Mary Magdalene...the tower behind is Temple Bruer.
The quest to find Mary Magdalene goes on and into Lincolnshire. The first port of call was the Temple Bruer Preceptory, one of the few Knights Templar sites left in England where any ruins remain standing. The surviving 13th century tower originally
formed part of the Templar church. What is fascinating and a mystery to some is the chiselled entrance to the tower; something too big had to be taken out. By my measurements, research and channelling combined has shown this to be a tomb, specifically the
tomb of Mary Magdalene. Also, noted and seen were the “double M” in one symbol which the Templars engraved to show Mary Magdalene. I also counted Nine stone arches around the tower lower wall where the tomb would have rested. (Nine letters in Magdalene)
A large constructed X is seen from above on the stone ceiling, alluring to the “X marks the treasure”.
The tomb was passed onto Lincoln Cathedral where it lay hidden before being moved again. There is a painting of Mary Magdalene that has
long been hidden but now finally on view. It shows Mary in her usual red attire, but she looks on at these ancient texts. Behind her is what I believe to be the tower structure of Temple Bruer, further indicating that her tomb was there and it was passed to
Lincoln Cathedral. It's worth noting that Lincoln Cathedral is built upon an early church dedicated to Mary Magdalene. Another church was built in her name further along the main path which became my 62nd Magdalene church visit. Lincoln Cathedral also has
a building called Chapter house; the Templars were on trial here in this round building and spent some time in Lincoln Castle awaiting trial.
There is a stained-glass window in the Chapter House which commemorates the long inquisition held there into
the Order in 1310. No charges were, in the event, brought against them. An aerial view of the Cathedral shows it to be in the shape of the Cross of Lorraine, the original insignia employed by the Templars. As for the tomb of Mary Magdalene, her journey continues
as does mine 😉😇