Who Was Mary Magdalene?

Mary Magdalene the wife of Christ to some, a prostitute to others and the linear blood line of Christ according to author Dan Brown and his books. But who was this mysterious character?

Magdalene the story: Mainstream version:

“When Christ preached in the country she came – by God’s providence – into the house of Simon the leper for she had heard that Christ was going to eat there. Not daring to sit among the just because she was a sinner she walked straight up to the Lord, washed his feet with her tears, dried them with her hair and anointed them, for it was the custom that the people used ointments for the heat of the sun was great. Simon the Pharisee thought “If this were a prophet he would scarcely allow himself to be touched by a sinner.” But the Lord punished him because of the superficiality of his justice and forgave the woman for all her sins.

This is the Mary Magdalene upon whom God bestowed such great grace and to whom he made evident so many signs of love. He expelled seven evil spirits from her and inspired in her the love for Him. He made her a special friend, a great hostess and a help on His road. He excused her at all times with great love, defended her against the Pharisee who had called her impure, against her sister who had accused her of idleness, and against Judas who had called her a spendthrift. And whenever he saw her weeping he wept, too”

(End of mainstream narrative)

I have researched the workings of the human body extensively and I have been able to attribute the biblical characters and stories to such workings of its genetics.  As with all the characters I have researched Mary Magdalene is no different.  Magdalene in Hebrew means Tower and she was known as the ‘Tower of Fishermen’.   So who was she?  Within the brain we have the 3 Mary’s namely the Virgin Mary, Mary of Bethany and of course Mary Magdalene. (I will reveal who the other two Mary’s are in a future article).

Mary of Magdala is really the Amygdala within the human brain which is so positioned that it witnesses the Crucifixion of the Christ and also his leaving of the tomb which is referring to the Cerebellum.  I have also discussed in my books the true identity of Christ and the other famous biblical characters whereby I have gone very deep into the details of my claims which are eye opening and a shock to some systems.

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The Amygdala is the one of the four basal ganglia in each cerebral hemisphere that is part of the limbic system and consists of an almond-shaped mass of grey matter in the anterior extremity of the temporal lobe; called also amygdaloid nucleus.  The amygdala is responsible for the perception of emotions such as anger, fear, and sadness, as well as the controlling of aggression.

The amygdala helps to store memories of events and emotions so that an individual may be able to recognize similar events in the future. For example, if you have ever suffered a dog bite, then the amygdalae may help in processing that event and, therefore, increase your fear or alertness around dogs. The size of the amygdala is positively correlated with increased aggression and physical behaviour.

The amygdala in humans also plays a role in sexual activity and libido, or sex drive (Mary Magdalene the Prostitute)

It is the female counterpart of the divine masculine, the Christ! (The Wife of Christ)

So Mary Magdalene is part of our brain and compliments our own Christ!  And when I reveal the true identity of Christ you will be amazed!

Thank you once again

Best wishes

Michael Feeley

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