Thank you for your reply. I don't think I will bother Laura by asking about her past lives. When I read about Pricilla my thought was that sure sounded a lot like Laura. But those could be qualities all great teachers have. You're probably right about us not knowing how far back this all goes.Whether Laura may have been Priscilla in a previous life is one I think you may need to address to Laura directly. When the C's mentioned that the earliest Christ or messiah was a woman, we cannot know just how far back in time they may be going, since Christianity has only been around for 2000 years, whereas human civilisation has been around for tens of thousands of years, if you include Atlantis, Lemuria and even earlier civilisations in the mix.
It is a common misconception that women did not play a role in spreading the gospel in early Christian times. Priscilla is highly regarded in the early church. Indeed, Mary Magdalene was also meant to have been a missionary in southern France. If you want to know more about her, I will speak to my brother as he is quite an expert on scripture and the early church fathers. I will try and address your bloodline point in a separate post.
As far as Mary Magdalene I am not sure what to believe anymore. Is she even real? I think Laura has done a remarkable job of dismantling the New Testament version of Jesus so I'm not sure who this Mary Magdalena person is or who she might be based on. But I am always open to learning more. Basically I was just curious about the woman the C's spoke of.
I had been thinking it would be interesting to find all the Mary and Mary Magdalena references in the New Testament and see how they relate to the information in Laura's book about who some of these people really were. First I need to finish the book.
I am enjoying reading your work here.