Julius Africanus, a writer from Edessa, was the first to use this espression. That is how he named the offspring of Jesus and Mary Magdalene. Or to be exact, the offspring of the Holy Family. Consisting of Joseph, the Virgin Mary and Jesus. But Jesus had, according to the well respected writer Sir Laurence Gardner, three brothers named Joseph, Simon and Judas and three sisters, being Maria, Salome and Joanna. Laurence Gardners states that Jesus was married to Mary Magdalene, that he survived the cruxcifixion in 33 AD and that Mary Magdalene fled the country. In my view together with Jesus. Mary Magdalene fled the First Holy Country, Palestine, by boat and went to France, the Second Holy Country. Where exactly she landed and who were with her in the boat, we don’t know. At least not for sure. She could have landed in Marseille, or Les-Stes-Maries-de-la-Mer, or in Maguelone, or Narbonne, or Fitou, or in Sainte Marie la Mer, just east of Perpignan.