Gloria Amendola & Cort Lindahl
Is the Mary Magdalene Story in Trouble After Claims that The Gospel of Jesus’s Wife Papyrus is Fake? And What do Dan Brown, Lord Byron, and Danté Have in Common?
Thursday, June 29th, 2016 at 10:30 pm EDT, the resolute seeker of truth, René Barnett of NightVision Radio as she reviews recent news of the so-called Gospel of Jesus’s Wife papyrus probable hoax with special Reiki master, Gloria Amendola. Gloria explains what this means for the Mary Magdalene story and its connection to the Divine Feminine movement.
Later in the show, René pulls in geo-explorer Cort Lindahl to reveal the common thread that connects Dan Brown, Lord Byron, and Danté. Cort looks to further explain how this is connected to Rennes-les-Chateau and the Priory of Sion.
Gloria Amendola is an author and intuitive with a passion for esoteric knowledge and dream language. Gloria likes to find the truth of things hidden beneath the surface.
She travels internationally and speaks to audiences about the Holy Grail Mysteries and their connection to the secret destiny of America.
Amendola is a trained group facilitator, seasoned shamanic drummer, and Reiki Master. She helps people understand history from an alternate perspective, putting the pieces together so that people can explore new possibilities and practices on their spiritual path.
Cort Lindahl is a student in life, art, geography, archaeology, and music. He has studied Geomancy and Thomas Jefferson’s use of Geomancy and Ley Lines to form a Township Grid.
Cort has a strong interest in the occult and researching the influence of it on America’s founders and leaders. He is also behind the website survivalcell.blogspot.com.
The Gospel of Jesus’s Wife Papyrus History
The Gospel of Jesus’ Wife is a papyrus fragment with Coptic text that includes the words, “Jesus said to them, ‘my wife…'”. The text received widespread attention when first publicized in 2012 for the implication that some early Christians believed that Jesus was married.
The fragment was presented by Professor Karen L. King, Hollis Professor of Divinity at Harvard Divinity School, at the International Congress of Coptic Studies in Rome on 18 September 2012. King suggested that the papyrus contained a fourth-century Coptic translation of “a gospel probably written in Greek in the second half of the second century.” Following an investigative Atlantic article by Ariel Sabar published online in June 2016, King conceded that the evidence now “presses in the direction of forgery.”
Radiocarbon dating determined that the papyrus is medieval, and further analysis of the language led most scholars to conclude it was copied from the Gospel of Thomas. The fragment’s unclear provenance and similarity to another fragment from the same anonymous owner widely believed to be fake further supported a consensus among scholars that the text is a modern forgery written on a scrap of medieval papyrus. – wikipedia.com
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