Life after Death 2
Mary, Daughter of Elohim
Vol 1 of Enigmas of Easter
THIS is the
story of Mary Magdalen and the man upon whom one of the world’s great faiths
came to be based. Jenny acted, in effect, as a trance medium and Mary Magdalen spoke through her. This experience occurred in April/May 1986 when
we were living in the remote hills of North Wales overlooking the waters of
Liverpool Bay. In many ways, the wild hills of North Wales were akin to the
hills of Galilee overlooking the lake of which Mary often spoke. This book
sheds a rather different light on many biblical matters, both New Testament
and Old. Mary’s story does not fully agree with any one of the four Gospels,
but then, in so many instances, the four Gospels contradict each other. The
difference is that Mary’s story is that of a genuine eyewitness.
One thing which is especially notable in the Old
Testament is that sometimes the reference is to ‘Lord’ and sometimes to
‘God’, sometimes to ‘Lord God’. These translations reflect the different
words used in the original Hebrew and no doubt the differing origins of
various original texts. The question which Mary’s story raises is whether
the two names for god, Elohim and Jehovah, are really not two names for the
same God, but names for two very different gods which have been fused
together over time in a jumbled series of documents.
Over the centuries, many thinking people have been
disturbed that the nature of God portrayed in the Old Testament is at time
partisan, at other times downright evil. Parts of the Pentateuch are
particularly bad, and Joshua must surely be the worst book in the Bible.
Mary’s book gives a glimmer of whence these erroneous concepts of God arose.
This is the story of Christ, but with a difference. It is
the real life of Christ, stripped of the myth and magic with which both the
canonical books of the New Testament and the church have surrounded Him. It
is Christ, the man, as seen through the eyes of the woman who loved him but
also loved God, whom both she and Christ knew as Elohim.
Some interesting facts emerge about Christ's parents and
his early life, and his friendship with Mary as a child.
The book paints a vivid picture of life in Palestine two
thousand years ago, and of the lot of women in particular.
This is the tragic story of a good man trying to make men
understand about God, men who preferred religion to God because it fits more
comfortably into the established social framework
They were men who knew he spoke the truth but were too afraid to
stand out from the crowd, his uncertain friends, the disciples
and his one certain friend and follower, his wife.
She tells of his death at the hands of the establishment as a
sacrifice to their own false god of sacrifices.
some excerpts from Mary's story
Excerpt from Chapter 3
is such a long time
Yet such a short time
There were flowers everywhere
We'd pick them and make them into little posies
You wove them together and made garlands for my hair
How beautiful I was, you said
The sun came from the side
I was all golden
I felt like God's child from that moment
There was so much work to do as well
But we always got it done quickly to be together
I didn't like getting water
All the girls they jostled
I never felt right with it
They liked it
Gossiped and talked
They teased me
Because I wanted to spend time with you
Girls didn't spend much time with boys
But I wanted to spend the time with you
You were my brother
My only friend
Excerpt from Chapter 16
CHRIST is out on a boat on the lake with three others
Mary watching from hillside
They have stopped fishing
" I am here on my Father's Business
" You must understand
" You must go out and teach
" Just go forth into the towns
" And make the people understand
" Your lives will change
" Because the people will not like what you say
" They will treat you harshly
" You must do this for my Father's sake
" Haul in your nets again
" And you will have caught enough fish
" Cease fishing for today and go back to the beach"
And they were amazed at the amount of fish
They knew that he spoke the truth
They made a fire and cooked some of the fish
And he spoke of the wrong he saw
The wrong they saw
They didn't understand what was wrong
The people were poor
And were turning away from God
And blaming God
Other people were rich and greedy
But they were poor
Excerpt from Chapter 20
night he wanted to
He wouldn't let me be with him
He just wanted to be alone
I knew something was wrong
Then the villages and the town woke up
The roosters crowed
The sheep and goats started stirring
They took them out to the hills
And the women prepared food
And I couldn't find him
They said he was a prisoner
I knew something was wrong
They killed him!
I could do nothing
Nothing but weep
They took my beautiful love
And he was in such pain
From there you look down the valley
Places we had been together
Places we had walked and loved
Places where he had told me of his Father
Places where he had taught me
To be a woman not a whore
You could see them all
I knew he was in such pain
But very brave
I wish I could have died rather than him
Excerpt from Chapter 21
went to his Father
And he was at peace
His poor broken body
I kissed it
Then they made me leave
They dragged him away
How I loved that man
Then the soldiers said
"You can take the body"
They wanted nothing more to do with him
They had dragged him away
And then taken fright
And said "Take him away
"And do what you will with him"
So we prepared him
The body I loved so much was dead
I washed him
I bound his wounds as best I could
I knew it was too late
I anointed him
Tried to make him better
Even in death
And his friends took him
And put him in one of the caves
I looked my last on him
was the first story to be given to us. Ankhsoun’s story came a little later
(See Ankhsoun, Daughter of Ra). Ankhsoun’s story can be corroborated from
evidence from her time which still survives to this day, some of which
Egyptologists have never yet been able to explain satisfactorily. Perhaps
this is another reason why Tutankhamun’s tomb was intended to survive to
this era. It helps to authenticate Ankhsoun’s story and in turn her story
and the Web of Destiny help to authenticate Mary’s story. However, there is
little to directly authenticate Mary’s story, just as there is little to
externally authenticate the accounts of the four Gospel writers, Matthew,
Mark, Luke and John.
Evidence that Mary’s story is true also lies in the
prophetic knowledge exhibited by the ‘Source of Intelligence’ in the weeks
before the Lockerbie air disaster, the Mecca tunnel disaster, the first Gulf
War and Princess Diana’s death.
has happened in the last twelve years has done anything but reinforce for me
the truth of Mary’s words. Every time I read what she says, I am struck by the power
of her words.
an unshakeable conviction that we are all being warned. Mary gave her
warnings in 1986. In 1987, We tried to interest around 50 publishers in Britain, the
USA, Australia and New Zealand. The few that bothered to reply merely told
us that Ankhsoun's and Mary's stories did not fit their lists. But a couple
did steal ideas for book formats or titles. However, since that time, we have
come to understand much about meaningful coincidence. We have also had a lot
more communication from the dead, from those who are no longer trapped in
this world of space and time. What some of those have warned of, has been
amply proven to be true, such as the warnings of impending death given by
King Edward VIII, Duke of Windsor, prior to his possessions being sold by
Mohamed Al Fayed in 1997. The Dukes's warnings were ignored and Fayed's son
Dodi died with Princess Diana in the notorious Alma Tunnel car crash. On her
last journey in this world, Diana sped past the obelisk in the Place de la
Concorde. She probably didn't even notice it.
That obelisk links the stories
of all three women as is explained in the various books which we will be
publishing. It is even less likely that her eye would have been drawn past
the obelisk down to the church of the Madeleine. As I said, almost
certainly, the largest church in Christendom dedicated to Mary Magdalen and
that is the church in which I read the Lesson to which I have just referred,
warning of the signs of the impending End of the World.
The first direct warnings signs in the physical world of
the impending wrath of God or the End of the World first came through
coincidences in 1988 in connection with the inspired, if fictional, film
Seventh Sign. The next major sign came in 1994, with the Jupiter comet
collision where the Destiny Codes were very precise. The same code appeared
to us just before we sent the letter to Mohamed al Fayed in 1997 to confirm
that we should send it. In the last few years, the theme has become ever
stronger. One example is the closest approach of Mars, the god of War.
The signs over the last few years have powerfully echoed
Mary's early warnings and helped to authenticate her message. Below are
given the final words of Mary's warning. The illustrations are by the
inspired Victorian artist, John Martin who was born in 1789 and died in
1854. The three paintings illustrated below, his Judgement Triptych, were
painted between 1851 and 1853. They were his final works. They were put on
exhibition in Newcastle-on-Tyne on 10th February 1854. Seven days later, he
was himself called to God's Judgement. He died in the Isle of Man. There is
a whole web of intricate, interconnecting coincidences linking me to John
Martin which will be discussed elsewhere. Most of
these coincidences appear to have been woven into my life since the day in
the Tate Gallery in London in March 1991 when I accidentally discovered John
Martin whilst researching William Blake. But I now realise the first was put
in place in July 1966! I was quite heartened in about 1993 to discover
that, like me, John Martin, could not accept the vicious, unjust and
god of much of the Old Testament as being truly
God. Much of the Old Testament can only be a corruption by generations of
priests or scribes of one hue or another. But I have no doubt
of one thing. John Martin himself was
inspired by the same God who weaves the Web of Destiny
And now, here are Mary's final words to think about:
Excerpt from the final chapter of
Mary's story 'The Covenant'
GOD is angry
He will destroy mankind
He will shake the very earth
God will not be mocked.
His Time is now come!
More painting details
And all the world shall see
The Time is come
Of the One True God of All
And His Glory shall blaze
Throughout the Heavens
Heaven and earth
Are full of His Glory!
And those who have trusted in
Shall be one with Him
And shall know everlasting life
More painting details
For the rest
There shall be damnation
And eternal hell fire
They will surely know
That they have wronged God
God's Judgement is Final!
His Judgement is Just!
And each shall know
According to his ways
The Judgement of Almighty God!
More painting details
Mary Magdalen was sent to tell us the
story of Christ. A few months later Ankhsoun pa Aten was sent to
tell us the story of Akhenaten. And both women's coming was very
precisely timed in a way that we did not comprehend for five years.
Why were they sent? But there is another question. Why
have there been so many
cross-linkages between Christ and Akhenaten through our research over the
last nineteen years? So many times, strange
coincidences have brought to our attention intricate connections between
these two men.
Perhaps part of the answer lies in the events of
perhaps the most remarkable
juxtaposition which occurred on 17th
November 1991. Again, it
happened in Paris, in the
Church of the Madeleine.
The answer lies in part because
that lesson I was asked to read at the Madeleine
was Christ's words concerning the signs which would
precede the End of the World. Over the 20 years since I read that
lesson on the day appointed, God has chosen to give the signs so clearly
that the End of the World is nigh. Jenny's death was a key element of
the End times sequences allowing the truth about Ankhsoun's real purpose to
be revealed gradually over the following year. It is all about the
Second Coming. For more the latter part of our book
Predestination abc or A-Z ? - A Trainspotters Guide to Destiny.
Rev 22nd June 2008 11.43pm Rev 24th March
Other pages relating to Mary
A discussion of the element of destiny in Dan Brown's novel
being so popular now, relating as it does to codes and Mary
Magdalen. But this novel is about codes devised by the mind of man.
The true story of Mary Magdalen relates to the real Alpha and Omega
Codes. But these are codes which were devised by the Mind of God.
They authenticate Mary Magdalen's story and warn of the approaching
end times, beginning with America in 2005.
See also our later site
da Vinci Code site which shows the strange connections
between Dan Brown's novel and our own experiences over twenty years.
Is it really all just random chance? Brown's novel postulates
the survival of her silent bones. Our work proves the survival
of her far from silent spirit.
For much more see our book
The Alpha and Omega
Codes, Vol 2 of Enigmas of
Easter. This book describes
a huge amount of evidence which authenticates Mary's story. It
provides powerful evidence of external Design and the Hand of God in
our experiences, even down to the Scottish paper mill where we
bought the paper to print the book.
The Real Passion of
This article discusses the real passion of Christ,
the one that brought his death.