imperfect work in progress, both myself,
and my understanding of scripture. I am
going outside the box, but, don't want
to mislead anyone*)
I think DaVinci's code was pretty obvious,
and not that of Mary Magdalene, which
is ridiculous. The Last Supper uses biblical
narrative to place the youngest disciple,
John the Beloved, on the Lord's right
He was very young and distraught when
Christ told the Apostles how he would
be delivered up to the authorities and
crucified. He laid his head on his chest,
like a younger brother would to his
heroic older brother:
John writes of it-
|Now there was leaning on|
Jesus' bosom one of his
disciples, whom Jesus loved.
The Gospel writer John doesn't boast
about being anything more than another
disciple, but, since he was seated next to
Jesus, it denotes a unique relationship.
Peter didn't lay on the Lord's breast as he
instructed them all. He gave that honor
to young John. I think it's because not
only was John a disciple, but, his brother.
Joseph is not in the picture, so, as oldest
brother, Jesus was more than just a
big brother to him, and may have been
more of a father to him.
John's love was fierce, but, he never qualifies
his own relationship to Christ, or his
own blood royal, or his own virtues
and special place next to Christ at
the Passover meal. Instead, he
consistently refers to himself as
" (The disciple) Whom Jesus loved."
I think this was Mary's youngest child
and Christ's little half-brother. It is
possible that it's his cousin, too, on his
maternal side, as well, but, I get a
very strong image from the statement
of Christ on the cross to Mary and John.:
Jhn 19:26 When Jesus therefore saw his mother,
and the disciple standing by, whom he loved, he saith
unto his mother, Woman, behold thy son!
John, the Gospel writer. John, the revelator,
records in his own words:
|Then saith he to the disciple,|
Behold thy mother! And from
that hour that disciple took her
unto his own [home].
My reasoning is that Mary had other
grown sons, and at least one daughter.
Joseph was most likely dead. The witnesses
at the crucifixion, from the inner circle,
seemed to have been mainly Christ's
relatives, his Aunt Marys, mother
Mary, and John, standing with her. The
Apostles weren't even recorded as being
there. They were scared to death, behind
locked doors for fear of the Jews.
I think his physical family went, and
had to be there, as painful as it was for
them, and that's why John is there, and
it doesn't appear that the Apostles were.
In the midst of agony, Christ while looking
down on his mother and youngest brother,
Seeing their profound grief, Christ ministered
to his blood relatives one last time, as their
human son and brother. He tells Mary to hang
on to John, probably her youngest
child, and he tells his youngest disciple
and possibly half-brother, to take care
of Mary, as his mother.
It's the same thing many health care
workers have said to grieving families
of lost children. We tell them to hang
on to each other, and remind them
that as a mom, they have another
child who needs them, and as a
child, to gain strength from their
These were his last imminent MORTAL
words. When hanging on that cross,
he suffered the complete experience
of wretched mortality, through blood,
excruciating pain and suffocation,
hunger, thirst and misery while dying
a cruel death for the sins of mankind.
While on the cross, he was strictly
human. He did not give a last sermon
to his believers, or to the crowd gathered
to witness this execution. He was giving
up his human life, and connected to his
mortal family's needs one last time. (*At least
I think so):
"Mary, your young son John needs
you. John, protect and take care of
your aging mother."
When he rose from the dead, he
didn't appear to John and Mary first,
but to Mary Magdalene, then
I think that is because he was again fully divine,
and as the resurrected firstborn Son of God,
and through him, all who follow His cross
are made the sons of God, like him,
and through God's work, we are his
brothers, and God is our Father in Heaven.
We are ordained in faith to follow this
strange ministry, to become part of this
holy family, and to behave in brotherhood
and faith until Christ returns.
His love for each of us is the same as it
was for John at the last supper. He is
there for each of us as a father/brother/
friend and mentor.
Christ fulfilled all prophecy, and then
returned to heaven to resume his
In the "DaVinci Code" the advent
of European royalty was exposed
by the rehashing of the The Merovingian
heresies. The purpose was to create that
royal god-king lineage of the mystery
religion, which started in Acadia with
Sargon I. This is the mystery religion's
capstone. Royalty professed themselves
to be god-like, and descendants of God,
whether it was the Caesars or Tsars,
Alexander the Great, or Ramses*
who called themselves the sun gods.
It's the nature of the beast.
The counterfeit was always part of
the template because it was there
before and away from time/space.
This is always confusing to explain,
and harder to understand sometimes.
For nearly a millennium, the European
royals almost succeeded in their mission.
They lived decadently and deliciously,
while creating hell on Earth for the poor
and hopeless masses. Their excesses
were extreme, and the few who controlled
the nations, took from the masses to
feed their insatiable lust and greed.
They also usurped the throne of
Christ, calling themselves it's inheritors,
blaspheming the rightful heir, which is the LAMB
of GOD. Their presumption was not based on
It's possible Mary M. married one of Christ's
brothers, cousins, uncles, and possessed a
child of his direct bloodline, and she even
may have gone to France or England, but, the
sacred blood of Christ is not the DNA in
the veins of one family tree, even King Solomon's,
but, Christ's own blood shed for our sins,
no matter what our ancestral DNA is.
Through faith, we are all sons of God.
Through faith, we are all brothers.
What was DaVinci's real *code* if any?
Look at the Christ, and his mirror image
in John, the young teen disciple..
They form the "V" for "Victory in Christ"
They form a dichotomy, almost 2 separate
dimensions. Christ, leaning left, is about
to die, and John, leaning right, is going
to take up his mantle and establish
the Church of God.
The V is for Victory over death.
|1Ch 29:11|| Thine, O LORD, [is] the greatness, and|
the power, and the glory, and the victory,
and the majesty: for all [that is] in the heaven
and in the earth [is thine]; thine [is] the
kingdom, O LORD, and thou art exalted
as head above all.
|Psa 98:1|| [[A Psalm.]] O sing unto the LORD a|
new song; for he hath done marvellous
things: his right hand, and his holy arm,
hath gotten him the victory.
|Isa 25:8|| He will swallow up death in victory; nd|
the Lord GOD will wipe away tears from
off all faces; and the rebuke of his people
shall he take away from off all the earth:
for the LORD hath spoken [it].
|Mat 12:20|| A bruised reed shall he not break, and|
smoking flax shall he not quench, till
he send forth judgment unto victory .
|1Cr 15:54|| So when this corruptible shall have put|
on incorruption, and this mortal shall
have put on immortality, then shall be
brought to pass the saying that is written,
Death is swallowed up invictory .
|1Cr 15:55|| O death, where [is] thy sting? O grave, where|
[is] thy victory?
|1Cr 15:57|| But thanks [be] to God, which giveth us the |
victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.
|1Jo 5:4|| For whatsoever is born of God overcometh|
the world: and this is the victory that
overcometh the world, [even] our faith.
|Rev 15:2|| And I saw as it were a sea of glass mingled|
with fire: and them that had gotten the
victory over the beast, and over his image,
and over his mark, [and] over the number
of his name, stand on the sea of glass,
having the harps of God.
John is seen with the red hair, the
similar features. They have the same
face. John is Christ's youngest brother.
Redness is a family trait of Judah:
King David, was ruddy, and of Esau, Jacob's
twin, who was red-haired. Mary was the
great-ancestor of the royal seed of Judah
and King David.
Through DaVinci's eyes, we see Mary
through her two sons. There are other
highly interesting symbols, but, that's
it's own subject.
The demeanor of the boisterous Apostles
in the painting seems noisy contrasted with
the somber contemplation and sorrow depicted
in the two brothers, the first and last sons of Mary.
It's just a guess on my part, but, I think
DaVinci may have seen what I saw in
John 19. They resemble each other,
and their mood is separate from the
rest due to their blood and spiritual
bonds as biological brothers, and
Christ as a surrogate father for
John, perhaps. They remind me
of Elijah and Elisha when Elijah
informed his young protege
how he was to ascend into
heaven for the LORD called
The Last Witness is John, the Beloved,
and he was the Bishop when he was
given the prophecy in Revelations.
He issued the warnings from his
bird's eye view, taken outside of
our matrix of Time/Space to the
John didn't write the Book of Revelations
to rebuke the pagans or the unbelieving world,
but, transcribed the Lord's words to the
seven churches to repent and hold fast the
real deal, and get rid of the carnal and
feel good fuzzy religion.
Already, at the end of the First Century,
there were only 2 churches which were
not utterly paganized. and they were
hanging on by threads.
It can't be stressed enough how the
Book of Revelation wasn't written
for the world to hear, but, for the Church
to read and fear, yet, we gloss over it,
We fail to hear and see that this
was Christ judging the Seven Churches,
and destruction is coming to the CHURCH
first. The whore of Babylon is the CHURCH,
unfaithful to the doctrines of faith, the LAW.
I know that's hard to hear for many
who believe that salvation is a blanket
of sin-covering. I feel sick today thinking
of how many good people are in Church
right now on Sunday, and more
egregiously, in churches with pagan
trees, which is blasphemy to the tenth
power. They need to heed the warnings
in the Book of Revelation, not just
to Laodicea, but, to the churches
who allowed pagan deities, and their
customs to replace the Living Word
and the Living God.
John is a witness, and his
testimony is true.
He is on the right hand of Christ,
not Mary Magdalene, but, let's
not take away her crowning glory
as betrothed of God, since she
represents us, the demon-possessed
sinner, swept clean of sin and
restructured in faith and hope.
When we are brought into the
holy covenant, we appear before
God with the righteousness of
Jesus Christ, who had no sin.
We are then commanded to
stay faithful, as married to God,
not to stray into other faiths, or
bring into our faith the trappings
of paganism. We're so far gone
in the world that we don't even
realize how much paganism
is in the church to avoid the
Mary Magdalene is the image of
salvation, having been redeemed
from a demonic past. We don't
know what her spirtitual infirmity
was, other than she had 7 demons,
meaning she was a long time sinner.
When a person is exorcised, unless
they repent and stay true to faith,
they are open to 7 times the demons.
From demonic to picture of a true
saint, Magdalene is the portrait of
Solomon's Shulamite, looking for
her betrothed. She is the archetype
We need to wake up before it's too late.
The Lord is coming, and if it's during
December, I think it's going to be even
worse, because of the error of Christmas.
I have wondered why the cryptic statement
in Matthew 24 was phrased this way:
Mat 24:20 But pray ye that your flight be
not in the winter, neither on the sabbath day:
Maybe that dire warning is because the
church has desecrated the only true
sabbath day, and changed it, while
making up a fuzzy fairy tale as an
excuse to party in the winter, while
consoling themselves that it's beneficial
for the witness of Christ. Christ isn't
even the star of Christmas anymore.
Some fat guy with a beard is worshipped,
and taught to children as giving them
all these material things. Some Christian
If the Lord comes on the Sabbath, where will
Christians be, since most don't recognize
the Sabbath, let alone hallow it. If he
comes in December, I feel strongly
that if someone has a pagan tree
and its trappings of decadence in
their home, they're not flying up,
they're going to drop like stones and
face the horror of the great tribulation.
That is where they will have the
choice to finally serve God in truth,
not in combined religious adultery,
preferring the pagan orgies to the truth.
The Spirit to John warned the churches
about introducing pagan rites into the
church, and us in Revelation. I think DaVinci
saw the resemblance between Jesus
and John, and circumstances which
bound them. While the Apostles clamoured
for first postition, arguing around them
who would sit on the Lord's right hand,
he put St. John the Beloved there,
and it's not a small thing that it was
to John who the final prophecy was
given and sealed.
I don't think Mary M. was Christ's wife,
but, she is there to represent the bride of Christ.
She is the virtuous and victorious believer,
who is made pure through faith in Christ.
She is the beloved who is redeemed from
sin. This is who he betrothed, and went
away to build a kingdom for. Two thousand
years later, two days, he's coming back
as he promised. That's why it's time to
put away things that offend. It's important
to have the true faith, not the co-mingled
adulterated doctrine, which contain toxic
error. We cannot presumptiously denote
a date for Christ's birth, which happened
to be the day of jealousy for the counterfeit.
It may not seem like a big deal for us,
because we can't see clearly, but, by
example, it is a grave error.
Mary Magdalene and St. John the Beloved
are distinctly different, and it was John
who sits on Jesus's right hand. That
doesn't diminish Mary M.'s divine role.
She is the symbol for every soul longing
for God's forgiveness and love.
The great whore is the (world)church, itself,
in all her lusts for things like the materialistic
and un-Christlike Xmas antics, in her
desire for an affluent and fulfilling life
on Earth, without recognizing that
friendship with the world is enmity
with God. We cannot serve two
masters, and we certainly can't
have spiritual fornication with
the mystery religion and its custom,
then call it by Jesus Christ's holy
and perfect Name.
The world church is seen as the
great whore riding the beast to provoke
God himself. Christ tells us to come
out of her, and come into the true
faith that is coming down from heaven.
| The first [day] of the week cometh|
Mary Magdalene early, when it was
yet dark, unto the sepulchre, and
seeth the stone taken away from
| Then she runneth, and cometh|
to Simon Peter, and to the other
disciple, whom Jesus loved, and
saith unto them, They have taken
away the Lord out of the sepulchre,
and we know not where they have
| Peter therefore went forth, and that|
other disciple, and came to the sepulchre.
| So they ran both together: and the other|
disciple did outrun Peter, and came first
to the sepulchre.
| And he stooping down, [and looking in],|
saw the linen clothes lying; yet went he
| Then cometh Simon Peter following him,|
and went into the sepulchre, and seeth
the linen clothes lie,
| And the napkin, that was about his head,|
not lying with the linen clothes, but wrapped
together in a place by itself.
| Then went in also that other disciple, which|
came first to the sepulchre, and he saw, and
| For as yet they knew not the scripture, that|
he must rise again from the dead.
| Then the disciples went away again unto|
their own home.
| But Mary stood without at the sepulchre|
weeping: and as she wept, she stooped
down, [and looked] into the sepulchre,
| And seeth two angels in white sitting,|
the one at the head, and the other at
the feet, where the body of Jesus had
| And they say unto her, Woman, why|
weepest thou? She saith unto them,
Because they have taken away my Lord,
and I know not where they have laid him.
| And when she had thus said, she turned|
herself back, and saw Jesus standing,
and knew not that it was Jesus.
| Jesus saith unto her, Woman, why|
weepest thou? whom seekest thou?
She, supposing him to be the gardener,
saith unto him, Sir, if thou have borne
him hence, tell me where thou hast laid
him, and I will take him away.
| Jesus saith unto her, Mary. She turned|
herself, and saith unto him, Rabboni;
which is to say, Master.
| Jesus saith unto her, Touch me not;|
for I am not yet ascended to my Father:
but go to my brethren, and say unto
them, I ascend unto my Father, and your
Father; and [to] my God, and your God.
| Mary Magdalene came and told the disciples|
that she had seen the Lord, and [that] he had
spoken these things unto her.
| Then the same day at evening, being the|
first [day] of the week, when the doors were
shut where the disciples were assembled
for fear of the Jews, came Jesus and stood
in the midst, and saith unto them, Peace
[be] unto you.
| And when he had so said, he shewed unto|
them [his] hands and his side. Then were
the disciples glad, when they saw the Lord.
| Then said Jesus to them again, Peace [be]|
unto you: as [my] Father hath sent me,
even so send I you.
| And when he had said this, he breathed|
on [them], and saith unto them, Receive
ye the Holy Ghost:
| Whose soever sins ye remit, they are|
remitted unto them; [and] whose soever
[sins] ye retain, they are retained.
| But Thomas, one of the twelve, called|
Didymus, was not with them when Jesus came.
| The other disciples therefore said unto him,|
We have seen the Lord. But he said unto
them, Except I shall see in his hands the
print of the nails, and put my finger into
the print of the nails, and thrust my hand
into his side, I will not believe.
| And after eight days again his disciples|
were within, and Thomas with them: [then]
came Jesus, the doors being shut, and stood
in the midst, and said, Peace [be] unto you.
| Then saith he to Thomas, Reach hither thy|
finger, and behold my hands; and reach hither
thy hand, and thrust [it] into my side: and be
not faithless, but believing.
| And Thomas answered and said unto him,|
My Lord and my God.
| Jesus saith unto him, Thomas, because|
thou hast seen me, thou hast believed:
blessed [are] they that have not seen,
and [yet] have believed.
| And many other signs truly did Jesus in|
the presence of his disciples, which are
not written in this book:
| But these are written, that ye might|
believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son
of God; and that believing ye might have l
ife through his name.