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The Two Marys - The Hidden History of the Mother and Wife of Jesus
by Sylvia Browne
ISBN 0-525-95043-1
Published November 2007 - Hardcover - 221 pages - $23.95

As you are probably aware by now, I am a believer in what Sylvia Browne has to say, so I'm doing what feels right and reading all I can of hers.  And learning much as I go.  By reading, we learn.  Of course not everything you come across can be believed, but when one speaks with such conviction, as does Sylvia Browne, I take notice.  Also, because there's no concrete evidence as to what goes on in Heaven, and because Sylvia has demonstrated her gift (watch her on The Montel Williams Show) and amazed thousands, I believe she has credibility.  And this credibility shakes up the religious who scoff at her knowledge.  I have to wonder why humans are so corrupt, and why they cover things up (the powerful and persuasive people)?  What are they so afraid of?  Personally, I think it all boils down to greed.  Greed for power.  Much of Sylvia's "research" is done by her spirit guide Francine.  However, for this book she says she personally "saw" much of what she writes about, with the help of God.  She eloquently spells out how Jesus and Mary Magdalene and his mother Mary lived and worked, and that Jesus did marry Mary Magdalene and have a family (why is this so hard to accept?), and also points out (as she does in other books of hers) that the Bible is full of inaccuracies, with some things omitted and others conveniently altered.  This makes perfect sense to me.  Sylvia says that both Marys were literate, came from royal and wealthy-ish families, and were very close.  And neither was Mary Magdalene a harlot or a sinner, and she gives us another glimpse into the man who was Jesus and into his life on earth.  There's a lot about Jesus' life in this book, along with some of the Apostles, and the formation of "religion."  I do wish that everyone would read and digest Chapter 6 - The Church That Won, for a brief insight into church and human behavior.  Also, see the 13th Tenet of Sylvia's church (Spiritus Novus).  Visit Sylvia Browne's website.
Conclusion - As always, Sylvia's book is food for thought and serious consideration.

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