The Murder of Mary Magdalene: Genocide of the Holy Bloodline

  • metta

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    Mar 11, 2010 11:13 PM GMT
    The Murder of Mary Magdalene: Genocide of the Holy Bloodline
    http://www.reality-entertainment.com/films/titles/the-murder-of-mary-magdalene



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClRdJaV68mM



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    The Murder of Mary Magdalene – Genocide of Holy Bloodline Exposed -

    Reality Entertainment is pleased to present The Murder of Mary Magdalene: Genocide of the Holy Bloodline, a new film that explores the concept that the Catholic Church was implicit in a Holy genocide.

    Dan Green has spent many years on a quest to uncover many secrets based around his home City of Lincoln, England, but nothing has come close to his latest shocking revelation that there is evidence for the actual murder of Mary Magdalene and the child she was carrying at the time – the child, according to Green, of Jesus Christ himself.

    Thoroughly prepared for a “Dan Brown” backlash, Green has learned that sometimes such secrets are knowingly safeguarded and coded by secretive societies. This, according to the author, is when the mysterious mechanism of the Collective Unconscious will ensure key words, phrases and pictorial clues are perpetuated by the unwitting medium of the human agency, waiting to be intuitively spotted and gathered up like a 'join the dots' puzzle to preserve a true memory picture. Painters, he says, may unwarily and innocently paint clues on their canvass, and sculptors may carve anomalies on their architecture without the knowledge that they play their part in defending a lost or deliberately hidden truth. Unlike human nature, the Collective Unconscious cannot be bribed, does not lie, and controls the timely slow release of information. Utilizing both avenues of revelation and synchronicity, Green has assumed the mantle of a real life British Indiana Jones and Robert Langdon while becoming an untiring human search engine.

    The film is a roller-coaster ride into the world of the esoteric and follows Green and his team as they enter secret tunnels in old Lincoln to find the last burial place of Mary Magdalene herself. Not even The Da Vinci Code could prepare the viewer for a tale as big as this.

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    Mar 12, 2010 1:31 AM GMT
    **YAWN**

    If this topic is dealt with with more credulity than that topic on ghosts.... I may just go ape shit.
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    Mar 12, 2010 1:37 AM GMT
    The name of the book and the movie escape me at the moment, but this isn't the first film or documentary to delve into the possibility that Mary Magdalene was the wife of Jesus and that there is a holy bloodline.
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    Mar 12, 2010 1:57 AM GMT
    metta8 said...there is evidence for the actual murder of Mary Magdalene and the child she was carrying at the time – the child, according to Green, of Jesus Christ himself.

    If she was pregnant with the child of Jesus, then she was murdered within months of the crucifixion. No church or coherent organization had yet developed among the handful of followers. So who masterminded this murder, at the other end of the known Roman world?

    BTW, the video clip shows this dramatic exploration of ancient stone passages and such, but I note that the video camera is always already there to record the scene, ahead of the "explorer" and his playacting. Not a very convincing trailer in my view.
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    Mar 12, 2010 1:58 AM GMT
    ErikTaurean saidThe name of the book and the movie escape me at the moment, but this isn't the first film or documentary to delve into the possibility that Mary Magdalene was the wife of Jesus and that there is a holy bloodline.

    "Holy Blood, Holy Grail" is one such book.

    http://www.amazon.com/Holy-Blood-Grail-Michael-Baigent/dp/0440136482
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    Mar 12, 2010 2:25 AM GMT
    Red_Vespa said
    ErikTaurean saidThe name of the book and the movie escape me at the moment, but this isn't the first film or documentary to delve into the possibility that Mary Magdalene was the wife of Jesus and that there is a holy bloodline.

    "Holy Blood, Holy Grail" is one such book.


    I read it in college. It was quite fascinating at the time. I think I would be a bit more critical if I read it again. I still can't believe the authors lost their lawsuit against Dan Brown.
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    Mar 12, 2010 4:40 AM GMT
    All of this "conspiracy theory" surrounding Mary Magdalene and Jesus presupposes that Jesus actually existed.

    All non-biblical proof of Jesus' existence has already been proven a forgery. Why speculate if we don't have proof of his existence.
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    Mar 12, 2010 7:44 AM GMT
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    ErikTaurean saidThe name of the book and the movie escape me at the moment, but this isn't the first film or documentary to delve into the possibility that Mary Magdalene was the wife of Jesus and that there is a holy bloodline.

    "Holy Blood, Holy Grail" is one such book.

    http://www.amazon.com/Holy-Blood-Grail-Michael-Baigent/dp/0440136482


    I read that when all the Dan Brown stuff was flying around because I heard he had stolen a lot from it. Pretty interesting read.
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    Mar 12, 2010 8:10 AM GMT
    Pinny said
    All non-biblical proof of Jesus' existence has already been proven a forgery. Why speculate if we don't have proof of his existence.

    Homo say what? I'll give that most non-Christian sources accounting for Jesus as a person are open for debate (to be fair, pretty much everything from more than 100 years ago is open for debate), but saying that "All non-biblical proof of Jesus' existence has already been proven a forgery" is a pretty bold and ultimately (in a historical context) very silly statement to make.
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    Mar 12, 2010 1:55 PM GMT
    Absolutely not, I'll find the articles at work today. There are about three credible sources who are often cited by Christians as proof of Jesus' existence that are extra-biblilcal/christian: Tacitus, Josephus, and Pliny the Younger.

    Josephus' manuscript is considered largely a forgery or what we have is a gross corruption of the text. If it is the latter, there is scholarly evidence that Josephus talks about Jesus slightly. Again this text is up for a lot of debate if it is corrupted.

    Pliny the Younger has a small quote but it in no way proves Jesus existed, just the idea that the Galileans were not worshiping the Roman emperor; they were instead worshiping a "Christ".

    Tacitus (writing is 80 years after Christ's death) only talks about how the people Nero is persecuting are called "Christians" and derive their name from "Christ". That proves nothing other than the establishment of a religion but never the proof of a historical Jesus.
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    Mar 12, 2010 4:54 PM GMT
    But the second part Josephus' reference is credible because it DOESN'T mention Jesus per se.... but rather James, and it's referenced something along the line of James, brother to Jesus. Or something of that nature.

    But I stand by my point; making the claim that things are "proven to be a forgery" is completely ridiculous. While yes, I concur that there certainly is reason to doubt some of the references, almost nothing from 2000 years ago can be definitively "proven". To this day we discover more and more that alters our knowledge base. The Staffordshire Hoard, for example. Who knew that less than a year ago someone would stumble upon the largest Anglo-Saxon treasure ever found. So it's really arrogant to say that anything from that era has been "proven." If it were so soundly proven, why would there still be debates about it?
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    Mar 12, 2010 5:03 PM GMT
    YAWN!icon_rolleyes.gificon_rolleyes.gificon_rolleyes.gif
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    Mar 12, 2010 5:25 PM GMT
    THE DEVIL MADE THEM DO IT!
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  • ATLANTIS7

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    Mar 12, 2010 5:33 PM GMT
    l read an interesting book called Magdalene and sorry l don't have the author as l left it in the UK.

    She devoted herself to Jesus and went everywhere with him and the 12 disciples so he did not have 12 men with him only?
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    Mar 12, 2010 5:45 PM GMT
    Pinny saidAll of this "conspiracy theory" surrounding Mary Magdalene and Jesus presupposes that Jesus actually existed.

    All non-biblical proof of Jesus' existence has already been proven a forgery. Why speculate if we don't have proof of his existence.


    Dude are you for real?

    Stop with the nonsense speech. If I didn't know better, I would believe that you have now resorted to drinking what that SouthBeach idiot has been imbibing these many years.