One of the biggest questions raised by
in the Da Vinci Code is whether Jesus was married. In essence, his marriage laid the foundation of the whole set of merovian theories. Therefore, no matter what way to express it, it is of decisive significance. As Dan Brown said in an interview with ABC News Program “Monday prime time”, there is no place in the Bible that Mary Magdalene is a prostitute. The reason for the confusion is that her account is immediately after the story of a prostitute. The acceptance of rumors began in 591 because of Pope Gregory I, who was one of the four “doctorates of Scripture” conferred by the Roman Catholic Church and created public liturgies and Gregory chants.] In his Easter sermon, he claimed that Mary Magdalene and the prostitute were the same woman. This remark was corrected by the Vatican in 1969. Gregory I also said that Mary of Bethany and Mary of Magdalene were the same woman. The Bible does not mention that Christ was married. But if he was “never married”, it is almost certain that this fact must be stated in the book. For a father, ensuring that his son gets married when he reaches his age is as important as ensuring that he is circumcised after birth. Moreover, the law stipulates that the heir to the throne of the David family must marry. The rules that should have been experienced by Jesus, which dominated the royal wedding, are very different from the norms performed by ordinary Jews. The only reason for sexual intercourse to be allowed is to pass on the family line. All marriage and sex practices are strictly regulated. Lawrence Gardner elaborated on this theme in his book the Grail of blood. The engagement lasted for three months, and the “first wedding” was held in September after an oiling ceremony. This marks the beginning of marriage. However, to sleep in the same bed, you have to wait until December of the same year. This is to ensure that the child will be born in the following September, the month of Jewish atonement. [atonement and rejoicing is the idea of Christianity in the future, that is, Jesus came into the world, suffered and died to atone for mankind and regain God’s forgiveness and favor.] If you can conceive after the same bed, you will hold a “second wedding” in the next March to legally establish your marital status. If you are not pregnant, you can’t have sex until the next December. Before the “second wedding”, the woman’s identity was recognized as “almah” – meaning young woman, and the meaning of the word did not include sexual experience. The word can also be translated as “virgin” – obviously, it doesn’t mean “pure virgin” here. When the “second wedding” was held in March, the bride had been pregnant for three months. The three-month delay is to avoid possible miscarriage. It also means that if the wife has infertility, the husband can terminate the engagement. Except for December, when couples are allowed to share a room, the couple will live in separate rooms. If marital discord leads to separation, the woman will be regarded as a “widow” under “Alma”. She had to cry for her husband. As Luke 7:38 says, she “stood behind him and wept next to his feet. Tears wet Jesus’ feet”. If Jesus was conceived during this period of “widowhood” (it really seems that it happened before the wedding of Mary and Joseph), then Christ really became the “son of widows”. of course, Hiran abif [a legend of the Freemasons] was also so called. At the request of King Solomon, the king of the friendly state of tyre (also known as Silan) presented Lebanese fir for the construction of the temple and “the son of the widow of Naftali” Hiran abif. The craftsman commanded and supervised the construction of the temple, but his talent and achievements were envied by other craftsman leaders and were murdered. The original meaning of the English name of Freemasons is “free craftsmen Association”.]; Percival in the Grail legend; And Horus in Egyptian mythology [one of the main gods in ancient Egyptian mythology, his mother was Isis, the goddess of nature. His father Osiris, the king of the underworld, was killed before he died. Horus later killed the murderer, his uncle Seth, the evil god of hell.]. One of the scented ointments used in the wedding ceremony was glycerin, which was used by Mary of Bethany – also known as Mary of Magdalene – to anoint Jesus. The place where she anointed Jesus’ head was Simon zelotus – his more common name was Lazarus’s home. In June 30 ad, she anointed Jesus’ feet at the wedding feast in Cana. The Apostle John did not talk about the actual wedding of Cana, but only about the feast. The guests included both disciples of Jesus and “unclean” pagans. Obviously, Jesus is the bridegroom at the wedding banquet. When there was a shortage of wine for the Eucharist, Jesus’ mother asked the servants to fully follow his instructions to solve the problem. Such a right cannot be given to a guest. The formal wedding must be held in the coming September. In 33 ad, Mary Magdalene anointed Jesus’ feet again and wiped the oil dry with her hair. Only the bride of the Messiah can be allowed to use the ointment, and the time allowed is limited to the first wedding and the second wedding. The king of Egypt has his own custom of marrying his sisters. Jewish kings did not follow this custom, but believed that the royal family’s heirs were inherited by matrilineal inheritance. John the Baptist is of Zadok paternal descent, and their wives always use the title of elixiba. The royal family of David, the wives of Jesus’ ancestors, was named Mary. This explains why Jesus’ mother and wife are called Mary. The “Philippine sound book” of the Gnostic Gospels, which was suppressed by the church but described as “always a good starting point” in the Da Vinci Code by ray tibin (his name comes from the surname of the two authors of the Holy Blood and grail – ray and the reorganized platinum), It describes the love between Mary Magdalene and Jesus – Dan Brown said as follows: the companion of the Savior is Mary Magdalene. Jesus often kissed her and loved her more than the other disciples. The other disciples were angry and expressed their dissatisfaction. They asked Jesus, “why do you love her more than all of us?” The Savior replied to them, “why can’t I love you as much as I love her…”The mystery is profound and mysterious – the world cannot exist without it. The existence of the world is based on human beings, and human existence depends on marriage. ” The act of kissing on the mouth is reserved for married people. What Mr Brown failed to mention was a passage in the gospel of Thomas: hearing Peter complain that “women are not worthy of life”, Jesus responded, “I will personally guide her to become a man… Because every woman who can change herself into a man will enter the kingdom of heaven”. The church has spared no effort to block information about Jesus’ marriage. In 1958, Morton Smith, a professor of ancient history at Columbia University, found a manuscript kept by the universal patriarch of Constantinople in a monastery near Jerusalem. In an anthology of St. Ignatius of Antioch, Smith found a letter from the Archbishop Clement (A.D. 150-215) to his fellow diodor. The letter includes a previously unseen passage from the gospel of mark. He wrote that this part of the gospel should be deleted because it does not conform to the doctrine of church transmission. The gospel of mark is of great significance because it was first written and became the basis of other gospels! Delete the part about Lazarus, who was raised from the dead by the divine power of Christ, saying that he cried in the grave, which shows that he was not dead when Jesus saw him. Lazarus was actually expelled from the church, which seemed no different from death at that time. It takes four days to go to school one by one. On the third day, Martha and Mary summoned Christ that Lazarus’s soul would fall into an eternal curse. Although strictly speaking, the matter was outside Jesus’ authority, he still went to help him regain his rebirth. In addition, the deleted part did not mention the resurrection, but ended with women crying and running out of the empty tomb. In the version of mark 16 we read today, the last 12 chapters were added later. When Jesus arrived at the house where Martha and Mary lived, the description of the gospel of John made people feel that Mary hesitated and didn’t want to leave the house. But the deleted gospel of mark explained clearly: Mary went out with Martha to meet Jesus, but the believers told her to go back to the room. The reason is that as Jesus’ wife, she can only leave the house with the permission of her husband. The Roman Catholic Church claims that St. Peter is the founder of Catholicism. The Greek etymology of Peter’s name “Petros” means stone, and its name is Christ. Peter is known for his aversion to women or, in Brown’s words, “a person who discriminates against women”. If this is true, we can understand why the Catholic church he worked to create has always ignored women. But if we believe that Mary Magdalene is not only the best disciple of Jesus, but also his wife, we have to ask ourselves why women can’t be priests of the Roman Church. Moreover, we need to ask why the church refused to recognize Jesus’ marriage? According to the evidence in hand, we can only draw the same conclusion that Dan Brown reached through the character Lord tibin in the book: the Christian church looks forward to “public confirmation: it is the only boat that can carry human beings to the divine world and enter the kingdom of heaven”.