This is a special day of remembrance of the Magdalene wisdom and the empowerment of the divine Feminine. Today we pay tribute to this beautiful Soul and her contribution to the ancient teachings. Let us today honor the divine archetype that Mary represented and manifested in her life over 2,000 years ago.
The Magdalene Energy lives within each of us, in the depths of our soul. This divine energy carries within it the healing and the love of our Creator. She is a teacher of teachers and taught alongside Jesus as they traveled the known world to spread the Word of Love and Compassion.
Join us today for a very unique and spontaneous activation into the heart of the Magdalene. We will invite all the Magdalenes to join us for this unique celebration. The Feast has begun. Partake of the bounty and the beauty for body, mind and soul. Receive the Magdalene Blessing dna code. Be prepared to receive deep womb healing and upliftment (sacral chakra/meridians).
Notes on the Magdalene:
“Precisely since she was an eyewitness to the Risen Christ, she was also the first to testify before the apostles. She fulfils the mandate the Risen Christ gives her: ‘go to my brothers and say to them … Mary Magdalene went and announced to the disciples, “I have seen the Lord”—and that he had said these things to her’. In this way she becomes, as is already known, an evangelist, or rather a messenger who announces the good news of the resurrection of the Lord; or, as Rabano Mauro and St. Thomas Aquinas said, ‘apostolorum apostola’, as she announces to the apostles what they in turn will announce to all the world. The Angelic Doctor is right to apply this term to Mary Magdalene: she is the witness to the Risen Christ and announces the message of the resurrection of the Lord, like the other apostles. Therefore it is right that the liturgical celebration of this woman should have the same level of festivity given to the apostles in the General Roman Calendar, and that the special mission of this woman be highlighted, as an example and model to every woman in the Church.” — Archbishop Roche.
The feast of St. Mary Magdalene is considered one of the most mystical of feasts, and it is said that of all the songs of the saints, that of Mary Magdalene is the sweetest and strongest because her love was so great. That love was praised by Jesus Himself who said that because much was forgiven her, she loved much. Where she is buried, no one knows. Legend has her dying in Provence, France, in a cavern where she spent her last days, and her body resting in the chapel of St. Maximin in the Maritime Alps.
– Excerpted from The One Year Book of Saints by Rev. Clifford Stevens
Woman With the Alabaster Jar: Detail from the Burne-Jones