Mary Magdalene, Queen of Heaven
Mary Magdalene, Queen of Heaven
By Marie Black
Coming to Earth on a mission from God, the Queen of Heaven has endured since the creation of the Universe in order to bring the children back home. She was the Almighty’s first born, long before all others came to be. In order for her to have an equal in power to rule alongside, the Lord created her perfect mate, the King of Heaven Immanuel. Together they oversee and bring forward God’s Plan to gather those kicked out of Heaven during the revolt, and return them to their origin on Judgment Day.
Her lifetimes are notable and noble. From Prophetess Miriam, Princess Jephia and Queen Mariamne she led the people through the harshest of life circumstances, and every attack the wicked spirits threw her way.
Mary Magdalene’s real name was Mariamne Arria, heir to the throne of Israel. She used all of her resources in order to help her husband Immanuel with his mission. Her family name was hidden in time, but the truth is she was of royal blood, heir to the throne of Israel, and a righteous leader. She wrote the books of Revelation and the Gospel attributed to the Apostle John. In reality, there was no Apostle named John.
Books and Treatises Mary wrote:
Three Forms of the First Thought (Trimorphic Protennoia), Authoritative Teaching, Hierarchy of the Archons, Gospel of Mary, Exegenesis of the Soul, On the Origin of the World, Pistis Sophia, Gospel of John, Epistles of John, Revelation, Secret Book (Apocryphon) of John
Gospel of Mary 10.1-8; 17.7-18.20
Peter said to Mary Magdalene, “Sister, we know that the Savior loved you more than the rest of us. Tell us the words of the Savior which you remember, which you know but we do not, nor have we heard them.”
Mary tells them many things Immanuel shared with her about spiritual topics.
But Peter gets mad and says, “Did he really speak without our knowledge with a woman and not openly? Are we to turn about and listen to her? Did he prefer her to us?”
Then Mary wept and said to Peter, “Brother Peter, what do you think? Do you think that I have thought this up myself, or that I am lying about the Savior?”
Levi Matthew interrupts and says, “Peter, you have always been hot tempered. Now I see you contending against her like you do to the adversaries. If the Savior made her worthy, who are you to reject her? The Savior certainly knows her without faltering. That is why he loved her more than us.”
The Gospel of Philip refers to Immanuel and Mariamne: “The companion (wife) of the Savior is Mary Magdalene. He loved her more than all the disciples and used to kiss her often on the mouth. Some of the disciples were offended by it and expressed disapproval. They said to him, “Why do you love her more than all of us?” The Savior answered and said to them “Why do I not love you like her? When a blind man and one who sees are both together in darkness, they are no different from one another. When the light comes then he who sees will see the light, and he who is blind will remain in darkness.”
In the Pistis Sophia, Immanuel (Jesus) says, “Mary, you blessed one, who I will perfect in all mysteries, of those of the height, speak in openness, you whose heart is raised to the Kingdom of Heaven more than all your brothers.”
The Acts of Philip refer to Mariamne: The Acts of Philip (which describes the apostle Philip as the brother of "Mariamne" or "Mariamme") that Mariamene, or Mariamne, was the actual name of Mary Magdalene. Mary/Mariam was a common name in 1st century Israel, however, not all Marys or Mariams would go by the name Mariamne, a named reserved for the royal family.
The Mariamne of the Acts of Philip is part of the apostolic team with Philip and Bartholomew; she teaches and baptizes. In the beginning, her faith is stronger than Philip's faith. This portrayal of Mariamne fits very well with the portrayal of Mary of Magdala in the Manichean Psalms, the Gospel of Mary, and Pistis Sophia.
In Romans 16:6, the Apostle Paul thanks Mariam “who has done much for us.”