Divine Pharos

Book 11
Mary Magdalene and Mankind

Before we start talking about any one entity that has incarnated during the time when Jesus Christ walked on Earth it is important to have an understanding of the environment, living conditions, beliefs, traditions and tensions that prevailed at that time. It is also essential to have an open mind about the sayings, actions of the people of those times and the relationships that we think may or may not have existed between them.

Furthermore, it is essential that we explore more deeply the relationship between men from various ethnic backgrounds and religions, their positions in society and also the bond between men and women.

You may find this book confronting and controversial and not easy to understand on the first read. I am only asking that you read it with an open mind questioning what you just have read and afterwards making up your own mind, always remembering that each one of us has a free will which enables us to decide and act. When the Heavenly ‘Judge’ asks you why? Your feeble answer ‘they told me to’ or ‘I did not know’ will not assist in your ascent.

The various sections in the book are printed in both normal and italic scripts. The text printed in normal typeface are translations of messages as communicated by Heavenly spirits during séances at the Spiritualist Society of Athens ‘The Divine Light’. The original and other texts can be obtained from their web site: www.divinelight.org.gr.

The text printed in italic script are provided from various earthly sources including my own understanding of a number of channeled texts and my own personal thoughts that may assist you with your understanding.

To clarify and emphasize: the spiritual Truth as given by the various spirits is provided in normal type. The text printed in italic provides human supplementary information. The images provided are obtained mostly from Wiki commons.

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