I slipped up. It happens in an investigation such as this one. You will recall that I spent so much time at the dinner party of Shimon the jar maker attempting to identify Miryam of Migdal as the woman with the alabaster jar that I didn’t even think to interview the host. Shimon. He was her father. How did I possibly miss that one? And here I thought the puzzle was complete, or as complete as it would ever be, but no. The Miryam story arch takes on an entirely new perspective when that little nugget of information is known.
It’s been a few months since I’ve updated my ‘Mary Magdalene: Wife of Messiah’ report. Where has the time gone? I’ve been so busy with my Millennial Kingdom research. Anyhow, you’ll find the updated report in the section titiled: ‘The Woman and the Alabaster Jar Revisted.’ It’s loaded with new insight and information.