The Lost Sisterhood:
The Return of Mary Magdalene,
the Mother Mary, and Other Holy Women.
The Lost Sisterhood is available at Amazon.com
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From the back cover:
Near the end of the millennium, Julia Ingram's spirit guides prompted her to
close her busy therapy practice, put all of her belongings in storage and hit
the road – destination unknown. During a Spirit-led year of exploring the United
States, Ingram met dozens of people who identified themselves as reincarnated
Essenes from the time of Jeshua (Jesus).
Most astonishing were meetings with
women who – through past-life regressions – discovered they had been Jesus'
relatives, friends, teachers, and lovers. These remarkable encounters convinced
the author that the perspective of women was missing from most accounts of
Jesus' mission, that Mary Magdalene's considerable role as a priestess/apostle
had been vastly underrated, and that Mother Mary was a teacher and healer who
sought to overcome the fundamentalism of the male-dominated Hebrew religion.
These fifteen visionaries announce
that the Sisterhood is back today to restore the Divine Feminine to her rightful
place and to bring desperately needed balance to our world. In the sequel to
The Messengers, Ingram presents a revisioning of a religious past that will
help shape our spiritual future.
Praise from Pulitzer Prize Nominee Beth Witrogen McLeod:
"The sacred feminine is being called forth. Julia Ingram has journeyed far and
wide to bring us a work that has the power to transform lives. The necessary
leap in our evolution of consciousness demands that we manifest the divine
feminine principle if balance is to be restored before it is too late."
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