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Magdalene Shabbat

Magdalene Shabbat

Mary Magdalene, as you continue your ministry among us and through us, we come to know that you are the Church and that you dwell within us. 

As we seek to make our life a prayer, we become an instrument of HER peace. AHAVA.

Magdalene Shabbat

February 2023

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Magdalene Shabbat

As it has been prophesied, the Feminine Christ already walks among us. And her presence unfolds the mystical petals of the sacred rose. 

Ana Otero

Join us for our monthly online Magdalene Shabbat.


This holy feast of bread and wine I have called the Magdalene Shabbat. It was also known as the Wedding Feast, as the bread symbolizes the Material, and the wine symbolizes Spirit.

Although Shabbat is a very ancient word that means Womb or Moon, the Consecrated Shabbat was first celebrated by the Holy Priest-King Melchizedek when he appeared to Abram and Sarai following the battle with the Kings of Edom (Genesis 14).

Then Melchizedek king of Salem brought out bread and wine. He was priest of God Most High, and he blessed Abram, saying,


“Blessed be Abram by God Most High,
Creator of heaven and earth.
And praise be to God Most High,
who delivered your enemies into your hand.”

Yeshua later enshrined this simple and essential holy feast of bread and wine at the very heart of devotion and worship as a form of Light Transmission.

Shabbat is a sacred ceremony that was practiced on Fridays, Venus Day, as this is the day of the week that is the most powerful to open up and receive our beloved Shekhinah. This holy feast is our innate unity with Shekhinah, the Divine Feminine Presence, our innate unity with ALAHA, the Divine Mother Father, and our innate unity with our Soul. We celebrate the unity of Duality and as we invoke the Divine Feminine Presence to come into our lives and our bodies, we allow the Feminine Principle to heal all separation. The transmission received is the remembrance of our UNITY. This is why it was also called a Wedding Feast.


When we read the Gospel of Philip, we come to understand the importance of the Bridal Chamber and Divine Union. In the Magdalene Shabbat, these teachings are experienced, they become the Gnosis by which the great Mystery Teachings become revealed to us.

I have named this Holy Feast Magdalene Shabbat so as to honor Mary Magdalene as beloved of Yeshua and Co-Teacher, embodiment of the Fullness of Light just as her beloved. The Magdalene Shabbat carries the Light transmission of Holy Man and Holy Woman as the Oneness of Light. Shabbat is a practice within the ancient Traditions and Initiations of the Mantle of the Bride.


The Magdalene Shabbat is not bound to dogmatic liturgies and prescribed rites and rituals, it is rooted in the mystical ways of devotion—invocation, prayer, meditation, body practices and sacred ceremony.


Our Online Shabbats are monthly and it is an honor to have all of you in our Community.


If you would like to join us online in February 2023 , click here.

In His and Her Holy Name.


Ana Otero

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