The Magdalene Version: Secret Wisdom from a Gnostic Mystery School [NOOK Book]

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For the past twenty years, Stuart Wilson and Joanna Prentis have been explored the early Essene community, the life of Jesus, and the power of the teachings of Mary Magdalene through the use of past life regression. In the course of these sessions, some fascinating previously unknown information emerged, including:

•Jesus survived his ...
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The Magdalene Version: Secret Wisdom from a Gnostic Mystery School

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Overview

For the past twenty years, Stuart Wilson and Joanna Prentis have been explored the early Essene community, the life of Jesus, and the power of the teachings of Mary Magdalene through the use of past life regression. In the course of these sessions, some fascinating previously unknown information emerged, including:

•Jesus survived his crucifixion and was spirited away from the tomb.
•There were a number women disciples led by Mary Magdalene.
•The secret role of the Order of Melchizedek in the Essene Community.
•Jesus did not stand alone, but had the full backing of the Essene community, led by Joseph of Arimathea.


Expanding on the information conveyed in their first two books, The Essenes and Power of the Magdalene, Wilson fully explores, with the assistance of the Essenes, the ancient mystery teachings of Mary Magdalene and Jesus that have never been revealed before. We have the authentic voice of Mary Magdalene speaking at length within Gatherings of the Mystery School she led on the island of Cyprus. In addition, Wood explores first century Gnosticism. With clarity, he demonstrates that rather than being a Christian heresy, Gnosticism was a spiritual path in its own right--a path that developed on a parallel track to first century Christian orthodoxy.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148876236
  • Publisher: Ozark Mountain Publishing, Inc
  • Publication date: 11/4/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 285
  • Sales rank: 429,374
  • File size: 607 KB

Meet the Author

Joanna Prentis: I was born in Bangalore in southern India. When I was nearly three, my family returned to Scotland where I spent my childhood and teenage years. After leaving school, I traveled extensively, married and lived in Hong Kong for two years and then ten years in the bush in Western Australia, where my three daughters were born. It was there that my interest began in alternative medicine and education, organic farming, metaphysics and meditation. With a local nurse, we ran a Homeopathic and Radionic practice.
I returned to the UK in 1979 and later trained as a Montessori teacher, educating my two youngest daughters, Katinka and Larissa, at home for a few years. I now have three beautiful grandchildren.
I did several healing courses and have a foundation diploma in Humanistic Psychology. I also trained with Ursula Markham and have a diploma in Hypnotherapy and Past Life Therapy.
With my eldest daughter Tatanya, I set up the Starlight Centre in 1988, a centre for healing and the expansion of consciousness. Over the years, Tatanya has introduced us to many innovative techniques and interesting people.
In 1999 we closed the Centre to focus on producing our books. I continue with my Past Life work, and readers now connect with us from all over the world.
You can visit Joanna at her website: www.foundationforcrystalchildren.com

Stuart Wilson is a writer on new perspectives. His perceptions have been developed through 30 years of working with groups committed to personal growth. For nine years, Stuart co- focalized (with Joanna Prentis) the Starlight Centre in the West of England, a centre dedicated to healing and the transformation of consciousness.

He writes about this period:

“It was inspiring and fascinating but also exhausting! A stream of visitors came in to the Centre, mainly from the United States and Australia, but some also from Europe. We had an amazing and mind-bending time sitting at the feet of internationally respected spiritual teachers and workshop leaders.”

Part of the work of the Centre was research into past lives, and this led to his collaboration with Joanna to write The Essenes, Children of the Light and Power of the Magdalene, both published by Ozark Mountain Publishing.

You can visit Stuart at his website: www.foundationforcrystalchildren.com.
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