"Tree of Life" found behind Miriam. This tree of life has seven branches (representing the unseen realms of the Heavenly Father), and seven roots (representing the visible realms of the Earthly Mother). To find out more about the tree of life and other stuff mentioned in this update, please find the link to The Essene Church of Christ in the LINKS section.

Miriam of Magdala , Mary Magdalen, The Black Madonna by Terese Nielsen

Matki Boskiej w Lubaszu : A holy card of the miraculous image of Our Lady of Lubaszu, Poland.

Matki Boskiej w LubaszuA holy card of the miraculous image of Our Lady of Lubaszu, Poland.

Mater Dolorosa in Monte Calvario   The statue of the Mother of Sorrows of Mount Calvary. It was gifted to the church of the Holy Sepulchre by queen Mary I of Portugal. The small shrine that houses the statue is filled with votive offerings.

Mater Dolorosa in Monte Calvario The statue of the Mother of Sorrows of Mount Calvary. It was gifted to the church of the Holy Sepulchre by queen Mary I of Portugal. The small shrine that houses the statue is filled with votive offerings.

UNKNOWN ICON PAINTER, Cretan  THE MADONNA DELLA SALUTE  12th century    Santa Maria della Salute, Venice

Page of The Madonna della Salute by UNKNOWN ICON PAINTER, Cretan in the Web Gallery of Art, a searchable image collection and database of European painting, sculpture and architecture

A hand coloured engraving of the miraculous image of Mary venerated in the pilgrimage church of Maria Eck near Traunstein, Bavaria.

O clemens, o pia, o dulcis Virgo Maria The interior of the Lady chapel in Worms cathedral, Germany. Above the altar the last line from the hymn Salve Regina is written: “O clement, O loving, O sweet...

O clemens, o pia, o dulcis Virgo Maria The interior of the Lady chapel in Worms cathedral, Germany. Above the altar the last line from the hymn Salve Regina is written: “O clement, O loving, O sweet...

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