“Like the sparrows on the roof… today we enjoyed the magnificent view that the church of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer offers of the surrounding scenery. Legend has it that around 2000 years ago, Mary Magdalene, Mary Jacobe and Mary Salome, together with Sara-la-Kali, landed in this place – a small village in Carmague – by boat after they were abandoned in Palaestina. This is a nice story that we don’t quite believe, because the group most likely landed in the harbor. The church itself is a memorial place for these four women whose energies can still be felt today.
On our way back to the hotel in St. Rémy-de-Provence we stopped in a small medieval town named Les Baux, which is situated high up on a rock formation. The view over the Provencial wine region is especially picturesque and made up for the fact that, due to technical reasons, we could not visit the Carrierres des Lumieres („Quarry of light“). If we do get to it tomorrow, I will certainly talk about it.
Before we’ll have dinner, we will get together for a meditation and channeling evening in order to process today’s impressions, exchange our thoughts and experiences and to listen to the messages of Mary Magdalene and her companions. We’re looking forward to a delicious dinner from the hotel’s excellent kitchen.”