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About The Book
A well-researched work of fiction from bestselling author Barbara Hand Clow
• A contemporary spiritual and erotic thriller that reveals esoteric teachings on Jesus and Mary Magdalene, holy relics, sacred sexuality, and art
• Contains hidden secrets on the use of crystals as well as extraordinary information about secret societies
• Continues the story from Revelations of the Ruby Crystal
• From the bestselling author of The Pleiadian Agenda (98,000 copies sold) and The Mayan Code (57,000 copies sold)
Shortly after his wedding at his family’s ancient castle in Tuscany, sophisticated and mysterious Armando Pierleoni reveals his richly symbolic painting of the love between Jesus and Mary Magdalene to his bride Jennifer. Deeply affecting all who view it, the alchemical portrayal leads Armando, Jennifer, and their friends on a contemporary journey into the esoteric mysteries of divine marriage, sacred sexuality, the Black Madonna, and the transformative power of holy relics.
The group of friends--Jennifer’s journalist brother Simon, his mystical wife Sarah, Jungian analyst Lorenzo, exotically beautiful and insightful Claudia, and Armando and Jennifer--discover past-life connections and the power of sacred sex as a path to the divine. They explore how the Knights Templar collected the bones of the Jesus family from the Talpiot tomb in Jerusalem and eventually placed them in reliquaries throughout the world--including within the Medici Chapel in Florence and in the Four Corners region of the American Southwest.
When Armando’s magical painting of Jesus and Mary Magdalene goes on display in the Medici Chapel and is viewed by thousands, the painting’s power coalesces with Aquarian vibrations to trigger a mass kundalini rising within the Chapel, activating the sacred bones in the reliquaries. The activated bones enable the Light to flow into the world, awakening Christ Consciousness around the globe.