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The Da Vinci Code and the Bloodline of Jesus and the Magdalene Pt 1
The Da Vinci Code and the Bloodline of Jesus and the Magdalene
Part 1
(from Volume 5 Where Were You Before The Tree of Life?)

According to Sir Laurence Gardner, Mary Magdalene was already three
months pregnant at the time of the Crucifixion, since she and Jesus
had cemented their Second Marriage at the Bethany anointing in March
33AD. In September of what would have been Jesus' 39th birthday, a
daughter was born to Mary, her name being Tamar, meaning `Palm
Tree'?The Tree of Life, as we have already said. It is appropriate
since it would be she who carried on Jesus' bloodline, the bloodline
in Judaism always passing through the matriarchal side of the family.
Jesus and Mary then had two other children. Their second child was a
son, also named Jesus (AD 37). Then upon Mary's arrival in Marseilles
with Lazarus (Simon Zelotes), Martha, and Joseph of Arimathea, Mary
gave birth in AD 44 to what some say was another son, but was in fact
another a girl, in Provence. Another female would mean another source
by which the bloodline of Jesus could be further carried on. Another
daughter was also another means by which the Luciferian gene could be
more heavily implanted into humanity.

In the Rosicrucian pamphlet, The Chemical Wedding of Christian
Rosenkreutz, it speaks specifically of "a mysterious girl-child of
royal blood" who is washed ashore in a boat, whose rightful heritage
has fallen into Islamic hands.

According to one researcher, this last `son' would have been the
all-important `Grail Child' called Joseph. Jesus' son, the 9-year-old
second-child Jesus, was sent away for schooling to Caesarea in
Palestine in AD 46, later returning to travel the west of England with
his uncle James (Joseph of Arimathea). Where legend has it that Jesus
once went to England, in fact it was the son, Jesus, who accompanied
his uncle James known as Joseph.

In AD 53 the young Jesus was officially proclaimed a Crown Prince in
Corinth and duly received the inheritance of the Davidic Crown. He was
now the kingly heir, and also became the Chief Nazarite, with the
entitlement of wearing the black robe of that office.

This one-and-only son of Jesus was never to sire offspring, and it was
actually through his female children that Jesus' line was continued.
It is written that the other supposed son of Jesus, Joseph, finished
his education at a Druidic college and settled with his mother in
Gaul, but this is not so.

Mary Magdalene died in 63 AD, aged 60, at what is now St. Baume in
southern France, and many Magdalen cults sprang up both before and
after her death. The Feast of the Madonna, a feast dedicated to the
Magdalene, not to Jesus' mother, Mary, also originated in Marseilles.
It was to Mary Magdalene that the Order of the Knights Templars swore
allegiance. Reminiscent of the Cult of the Black Mother Kali in India
and the East, early reverence for the Magdalen also spawned the
various images and cults of the `Black Madonna' which first emanated
from Ferrieres in AD 44. She was often portrayed wearing red as a sign
of her office, and green as a sign of fertility.

Anyone who has watched "Rosemary's Baby" would be able to relate to
why it was called the cult of the "Black Madonna." A hundred motion
pictures these days have portrayed the idea of the `devil's child' or
of Lucifer or satan taking a woman to produce an heir. These cults
suggest the number of people who have known about his presence on the
planet for such a long time, but would shock an average Westerner
unfamiliar with world traditions.

It was at this time that women were barred from ordination in the
Catholic domain, and the relegation of women other than Jesus' mother
from any venerable status pushed Mary Magdalene into the background of
Church history and its teachings. By the same strategy, Jesus' own
heirs were totally eclipsed, and the bishops were thus enabled to
reinforce their claim to holy authority by means of `self-devised male
succession'. It was not the supposed Messianic descent from
Jesus/Lucifer, as should have been the case, nor even a descent from
the `rama-theo' (Arimathea prince) who was James the Just (brother of
Jesus), but a contrived `succession' from Peter, the headstrong rustic
Essene who despised women.

The exact same situation occurred later with some of these same
players when the Church of Latter-Day Saints was formed. Brigham Young
and the Apostles usurped the power that Joseph Smith had wanted to
pass along to his own lineage. It is in the Reorganized Church of
Latter-Day Saints in which the direct descendants of Joseph Smith now
act as a leader and a prophet.

The tradition that retained the knowledge of Jesus and Mary remained
current in Britain and France throughout the Dark Ages and into
mediaeval times when the Magdalene was the inspirational Notre Dame of
the early Crusades and the Great Gothic cathedrals. The Grail lore
also followed this female side of the family.

When Jesus had been admitted to the priesthood in the Order of
Melchizedek (Hebrews 5), he became what was known as a designated
`fisher'. The dynastic line of the House of Judah was thus established
as a dynasty of Priest-Kings like the Atlantean rulers or, as his
descendants became aptly known in Grail lore, `Fisher Kings'.

In the legends of King Arthur, the Davidic line was represented by the
Fisher Kings, while the patriarchal line was represented by the name
Anfortas (`In fortas' meaning `In strength') for it was in strength
that they usurped the rightful succession. It was also identified with
the Hebrew name Boaz (the great-grandfather of David), similarly
meaning `In strength'. This was the name given to the left-hand pillar
of Solomon's Temple. Its capitals, and those of the right hand pillar,
Jachin (meaning `He shall establish'), were decorated with brass
pomegranates, the symbol of male fertility. Boticelli's paintings The
Madonna of the Pomegranate and the Madonna of the Magnificat, both
show the infant Jesus clutching a ripe, open pomegranate (from 1483 to
1510, Boticelli was Helmsman of the Priory Notre Dame de Sion that
supported the continued lineage of Jesus' blood from very early times).

From the earliest days of the Roman Catholic Church, Jesus relatives
posed a problem for the Church as well and were pushed into the
background while Mary, the mother, was brought to the fore to take all
of the focus. The unfortunate Joseph (Enjliou), father of James and
Jesus, actually the true link in the royal succession, was
deliberately sidelined while the Cult of the Virgin Mother grew out of
all proportion. By way of this considered strategy, public knowledge
of the continuing bloodline of Judah was suppressed.
In Biblical histories, Joseph of Arimathea was only brought in later
as Mary's uncle, for so long as Joseph of Arimathea could be contained
as a sideline character in the Davidic structure, and was not
associated with the key Messianic line, his royal descendants could
not embarrass the self-styled Apostolic structure of the Roman bishops
either. Joseph's marriage to Martha, the Magdalen's sister and the
sister-in-law of Jesus, produced four children, three boys and a girl,
all of whom later married and thus helped spread the royal Davidic
bloodline of their father.

Researchers agree that Jesus II (called Gais or Gesu), the first-borne
son of Jesus also known as Galains (called Alain in the Grail
tradition), became a committed celibate and died without producing
offspring. The Grail heritage, the legacy of Davidic kingship (which
was to become represented as Lordship of the Grail), then reverted to
Jesus' female descendants. Most researchers say it went to his second
son, Josephes, from whom the Fisher Kings (Priest-Kings) descended.
Josephes, was said to have become Bishop of Saraz (Sarras or Gaza),
featured in Morte d'Arthur as the realm of King Evelake, and most
traditions, by their very nature, are based in ancient facts. This
one, however, is not.

As for Simon Zelotes who had probably saved Jesus from the cross with
his scheming, he went on to become the first Bishop of Marseilles
under his rightful name of Lazarus (Eliezer).

In Grail research, it was in the mid-2nd century that Eurgen, the
daughter of King Lucius, linked the two key lines of Davidic
succession?those from Jesus and from James?when she married Aminadab,
the great-grandson of Jesus and Mary Magdalene.

The Scots Royal line still traces its lineage back to King David as
well, the progenitors of the Royal House of Stewart in Scotland having
derived from Viviane II del Acqs, dynastic queen of Avallon. The
American Kennedy family is a modern-day archetype of this line of
inheritance surrounded by the mystique of the Camelot ideal of royalty.