Thank you Laura Bruno and Tannia Marie for reblogging this wonderful post by Jaimie at Sophia’s Children
July 22 is the historical feast day of St. Mary of Magdala, so it’s very fitting to share this updated post from the early days of Sophia’s Children.
Not that we need confine such celebrations and honorings to one day. After all, Wisdom is timeless, yes?
Who was Mary Magdalene, really?
And why is this question important at all given that we’re talking about a woman who lived 2,000 years ago, and about whom we have only slender references?
For quite a few years now, Mary Magdalene has been re-emerging strongly (along with Lilith and other feisty Divine Feminine exiles), and that’s usually a clue to pay attention to what’s arising since Life restores bits of Wisdom when the timing is vital to Life.
Such questions seem to arise in force when the answer is important to the times, it seems.
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