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How is it that a married Jesus negates the gospel plan? Did all of the followers of the mysteries believe this way? This whole saga began with Leonardo Da Vinci and there are more clues to be found in his work. In his "Adoration of the Magi", an historic grouping of characters is present including Dante and Virgil. Behind the Virgin and child is an odd construction out of which grows a tree. Under that tree sit Jesus as a grown man with his own bride who is making the sign of the womb with her hands. Jesus points upwards at the tree, which symbolizes the Tree of Life and the "continuation of the lives" in his own progeny. He points upwards indicating his descendants to come. Above him there is a skirmish going on between soldiers on horseback and to the left there are other figures working on the construction a building - a Templar occupation. Near these men is a mounted knight who seems to be a Templar as well. One of the onlookers is another youth who is on horseback gazing at Mary and the Christ child from the back of the crowd on the left side. Leonardo painted this masterpiece when he was young and it was never finished. He was obviously an initiate at that time.
Decades ago before Dan Brown's book was written, I read that the Mona Lisa was actually a portrait of Mary Magdalene. The author pointed out that she was unadorned with any type of jewelry as in his other portraits of fine ladies. The Mona Lisa is dressed in black as a widow. In the background of the painting are ranges of mountains similar to the Pyrenees of southern France.
It would seem that those who hold to the theory of a married Christ do not believe in the resurrection, but this is not true of Leonardo. Observe his mysterious painting of St. John the Baptist with his knowing smile. He gestures upwards pointing towards heaven. This is the testimony of Leonardo that he believed in the resurrection. It is his powerful statement to the illumined cognoscenti that he did in fact believe in the gospel plan of salvation through the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
It is said that the Templars worshipped Sophia as the bride of God and that the Priory of Sion worships the feminine aspect of the divine. It was the Coptic
Gnostics who hid the Nag Hammadi library in Egypt, which contained the "Gospel of Mary Magdalene". They regarded the Sophia of Wisdom as the "Sophia of Jesus". The fact that Christ was married
does not change his divine status. In "The Revelation of St. John the Divine" known as the Apocalypse, there appears a persecuted woman who is about to give birth. Does this represent Mary
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