Mary Magdalene and the Divine Feminine: Jesus' Lost Teachings on Woman

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Summit University Press, 2005 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 316 pages
Elizabeth Clare Prophet examines controversial questions being asked today: What was Jesus' relationship with Mary Magdalene? Who is the Divine Mother? Is God only male? Mary Magdalene and the Divine Feminine explores the archetypal role of the Divine Feminine in Eastern and Western spirituality and helps to clarify the position of Mary Magdalene. Early Church leaders denied Jesus' message on reverence for Woman and on the inner feminine potential of both man and woman. As a result, his teaching was lost for 2,000 years and only recently rediscovered in ancient texts. Includes 55 black and white illustrations, 2 maps and 12 questions for discussion.
 

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Contents

Introduction
9
Foreword
15
CHAPTER 1 Jesus Prepares for His Mission
19
CHAPTER 2 Jesus Revolution for WomanThe Women of the Chur
45
CHAPTER 3 The GnosticsInheritors of Jesus True Teachings
69
CHAPTER 4 The Divine Feminine East and West
95
CHAPTER 5 Gnostic Teachings on Male and Female
127
CHAPTER 6 The Message Is Suppressed
157
CHAPTER 9 A Revolution of Theology in the Making
213
EPILOGUE The Universal Divine Feminine
223
Mary Magdalenes Memorial
229
Questions and Answers
231
Questions and Answers
233
Discussion Questions
283
Notes
286
Picture Credits
317

CHAPTER 7 Clerical Celibacy and the Doctrine of Original Si
177
CHAPTER 8 The Forgiveness of Mary Magdalene
193

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