Eagerly Awaited Novel by William Hearth Ponders Secret Alchemy of Mary Magdalene

WILLIAM HEARTH’S MUCH ANTICIPATED NOVEL TO DEBUT THIS SPRING (2011)

Historical romance inferring scandalous romantic links between Mary Magdalene and Judas Iscariot, heralds arrival of Volume II in William Hearth’s series of fearless historical scholarship. Did their lives represent defiance of rabbinical law? What if these well-known historical figures, tempted by fate to become lovers, were actually vegetarians; linked by dietary practice to the religious and cultural traditions proffered by Pythagoras, Buddhism and Ahimsa?Such knowledge would demand from us a more conscientious approach to life. Read now, the insidiously artful “Secret Alchemy of Mary Magdalene Revealed “Part A” and be ready when “Part B” is released this Christmas. Much anticipated “Novel” arrives in spring 2011.

Hearth speculates, “At a time when ancient vegetarian philosophies clashed with the Judaic-temple practice of slaughtering innocent animals for blood sacrifice…” one question in particular begs an answer: “What if these star-crossed lovers, were actually vegetarians? Their Way of Life and dietary practices would have caused them to be labeled as heretics and outcasts throughout Judean society as being Blasphemous… A crime punishable by death,” whereas these days, such knowledge might elicit a more conscious, enlightened Way of Life.
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ORMUS ~ The Secret Alchemy of Mary Magdalene Revealed Part [A] is a collection of excerpts from the foundational research supporting the greatly anticipated novel from newly acclaimed author William Hearth.

Focusing on events that lead up to the advent of the Jesus Movement in the Levant,  Hearth’s upcoming historical romance promises to be both highly entertaining and informative. The points of view, although drawn from timelines commonly accepted in orthodox religious circles, present a new and refreshing set of possibilities and hope for a generation born into a world filled with pollution, concerns of human injustice, endangered species and a world on the brink of complete environmental meltdown.

Heart makes the point that History is contrived at best. And Mary Magdalene’s history was not immune to corruption, as it has also been rewritten, time and again, to suit the whims and private agendas of countless despot rulers, both during her lifetime as well as centuries after her tenure in the Levant. Even today authors offer unruly and absurd assumptions concerning her history and person.