I created this site to: “talk my walk” and share some of the insights I’ve developed during my engagement with Mary Magdalene.  She found me – almost in spite of myself, for I had long since rejected Christianity.  Years ago, my spiritual path coalesced around the Divine Feminine –  She Who Is – the primordial primeval Great Goddess.  Her path led me to self-knowledge, forgiveness and compassion.  Eventually, She led me back to the Divine Masculine and the Hieros Gamos, the Sacred Marriage.

Mary Magdalene became my unexpected guide during the latter part of this on-going journey, leading me to a reclamation of  a Christian legacy I had long ago rejected.  I have found, as TS Eliot once stated: We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.

As a Gnostic priest, I am free to create my own liturgy.  In the summer of 2006, while living on the Arabian peninsula, not far from Mesopotamia where the Hebraic Christianity has its deepest roots, I composed a mass based on Hebraic & Christian biblical traditions, Chaldean and Sumerian history, pagan ritual, and my own extensive knowledge of the use and meaning of symbols.

The mass celebrates the union of feminine and masculine in whichever spheres- spiritual, psychological and/or physical the communicant chooses to reside.  Divine Feminine and the Divine Masculine –Bride & Bridegroom –Mary Magdalene and Jesus Christ serve as metaphors to access  these various realms.

This blog is created as a means to post some sermons or homilies which have arisen out of my presentations of the mass.  Mary Magdalene continues to grace me with guidance and inspiration in this work. 

I am forever grateful to the poets, artists, historians, teachers, musicians and philosophers who have informed, guided and educated me in understanding and appreciating  how deep and intricate is the root system which nourishes me and also how it touches, nurtures and is sustained by each and every other system it encounters.  The web of life binds us inextricably into One.

Blessed Be


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