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July 22, 2007

12:17 PM

Today, on the feast day of Mary Magdalene...

Dear Mary,

How do I thank you for all that you have given us? For all that you endured so that we might have the purest example of love and faith and courage that this world has ever seen?

There are no words that will ever do justice to what you have done for all of us. The only thing that I, as your student and faithful
follower, can do is to renew my annual pledge to share your story and your love with as many people in the world who will open their hearts and listen to it.

Last year on this date, I traveled through your own steps in France with my family and closest friends. I prayed in the locations where you lived and taught the beauty of The Way of Love, and later that day we prayed in locations where your children and descendents were murdered and tortured for carrying on those same teachings. There
are times when the history of your children is too much to bear. But we must bear it, for in doing so we will continue the teachings and
work with all our hearts to ensure that such intolerance never occurs
in our world again.

And so, beautiful Magdalena, I give you all that I know how to give - my love, my loyalty, my dedication and my best efforts as a flawed human being to carry on your story and your teachings to the world.  I won't always get it right, and I will hope to learn and grow from those moments when I stumble. I invite everyone who reads this to
join me as my brother and sister in absolute equality to move forward in the teachings of The Way, and to take these vows along with me:

Today, I will celebrate you and Easa and how your unconditional love for each other is the greatest inspiration of union that humans have ever been given. I will celebrate my own love for God, and I will endeavor to love my neighbor as myself, even when it is very
difficult, while recognizing that everyone is my neighbor. I will work to both love and forgive, myself and others, and to live as an expression of that love and forgiveness as often as my imperfect humanity will allow. I will become a force for good in the world by
finding appropriate outlets to be of service to humankind, the animal kingdom, and the Planet. I will always be aware of the needs of
children and vow to protect them and nurture them so that they may become the beautiful future that is still in our power to create.

Most of all, I will live in the gratitude that I am alive in this place and this time, to do whatever it is that you need of me.

I am, have always been and will always be, your servant.

- Kathleen

19 Comment(s).

Posted by emeline:

hi !! i'm french and i'm living on the french riviera and i'm really sorry but my english is not very good but I have to say THANK YOU for your book. I have a new perception of the world since i read your book and i will try everyday of my life to follow THE WAY like Easa wanted for everyone. I'm talking about your book to my friends and all the people I know to show them what is the good way . Thank you so much one more time and i hope reading a lot of books of you again. congratulations !!!
July 23, 2007 @ 10:40 AM

Posted by Leah:

Hi Kathleen:

That's so great that you traveled where the Magdalene went; it must have been a milestone in your life. Thanks for sharing your experience, best of luck to you in your writing.
July 24, 2007 @ 3:11 PM

Posted by Debbie:

I have been lost for a very long time struggling with my faith and beliefs. For the first time in a long time I feel hope!
Thank you!
July 24, 2007 @ 7:28 PM

Posted by amber:

I happened across your blog as I was looking for the Hotellerie de la Sainte Baume...a place that I have never been, but as I have been searching for the Divine Feminine, I believe that God has led me to this place and also to your blog. Your words are beautiful, welcoming, and inspiring. As I am trying to get to this Sacred Place in the next few weeks, I was wondering if you know of any place that someone who is non french speaking can find help and information as they journey there? Someone searching for the sacred? Is there such an organization that you know of? Thank you so much for any insight that you can give. Blessings
July 31, 2007 @ 7:03 AM

Posted by Jerry Yahner:

I was once told that a branch of my family surname may reach to John the Baptist. The history is sketchy at best.
Yahner means "May Jehova Favor" in Hebrew, I am told. It could be true. It is an overwhelming feeling to imagine such a connection as Kathleen/Maureen (Mary Magdalene) does in her wonderful book. I will share this book with many. The writing is superb. Please attend our writing festival as our honored guest in 2008!!! www.cchswritingfestival.vpweb.com
We would love to hear from you! Best of luck! May God bless!
August 4, 2007 @ 12:49 PM

Posted by Denise Paulino Gonçalves:

Dear Kathleen:
Congratulations!!
I'm brasilian and I need to say you thanks for your book about Mary Magdalene. We have here, in Brazil a group of studies on the life of Jesus. We are reading your book together. We are waiting anxious your new book. When it will arrive in Brazil? Kisses, Denise
:)
September 13, 2007 @ 7:10 PM

Posted by Célia Gérard / Noëlie Sost:

Chère Madame Mc Gowan.

Nous sommes deux élèves de Lycée en France et nous vous écrivons dans le cadre des TPE (Travaux Personnels Encadrés). En effet nous souhaitons travailler sur le Château de Versailles et plus particulièrement sur la représentation des femmes au XVIIème siècle, sous Louis XIV. Nous nous adressons à vous car, après avoir lu votre ouvrage intitulé "The expected one" et découvert que vous faisiez des recherches sur les femmes dans l'histoire, nous avons naturellement pensé à vous contacter. Bien entendu peut-être n'avez-vous pas le temps de nous aider mais, peu d'écrivain de notre génération se penchent sur ce sujet. Ainsi, et même s'il n'y a pas suite à notre demande, nous vous remercions d'au moins nous avoir lus.

Si vous pouvez nous apporter votre aide, nous nous ferons un plaisir de vous donner de plus amples informations sur ce vaste sujet, dans le cas contraire nous comprenons tout à fait qu'avec votre métier toutes les demandes ne puissent être satisfaites.

Avec nos salutations distinguées.

Noëlie Sost et Célia Gérard, Bagnères de Luchon, le 24 septembre 2007.:-?
September 24, 2007 @ 8:58 AM

Posted by herve:

Hello from a very strange place in France ! in know a place with a templar church with the name of Marie Madeleine and this small church is in the middle of the axe ! ! !
in this place everybody say that they feel power frome earth (tellurique ? ) i dont know anything about that but your book gave me the idear to contact you and perhaps exange with you about this place
thank again Kathleen for yours books
please let me know if i can help you on that point hervé
October 27, 2007 @ 12:48 AM

Posted by Julie:

Hi from New Zealand, I confess I have not as yet read your book, but I look forward to it immensely ;)
I have very strong feelings about Mary Magdalene and the spiritual role of woman in the past and present, in fact I feel down right angry at the complete imbalance I have seen in religion as a whole.
Thank you for bringing to modern light such a beautiful couragous spirit who I know in my heart was the devine feminine to balance Christ. Some may see that as blasphemous, but I often hear the wails of 'blasphemy!' when someone takes a step away from religious conditioning
Bravo Kathleen.
Peace be the journey.
Julie
March 16, 2008 @ 9:15 PM

Posted by Ofra ben-shetrit:

Dearest Kathleen, I am here for the first time. my name is Ofra and I live in Israel. I LOVE Mary ( Miriam Hamagdalit) Magdalene and have just returned from the South of France, where I traveled on the footsteps of my beloved Magdalene, connecting with her energy and with Yeshua and the children. I would not miss climbing The Grotto at Saint Baume for anything....I climbed it and it was a most sweet and powerful, heart moving experience for me. I felt The Magdalene's presence every step of the way, in the magical Chemain de Roys and the forest....and at her Grotto.....but Mary surprised me when she appeared to me on top of that mountain, while I was meditating silently....alone...and she brought me a most magnificent message of her love and her Truth, which I carry with me to All I meet. I was so deeply moved by your words Kathleen, by your love and dedication to Mary's True Legacy and Teachings, and like you and many around the world awakening now, I too, have been carrying & protecting The Christ/Magdalene Teaching, which now are coming back to Life again through all of us...through the love that we carry within us from the teachings of Mary Magdalene and her Beloved Yeshua and their children, teaching we heard from them then - teaching we learn from them NOW. Truth transcends time and space and so are we. We are the Teaching. we are that Truth. We ARE THAT LOVE ! I bless you my dear sister Kathleen and can't wait to read your book: The expected One.
You are always welcome to visit me in Israel. let me know if you wish to come. Thank you dear Mary Magdalene for your Love and Light which is again shining High in The New World. I love you all. Ofra ben-shetrit, Tel-Aviv, Israel
ofrabs@gmail.com
May 20, 2008 @ 3:00 AM

Posted by Talasa:

interesting that the rising of Sirius is on her (MM)feast day and the setting on the feast of the Blessed Mother....Sept.8...
July 1, 2008 @ 5:23 AM

Posted by Nefertari:

Dear Katleen, I would not repeat what I says to us on your site. I exhibition scientific about rough forgiveness!Since the reading of your pound, I am continuously repeated, " excuse the others " and I take off my hat to Mary because simple ant that I am, I find it very difficult to follow his example. I am used there but it is hard! Anyway your pound, which I recommend everybody, opened me eyes. I have already loved Jesus, but currently, the Mary is part of my requests! I thank you Katleen. I send you all love of which I am able.o:)
December 15, 2008 @ 3:51 AM

Posted by susan mcconnell:

Dear Kathleen. Thank you. You have been given much Grace by Mother/Father God. May I walk the labryinth at Chartres by myself on Friday June 19th, or must I go with a group, and if,so, is there one you recommend?
April 21, 2009 @ 9:12 AM

Posted by Marija Jurcevic:

Dear Kathlen

I feel the truth in my heart, and it feels so right..
thank you for your book, i hope the world is ready for more..

Love&light :)

Marija
May 19, 2009 @ 3:26 AM

Posted by That-One-Who-Once-Was-Mary-Magdalene:

Hi Kathleen ! How are you ?

Did you like my nick ? It's not so cool like " The Expected One " , i recognize , ha-ha .

I chose this blog to write you just because my onomastic day is near .

Don't feel bad , darling . I'm not joking , I swear . It's just that I'm happy just to have found you !

The reality use to be more incredible than the fiction . That's undeniable . So , before you think to reject this comment , think about this question :

What would you do in the case that the spirit of the woman who you admirate so much be in the world once again right now and wanted to make contact with you and with other women to ask for help for a big mission what she knows she would have to lead ? What would you say , Kathleen ? What would you say ?

If i am not that soul ... at least give you something to meditate seriously , don't you think ? And if you don't even want to meditate it , at least I made you laugh !

So i give you that homework ... " My Loyal Servant " ! Hahahaaa ! Don't worry , I wouldn't call you that way , darling ! Nooo , it sounds so despotic !

I'll try to read your books as soon as i can , what it means " not very soon " . I'm not in the best conditions to do it by now . But I will be fine .

Ok . That's all . Let's be prepared for any kind of job for the future , my lady . It's the best that i can say . Nice Page And Great Job , Kathleen !

Greetings From Someone in Somewhere In The World !

Love

That-One-Who-Once-Was-Mary-Magdalene ( Sounds so strange ! )

July 17, 2009 @ 3:06 PM

Posted by That-One-Who-Once-Was-Mary-Magdalene:

Hi Kathleen ! How are you ?

Did you like my nick ? It's not so cool like " The Expected One " , i recognize , ha-ha .

I chose this blog to write you just because my onomastic day is near .

Don't feel bad , darling . I'm not joking , I swear . It's just that I'm happy just to have found you !

The reality use to be more incredible than the fiction . That's undeniable . So , before you think to reject this comment , think about this question :

What would you do in the case that the spirit of the woman who you admirate so much be in the world once again right now and wanted to make contact with you and with other women to ask for help for a big mission what she knows she would have to lead ? What would you say , Kathleen ? What would you say ?

If i am not that soul ... at least give you something to meditate seriously , don't you think ? And if you don't even want to meditate it , at least I made you laugh !

So i give you that homework ... " My Loyal Servant " ! Hahahaaa ! Don't worry , I wouldn't call you that way , darling ! Nooo , it sounds so despotic !

I'll try to read your books as soon as i can , what it means " not very soon " . I'm not in the best conditions to do it by now . But I will be fine .

Ok . That's all . Let's be prepared for any kind of job for the future , my lady . It's the best that i can say . Nice Page And Great Job , Kathleen !

Greetings From Someone in Somewhere In The World !

Love

That-One-Who-Once-Was-Mary-Magdalene ( Sounds so strange ! )



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July 17, 2009 @ 3:08 PM

Posted by Lyn Mason:

Dear Kathleen,
I was very blessed to have watched your interview with Dianne Sawyer, to have met you in Seattle, having seen a poster in a bookstore announcing your coming there, and finally to have read The Expected One and told anyone who would listen about it, and just finishing reading The Book of Love, which now resembles a porcupine it is so full of colored book page markers. I have believed in the Magdalen's rightful role since readimg Woman with the Alabaster Jar , by your friend Margaret Starbird,(who grew up next door to my inlaws), and attending gatherings led by Tom Kenyon, who also recieved direct communication from Mary and, together with Judy Sion, wrote The Magdalen Manuscript. I have been to Montsegur and felt the pain there so deeply, and I have seen evidence of these hidden truths in Chartres, and in artwork in France and Italy. I commend your courage and your determination to tell the truth against the World, for even now it is dangerous to stand up for the Divine Feminine Principle. I feel so connected to your work, and will read these books again to keep myself immersed in the truths whose time has returned. I stand with you and your work, and know that it needs no defense. Just as Jesus' true teachings were brought to us near the end of the 20th century in the beautiful masterpiece, A Course in Miracles, so does your work stand with it as a testament to the truth of The Way.
I send you my deep gratitude and respect for the role you have so valiantly taken on in this life.
Abundant blessings,
Lyn Mason
September 1, 2009 @ 9:23 PM

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Posted by Magdalena Milenkovic:

Thank you my sister for your love, hope and thrut... I am from Serbia, it is a small coutry in Europe. I would love to meet you and talk with you about our lady. My ountry is to conservait and I would like to help my people to live with truth and love, but I don't know how. If you can help me, please contact me. Maybe that our dewstino.
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November 25, 2009 @ 1:32 PM