Mary Magdalene was of the district of Magdala, on the shores of the Sea of Galilee, where stood her families castle, called Magdalon; she was the sister of Lazarus and Martha, and they were the children of parents reputed noble, or, as some say, royal descendants of the House of David. On the death of their father, Syrus, they inherited vast riches and possessions in land, which were equally divided between them.
Mary Magdalene was the wife of Jesus and they had children together, a fact which was omitted by later revisionist editors of the Gospels.
Mary Magdalene & Jesus took the 'Holy Grail' and the Mystery School teachings to the South of France.
The Order of St Mary Magdalene's origins go back to the first century and Mary Magdalene as its founder. It has continued since then secretly and the lineages passed down through the females of the Holy Grail Bloodline. This cannot however be verified by historians or scholars, for the original records and documents, as well as most of the keepers of the knowledge, remain hidden and secretive. The Divine Feminine Principle has survived throughout the centuries because it has been kept secret and hidden, without need for permission or recognition from the patriarchy.
This Order is open to Priestesses only.