American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- In the New Testament, a woman whom Jesus cured of evil spirits. She is also identified with the repentant prostitute who washed the feet of Jesus.
- n. sinful woman Jesus healed of evil spirits; she became a follower of Jesus
- Mary + Magdalene (Wiktionary)
“Mandaean view of and Mary Magdalene as Messiah as miracle-worker as Nazorean popular following of political aims”
“The woman known as Mary Magdalene is clearly of enormous, if initially puzzling, significance to the ancient ‘heretical’ underground movements of Europe.”
“The main theme of what we term the Great European Heresy was the inexplicable veneration—amounting in many cases to actual worship—of Mary Magdalene and John the Baptist.”
“As we have seen, the first time most English-speaking readers heard of the Priory was in The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail—and that book unequivocally argues that Mary Magdalene and Mary of Bethany were the same.”
“Sophia and Knights templar in Judaism and Mary Magdalene and 1sis in western esoteric tradition”
“Most modern scholars believe that Mary of Bethany and Mary Magdalene were two separate women.”
“William E. Phipps, for example, believes it is strange that Mary of Bethany—who was clearly a very close friend of Jesus—was not specifically named as being present at the Crucifixion, and that Mary Magdalene suddenly appears at the cross without any major mention beforehand11.”
“Once such ‘fudging’ is recognized, then it becomes possible that Mary of Bethany and Mary Magdalene were the same person.”
“The Priory of Sion believe that Mary Magdalene is one and the same as Mary of Bethany, the sister of Lazarus, and the one who anoints Jesus' feet.”
“Mandaean view of marital/sexual status and Mary Magdalene pagan mystery school elements in story political aims/Messiahship”
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