In the spirit: Flo Magdalena


What: Dialogue with Kelly S. Jones and Flo Magdalena, centering on Flo’s account of the historical relationship of Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene.

Where: Crystal Visions, 5426 Asheville Hwy., Hendersonville

When: Tuesday, June 17 at 7 p.m.

Why: Since the early eighties, Flo Magdalena has had channeling experiences that she claims have put her in communication with various entities including Jesus Christ (“Jeshua”) and Mary Magdalene. Such experiences have inspired her career and her book I Remember Union, an account of Christ’s life that describes the relationship that he had with Mary Magdalene.

Xpress: How did you discover your ability to channel, and what is the significance of the union of Christ and Magdalene?

Magdalena: In the late ’70s, I studied metaphysics with Patricia Hayes, the founder of Delphi University, who taught channeling as a teachable skill. … In 1984, I began channeling The Ones With No Names — an amorphous group who have never incarnated. The Ones bring information about the specific context of this lifetime as relates to our entire incarnative history/herstory. Over many years, I have opened as a conscious channel to bring messages from The Council of Light, the Galactic Federation, the Star Nation and other guides and masters that specifically offer modalities for healing the heart and living from the soul

From a mystical, three-year experience with Mary Magdalene, I wrote I Remember UnionThe Story of Mary Magdalena … a book revealing Magdalene’s role in the life of Jeshua. The union of the divine feminine and the divine masculine is a key element in the book. Christ and Magdalene lived this union consciously through their capacity to bridge heaven and earth, embodying the vibration of light through their destinies that embodied the Peace of a Million Years of Dreaming, 2,000 years ago.




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Exploring the subtle and esoteric aspects of what drives and inspires people to take action— including religion, spirituality, ethics, and aesthetics.

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