratu pretty special. Hawkins also says 85% of the planet register below 200, counterbalanced by the 15% above 200. Furthermore, one individual over 700 counterbalances 70 million individuals below 200! Without these counterbalances, mankind would self-destruct from unopposed negativity.
I urge you to read his book but in the meantime leave you with a message from him;
“Be kind and forgiving to everything and everyone, including yourself, at all times, without exception”.