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From: BARILOCHENSE6999  (Original message) Sent: 31/03/2019 01:34

“The eye sees only what the mind is prepared to comprehend.” 

(Robertson Davies)

Statue of Liberty flanked by Mary Magdalene

Mary Magdalene, the light bearer

On October 5th 1904, the sculpture of the Statue of Liberty, Frederic Bartholdi, passed away in Paris suffering from tuberculosis.  U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt sent a message of condolence to his wife on behalf of the American People:

"Forever true to the brotherhood, Bartholdi took the secret of Lady Liberty's identity to his grave"

Frederic Bartholdi unveiled his colossal sculpture of the Statue of Liberty in a public ceremony on October 25, 1886.  The Statue of Liberty in New York was a gift from the French Grand Orient Temple Masons to the Masons of America in celebration of the centenary of the first Masonic Republic. Like Leonardo Da Vinci, Frederic Auguste Bartholdi was a world renowned artist and a member of a secretive brotherhood, the Freemasons. Like Da Vinci, he coded secret knowledge about Mary Magdelene into his work.  It is also noted that the cornerstone of the statue records how it was laid in a Masonic ceremony.

The Freemasons themselves have been connected with a mysterious order called the Knights Templar, supposed protectors of the holy grail.  After the Templars some people say they went into hiding and continued their work in secret, only to reemerge in Europe during the 1700s as the modern Freemasons.


Mary Magdalene, The Light Bearer.
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It is also by no surprise that both the Freemasons and Knights Templar have a special connection to Mary Magdalene.  Mary is a misunderstood figure, rejected by the church, beloved by the Knights Templar and Freemasons who looked at her as a symbol of wisdom and struggle against the persecution of the church.

There are three main features on the Statue of Liberty that can be related to Mary Magdalene.  The first being the crown with its seven spikes.  The seven spikes are supposed to represent the seven seas and seven continents of the world, according to the Web sites of the National Park Service and the Statue of Liberty Club.  But the seven has special links to Mary Magdalene, most notably the "seven devils" which were taken out of her in the bible.  As seen on this website however, this was more likely to have been the activation of the seven chakras, either way the number seven is there.  The second feature relates to the spikenard oil that Mary Magdalene has on most of her portraits in her small jar, which is used to annoint Jesus, is also significant.  The word Spikenard in Hebrew is Nard and translates as Light, which fits perfect with the light from the torch that the statue of Liberty holds.  

Another feature is the chains wrapped around the feet of The Statue of Liberty indicating a woman starved of freedom from her repressors.  Its no secret that the church "authorities" have long considered Mary Magdalene a dangerous woman. They labelled her a prostitute then covered up the major role she had in the early establishment of Christianity.  The Gnostics on the other hand held Mary Magdalene in high esteem and gave her the title of "light bearer".

There is also a theory that The Statue of Liberty is around six months pregnant which if true, could repersent the secret bloodline of Jesus and Mary Magdalene.  In close inspection The Liberty Lady does ballon out somewhat at the mid-section but it is not clear cut.  Having said that it does appear odd that with her powerful face, neck and muscular arms and the fact she is trim and fit that her robes should hang down in a straight line, not arc out at the midriff. Did Bartholdi intentionally build his statue to appear pregnant beneath the folds of her robe?  Is this the freemasons hidden message of knowledge about the real Mary Magdalene?


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From: BARILOCHENSE6999 Sent: 31/03/2019 01:52

“The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.”

---- George Orwell

My own reproduction of the Templar relics in the form of a female silver head containing a couple of skull bones of a small woman with the word Caput LVIII M.

Templar Foundations

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Brass Plate
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During my past life regression along with my spiritual portrait, my research on Mary Magdalene and my conversations with various mediums and historians there is one group of people who keep cropping up time and time again, The Knights Templar.

The Templars were founded around the year 1118 as an order of fighting monks whose job was to protect the pilgrims visiting the Holy land.  It must be noted here however that no evidence has suggested the Templars actually carried out this particular task.  Moreover, there have been suggestions their actual task was for something else like excavation work.  It’s also important to note that the order began with only nine members for the first nine or so years which would have made it very difficult to cover all pilgrim routes to the Holy land.

By 1127 the Templars had established themselves in Western Europe with countries including Portugal, France, England and Scotland.  The church had even officially recognized them as a religious order dedicated to the defence of Christendom.  Further down the line in 1139, a papal bull was issued that the Templars would owe allegiance to the pope only, making them immune to political and religious authorities.  


Old antique Templar pendant
Magdalene Vault

However during the latter part of the 12th century the Templars were facing serious problems.  The Templars enormous wealth and influence which had built up over a number of years brought them into growing opposition to the Church and worldly monarchs.  The Knights Templar were accused of many heinous crimes including denial of an immortal Christ, ritual murders and of worshipping a bearded head called Baphomet to name but a few. 

It all came to a head in 1307 on Friday, October 13th, Jacques de Molay, Grand Master of the Templars and sixty of his Knights were imprisoned in Paris. In 1312 the pope officially dissolved the Knights Templar Order and then in 1314, after Jacques de Molay was burned alive, it seemed that the Knights Templar had ceased to exist, yet the Order continued in other countries under various names.

The Templars venerated Mary Magdalene and to them she represented Sophia, the female side of god.  The word Sophia means “wisdom” and many people believe Sophia came to earth in the body of Mary Magdalene herself.  During the Templars inquisition, one accusation amongst many was the worshipping of a goat head called “Baphomet”.  It was not apparent why the Templars would worship such a thing until you apply something called the Atbash Cipher.  This code was used as early as 500BC and was found to be used in some of the Dead Sea scrolls.  When applied to the name Baphomet we get the name Sophia!

Relic and Cathars

Antique engravings from an old french book showing scenes from the Cathar crusade at Montseguer & the massacre at Beziers.
Magdalene Vault

Whilst on the subjects of heads, the Templars also had in their possession an interesting relic in the form of a female silver head containing a couple of skull bones of a small woman.  It also came with a label on which read the following; Caput LVIII M (Head 58M).  At first glance the message is a just a random few numbers and a letter but when you add five with eight you get thirteen.  The letter M is the thirteen letter of the alphabet and together with the other M we have a double hit. Could this female relic have been the bones of Mary Magdalene?  It is also noteworthy that the bones themselves were wrapped in a red cloth, the colour most associated with Mary Magdalene.

With the worship of Sophia through the disguise of Baphomet along with the 58M female headed relic we can possibly assume that the Templars regarded the importance of Sophia and acknowledge her human existence in the form of Mary Magdalene.  It would not be the first time that both Sophia and Mary Magdalene have had a connection.  In one Gnostic Gospel called The Pisits Sophia, Mary Magdalene plays a central role.  It contains 46 questions in the dialogues of which 31 are asked by Mary Magdalene herself.

The Templars also had a connection with the Cathars, a Christian dualist or Gnostic movement which arrived in France around the 12th century.  Like the Templars, they held Mary Magdalene in very high esteem calling her the femine aspect of the divine and recognised her equal status with Jesus.  It is also known that at least one of the nine founders of the Templars was a Cathar.  The 4th grand master of the Templars, Bertrand de Blanchefort was from a Cathar family.

Cathar Templar connection

Old St Mary Magdalene Relic
The Magdalene Museum

Another question which arises is why this particular area in the south of France is the focal point for both the Cathars and Templars.  Could it be argued that the Magdalene arrival in France after the crucifixion set the motion of the events that followed?  It is most likely that the Cathars had in their possession Gnostic Texts amongst their many other documents and may have had knowledge of the Magdalene voyage itself.

I strongly believe that the Templars were set up or influenced by the Cathars themselves with the objective to befriend the Church and gaining their trust, a kind of double agents type.  One of the nine founding members, Hugues de Pagens, had ties with many Cathar people and possibly had been a Cathar himself.  Indeed his genealogy points to Cathar heartland and another member, Godfrey de Saint-Omer appears to have been a relative of his.  Their mission to protect the pilgrims from the holyland had simply been a “smoke screen” for their main intentions and activites.

Being just a normal Cathar would simply have got them nowhere, even before the Templar establishment they were already being hounded out including the burning at the stakes of Cathars in Orleans in 1022.  They already had in their possession gospels and documents of Gnostic nature and more than likely had the Magdalene relics too.  There was far more to be discovered in the Holyland which they could attain and keep.  Also the Cathars knew the church at one point would come down hard on them, it was just a matter of time.  What the Cathars needed was an army of knights to gain entry into the holyland and then to guard their sacred documents, relics and even their own beliefs and history.



Templar Postcard, Temple London
Magdalene Vault

In 1208 began a series of wars known as the Cathar crusade which was organised and directed by the Catholic Church on the orders of Pope Innocent lll.  From the first seize in Beziers on July 22nd 1209 (St Mary Magdalene’s feast day), to the last Cathar foothold at the Chateau of Montsegur, the Cathars were hounded out, burned at the stake and slaughtered in what many people call the first genocide of Europe.

During the crusades against the Cathars, the Templars had no choice but to remain neutral.  If they sided with the Catholic Church then they would be fighting against their own people, against similar beliefs and even possibly their own families.  On the other hand if they sided with the Cathars then it would put the order at risk and everything they protected including their connections with the “heretics” along with sacred documents and treasures would be revealed.  The only logical thing to do was to stay neutral although it has been reported that the Templars did provide a haven for Cathar refugees and the increase of Cathars which joined the Templar ranks at that period of time rose sharply.

At the last stronghold of Cathars at Montsegur in 1244, a few Cathars did manage to escape the oncoming slaughter and with them they carried some form of treasure.  It could well be that these Cathars and their treasure, ended up with the Templars and thus their treasure were safe and protected……...for now.

Fall of the Templars

Port of La Rochelle, France

In the aftermath of the Cathar crusade the Templars remained protected and their influence and wealth was still growing.  However by the turn of the 14th century the Templars had also attracted many powerful enemies, one of whom would lay the first stone to the demise of the Templar order, or at least, so he thought.  Philippe lV of France had become envious and angry with the Templars, he owed them a great deal of money, thought they were arrogant and unruly ,no control was over the Templars as they only answered to the pope and all this on Philippe’s own territory.  This all gave reason for Philippe to use heresy as an excuse to get rid of the order.

After the kidnapping and subsequent death of Pope Boniface Vlll along with the poison of another, namely Benedict Xl, Philippe conveniently secured the election of one Clement V, who was at the time archbishop of Bordeaux.  This allowed Philippe to get what he wanted, the suppression of the Templars because after all, Clement V was indebted to him for making him pope.

From that moment on the Templars had become wanted men and many were tortured and interrogated on October 13th, 1307.  Philippe may have quashed the Templars but their treasure had eluded him, nothing was found.  It is more than probable that the Templars knew of this impending danger and took their treasure of wealth, sacred documents and relics and sent them to their naval base at La Rochelle were they transported all this onto around eighteen galleys ready to disembark.  What happened to those ships remains a mystery, maybe some ended up in Portugal or more so to Scotland, the only monarchy in the 14 century Europe that did not recognize the authority of the Catholic Church.

Meanwhile the Templars were officially dissolved in 1312, despite the lack of evidence and information that Philippe had accused them of.  In 1314 the grand master if the Templars, Jacque de Molay was roasted to death over a burning fire.  Philippe had even gone to lengths after to persuade other monarchs to follow his lead to make sure no Templar survived but this mainly fell on deaf ears, particularly in Scotland.  Philippe himself died of mystery causes at the end of 1314, the same year as he ordered the death of Molay.  Indeed one month after the burning of the grand master, Pope clement was dead.  It was reported that Molay had called his persecutors to join him before God’s court within a year while he was about to be burned!


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A town that is shaped like a Champagne cork in Champagne?

Troyes is an ancient city, once a Roman town with a direct road from Milan and onwards to Boulogne-sur-Mer on the Opal Coast in the north of France – the route for the invasion of Britain. Later the rich and powerful Counts of Champagne built a palace in Troyes and it was a prosperous place that attracted merchants from all over Europe. The counts fortified their town and though at that time Champagne didn’t even exist, the walls took the form of a Champagne cork.

Following a huge fire in 1524 that destroyed many of the ancient buildings that were constructed from wood, new brick buildings were erected and many of them remain to this day. Indeed the inhabitants of Troyes lived in these buildings pretty much as they had been for hundreds of years right up until the 1950s. It was a decade when the town council went on a bit of a renovation rampage to improve conditions since many of the old buildings had no bathrooms and poor hygiene conditions.

Fortunately they didn’t destroy too much and visiting Troyes is like stepping back in time. Every street seems to have its quota of half-timbered houses and there are cobbled streets and tiny alleyways that create a mesmerising maze in the centre of the old town of Troyes.  In the little ruelle des Chats (Cats Alley) you’ll see it is so narrow that the houses lean in and touch via a central gutter at the top and cats could cross from houses on both sides of the roads. At the side of the office of the Mutuelle Societe at 111 rue Emile Zola you can enter a gate and at the back you’ll discover a stunning renaissance house looking exactly as it did when it was built. At the Cour du Mortier d’or, the ancient timber frames still bear the workman’s trademarks.

Everywhere you go here you’ll discover traces of history from hundreds of years ago, quaint, quirky and irresistibly charming…

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