Murder of Mary Magdalene: Genocide of The Holy Bloodline
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To some Mary Magdalene was the wife or consort of Jesus Christ. The infamous Da Vinci Code has firmly placed this idea into the popular arena along with the idea of a Holy Bloodline descended from Jesus and Mary.
In this unique film we journey to places never before researched in connection with this story. We venture into the heart of ancient Lincoln, England, and uncover a tale so mysterious, so at odds with the accepted norm, that we are forced to question everything we previously held to be true. We track down unknown texts, journey on a treasure hunt across Lincoln county and discover the final resting place of Mary Magdalene herself.
* See the locations filmed for The Da Vinci Code movie and find an English Jerusalem.
* Come with us as we go beneath the streets into ancient tunnels to find the tomb.
* Explore little known Templar sites.
* Watch as Dan Green goes clue by clue to unravel a magnificent trail of codes and ciphers.
Join us on an amazing journey into a world full of synchronicity.
Special Features include a tour inside the infamous Templar Prison and the Lincoln Cathedral where the Da Vinci Code was filmed.
Top Customer Reviews
Dan Green has crafted an excellent film that explores theories surrounding the death of Mary Magdalene. Using various techniques from the study or architecture to the almost Indiana Jones like exploration of dusty, cobwebbed tunnels under the streets of Lincoln, the pieces of the puzzle start to fit together and then finally become clear and present a fascinating conclusion.
This DVD is not just one for the history buff, it is an exciting journey across England, specifically Lincoln, and other places on the planet in search of truth.
Highly recommended :)
However the content is very reveling, I have delve in this area for decades and I was mesmerized of the information I was exposed to; a caveat, if the watcher is not too familiar with the Templar, logia and some of the books of the pseudepigrapha (Bible Apocrypha), the presentation won't be as fulfilling. One of the 14 books of the pseudepigrapha is the Gospel of Mary Magdalene which most people are unaware she ever wrote. The Bible mentions the 'apostle Jesus loved the most', no one knows who is it, yet many Sacred History investigators affirm it was Mary Magdalene, she spent more time with Jesus alone that any of the 12, when they encountered Jesus always kissed her, she was the only female who attended the Last Super and sat on the right of Jesus. On and on she received preferential treatment. So if Jesus had a girlfriend, it was her. After the Resurrection to whom did Jesus appear first to send instructions to the disciples: Mary Magdalene.
There was a Mary Magdalene of Gethsemanes in the area of Bethany where the Mount of Olives is, she was the daughter of a very wealthy family, so her sinning was not remunerated; historians say it was the same Mary thus she was able to support Jesus and the twelve. Most of Jesus financial support came from women.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Some interesting facts and a bit of speculation but entertaining none the less.Published 14 months ago by Dr. Al
This is worth watching. Having watched and read most that is available on Mary Magdalene, my attention was unexpectedly held for the whole show. Read morePublished on December 18, 2013 by BrendaMarie
I don't know where the murder of Mary Magdalene came from and this disc never explains it. It is a useless bit on the history of Mary Magdalene. Read morePublished on August 4, 2013 by Roy Routson
A really thought provoking possibility is explored here...the murder of Mary Magdalene! The holy bloodline is explored, and I was completely compelled by all of the connections and... Read morePublished on July 27, 2013 by kdeva7
From the DaVinci code on down the facts have blurred like a bad game of telephone. This dvd cleared everything up for me and brought me to a better place.Published on July 27, 2013 by Shane
Tis movie was very very interesting. I watched it twice to make sure that I did not miss anything, great.Published on January 8, 2013 by Dio