Mary Magdalene is a very special woman. She was no prostitute as the Church said, she was no repentant sinner, she was a woman of high birth, wealthy and very spiritual. She became the partner of Jesus They were an extraordinary pair. They probably were married and had, according to Laurence Gardner, three children. Sarah, or Tamar, for Sarah was a title meaning “princess, Jesus II and Joseph. I talk about the desposyni, her bloodline and the bloodline of Joseph of Arimathea, Jesus’ younger brother, who went to England.
Mary Magdalene fled the Holy Country, Palestine, or Judea as it was called then, after the crucifixion of Jesus in 33AD. She had to fear for her life. Maybe she fled together with Jesus, who could well have survived the crucifixion. They fled to France, a country well known to the Jews. There are many stories as to where she landed. In Marseille, in Les-Stes-Maries-de-la-Mer, in Maguelone, in Narbonne, in Fitou or in Ste-Marie-la-Mer near Perpignan.
There are just as many stories as to where she lived, preached or is buried. In Aix-en-Provence, in St-Maximin-la-Ste-Baume, in the cave of Ste Baume, in Maguelone, in Narbonne, in Vezelay or somewhere in the area around Rennes-le-Chateau.