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Mary Magdalene, in the New Testament - Luke 8:3, is mentioned as one of the women who ministered to him (Jesus Christ). It also tells of an exorcism on Mary that cast out seven demons.

These women, who earlier "had been healed of evil spirits and infirmities," later accompanied Jesus on his last journey to Jerusalem (Matt.27:55; Mark15:41; Luke23:55) and were witnesses to the Crucifixion. Mary Magdalene remained there until the body was taken down and laid in a tomb prepared for Joseph of Arimathea.

In the early dawn of the first day of the week Mary Magdalene, Salome and Mary the mother of James, (Matt.28:1; Mark 16:2; Gospel of Peter 12), came to the sepulchre with sweet spices to anoint the body. They found the sepulchre empty but saw the "vision of angels" (Matt 28:5). As the first witness to the Resurrection, Mary Magdalene went to tell Peter and John, (John 20:1, 2), (gaining her the epithet "apostle to the apostles") and again immediately returned to the sepulchre. She remained there weeping at the door of the tomb. The "risen Lord appeared to her, but at first she knew him not".

When he said her name she was recalled to consciousness, and cried, Rabboni. She wanted to cling to him, but he forbade her: 17 "Jesus said to her: Do not cling to Me, for I have not yet ascended to My Father; but go to My brethren and say to them. I am ascending to My Father and your Father, and to My God and your God."





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Topics include:
• Mary Magdalene and Jesus
• Tantra and other expressions of sacred sexuality
• Christianity and sexual oppression
• Plato vs. Jesus
prostitution vs. sacred prostitution
• the legality of sacred sexwork
• heterosexual and homosexual sexuality
• celibacy
• orgasmic energy

MAGDALENE UNVEILED, a 2-DVD set featuring the 90-minute documentary THE SACRED PROSTITUTE, takes us into the world of the ancient and modern sacred sexuality teacher/healer/ceremonialist, a world where sexual energy is a catalyst rather than an obstacle in the spiritual quest — a world where “sexual” and “spiritual” are intrinsically the same.