< NewEnergy 8 > The church had to pose her (Myriam) as the bad one. But, it is funny they could not somehow change the actual story of Myriam meeting Yeshua after the crucifixion - after the death of the physical body - and speaking to him, sharing with him. Much has been misunderstood about this whole incident. We are here to clear some of that up today.
< NewEnergy 8 > When she (Myriam) met Yeshua after the crucifixion, she was the only one there. And, they met, for indeed they had a dear, and sweet, and loving relationship. They never married. She never bore his child. They had tremendous respect and love for each other, but at the time in that society, it was not - how to say - appropriate for them to have bonded together in marriage or with children. But, the love was deep. The admiration was mutual. There needed to be a balance (of male and female). The church has written this out because they wanted it to be simply a male energy. But, Myriam was as important as Yeshua… in a sense, a teacher for him. Even after he had learned from the priests in the temples and from the mystics, he learned so much from her, something that we are going to talk about today, an opening that we are going to do today.