Posts Tagged “Nag Hammadi Library”

The Cross, The Gospel, Mohammed Ali and COMMON SENSE

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The Cross, The Gospel, Mohammed Ali and COMMON SENSE

2,000 years ago The Cross was NOT a religious symbol or piece of jewelry The Cross was ancient Rome’s method of capitol punishment The gospel translates to “good news” and Mohammed Ali was a Bedouin who changed history in 1946 By Eileen Fleming Two thousand years ago the Cross had NO symbolic religious meaning and…

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Mary Magdalene and Resurrection of Crone Wisdom

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Mary Magdalene and Resurrection of Crone Wisdom

Mary Magdalene literally translates as Mary the Magdalene or Mary of Magdala, Mary Magdalene was Jewish and the New Testament reports Mary Magdalene witnessed the public torture, crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus 

 By Eileen Fleming Mary Magdalene is named at least 12 times within the four Gospels, which is more than most of the 12 apostles. 

Based on texts of the…

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