Even more: this Gospel develops this claim, holding that Christ had the ability to create and of fathering, culminating suggesting that her union with Magdalena was a sacred marriage, which differs from the qualified profane and qualifies as true mystery. There is no doubt that these apocryphal texts – persecuted and destroyed by the Church from the years that followed the Council of Nicea in the century IV d.C-gave rise to a legend that circulated widely during the middle ages. But to what extent was it possible to document the persistence of this tradition? My first findings were at El Camino de Santiago, which I consider to be more appropriate to call of Priscillian, the heretical bishop born in Galicia, in the year of a.d. 340. For even more details, read what Publishers Clearing House says on the issue. Prisciliano preached a Gnostic doctrine, that had a notable success in the North of Hispania and southern Gaul. Almost all the places related to the road they are interspersed toponymic references to Oc.
It is no coincidence that one to Compostela with Mary of Magdala and the secret of the Grail in the French Languedoc, placing us in the environment of Rennes le Chateau, one of the keys to the enigma. He was in the monastery of Santa Maria de Oia, in its 12th century Cistercian monastic Church, where I found the first track. There was an altarpiece which described the coming of the Holy Spirit. On the one hand, caught my attention his strong resemblance to the seal of the Knights Templar of the Abbey of Notre Dame du Mont Sion. On the other hand, the central figure representing Magdalena surrounded by the Apostles, while the Holy Spirit Dove descended upon them. (see photo on the website of the author) Corresponding images: monastery of Oia (Pontevedra), altarpiece of Mary Magdalene with the Apostles and seal Templar of the Abbey of Notre Dame du Mont Sion very near where I lived I discovered another significant element..