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Mary Magdalene at Mt. Fuji, Japan

Ah where do I begin.

For the last 2.5 years I have been trying to go to Mt. Fuji, but finally I had a chance to go with a few special people.

Tom-Tom a healer/activator who is closely connected to Sirius has great wisdom about Mount Fuji. He tells me great secrets of this MAGnicificent volcano that sits just 2 hour drive away from Tokyo. The volcano itself is breathtaking in person. I could feel the clear energy immediately. Tom-Tom tells us that there are Dragons that reside within the mountain. Immediately I felt compelled to tell him that Mary Magdalene once came here with Yeshua aka Jesus. And when they came here Mary and Yeshua were both initiated into this dragon energy, which is another name for kundalini energy.

Tom-Tom then reminded me that I told a class in Tokyo that when Mt. Fuji fully erupts, the kundalini of the Earth will awaken.Mt. Fuji sits at the "eye" of the ring of fire. If you notice there is a mural painting, that is Mary Magdalene in Glastonbury, England. It was sent to me the very early morning of that day by a friend who was there at that moment. Just two weeks before I received this image I also received the same image from a friend who was also there. I have seen this image before, but now it kept my attention of course. Notice the six dragons that are coming out of Mary. This mural is of Mary and the dragons are the demons representing the seven deadly sins of which she had to be exorcised. The flyer says this. Notice there are only 6 dragons, where is the seventh. I truly don't know much about this mural, besides that the chapel that was built around 1500 for a women's circle. However, whoever painted this mural was most definitely channeling information.

What I am receiving that the dragons are representative of the serpent, or Japanese version, the dragon. The Japanese Taoist Ying and Yang have 12 lines in the hexagram. When you split the 12, you have 6, each of the 6 yang lines and 6 yin lines. In Japan, heaven is represented by a dragon, but it also represents yang. Yin is characterized as slow, soft, yielding, diffuse, cold, wet, and passive; and is associated with water, earth, the moon, femininity, and night time. Yang, by contrast, is fast, hard, solid, focused, hot, dry, and active; and is associated with fire, sky, the sun, masculinity and daytime.

"The holy man, who understands the mysteries of creation inherent in end and beginning, becomes superior to the limitations of the transitory. For him, the meaning of time is that in it, the stages of growth can unfold in a clear sequence. He is mindful at every moment and uses the six stages of growth as if they were six dragons (the image attributed to the individual lines) on which he mounts to heaven." -- Commentary on hexagram #1, the Creative (The I Ching p 371, Wilhelm/Baynes edition)

This sounds like a great master's work.

According to Tao, In the Firing Process, each of the six stages of growth is timed with one's breath aka, the dragon breath.

This to me sounds like what Yeshua would call the "Fire of the holy spirit", aka Shekinah which is also firey.

The Japanese believed that Male of Female could carry the Yin or the Yang. This is something both Yeshua and Mary could relate to.

Yeshua says to Peter in regards to Mary Magdalene, "Look, I will guide her to make her male, so that she too may become a living spirit resembling you males. For every female who makes herself male will enter the kingdom of Heaven."

This means many things but in this reference means that Mary will receive the 6 yin lines one breath of fire (dragon) at a time. A dragon spitting fire refers to a breath of the Firing Process, during which the yang energy of the mind of Tao is controlling the false yin energy of the human mind. Fire represents both the illumination of conscious awareness and the destruction of the illusion of the human mind.

The true fire is one`s own spirit: the true times are one`s own breathing. Refining the medicine by means of fire in order to form the Elixir is like spirit driving breath in order to attest the Tao. -- Zhu Yuanyu 17th c. Taoist master, Commentary on the Cantong Qi

You should quickly set about increasing the fire, gathering yang and putting it into the furnace of evolution, gradually gathering, gradually refining, from vagueness to clarity, from one yang to complete purity of six yangs. –- Liu Yiming (commentary on Understanding Reality by Zhang Boduan p87)

You will see two statues, of Todaiji temple, Nara, Japan The temple guardians represent the Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, birth and death (of the spiritual body of effort to reach the state of prolonged presence of the original Spirit).The left guardian has his mouth opened and is saying Ah, the first syllable of the Japanese syllabary and the Sanskrit alphabet, which has the same meaning as the first yang line of the hexagram Heaven. The Guardian on the right has his mouth closed, saying Om, a syllable from the Sanskrit alphabet or N, the last syllable of the Japanese Hiragana alphabet, which has the same meaning as the sixth line of the hexagram Heaven. Sounds familiar? Jesus Christ, The Alpha and Mary Magdalene "The Omega". This was built about 500 years later

The A syllable is the basis of all words, and the mother of all syllables. It is the wellspring of all teachings.

–- Commentary on the Mahavairocana Sutra

I am Om, the Word that is God. -- Bhagavad Gita 7:8 (Hindu text)

After speaking of Mary Magdalene to my friends at the base of Mount Fuji, we go to get lunch and on the way I see a statue. I asked to stop. We run up to the statue, and it said, "Ring the bell to receive love" in Japanese. I told them, this is a statue of Mary Magdalene. Notice the natural heart shaped crevice in the tree. Just a beautiful a confirmation for me.

There will be more information like this in my book in details of Mary Magdalene in Japan. Please subscribe to my website to get notified when the book launches. :-)

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