Lesson 5 from Mary Magdalene: Part 1 of Her History

//Lesson 5 from Mary Magdalene: Part 1 of Her History

Lesson 5 from Mary Magdalene: Part 1 of Her History

By now, you probably have questions about Mary Magdalene and how she came to talk to me.

Who was (is) Mary Magdalene, really?  Whatever should make me trust a disembodied voice coming to me in meditation claiming to be her?

Mary Magdalene said she was indeed a very real woman, who was indeed a follower of Jesus.  She also told me that evidence stating she was married to Jesus, although not in a traditional way, (I’m not sure what she meant by this) is accurate.  The evidence that she bore him a daughter named Sarah also is correct.  She was indeed the holy vessel, the grail that carried the sacred bloodline of the houses of both David and Benjamin.

Pregnant when Jesus was crucified, she ran for her life, and the life of her unborn daughter, not just from the Romans and the Jewish authorities, but from Peter.  The Gospel she left us speaks of the conflict between her and Peter.  She told me that Jesus had intended that she, Peter and others carry his message forward.  Peter would not hear of sharing the responsibility of teaching Jesus’ gospel with her.

Here are her exact words to me. “Jesus had intended that both Peter and I carry his message.  Peter was to be the foundation, the support, for me as primary teacher.  This was not enough for Peter.  In those days, I often asked myself why Jesus had not foreseen Peter’s anger against me.  Now, of course, I understand why we had to leave, to travel to Egypt and then to Gaul, why Sarah was born in the blazing Egyptian sun, and why we became the Dark Goddesses, the Black Madonna, when we came to Gaul.”

She did indeed escape Jerusalem with Joseph of Arimathea to Egypt, then to Glastonbury, finally settling in Gaul, or what is now France.  During her years in Gaul she became known as the Black Madonna.  There are today statues of her around the world, although they are usually thought to represent Mary the mother of Jesus.  Mary Magdalene, not Jesus’s mother, was called Black Madonna not just because of her dark skin color, but because she was the unknown and hidden mother to Jesus’s daughter.  She continued to teach Jesus’ message until she died.

For some, the Grail quest is for the cup from which Jesus drank at the Last Supper.  For some it is the bones of the Magdala.  For others it is to be able to trace her lineage.  For others, the search for the Holy Grail is a search for gnosis, for knowing of oneself, which is ultimately unattainable.

None of the above information should surprise any of us who have followed this thread of the Grail legend.  It didn’t surprise me.  Instead it validated much of what I’d already read, including Mary Magdalene’s own gospel.

Here’s what did surprise me.  I asked the inevitable question:  why me?  Why come to a little pagan woman in a little town and ask her to deliver this message?  Here’s her response.

I’m not special.  There are many around the globe today who are receiving the same information from her.  (A Google search proved this to be true.)  Couched in various languages depending on the messenger, the lessons are very similar.  What does make me unique is, she said, that I can reach a certain audience that others can’t reach.  That means you who are reading this blog post.

In my next post, I’ll discuss more about Mary Magdalene’s true identity and why her message is so vital today.  More important, I’ll post her must urgent message for us all.

Mary Magdalene ended, as she has with every session, “May the light of the divine continue to dwell within you, beloved daughter.”

Blessed be,



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  1. Marnell April 6, 2017 at 5:42 pm

    Dear Sister. Could this Mary be the Mary that the Catholics teach who visited the children in Fatima? The children claim it’s was the Virgin Mary. I get the feeling that it wasn’t but it was Mary Magdalene.

    • Deb Bowen April 6, 2017 at 8:40 pm

      Hi Marnell, I don’t know the answer to your question. Mary Magdalene has not mentioned Fatima to me. I do believe that the Virgin Mary also does the work She is meant to do, and I think those children encountered Her. However, you are right, I think, that there is much confusion about which Mary is which in history, and particularly in regard to the Black Madonna. I’ll be posting on this topic soon. Thank you for your comment and blessings to you!

      • Marnell April 7, 2017 at 11:54 am

        Than you so much for responding- I can’t wait to read the rest of the story. I do like to go back and re-read your previous posts as I find more clarity each time. Thank you for being open and willing to listen to our Guides and Elders and for the courage and strength to bring the messages forward.

        • Deb Bowen April 7, 2017 at 1:21 pm

          Thank you again Marnell – more of the story coming next week. Blessings, Deb

  2. Caroline Reynolds April 3, 2017 at 4:15 pm

    This was very interesting to me as The Magdalene is one amongst my Spirit Team.
    I have read channeling that state that Jesus did indeed rise from the tomb after 3 days but Hat he live his life as husband to The Magdalene and that they did have children, traveling to U.K. & France.

    • Deb Bowen April 3, 2017 at 5:09 pm

      Hi Carolyn, thank you for writing. The story of the Magdalene and her relationship with Jesus hasn’t been the focus of my information from her. She gave me brief information about that, and then moved on to talk about her message for us today. Blessings, Deb

  3. Nikki April 2, 2017 at 5:48 pm

    My whole life I have been able to tell when someone is speaking the truth because I will get goose bumps and the hair on my arms will stand up. By the time I finished reading your post my whole body was electrified and entirely covered in goose bumps. I am so excited to hear more!!! Thank you for sharing.

    • Deb Bowen April 2, 2017 at 6:39 pm

      Thank you for your comment Nikki! I so appreciate you writing and hope you’ll stay tuned for the next installment, coming this week. Blessings, Deb

  4. Anne April 2, 2017 at 12:34 am

    Can’t wait to hear the “rest of the story”!

    • Deb Bowen April 2, 2017 at 4:10 pm

      Thank you for writing Anne! A new installment is coming next week – please watch for it. Blessings, Deb

  5. Amy T April 1, 2017 at 10:14 pm

    Each time I received an email from you entitled “Lesson from Mary Magdalene,” I had a sense that I should take heed. Now finally taking the time to sit and read all five, I’m hanging on every word! You are indeed the perfect person to share these lessons. Thank you so much for having the courage to do so. Eagerly anticipating your next installment!

    • Deb Bowen April 2, 2017 at 4:09 pm

      Thank you so much for your comments Amy! I feel both frightened and honored to be this messenger. Watch for a new installment this coming week. Blessings, Deb

  6. mariana March 31, 2017 at 9:36 pm

    Wonderful message, reading these lessons just feels so right.
    I agree with Anita, I also think this message, coming from you Deb, can reach those of us who are awakening and walking away from organized religion, in my case after angering my close family by rejecting their ‘faith’ and dogmas, I have struggled looking for trusted sources of information, it has taken a while, and now you are validating answers to what I have wondered since I was little, when I was told it was wrong to even question what was being taught to me. (I was raised in a catholic family-school-country) So now reading this here, is truly a gift to my soul, and for that I thank you from the bottom of my heart. Blessings Deb!

    • Deb Bowen April 1, 2017 at 1:33 am

      Thank you for your validation Mariana! Thank you for continuing to read the information I’m getting! Blessings, Deb

  7. Ursula Duffy March 31, 2017 at 1:13 am

    This is so wonderful!
    I’m thinking of something you said during one of the podcasts, about your research on the Holy Grail. You said you came to the realization that you are the Holy Grail. Doesn’t this make so much sense?!

    • Deb Bowen March 31, 2017 at 7:53 pm

      Thank you Ursula! There will be more written soon about how each of us is the Grail. The journey to my connection to Mary Magdalene never seems to end! Blessings, Deb

  8. Anita March 30, 2017 at 11:42 pm

    I am loving these lessons. I had been thinking also, why she choose you and the immediate thought that popped into my mind was that a pagan would have a better chance being heard over a Christian. You can reach those of us that are awakening and who no longer are defined by an organized religion. My roots are in Catholicism so I am hungry for the “rest of the story” and I can’t wait to learn what else Mary Magdalene has to teach us.
    Thank you for sharing her words!

    • Deb Bowen March 31, 2017 at 12:34 am

      Thank you so much Anita! Your comments mean the world to me, and I’m grateful for you continuing to follow as I record more of what I am learning! Blessings, Deb

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