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Magdalene's Lost Legacy

Magdalene's Lost Legacy
Catalog # SKU0734
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Weight 1.00 lbs
Author Name Margaret Starbird


Magdalene's Lost Legacy
Symbolic Numbers and the Sacred Union in Christianity

by Margaret Starbird

In Magdalene's Lost Legacy, author Margaret Starbird decodes the symbolic numbers embedded in the original Greek phrases of the New Testament-revealing the powerful presence of the feminine divine. The New Testament contains wide use of gematria, a literary device that allows the sums of certain phrases to produce sacred numbers. Exploring the hidden meanings behind these numbers, Starbird reveals that the union between Jesus and his bride, Mary Magdalene, formed a sacred partnership that was the cornerstone of the earliest Christian community.

Magdalene's Lost Legacy demonstrates how the crucial teaching of the sacred marriage that unites masculine and feminine principles-the heiros gamos-is the partnership model for life on our planet and the ultimate blueprint for civilization. Starbird's research challenges the concept that Christ was celibate and establishes Mary Magdalene as the human incarnation of the sacred bride. The author also explains the true meaning of the "666" prophesied in the Book of Revelation. Through this potent reclaiming of the lost legacy of Mary Magdalene, Margaret Starbird offers the opportunity to restore the divine feminine to her rightful role as bride, beloved, and sacred partner.

Magdalene's Lost Legacy explores the fundamental tenets of the fledgling faith in light of the gematria encrypted in its own Sacred Scriptures, casting exciting new light on the beliefs of the early Church. The book explains profound teachings hidden for centuries in the gematria of the Gospels and in the Apocalypse of John (the Book of Revelation).

This book explains how the painful situation in the Roman Catholic priesthood has roots in systematic denial of the "Bride" as partner and in the insistence on a celibate Jesus, encouraging worship of the ascendant masculine principle stripped of its feminine partner. In the wake of two millennia of "high Christology," the domain of the wounded "Fisher/King" -Western society-becomes a wasteland, the tragic consequence of "Eros denied."

About the Author

Margaret Starbird holds a master's degree from the University of Maryland and has studied at the Christian Albrechts Universität in Kiel, Germany, and at Vanderbilt Divinity School. She is the author of The Woman with the Alabaster Jar: Mary Magdalen and the Holy Grail and The Goddess in the Gospels. She lives with her family in the Puget Sound area of Washington State.

Softbound, 6x9, 176 pages

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