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America's leading psychic explores unanswered questions about the Virgin Mary and Mary Magdalene from her unique perspective: as someone familiar with this world and the next.

No conversation about Jesus Christ is complete without a discussion of the two Marys: one his mother, and the other his wife. Sylvia Browne's readers are deeply committed to exploring the life of Jesus through her eyes. Continuing the journey she began a year ago with The Mystical Life of Jesus, the respected psychic seeks and reveals answers to questions that have been asked by countless people of faith.

Drawing on her relationship with her spirit guide and her years studying the controversial Gnostic texts, Sylvia Browne speaks with the confidence and authority only someone who has visited the afterlife can have.

©2007 Sylvia Browne; (P)2007 HighBridge Company

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The Life of Jesus Christ

The story told here is quite powerful and needs to be experienced. Belief lies in the mind of the reader. Credible yes. Recommended for anyone interested in the gnostic aspects of Chritianity

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  • David
  • bloomington, IN, USA
  • 03-10-08

blasphemy

I would not recommend this book to be read. It is blasphemy to the glory of God. It refers to the "supposedly resurection" of Jesus. It paints Jesus not of the trinity but rather as a normal everyday mortal of a human with some extra power to do magic. I am deleting it from my library.

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  • j mason
  • 11-23-17

Great book

This is a lovely account of the two women closest to Jesus and how they helped him fulfill his mission and how they were great teachers and healers in their own right, not the invisible or insignificant figures the early patriarchal church tried to delete.