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Our beliefs stem from the Gnostic texts, Dead Sea Scrolls & Grail Code, as well as other spiritual and religious texts. We believe in the Divine Feminine and bringing back the balance between masculine and feminine.

Each of us must search for our own True Will which is gained from Sophia (Wisdom) and Gnosis (Intuitive Knowledge). Through Sophia and Gnosis we can find salvation of the soul from the material world. The teachings that lead to Gnosis have been hidden in the underground stream by those who have secretly passed it down.

We don't believe Jesus was the son of a Carpenter, but was of royal blood and probably a member of the Nazarene, who were a religious sect which included both Priests and Priestesses.

We believe Jesus was married to Mary Magdalene and that she bore him children. The descendants of whom have carried the bloodline through to this day.
We draw some parallels with the early Minoan religion. As well as The Johannine tradition, which is an esoteric church. The Johannine tradition teaches that Jesus & Mary bestowed authority upon John the Baptist to create a hidden church to carry the true teachings, that the majority of people at that time were not yet ready to receive.

'Peter said to Mary, "Sister, we know the Saviour loved you more than other women. Tell us the words of the Saviour that you remember, which you know and we do not. We have not heard them." Mary answered, saying, "What is hidden from you I will reveal to you." She began to speak these words, saying, "I saw the Lord in a vision and I said to him, 'Lord, I saw you today in a vision.' he answered and said to me, 'Blessings on you, since you did not waver at the sight of me. Where the mind is, there is the treasure.' I said to him, 'Lord, how does a person see a vision, through the soul or through the spirit?' the saviour answers, saying, 'A person sees neither through the soul, nor the spirit. The mind, which lives between the two, sees the vision....' The Gospel - Mary of Magdala.

 

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