The Holy Book Of Mary Magdalene by Jennifer Reif
The Path Of The Grail Steward

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Have you ever wondered what the teachings of Mary Magdalene might have looked like? Or what Jesus’ teachings might have looked like had they included the Divine Feminine? Author Jennifer Reif presents not only her vision of these teachings through sacred discourses, but also rites, ceremonies and festivals that honor these historical figures. To be linked to them through mystical and transcendent practices, is to be lifted high through love and adoration.

A Grail Steward honors the story of Jesus and Mary Magdalene. The Grail leads us to an internal quest that begins with the unfolding process of adoration. It guides us into the mysteries of the Bride and Bridegroom where we find a renewing and perfect love. As we discover this experience, we are guided into a compassionate life. Then we become Stewards fulfilling an ancient quest, living to bring a little bit more of heaven to earth.

Setting the stage, this work begins with an alternative Genesis. The union of the Holy Mother and Father is the igniting point for the formation of the universe. The Garden of Eden is revisited, and the tree of knowledge is not the home of an evil serpent that entices humanity with forbidden fruit. Instead it is a source of wisdom, a gift from the Everlasting to humankind.

Celebrate Jesus and Mary Magdalene with passionate prayers, magical ceremonies, and seasonal festivals. From the Festival of the Sacred Marriage, “O Lady of Earth and Heaven, whose being is bathed in glittering light, through you the vine and the pomegranate grow rich like royal blood. Flowers burst from ready boughs, and verdant meadows wake. All rejoice, for the Bride has come.”

Magdalene Jesus Mysteries: Alternative Christianity, Religious Studies, Spirituality, The Sacred Feminine.

 

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Published September 10, 2008 by iUniverse. 180 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality.

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