The Black Madonna by Glenn Bogue
Isis and The Magdalene

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The Catholic Church has admitted its error in the smearing of The Magdalene as a prostitute, thereby removing an image that has dominated the minds of religious authors and painters since the 6th century. And although Mary The Magdalene is almost always mentioned first ahead of the Virgin Mary, only a handful of scholars have attempted to reconstruct why she could have been so important, that she carried a royal title that translates as "The Great One" According to the Gnostics, Jesus referred to her as "The One who knew all" who took a front row seat at all of the main events in the life of The Christ. These Gnostics also believed that mankind was the hybrid result of a genetic experiment Today we have mapped our DNA, the mitochondria of which traces all the races of the world back to a single woman in Ethiopia in 200,000 BCE, the exact place and time stipulated by the cuneiform tablets of the ancient Sumerian peoples for the emergence of the genus Homo sapiens. Those Sumerians called this great woman Ninmah, the Egyptians called her Isis, the Greeks called her Athena, The Sophia, and the ancient Hebrews called her Asherah, The Woman of the Tree and the very consort to the Lord God YHWH. But in the hands of the Catholic Church, She became The Black Madonna. Legend connects this Black Madonna with both Isis and The Magdalene. This book, The Black Madonna, sets forth the revelation of that connection, which forms the greatest secret of all time.

About Glenn Bogue

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Born in Toronto, Glenn Bogue attended Villanova University majoring in history and classics. He earned All-American honors both athletically and scholastically, along with an N.C.A.A. post-graduate scholarship. He competed for Canada in the 1976 Olympics and was inducted into the Villanova Hall of Fame. Glenn earned his law degree from Toronto 's Osgoode Hall. While working for the Canadian national track team, he tried to prevent the steroid abuses at the national center in Toronto, and resigned when the anti-doping rules would not be enforced against Ben Johnson, who would be stripped of his gold medal at the 1988 Seoul Olympics for steroid violations. Glenn began studying nutritional alternatives to steroids, and was shocked by the poor level of nutritional education of the very physicians upon whom he relied during his career. His firm stance on proper nutrition for his children resulted in the loss of custody of his five children by the court of Pennsylvania which felt that candy and dairy were "good for the body." His marriage ended in a divorce that the Catholic Church did nothing to prevent, even though divorce is prohibited by the 1993 Catechism of John Paul II. Glenn turned to the scriptures for clues of what he had missed, and came across these startling words ascribed to Jesus Christ: I will not judge you. The one who judged you was Moses. John 5:45 This was diametrically opposed to the Nicene Creed wherein Jesus is supposed to come "to judge the living and the dead." Glenn began to search for the reasons why the church would deliberately obfuscate the words of Jesus. He found those answers in the creation tale of the ancient Sumerians and its history of The Black Madonna. This series of books is the result of that search.
Published September 23, 2011 by AuthorHouse. 200 pages
Genres: History. Non-fiction

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