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Mary Magdalene Feast Day July 22 Candle & Petition Service- Love & Protection

Today on July 22nd is the Feast Day of our beloved Mary Magdalene. Seven years ago the church accepted her as one of the Apostles and celebrates her day which is a great step in history.

And so I want to share some words of her with you ... SHE who is the Apostle of the Apostles


2000 years ago when Mary Magdalene walked the Earth, both She & Jesus laid a Holy Grail Grid for The Way of Love to emerge within humanity when the timing was ripe. That time is now, as we have chosen to be here. As one of the Keeper's of The Rose Lineage, Mary Magdalene's Presence has been reemerging strongly on the planet during this era of monumental shift.


She is rising in our collective consciousness, supporting us to embody our Holy Feminine Power, Sovereignty, Erotic Innocence, Sacred Leadership, Devotional Service and Unconditional Love.


She as a consciousness is one of the original Earth Mothers who created the crystalline grid lines and sacred portals of the Earth body in preparation for humanity.


In Ancient Lemuria, The Magdalene Soul was the High Priestess in the Temple of The Living Flames, dedicated to the Lion-Goddess of Sirius and essence of the Divine Feminine.


The feast of St. Mary Magdalene is considered one of the most mystical of feasts, and it is said that of all the songs of the saints, Mary Magdalene's is the sweetest and strongest because her love was so great.


Mary taught us to stand in our truth no matter what. How can you honor your divine feminine today.

Light a candle and connect with the ancient symbol of the rose as we honor Mary and our divine feminine.


Embrace the mystique and power of Mary Magdalene on her Feast Day, July 22nd, with a special candle and petition service. This service honors her significant role as a companion of Jesus, a healer, and a keeper of ancient knowledge. Reserve a candle, dressed, blessed, and lit in her honor during our group ceremony.


As we gather to venerate and praise Mary Magdalene, we will offer heartfelt prayers and dedications. Feel the energies of Mary Magdalene surround you, providing a sense of safety, love, protection, and empowerment as we seek her assistance in our spiritual work and pursuit of personal goals.


Join us in celebrating this extraordinary saint whose story continues to inspire and captivate. Let the candle's light be a symbol of hope and transformation, just as Mary Magdalene turned from sinner to devoted disciple. Together, we honor her legacy and the profound impact she had on the history of faith and healing.


To participate, please leave your intention or goal in the Notes section upon checkout. Pictures and a report from the service will be e-mailed to you. Service reports can take about a week after the service to be sent.


Please disregard the digital download. 


Mary Magdalene is one of the most interesting figures in history. Few women carry such a storm of controversy as she. She appears often in the gospels of the Bible, by those closest to Jesus – each telling tales of her as a constant companion of Jesus. When His Apostles grew angry after she anointed Him with a whole jar of expensive ‘nard (spikenard), Jesus defended her, saying, “It was intended that she should save this perfume for the day of my burial. You will always have the poor among you, but you will not always have me.” (John 12:1-8) I am deeply inspired by her story, Some believe Mary was the Divine Feminine counterpart to Jesus’s Divine Masculine and was a healer in her own right, carrying her own powerful and potent knowledge of healing through use of essential oils. There’s also evidence of her knowledge and practice of tapping into the powers of scent – using the olfactory system – to help reach enlightenment. Many scholars believe she brought this knowledge with her to France after she fled following the death of Jesus.


She fled to France after Jesus death in the Mountains of La Sainte Baume where Saint Mary Magdalene took refuge during the last years of her life. It is very humid all year round, water drips endlessly there, except over a small mound that remains dry. It is in this precarious shelter that Holy fled. For thirty years, the recluse would feed on roots and to drink water from the sky. Mary Magdalene, seven times a day, was visited by angels and seven times she was in ecstasy. Angels saw approaching last hour, Madeleine warned that his deliverance was at hand. They lifted him in the air and deposited on the Via Aurelia, near the shrine of St. Maximin.


She died on the eleventh day before the Kalends of August, namely on July 22, amidst great rejoicing of the angels in heaven. 


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Mary Magdalene Feast Day July 22 Candle & Petition Service- Love & Protection


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