Mary Magdalene is the First, and most Trusted Apostle!
We just finished watching the Discovery Channel series ‘Finding Jesus,’ on the Apostle Simeon, also known as Peter, the Rock. They call Peter the most reluctant, first Apostle. They said that Jesus called Peter ‘the Rock’ because he was ‘the rock that Christ would build his church upon,’ but this is not stated clearly in the bible. The Discovery channel stated that Peter was the most important Apostle and trusted Peter the most with the teachings of Christ. Jesus knew everyone of his Apostles weaknesses and only trusted Mary Magdalene the first Apostle, his wife, and His right hand ‘Wo’man.’ Please see the picture above in the ‘Last Supper,’ painted by Leonardo Da’Vinci.
At the last Supper, Jesus stated that one of the Apostles would betray Him. All the Apostles, including Mary, asked who would betray Him. Jesus stated that ‘the one who will betray me is the one I give this bread to.’ He handed the broken piece of bread to Judas. Everyone was surprised. Jesus said that not one of them would stay faithful to Him, ‘all of you will desert me when my time has come.’ Holding Mary’s hand under the table, he squeezes her hand, knowing that She, also his mother and the other women disciples would stay the entire duration of the crucifixion. Peter looked at Jesus and stated that he would lay down his life for him. He tells Peter that when the cock crows, he will have betrayed him three times. Peter stated that ‘even if I have to die with you, I will not betray you.’ Jesus was always aware that Peter was not as grounded as Peter himself thought he was. Peter was not the secure rock everyone deems him to be, he was the dismantler of Christ’s true Church; Christ’s true teachings. In Jesus’s time of need, Peter denies Jesus three times before the cock crows. Peter is overcome by the sense of failure when he did deny Jesus three times, just as the Master had said he would.
During the crucifixion, Mary Magdalene, Mother Mary, Mary Salome, and all of the ‘Women,’ disciples would stay the entire duration of the crucifixion. All of Jesus’s male Apostles, would deny and run away from the crucifixion.
Peter, the ‘second’ Apostle of Jesus was called the ‘Rock,’ not because he was the foundation of the new Christ church or that Jesus trusted him the most. Jesus did not trust Peter! Jesus knew that Peter’s foundation was rocky, thus, playing up His name, Peter the Rock. Understand, to build a building, you clear the foundation of all ‘rocks,’ making sure that the building will be safe and secure. Peter was called the ‘Rock’ because he had a hardened heart towards the true teachings of Christ and Spiritual equality for women, specifically Mary Magdalene. Mary Magdalene, the first Apostle, was an audacious women who spoke her mind and possessed the heart of Jesus. Mary Magdalene was the ‘woman who knew all things.’ She understood the teachings of the Master. Peter, being hot tempered, was jealous, envious, and had a hardened heart when it came to the true teachings of Jesus, because he did not understand Spiritual equality for All beings, male and female! Peter was called the ‘Rock’ because he denied Mary Magdalene after the crucifixion and also after Jesus ascended, especially when he told ‘Peter the Rock,’ that ‘She,’ Mary Magdalene would be the new church! Peter denied Her and the true teachings of Christ to fit the male oriented ‘Judaeo’ fraternity! Peter set the pregnant Mary Magdalene, ‘the Holy Grail,’ in a boat without oars, and sent her into the open water, setting Her astray! Eventually, She and two other people in the boat would land in France.
In 2016, Pope Francis venerated Mary Magdalene as the Apostles of the Apostles! Meaning, she is Spiritually equal to All the male Apostles NOW! The Pope finally admitted it to the world, but still denies equality for women in their own church!
What about equality for their imprisoned Nuns?
A Nuns Home is called a convent!
A Nuns Room is called a cell!
Peter disobeyed Christ and still does to this day through the ‘impure’ Catholic Church, and through Pope Francis’s denial to accept ‘women’ *Her as a Spiritual equal in the Church!