Looking for Mary Magdalene
I began looking at the artwork, stained glass windows, paintings, sculptures and music with new eyes. This statue of Mary Magdalene was bought by the children of Mary Magdalene Church on Brentwood Blvd in Saint Louis Missouri. The hands on the statue is rare and symbolic. The statue of Mary Magdalene below the altar at Rennes Chateau has her hands folded in the same shape. Same folding hands were used by Jean Cocteau at his funeral.Cocteau was thought to be one of the Grandmasters of the Priory of Sion. The same hand position has been found on the embalmed body in a
cave near Rennes Chateau discovered by researcher Ben Hammott who wrote Lost Tomb of the Knights Templar.I have found other sites that
have these same signs. I was raised Catholic all of my life and now looking at these sacred places in a new light. Many of the families leaving Europe
fleeing persecution brought their legends and myths with them. At Mary Magdalene church in Saint Louis was a picture of the French oral tradition
talking about how Mary Magdalene coming to France fleeing persecution. I have been researching the land of the Acadians those who were expelled from Nova Scotia by the British.They brought with them their legends and myths placed secretly for those who wish to see.