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Tartan Details - Magdalene

The information held within The Scottish Register of Tartans for the "Magdalene" tartan is shown below. 

Reference: 10044
Designer: Brian Wilton
Tartan date: 22/07/2009
Registration date: 22 July 2009
Category: Fashion
Restrictions: Yes.
Permission to weave this tartan must be sought from copyright holder, Roseline Da Vinci Ltd at [email protected]


Registration notes: The Magdalene Tartan registration coincides with the total eclipse of the sun on 22nd July 2009, its duration being the longest such event until the year 2132. This date ushers in the new moon of Leo within the zodiac and the eclipse takes place across India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, China, Japan and Indonesia and ends at the Phoenix islands. The 22nd of July is the feast day of Mary Magdalene, a much maligned figure from the past, but more recently venerated as the Bride of Christ who represents a sacred female line which was rejected long ago. Jesus called her the 'Apostle to the apostles... the All'. There is a mathematical significance to the number 22: when divided by 7 it gives the value of pi. The Magdalene tartan colours are based on the 22/7 pi confluence, black being the most prominent. This represents Magdalene's absence from view within the Piscean era. Contrary to black there is white and the light, knowledge that Jesus brought with his arrival. Red symbolises the Passion, love and blood. The three gold lines represent the pi bee energy lines that have lain dormant and reactivate post eclipse. The final colour is gray, the colour of the stones which hold the truth, past and present, and turn the key towards solving the Grail chapter. Together the colours radiate, the imitative embodiment of the rising Phoenix that Revelations proclaimed and promised in 22/7.
Registrant details: Mr Brian Wilton, Garden Studio 25, Crieff, Perthshire, Scotland, PH7 3AY
[email protected]
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