The story about the Picture
If you look up at page 394 in The O Manuscript – The Grail
by Lars Muhl, you will find this picture.
In 1983 Lars was given the picture by an acquaintance John Engelbrecht (Danish philosopher and humorist). He told Lars that it had been channelled by three psychic monks. The picture portrayed Mary, that is the Virgin Mary. Later Lars understood that it just as much depicted Mary Magdalene. But since he did not have any real evidence that this was the case, he placed the picture without any further information attached to it. The picture was a kind of distress signal.
Extract from pages 392-395 in The O Manuscript – The Grail:
During a talk at the Theosophical Society in Copenhagen a sixty-year-old gentleman asked Lars a question which would turn out to have a significant impact on the work Lars had started with Mary Magdalene.
"Lars! The last picture in your new book is of a woman. But this is the only one in the book which does not have a title or an explanation. Would you care to tell us where you got the picture and who it is in it?"
"It may then be interesting for you to know that it was my mother who took the picture back to Denmark in 1960, and that it is true that it was channelled by three psychics. Furthermore, I can actually tell you that it is really depicting Mary Magdalene."
One week after the public talk the phone rang. It turned out to be the gentleman, whose mother had brought the picture of Mary Magdalene to Denmark:
"Well, I'm sorry to call you now, but I didn't want to disturb you after the talk. I just want to tell you that my mother is still alive and that she would very much like to meet you."
"Her name is Sylvia. She lives ….."
Could this be the same Sylvia whom the English medium 23 years earlier had predicted that Lars should meet because she had something to tell him?
It turned out to be the fact. When Lars visits Sylvia she says (page 402): "I haven't read your books, but when my son showed me the picture of Mary in the Magdalene-book I realized that the messenger I have been waiting for, for forty years, had finally shown himself.
The name Mary Magdalene
Extract from the book The O Manuscript – the Magdalene
by Lars Muhl page 212:
Mariam Magdal is Aramaic for Mary Magdalene.
Mariam may mean the "Joy of God", the "Spirit of Peace" or in certain dialects "Princess", whereas Magdal means "She of the watchtower". In Malachi's book from the Old Testament the expression Magdal-eder is known, which means something like "The exalted One", the "Protector of the Flock" or the "One who is elevated and is guarding the others" or a mixture of the two. A kind of royal figure who is a leader and a protective light for her subjects. All in all, the name Mary Magdalene could mean "The Spirit of the Exalted Peace".
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