Reveals how the Virgin Mary and other holy women were part of an ancient sacred order of priestesses trained in the practice of divine conception
- 2022 Nautilus Silver Award
- Award Winner in the Spirituality: General category of the 2021 Best Book Awards sponsored by American Book Fest
- Explains how Mary was born into a lineage of powerful women who cultivated and passed on the ability to consciously conceive elevated beings
- Includes a complete translation of the Infancy Gospel of James
and reveals the hidden codes it contains relating to the practice of miraculous conception
- Shows how Mary was trained and initiated in the "womb mysteries" and reveals the esoteric techniques she used to conceive Jesus
Delving into one of the Virgin Mary's forgotten gospels, the Infancy Gospel of James
, Marguerite Mary Rigoglioso, Ph.D., reveals a truth that has been suppressed for nearly two millennia: that Mother Mary was not a passive bystander to her own pregnancy but an advanced member of a sacred order of women trained in divine conception.
Unlocking the hidden codes of Mary's gospel and other ancient source texts, the author reveals how Mary conceived Jesus through a careful process that she willed and initiated. She explains how Mary was born into a family of powerful priestesses, women who possessed, cultivated, and passed on the ability to consciously conceive elevated beings to help the planet. This lineage included Mary's own mother, Anne, who conceived Mary with this method, her relative Elizabeth (mother of John the Baptist), and the biblical matriarch Sarah, the wife of Abraham and mother of Isaac. These women were schooled in the shamanic "womb mysteries," secret knowledge of the capacity of the womb. Decoding the Infancy Gospel of James
, the author shows how Mary was trained and initiated, reveals the esoteric techniques she used to conceive Jesus, and explores the birth itself and the mind-altering reality that accompanied it.
By revealing the Virgin Mary as a trained holy woman and a conscious actor in the conception of Jesus, the author corrects the impression we have been given of a passive and bewildered girl who had no idea how or why she was pregnant. She also restores Mary as the empowered feminine orchestrator of these significant events, paralleling the redemption of Mary Magdalene in recent years. Explaining how and why virgin birth was accomplished, this book allows us to make sense of miraculous conception and reveals the power that lies in all women's wombs.