Mary Magdalene is portrayed as an obscure figures in the Bible, but what constitutes obscurity is a subjective opinion. Mary Magdalene was traditionally believed to have been a prostitute—that has since been revised by the church.

Many now believe she is a far more important figure than the traditional gospels suggest. In fact, according to some of the Gnostic Gospels (commonly referred to as the “lost books” of the Bible), she may have been a senior disciple who was instrumental in spreading the Christian doctrine during the early decades of the church.

Some scholars even suggest she may have been Jesus’ wife. Even if she was merely a follower and friend Jesus, her influence in the early church, and particularly within the mystical branches of it—would have been substantial, forcing theologians to consider revising the history of Christianity to include Mary Magdalene, the empowering woman that she was, and how she changed the direction of this world, by supporting Jesus at his most vulnerable stages in his life.

Mary Magdalene aroma has been devised from her scriptures of the Gnostic Gospels. Mary anointed Jesus feet with expensive Spikenard. The 3 wise men, bought frankincense and Myrrh to baby Jesus. And rose is a native flower from Magdala, Israel (where Mary is from).

Rub a bit of Mary Magdalene's magic on you xo

Sisterhood Empowered Women Perfume - Mary Magdalene.

Ingredients: Spikenard, Frankincense, Rose, Myrrh and Almond oil

JOHN 12:3  3 Then Mary took a pound of very costly oil of Spikenard, anointed the feet of Jesus, and wiped His feet with her hair. And the house was filled with the fragrance of the oil.

And going into the house, they saw the child with Mary his mother, and they fell down and worshiped him. Then, opening their treasures, they offered him gifts, gold and frankincense and myrrh.