“Mary” was inspired by two women. The first one being Mary, daughter of Anne (Anna) and Joachim raised in Ephesus where she was taught the art of healing, literature, spirituality by Anne to prepare her spirit and soul for her purpose and to prepare her body to receive and contain the energy of Jesus’s incarnation. She is also the mother of Jesus and the wife of Joseph. She is the grail that allows the divine to incarnate on this earth and she illustrates the fact that in this world, humanity incarnates through women. The feminine is the portal of incarnation of mankind.
According to Catholic tradition she gave birth after having been impregnated by the holy spirit and she remained a virgin, from conception all through the birthing of her son Jesus. Her virgin state symbolises above all her incredible purity, she was described as being without sin, of extraordinary kindness, good will and compassion, in a state of unconditional love towards all that live. As a testament to this purity she adhered to the principle of simplicity, in the sense that she had the gift to go to the essence of all things and communicate directly with the source of all beings as an incarnation of divine grace.
She was entirely devoted to what she felt was her purpose, giving birth to Jesus and allowing the world to find its way back to harmony and balance through his incarnation. She was directly connected to the divine, which allowed her to ascend into the heavens, at the end of her life, with her physical body intact.