Artwork: Mary Magdalene & Jesus at The Last Supper
Note Da Vinci's Code: the hand of the deciple at Mary's neck signifying the
beheading of John
New genealogy ... from the HOUSE OF HEROD
Salome III of 7 Veils fame, later known as "Mary Magdalene/John the Beloved," was the dau. of Herodias, Jewish Princess and her uncle Herod-Antipas, Tetrarch of Galilee.
She first married at Canaan Herod-Philip II, later known as "John the
Baptist," half-brother to Jesus. She was later forced to be involved with (around age 16) the beheading of her own husband.
They had one son, Herod Timothy; "The Herodian," later adopted by his uncle, Mary M's second husband (or common-law spouse) Aristobulos III, later known as "Jesus," Lord; King of Chalcis.
John's parents were Antipater III, also known as "Gabriel," executed 4 BC and his father's (Herod I) wife, Mariamne II, also known as Cleopatra of Jerusalem, Princess; dau. of Simon Boethus, High Priest.
He was later adopted by Zechariah, High Priest and his wife Elizabeth.
Jesus' parents were Antipater III, also known as "Gabriel," executed 4 BC and Antipater's cousin, Mariamne IV, also known as Mary, Princess. He was later adopted by Herod III, also known as Joseph of Chalcis who later lived with cousin Mary.
Mary's parents were Joseph Ben Elim of Sepphoris, also known as
Heli/Eli/Joachim, High Priest; "ho tekton"and Olympias, also known as Joanna/Anna, dau. of Herod I, Edomite; King of Judea; "The Great" (d.4 BC) and Malthace of Samaria, Queen.
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