Discover the dangerous but revolutionary teachings that forced a revered spiritual master into hiding and the top 5 lessons she can still teach us today, 2,000 years after her death.
Around 42 AD, legend has it that a boat without sails or ores came ashore in the small fisherman’s village of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer in the South of France.
That boat had traveled from the Holy Land to France, and on it was a group of important people fleeing persecution from the Roman Empire.
They were being pursued because of their close association with a famous spiritual master who had been crucified in Jerusalem:
A man named Yeshua Bin Joseph, known to his followers as Christ or the Savior.
There was one person on that boat who was particularly important:
Her name was Miriam of Magdala, later known as Mary Magdalene.
Once in France, Mary Magdalene became a very famous spiritual teacher who was revered across the entire South of France.
But as the Roman empire closed in on them and her brother Lazarus was beheaded in Marseille, Mary retreated to a cave high up a cliff on the Sainte Baume mountain.
Legend has it that she lived the last 30 years of her life in this cave.
Now, this story may seem totally wild to you, like a fictional tale out of a Dan Brown book or movie. But the funny thing is, Dan Brown didn’t fictionalize everything in his books. He was right on target with some facts, including who Mary Magdalene truly was.
But if this story is true, then that leaves some important questions that I’ll answer in this video:
💥 Who was Mary Magdalene really?
💥 Why was she so dangerous as a spiritual teacher?
💥 The top 5 lessons she still teaches us today.