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Discover the mysteries...

Stained glass window Myrtle Filmore's Chapel at Unity Temple on the Plaza, Kansas City - Anointing the Head - At the bottom of the window reads: Truly I tell you, wherever the gospel is preached throughout the world, what she has done will also be told, in memory of her.” Mark 14:9)

Discover the Mysteries:

The Gospel of Mary was first found in Cairo in 1896. Later more fragments were found. A papyrus book was apart of the famous clay jars that were in the desert of Nag Hammadi near Phou, Egypt so it is sometimes referred to as part of the Nag Hamadi Library.

This book ended up in the possession of Swiss psychologist Carl Jung. However it was not until the recent explosion of interest of the Da Vinci Code book written by Dan Brown, did we see any real visibility of the Gospel of Mary Magdalene. People were not so aware until then, of the new possibility of a different story about just who Mary Magdalene was.

What is the biblical prophecy that Jesus made about the rise of Mary Magdalene that we see now in present time?

Why did she anoint Jesus?

How did she come into possession of such an expensive jar of Spikenard anointing oil?

Was she a prostitute?

Why did the Catholic Church officially repeal in 1969 their position that Mary Magdalene was supposedly the women at the well being stoned for prostitution?

What is the biblical prophecy that Jesus made about the rise of Mary Magdalene that we see now in present time?

Jesus predicted in Matthew 26:13 that a time would come when Mary’s deeds would be remembered and discussed. This is thought to be one of the real reasons that she has risen 2,000 years later in such a powerful way.. You may be surprised to learn what that was.

Jesus actual prophesized the rise of Mary Magdalene in Matthew 26:13 and that she would be recognized for her significant role that she played:

New Living Translation (©2007)

"I tell you the truth, wherever the Good News is preached throughout the world, this woman's deed will be remembered and discussed."

English Standard Version (©2001)

"Truly, I say to you, wherever this gospel is proclaimed in the whole world, what she has done will also be told in memory of her.”

We offer a special moonrise service in her memory for her actions. To learn more about this go to the special events page.

Some of the Disciples rejected her while others clearly stated that Jesus did not want that. It also helps us to understand the super important role Mary played in the start of early Christianity.

Why did she anoint Jesus?

Scholar, Margaret Starbird, author of The Woman with the Alabaster Jar, who set out to prove wrong the notion of their marriage (as a horrified good Catholic woman about this idea) found evidence in support of their possible marriage. She suggests that one piece of evidence is the tradition that it is the Bride who anoints the King.

She came with the oil in her possession. The jar of Spikenard anointing oil is estimated to be worth between $25,000 to $50,000 dollars in today’s dollars.

In Luke chapter 8, we learn that Mary Magdalene was one of the financiers of Jesus's minister. She was a wealthy woman.

Was she a prostitute?

No. It turns out that not only was she a wealthy woman, but the Gospel of Mary illuminates for us how enlightened and powerful she was as a leader, the Apostle to the Apostle.

In the Gospel of Mary translated by LeLoup, is where we learn from them that in 1969 the Catholic Church officially repealed Pope Gregory’s labeling of Mary as a prostitute, in his Holily 33 preached in AD 591. The Catholic Church now claims there is no evidence in the Bible that Mary was a prostitute.



Please join us in helping to fulfill Jesus’s prophecy. To spread the Gospel of Mary Magdalene you can help by going to our Gospel of Mary Fan page on Facebook and “like” our page which will help spread the awareness of her Gospel to your like-minded friends that she has her own Gospel.

To see what special events and classes are being offered go the book study events page called Gospel of Mary Magdalene Book Study Series or

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(This site is new so it is evolving, please come visit us again for updates.)

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