Itinerary Mary Magdalene Tours (nine day tour sample, and one day for travel) Enjoy a small, intimate tour in the heart of one of the world’s most powerfully spiritual places.
One trail at the Monserratt Mountain is a dedication to Mother Mary, below are some wonderful shrines. There are also some amazing power spots on the walk.
La Caune or The Cave aka The Cave Of Perillios is located in an almost desert area off the Mediterrenan coast by Chateau De Perillos. It is the final scene in Lars Mul book, “The O Manuscript” as Lars believes this was the cave Mary Magdalene did her 40 days in the desert […]
Cave Of Mary Magdalene By Bart Sharp There are so many best-kept secrets in southern France, by the grace of God people appear in my life to be my guide to show me a few of them. Thanks to Maurice who volunteered and my traveling companion, Cecile as we visited The Cave […]
Grotte De Bethlehem, Magical Caves in France
Expanding In The Power Of A Sacred Place By Bart Sharp For the past four years I have been visiting churches, sacred sites and power spots of the Languedoc Region of Southern France. Like a fine wine the perceptions I have had in these places changed or evolved as I have meditated there. When […]
Mary Magdalene And The Strength Of The Feminine In The Modern World By Bart Sharp Painting By El Greco In my Catholic upbringing I was taught to pray to Jesus for issues of higher understanding, the bigger picture of personal development. However, if you wish to have something manifested in daily living, send your […]
The Mystery Of The Black Madonna and Mary Magdalene By Bart Sharp The Black Madonna is a statue found in several hundred churches, particularly in France and Spain. Many are documented of their appearance coming as early as the eighth century. Where they originated from is for most part uncertain. Most European’s with an interest […]
Grotte De Bethlehem By Bart Sharp The Grotte De Bethlehem is located on the cliffside just outside of the small town of Ussat in the Ariege Region. The cave is nearby Monsegur as it was an sacred place of the Cathar people who lived in the area. They likely traveled from Monsegur through the […]