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Outside The Bible there's no evidence that Mary Magdalene ever existed. Answer to your question; None The Knights Templar did not exist at the time that Mary Magdalene lived. These knights were founded in the 12th Century. Their main purpose was to protect the pilgrim holy sites of Jerusalem.

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There's a lot to this, but the basic jist of who the Knights Templar were is this: they were supposedly brought about to protect the bloodline of Jesus. The consipiracy says that Mary Magdalene was Jesus' wife. The proof behind this is that in the Bible it says that Mary was Jesus' companion, which back then literally meant spouse. The story continues that they had a child together. The bloodlines is supposedly the Merovingian family, and the Knights Templar were to protect them at all costs, as to preserve the Sacred Family.


Mary Magdalene had no children.



No, Mary Magdalene died a natural death.


No, he cared for the Blessed Virgin Mary after the crucifixion, not Mary Magdalene.


no lazarus magdalene sister is mary bethany


To the best of our knowledge, Mary Magdalene had no children.


No, Mary Magdalene was a disciple of Our Lord but not related to Him.


No, Mary Magdalene is a female, not a male.


The Bible did not tell the husband of Mary Magdalene,but she lived the rest of her life contemplating to the risen Lord.


Roman Catholic AnswerMary Magdalene believed in Our Blessed Lord and followed Him.


To the best of our knowledge, Mary Magdalene never married anyone.


According to Mary Magdalene was created in 1997-03.


According to Mary Magdalene has 320 pages.


Some scholars say that the name Mary Magdalene probably means that Mary was from Magdala.


Mary Magdalene wore something similar to The Virgin Mary


The names of the parents of Mary Magdalene are not recorded in scripture nor in tradition.


Yes, it is believed that Mary Magdalene was the sister of Lazarus and Martha.


Mary the mother and Mary Magdalene


=== === John 21:1: "Mary Magdalene" Matthew 28:1: "Mary Magdalene and the other Mary" Mark 16:1-2: "Mary Magdalene, and Mary the mother of James, and Salome" Luke 24:1_10: "Mary Magdalene, and Joanna, and Mary the mother of James, and other women" === ===


Yes, Catholics believe that Mary Magdalene was the sister of Martha and Lazarus.



Mary Magdalene had demons in her but jesus healed her, in the book of Luke, she was his disciple after that.


Mary Magdalene knew Judas and all the other 12 apostles.


In the synoptic gospels, Mary Magdalene was definitely not at the crucifixion. Mark 15:40: "There were also women looking on afar off: among whom was Mary Magdalene, and Mary the mother of James the less and of Joses, and Salome."In John's Gospel, Mary Magdalene was definitely at the crucifixion. John 19:25: "Now there stood by the cross of Jesus his mother, and his mother's sister, Mary the wife of Cleophas, and Mary Magdalene."



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