Mary Magdalene: The Illuminator

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Adventures Unlimited Press, 2006 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 292 pages
William Henry presents new evidence about the secrets and the true history of Mary Magdalene, including the reasons why she was called the Illuminator or Illuminatrix and why the Knights Templar were attacked by the Church of Rome. In this book, he explores the core of the mysteries of Mary Magdalene to study knowledge of the 'ultimate secret' of the Tower or Ladder to God, also called the Stairway to Heaven. The astonishing facts about the secret teachings of Jesus and Mary Magdalene and their connection to the Illumined Ones of the past are discussed. Other subjects include: The Gnostics and Cathars and their connection to Mary Magdalene; The alchemical secrets of Mary Magdalene's anointing oil and how it transformed Jesus; The Magdalene's connection to Ishtar, Isis and other ancient goddesses; The reality of an extraterrestrial presence in the Bible and Gnostic Christian texts; How the Knights Templar encoded the secret teaching of Jesus and Mary Magdalene in religious graffiti at Domme, France; more.
 

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Contents

The Golden Legend
1
The Tower of Light
23
The Bird of Light
51
Magdalene153
61
The Fish Gate
69
Mystical Magdala and Fish Code Clues
83
Mary Magdalene and the Merkaba Myths
95
Mary Magdalene and Mari
109
The Alabastron
163
The Mystery of Perfume
177
Solomons Key
187
The Templars and Skull of God
195
Mary Magdalene and the Skull of God
205
The Lost Meaning of Magdalene
213
The Inchristed Ladder 153
223
Mistress of the Waters
251

One Night In Capernaum
123
The Sin Wave
129
Teach the Bread of Life 153
153
Mary the Maya and Manna
265
Appendix
273
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William Henry is an investigative mythologist who finds and interprets ancient gateway stories featuring advanced technology. He lives in Nashville.

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