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The Cross We Shared

Magda

Published January 31st 2012
ISBN : 9789081666619
Paperback
418 pages
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A woman in the days of the Crucifixion in Jerusalem found a safe haven and a place of hiding. This ground was for her like no other. She left the land of Canaan after the Crucifixion, and on several soils she trod with her companions. But no tracesMoreA woman in the days of the Crucifixion in Jerusalem found a safe haven and a place of hiding. This ground was for her like no other. She left the land of Canaan after the Crucifixion, and on several soils she trod with her companions. But no traces were left of her final destination. And in no scroll or stone, to this day unearthed, was etched about the soil she lived on last and loved. Not oral traditions, not even legend and lore, traced her to the place she had chosen to live last and rest, in the days of the Cross. This woman wrote several manuscripts. In these manuscripts she concealed her name, she knew society favored men. She entered a time machine and penned about the past and future. Fortuna, the Roman deity, reeled the Wheel of Life at this woman. She dropped the woman off her Wheel over and over- people die and they are born again. This was a lost teaching of Jesus that was effaced from the scriptures. And of the things He said, more was said between the lines... In her place of hiding the woman concealed sacred objects, not only in the days of the Cross, but before. And this place was her Home she revisited often, when she was clothed in garbs that were different, that is, other lives. In the House of the Bourbons and Capetians of France she dwelt. The horrors in the untold story of the French Revolution she experienced. She was once struck with a rod upon the cheek. In the Negro slavery, she shared their pain. In the days of the first Holocaust she lived. She was of Jacob and a Jew. She was a woman in the wilderness in Revelation, and several husbands she had. And in the days of the end--which is not the end, but a myth--a story of stalking, crime, and intellectual property theft came to pass...