The Death of Mary Magdalene - Birth of Jesus Christ
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When I was in my twenties I came across a TV documentary seeking historical evidence for the biblical Jesus, and found my self a bit bemused and out of my depth when the research declared that there was in fact very little indication chronicling the life of this key historical figure. Not only did the programme leave me confused, it also left me quite shocked and angry, reminding that at an even younger age I had wholly accepted that what is known of Jesus’ life from a little after his birth until the age of 30, is exactly nothing. There isn’t even anything documented to say what he looked like. How can this be so for a person who has had a religion based upon him with millions of followers across the planet? A quick study of serious research available on numerous Internet sites now suggest that this historical Jesus was never a person but a symbol of the divine soul and that scholars have known this over the last 200 years, and worse still, the disciples, as they have been presented to us, also appear fictitious. There is no record of any Christ-like figure in Roman records, similarly in the Hebrew Talmud. The disconcerting additional fact is that we know virtually nothing about the personnel who wrote the Gospels. Kenneth Humphreys, British author of ‘Jesus never existed’ whom I met on the set of a Sky TV show in 2009, states in a private email, ’However plausible a historical Jesus might appear to the rational mind nothing at all substantiates that a figure approximating to the gospel Jesus ever walked the earth.’ This area of dispute has been investigated by far more capable and avid researchers than myself for centuries, unable to make widespread their findings for obvious reasons. To make matters worse, our current generation and their siblings, outside of subscription to the received Christian religion, don’t seem to care, for at Xmas time - which can only be validated with the birth of Jesus, surely - we now see a stronger and overpowering representation of a fictitious Santa Claus presence, he himself the image iconography of a 1920’s American Coca Cola advertising campaign. Even more confusing, the name ‘Santa’ is a pale anagram of ‘Satan’ and we could argue that another of the adversary’s title ‘Old Nick’ actually comes from Saint Nicholas who we are told was the template for the original gift bearing Santa myth. It’s all getting rather messy! So, we must ask, if our traditional image of the Jesus Christ figure is far less accurate than we are told, then why?
Given that I have inevitable vested interest in the enigmatic female called Mary Magdalene who in more recent hypothesis was allegedly married to Jesus and said to have spawned a Holy Bloodline, I began to worry a little. No Jesus, as we know him, surely meant no married Magdalene and child? This posed a serious hindrance to my work and conclusions, unless... there is another interpretation of events that until now nobody has ever thought of let alone announced. Let me begin to unfold this series of events as told from the Gospel of Dan Green. For to have a pregnant Mary - for a short while at least - we have to ponder who may have been the father of her child. The fact is that at the time of these events there where many people with the name of Jesus, it was quite a common name. Let us assume the possibility and favoured contemporary conspiracy theory that a male called Jesus - and who would soon be hoisted into a deified superstar figure in order to provide an organized religion with unrivalled power - did marry and impregnated a female called Mary Magdalene. This Mary figure who, after the tomb incident where she was first to visit the tomb of the rising Christ, simply vanishes from record, it is agreed, was character assassinated by the Catholic Church and added to their tarnishing of all things females and their ‘the Original Sin’ propaganda by informing us the lie that she was a prostitute. Was this Mary Magdalene a potent female, an actual spiritual Teacher who had a following whose reality was replaced by the Church with a contrived Jesus, Son of God, story line in order to cater to its deep-seated homosexual tendencies that have now been brought to light by the exposure of systematic and covered up Catholic Church child abuse in most countries if not all where Catholicism is rooted? The late controversial historian John
-et, I began to wonder if it was concerning this mystery of Mary and that maybe, after all, she was closer to the ‘Jesus’ figure we have been taught in Christianity than any living male by that name. Could this be the reason why the Templars were accused of trampling on the crucifix, as they knew it was not a male figure in the story, and why in 2004 the Bletchley Park code breakers announced the decoding of the Shughborough ‘Shepherds monument’ code to reveal ‘Jesus H Defy’ - the ‘H’ believed to stand for the Greek letter ‘Chi’ meaning ‘Christ’ - suggesting that we are to defy the traditional Jesus story? British author and biochemist Anthony Harris daringly suggested in his 1988 book ‘Sacred Virgin Holy Whore’ that Christ was a genetically and physically imperfect woman who set out to fulfil the prophecies of the Old Testament messiah while also carrying on the tradition of the Great Goddess religions, and with Mary Magdalene as a priestess. My thoughts are that this Mary was not a priestess to a female Jesus candidate, but in fact was that figure. Readers of my earlier works will now be familiar with my tools of uncovering information, a reliance on the workings of the Collective Unconscious, that mechanism whereby all of the earth’s history resides deeply within us and you simply cannot keep the truth from surfacing if only you know where to look for it and how to
Boswell argued a case for an approved outlet for homosexual priests in the Adelphopoiesis Rite, a marriage-like same sex union, practiced at one time by various Christian churches, citing the example of the icon of 4th century martyrs St Sergius and St Bacchus, which depicts both of them standing together with the figure of Jesus behind them assuming the role of best man. Given the worldwide sex abuse scandal, it is more than ironic that the origin of the place name ‘Vatican’ is of uncertain etymology attested from the Latin ‘Vaticanus, the second syllable of the word the area of the priestly abuse. It appears this Magdalene was completely written out of history along with her status. Given that somewhere between the years 1110 and 1120 the Knights Templar found a great secret hidden under the Temple Mound in Sion, Jerusalem, and that it is thought to conceal a great historical and religious secr-
St Sergius weds St Bacchus with Jesus as best man.
the egg, most fertile day for fertilization. In fact in obstetrics, the term ‘station’ is the measure of how far the baby has travelled down the birth canal, the term ‘fully engaged’ (and here we think of Jesus and Mary in terms of marriage) meaning it is ready to be born. Are we more correctly looking at the (Ge)Stations (gestations) of the Cross, ‘cross’ in this instance referring to the ‘X’ chromosome of the female? These Stations are sprinkled with terms alluding to pregnancy. There are three mentions of Jesus ‘falling’ on his journey (Stations 3, 7 and 11) and, of course, a woman ‘falls’ pregnant...It is on day 7 that the egg begins to develop, reaching maturity on day 11. At Station 4, he ‘meets with his mother’ suggesting the spark of life is at that point within the female parent for on day 4 the egg starts to develop in the follicle, and at Station 5 Simon of Cyrene carries the Cross for Jesus, ‘carrying’ being the term for a pregnant mother. At Station 6, Veronica wipes the face of Jesus, and it is from this encounter arrives the legend that when she paused to wipe the sweat off his face with her veil, his image was imprinted on the cloth. However, this imprint of Jesus on her cloth is actually replicating how external genital changes in an embryo develops six weeks after the fertilisation, in this case a sex determination of a boy (as the cross carrying Jesus in the story is male) for although genetic sex is determined at fertilisation, embryonic gender remains undistinguished for the first six weeks of development. At Station 8, Jesus ‘meets with the daughters of Jerusalem’ and the biblical reference to this encounter, Luke 21-23, has Jesus making yet another reference to motherhood, or the lack of it; ‘But woe to them that are with child..’ At Station 10 Jesus is ‘stripped of his garments’ which parallels with an egg, which if unfertile will cause the uterus lining to shed or
connect the dots. If we take a deep, psychological survey of the Stations of the Cross, the depiction of the final hours of the passion of Jesus as he carries his cross to Calvary, we will discover a veiled unfolding of the most important of female functioning, the gynaecological process of early conception and the journey of how an egg leaves an ovary to travel through the fallopian tube preparing for a possible pregnancy, a legacy and memory that is a transposition of a mythical male Jesus with a historical pregnant Magdalene figure. There are 14 Stations of the Cross, the 14th day in pregnancy being the day of ovulation when the rupturing follicle releases
The Stations of the Cross - symbolic female gynaecology. (See title pic)
-vated and deified male Jesus figure? This story line may be some two thousand years ago, but in that time human nature has changed little and powerful women who worry the residing male authority are usually removed, from Jean of Arc to the more recent examples of Princess Diana and Benazir Bhutto. Could a pregnant Mary Magdalene have been demised? Da Vinci’s painting ‘The Last Supper’ has had numerous alternative interpretations, many of those involving geometry and hidden imagery, but in my instance I will employ ‘Occum’s Razor’ and elect that the most simple and obvious implication in the painting is the one we should note, and that is the one which shows a Mary Magdalene to the left of Jesus, and not a John. The traditional betrayer of Jesus, Judas Iscariot, features behind Peter who with one hand is holding a knife and with the other is making a menacing gesture along the throat level of Mary. Doesn’t this simply suggest, as Leonardo does, that Peter, upon whom the Catholic Church was founded, had ill intent towards the Magdalene? Now, to take things a step further. If most of the characters as they appear in the New Testament are recorded for us in a less than accurate fashion to legitimize the claims of earlier churches, then maybe the story of a Christ figure’s betrayer is also out of a misnomer. The name of Judas Iscariot, be he real, exaggerated or otherwise in the given storyline, seems as if it originated from a very real bunch of Jewish assassins called the Sicarii. The trademark weapon of these rebels was a small dagger, the sicae. Hidden under a cloak it is the origin of the phrase ‘cloak and dagger’ meaning to concern or involve spies, secret agents, intrigue and mystery. In our transposed storyline which doubts that a male Jesus was betrayed by a Judas, could the reality be that Mary was betrayed and assassinated by the Sicarii? Evidence I have put forward in my movie documentary ‘The Murder of Mary Magdalene; Genocide of the Holy Bloodline’ shows that this Mary Magdalene, carrying an unborn child, met her death by dagger incision, most likely during a flight in France in the Rennes-le-Chateau area, her final resting place in Lincolnshire where it has always been said that that is where the Holy Grail resides - England. Was this the secret discovered by the Templars at the Temple Mound, that it was Mary who was the most important biblical figure and that she had been murdered? If the Church were content in its enforcement of a deified male Jesus as presented in the gospels, then whispers that such a figure had impregnated Mary Magdalene would have been most unwanted, unless this more recent counter culture of a potential holy bloodline is simply a clever hoax actually started by and to justify the Church claims and power, to perpetuate that there was a historical male figure who was indeed a Son of God. An unenvied and no-win position to be in, any historical form of a Jesus would be both enemy of the Roman administrators and the Jewish religious authorities alike. Whereas the former feared a loss of control by Jewish religious leaders might pave the way to a Jewish open rebellion, the latter also feared that Jesus would be able to control the people by usurping their power. In short, a Jesus figure threatened both the prefect Pilate’s position charged by Rome to keep peace in Judae, and the role of the Jewish high priests. The Sicarii, too, appear to have been caught up in an enmity of both Romans and Jews and to further their extremist ends would assassinate Roman officials and Jews who collaborated with them, and so they were not opposed to the pursuit of either faction. Modern interpretations of the 1st century Jewish Roman historian Flavius Josephus accord that the Sicarii were an extremist splinter group of the Zealots who were equally antagonists to both Roman and Jewish groups that raided Jewish habitations and killed those they considered apostate, eventually driven out of Jerusalem by fellow Jews. If, as I suspect, there was no Judas Iscariot as written who betrayed a male Jesus as written, there is a distinct possibility that the Sicarii may have followed a Mary Magdalene teacher in the hope that she was a political messiah who might just lead a revolt against Rome, and with her betrayal by assassination further hoped that the outcry would provoke a riot directed at the Romans. As it is customarily written, Jesus had disappointed the Zealots by hoping to change the heart of Man rather than the political structure of the day - perhaps this disillusionment with a hoped for figure made enemies with a Sacarii who had expected a backing of their politics? Retribution from these robbers and terrorists took the form of violence, assassinations and murder. It is known that the Sacarii often negotiate deals with the Romans by way of kidnap and bribery to bring about released prisoners. Did a disgruntled Sacarii do a deal with the equally unsatisfied figure presented as Simon Peter, allegedly a disciple close to Jesus who so disliked the Magdalene figure? Could he have even been a personality who simply disliked a female Jesus? Are we looking here, at evidence of a sacrifice, or, a ‘Sacarii-vice”? It may be that a Catholic Church contrivance promoted a ‘holy bloodline’, a ruse originating from an union between an ordinary man called Jesus and Mary to promote a deified and preferred male figure, or it may simply be that the ruse was to be seen to conspire to eradicate a holy bloodline from existence, again to consolidate that a male Jesus was divine and could not impregnate mere mortal. Either way, I fear that the dreadful and disgraceful secret once known by the Church is that a pregnant Mary was murdered and therefore could no longer pose a threat either as the original idea upon whom a male Jesus God was concocted, or could ever be proven to have lived long enough to have continued any ‘bloodline’. Ironically, the admonition “Penitence, penitence’ that accompanies the statue of Mary Magdalene at Rennes-le-Chateau may have come full circle on 15th April this year when, in the wake of the worldwide sex abuse scandal, Pope Benedict Ratzinger asked that all Catholics do penance and pray for their sins...is it possible that the Magdalene statue is to remind us that it is the Church, and not Mary, that must do penance for implication in her demise? Ken Humphreys continues in his email, ’The sacred feminine presented a particular challenge to the brash patriarchal cult of Christ and its votaries spared no effort in bringing the goddess to her knees and silencing her voice. In the diverse, passive women of the gospel yarn and, in particular, in the shadowy figure of
connexion in that he is invoked against demonic possession, and within Lincoln Cathedral we find a strange carving - of a frog appearing to be incising itself with a dagger, the explanation of this image, say the Cathedral, is to represent the seven devils being exorcised out of Mary Magdalene...a very strange almost surreal explanation indeed!! (Frogs can be symbolic of childbirth.) Ironically, Rue St Denis which is one of Paris’ oldest streets is now a notorious haunt for prostitution. Margaret, too, has a hidden connection with the Magdalene. As Margaret of Antioch, she is entwined with the legends concerning St Pelagia who was known as ‘The harlot penitent’, an undeniable resonance with Mary Magdalene. Long before they went to Jerusalem, the Knights Templar had castles in Antioch and therefore must have been aware of or acquainted themselves with the Margaret-Pelagia figure. Could it be that the St Margaret’s church that once stood opposite Lincoln Cathedral and protecting the concealed conclusion of our Quest, was a secretive Templar church, therefore confirming the legend that the Grail is concealed under a hidden Templar church somewhere in England?
And so, what may we have learned so far? That the figure Mary Magdalene was far more important in history than we have imagined, and that the greatly exaggerated historical figure of a man called Jesus, no divinity or son of God, may have been styled on Mary, an actual teacher with a following, to the point that aspects of what we have been given to believe about Jesus have been styled on the workings of the female body - the one thing a male church hierarchy so loathed. Is to ‘menstruate’ really the one thing this early church hated the most - indeed is it ‘men’s true hate’? Was this enigmatic Mary considered such a threat to a preferred emphasis on an ele-
Frog incising with a dagger,
'The Penitent Magdalene' by Francesco Hayez cryptically shows dagger incision down left abdomen
collectively referred to as ‘The Passion’. Priestesses of Bast dressed in her colour which was red, the same associated with the Magdalene. Some years ago when I began to study images of Mary’s alabaster jar I knew at the back of my mind that it was reminding of something but I struggled to recall where I had seen it before. I have since rediscovered that misplaced memory prompted by emphasis placed on an alabaster box rather than jar. We can find the outline of the object contained within the larynx, colloquially known as the ‘voice box’ and which generates sound and the spoken word. It is used each time we breathe, talk and swallow, the outer wall of cartilage forming the area of the front of the neck referred to as the ‘Adam’s apple’ named after the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden, the vocal cords being two bands of muscle that form a ‘V’ - symbol of the Grail chalice - inside the larynx.
I throw down the gauntlet to say there is no doubt that this charismatic woman Mary Magdalene, upon whom the male biblical Jesus figure was inspired, was truly the voice and spoken word of God...and that this responsibility, held by a female, was erased from living memory by a jealous male orientated Church both with a fear and loathing for female, bent, solely, on adoration of the male.
we can interpret a demised Magdalene wounded in her left abdomen, the culprit dagger being held by an angel to her left. By route of the Collective Unconscious, Luisa was afforded the nickname ‘Sheave’, for the identically sounding ‘shiv’, related from Scottish ‘schive’ meaning ‘to slice’, originates from the Romany word ‘shiv’, a slang term for a knife-like weapon, as seen held by the disembodied hand in Da Vinci’s ‘Last Supper’. The secret that could be kept no longer seems to have been retained throughout the family, for Pedro Roldan, Luisa’s father, studied with Alonso de Mena, in turn father of Pedro de Mena who in 1664 sculpted the polychrome wood ‘Mary Magdalene in penance’. In this beautiful life-like sculpture we see the Magdalene with her left foot thrust out to draw attention to her left side, the word ‘thrust’ meaning to stab, to pierce in a sudden or violent movement forward, her lips are open not to show she is breathing through her mouth, but taking her last breath.
'The Death of Mary Magdalene' by Luisa Roldan shows Mary incised in left abdomen, angel to left holds a dagger. (Click to enlarge)
Upon her left abdomen area we see a dagger knot tied on her sash, the very same knot we see worn by Jesus
The crypt of Mary Magdalene, le Carol, Baulou, showing incision left abdomen
'Mary Magdalene in Penance' by Pedro De Mena
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Mary Magdalene, is to be heard the faint echo of a life-affirming spirit and a far nobler principle.’ Did Mary Magdalene die by dagger at the hands of the Sicarii? I will call upon the Collective Unconscious for a moment and remind you how, in typography, the dagger, used first in Roman Catholic liturgical books, also represents the Christian cross, the mark in certain predominant Christian regions employed upon Christian grave headstones. In this sense, was the favoured symbol of the Christian religion unconsciously based on a dagger - the implement of its most shameful hidden crime? Lincoln Cathedral whereupon my work concludes, viewed from the air, is in the shape of the Cross of Lorraine or ‘double cross’ and was the heraldic device of the Knights Templar, keeper of the secret. Perhaps the secret they found under the Temple Mound was of a double cross, the phrase meaning ‘to betray.’ The female sex chromosome, note, is XX - a double cross. XY, the male chromosome, symbolically shows a male ‘Y’- with outstretched arms hanging on a cross - X.
There is some evidence that before, at and after the time of the Cathars who were exterminated for their belief in the alleged biblical Jesus figure being married to a Mary Magdalene who carried his child, the impending Grail legend had either originated (as
Wolfram Von Eschenbach thought) in Spain or had found its way there, none more so than in Catalonia, capital city Barcelona, south of the Pyrenees, where monks of Montserrat believe it to be buried there. It is therefore no surprise that the person responsible for a graphic presentation of the demise of Mary Magdalene by dagger, revealed in my movie, happens to be Spain’s first female sculptor, Luisa Roldan (1652-1706). In her sculpture
'Mary Magdalene with alabaster jar'
and primary emblem of the alabaster jar, or box, as it appears in the King James version of the bible. Although the
meaning of the name of the ancient Egyptian goddess Bastet also known as Bast, remains uncertain, Egyptian archaeologist and Professor in Egyptology Stephen Quirke explains it as meaning ‘She of the ointment jar’ (her name being written with the hieroglyph for ointment jar) and images of Bast were created from the local alabaster stone. Bearing in mind an alleged marriage and child between the biblical Jesus and Mary, it is noteworthy that the word ‘bastard’, meaning to be born out of wedlock originates from Bast. Another English Egyptologist, the renowned A. E. Budge, postulates that the name ‘Pasch’,
It now will become easier to understand why at Easter time, we cannot help but celebrate with eggs, now commercially shameful and of the chocolate variety, but unconsciously reflecting on the egg which is the ovum egg cell, the female gamete sex cell. A traditional associated with the Magdalene after Jesus’ death and resurrection tells how Mary gained an invite to a banquet held by Emperor Tiberius whereupon she greeted him holding a plain egg in her hand symbolizing the rising Christ. Upon Caesar laughing at the suggestion that Christ rising from the dead was as likely as the egg she was holding turning red, the egg suddenly did just that. From the Greek, another version tells of Mary putting a basket full of eggs at the foot of the crucifixion, symbolic of ovary eggs, painted red by the blood of Jesus. In both accounts we are being reminded that when the (white) egg fails to fertilise, it leads to the red of the oncoming returning cycle of menstruation. Biblical text John 17: 1 has Jesus saying, just prior to his betrayal and crucifixion, ‘Father, the time has come...’ and timing is what differentiates a fertilised egg from an embryo.
From Greek legend, Magdalene and egg...an ovarian, she in red of menstruation
The subject of the ‘Eleanor Crosses’ may well conceal a deeper insight into our Mystery culminating in Lincoln, given the subtle connexion of Queen Eleanor with the Magdalene. These crosses were monuments marking the procession route of Eleanor’s body on the way from Lincoln to Westminster Abbey. There were twelve crosses erected plus three tombs, Lincoln Cathedral, Westminster Abbey and Blackfriars, making 15 stations of the stopping /resting places of her body, or parts of it, the same number of stations of the Cross that found their way into Lincoln Cathedral sculpted in wood by William Fairbanks in 2006, for although not a traditional part of the Stations, the resurrection of Jesus is sometimes included as a 15th. Mary’s symbol is found at Station 12, at Stamford, a replacement modern monument carved with roses, and at Station 13, Grantham, where the mysterious ‘Wyville’ document was placed in the public library there, all that survives is a marble rose at the town museum. At Station 14, at St Katherine’s priory at Cross O’Cliff Hill in Lincoln on land once owned by the Templars, there is now a College with an exact copy of the Chartres Cathedral labyrinth, which confirms the importance of Lincoln having its own village named Jerusalem. The Chartres labyrinth can be divided into four quarters each quarter containing seven 180 degree or U-turns. The 7 x 4 offers up 28 changes in direction, the number 28 being key in how the Lincoln Cathedral Code resolved itself at its concluding marker tomb. Labyrinths were walked by monks as a form of penance, arriving at the centre called ‘New Jerusalem’. Has the Eleanor Cross legend, working backwards from London to Lincoln, enacted its own version of the Royal Route that led to St Denis in France, for these crosses bear a striking resemblance to the ‘Montjoies’ constructed at the end of the X11C and demolished in 1793? Starting with Dagobert I this location of the Merovingian necropolis has enjoyed a close associated with the French Royal house with almost every French King buried in the Basilica. Here, there is a coinciding with the Zero Meridian and a trail of blood oozing from the severed head of the Saint, reminding us of the severed head of St Margaret, the Lincoln Cathedral Code’s shepherdess. St Denis has another unexpected Magdalene
high up above Mary Magdalene holding child at the Judgement Porch of Lincoln Cathedral. Mary is staring at a crucifix and touching her breast as if to say she is looking at herself on the cross, the hidden message of the sculpture informing us that she, not a male, is this Jesus figure. I must also ponder on the meaning of her being pregnant, for, outside of carrying child ‘pregnant’ also means ‘of great or potentially great importance, full of meaning, significant and threatening’ - all easily applicable to what we suspect of the Magdalene.
What are we to make of this iconic female written out of the bible and history, portrayed as a prostitute ever afterwards, and the true nature of her identity? Other authors have postulated that Mary Magdalene was a priestess of a female cult possibly of Isis or Diana. I feel that we can find a clue from her inseparable legendary association,
records in ancient documents as being the older version of her name, and from this received the word ‘passion’ - Jesus’ redemptive suffering and death by crucifixion is
strip away so that the body can prepare for the next egg and potential pregnancy. Station 12 shows the splayed out arms of Jesus Christ hanging on the Cross, his extended arms a full representation of the fallopian tubes and womb that bleeds, as Christ in this respect is in all women. Station 13 sees his body removed from the cross, for it is at this point of death there is potential of a new birth (as noted in the tarot card 13, ‘Death’). In modern Israeli Hebrew, the name ‘Yeshu’ is given for Jesus, and sounds similar to the word ‘issue’ - the woman’s discharge of blood during a period. Station 14 shows Jesus is laid in the tomb, the fourteenth day of pregnancy when ovulation is most fertile, and it is at this point in the biblical text that Mary Magdalene comes to seek him. From biblical text we are told she thinks the tomb has been looted and he is no longer there. Let me draw attention to the working of the Collective Unconscious here. A ‘looted tomb’, a tomb looted of a corpse, becomes the ‘corpus luteum’ (‘loot tomb’) or what is left of the follicle after a woman ovulates.
'Jesus bleeding on the Cross...the outstretched arms of theFallopians, and the Womb'
There are also unconscious female reproductive references to the supposed location in this story, as Jesus has made his way to Calvary. It is not possible to pronounce the word ‘Calvary’ without noting that as we pronounce the syllable ‘Cal’ there appears the enunciation of an ‘o’ as we reach the second syllable, providing us with a ‘Cal-ovary’, a reference to an ovary. The Garden of Gethsemane, where, curiously Jesus bleeds as he bends down (Luke 22:54-62) - as a menstruating woman might - contains the phonetic ‘gets semen’. Even the last reputed words of Jesus on the Cross, It is finished’ can be deemed the end of the ovulation cycle. Still today there is debate over the inscription ‘INRI’ put on the cross, allegedly an acronym for ‘Iesus, Nazarenus, Rex Iudaeorum’ to translate as “Jesus of Nazareth, king of the Jews’, for there is another version, a medieval motto from the Rosicrucians who employed the rose symbology of Mary Magdalene, ‘Igne Natura Renovator Integra’ meaning ‘By the fire Nature is restored in purity’..the fire of synonymous heat, the term used as ‘ in estrus’ or ‘in heat’ while in that part of the estrus or menstrual cycle, estrus referring to the phase when the female is sexually receptive.
Top: An open larynx
Bottom: The voice box