Let me start from the beginning and how I learned about this.
I’m not positive, but pretty sure what I’m about to say is true.
I’m reading a book, The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown. And the majority of the book on where she (the Holy Grail) is located and about a secret Priory that is the protectors of the Grail…
You may wonder, why did I say “she” in place of the Holy Grail. According to this book, the Holy Grail is Mary Magdalene, one of Jesus’ thirteen disciples. As the Christian Bible (Written By Constantine) states, the thirteen disciples were men not women. But Da Vinci left a clue on one of his paintings, The Last Supper. The “man” seated in the place of honor, at the right hand of the Lord, is Mary Mangdalene. If you look closely, she has red hair, folded hands, and the hint of a bosom, thus proving she is a woman. She was considered a “prostitute” by many people, but she was never one. That was a cover up to protect her secret-her role as the Holy Grail. The Churches had to convince the world Jesus was never a mortal, that he was a divine being. And if any gospels described anything earthly about Jesus, they had to be omitted from the Bible. Those early gospels had one major, troubling, earthly theme. Mary Magdalene. And more specifically, about her marriage to Jesus Christ. The Last Supper By Leonardo Da Vinci, proves that Jesus and Mary were a pair. In the painting, Jesus and Mary are mirror images of eachother, Jesus had a red robe, and a blue cloak, and Mary had a blue robe, and a red cloak. Mirror images. Another “coincidence” is that they are joined at the hip, forming the symbol V shape at the focal point of the painting. Before the common male and female symbol, V was for female, and ^ was for male. The symbol V also represents the chalice, Holy Grail, and the female womb.
Here is a passage from “The Gospel of Philip”.
And back in those days, Companion, literally meant spouse.
Now, Jesus knew he was going to be captured and crucified, so he gave Mary Magdalene instructions on leading his church after he is gone. Peter, another disciple of Jesus, said Jesus was somewhat of a…sexist. But Jesus’ church was supposed to be built on the rock, Saint Peter. According to gospels, Peter wasn’t supposed to establish the Christian Church, but Mary Magdalene.
Back to the painting, The Last Supper
If you look at Peter, he had a problem with the Church being carried on by a woman. He’s leaning menacingly towards Mary Magdalene with a slicing gesture across the neck. And if you look into the crowd, you see a hand emerging from the crowd, weilding a dagger. But this hand is disembodied. It belongs to no one. Anonymous.
I’ll continue adding more as I progress through the book.