28 February 2009

Limoux Mary Magdalene

Mary Magdalene (17th c.). Limoux. Image courtesy of Rennes-le-Chateau Research.

In a recent interview with Radio Rennessence author Kathleen McGowan mentions the above painting. According to the website, it
. . . was found in a private house in Limoux. It depicts her with her eyes closed, leaning on a skull covered in a bright red mantle. Besides her stands something that looks like the Grail or an urn with a bearded head depicted on it. Based on the view, French researchers concluded this scene depicts an actual grotto in Mount Cardou.

SOURCE: "Interview with Kathleen McGowan," Radio Rennessence (22 Feb 2009).

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