the hoax on bloodlines is that the hoax your talking about?
evidence of the family of Jesus Christ? or is there another hoax out there?
Basically the crux of this particular hoax concerned Templar survival, it had nothing whatsoever to do with Merovingians, a Davidic bloodline, or Mary Magdalene. The netherworld of faux chivalric orders was (and still is) consumed with creating false lineages of corporate continuity, sometimes in the form of dynastic bloodlines and sometimes not. Plantard was a collector of "mysteries", he never passed one by without trying to work himself into the picture somehow, as a Merovingian, or a St. Clair, or what have you. He had many contemporary examples to follow, but he wasn't very convincing - until HBHG made him famous as a Jesus/Magdalene "bloodliner" - a claim that Plantard never made about himself.
Does Mari have a son and is she a healer?
from what I read she is a bit harsh not very loving
or am I doing her an injustice
The blood-drinking bit was a later disparagement. She was the principal deity of her tribal believers, she was pretty much all things to them as a mother goddess would be. Harsh when it came to injustice, yes.
Now with Rosemerte the goddess found at Mount Sion ...the rose is associated with her
She is the Rose mother...Roseline and Ursuline
The Gallic etymology of Rosmerta's name has nothing to do with roses or mothers per se. It means "great provider", she was a goddess of abundance. "Rose" and "Ursa" aren't even close in Latin, so I'm not sure how or why you're making this comparison.
in Louisiana or Hatian Voodoo the Saint Ersuli the Earth Mother...is Virgin Mary..very loving
Actually, Erzulie is not an earth mother goddess per se, she's the goddess of love and sex.
Just rambling a bit I see the name Mari and mari ...what makes her identified to the Black Madonna...beside her name Mari and she is the Dark Earth (soil) goddess...does she represent more the Magdalene aspect
The "black" part is a double entendre, as the Basque word for "pagan" or "non-Christian" is the same word they use for "moor". And this carried over into the Celtiberian and Latin-based Iberian languages as well, as in the folkore spirits called "mouras encantadas", or Enchanted Moors, who guard the sacred places of pre-Christian origin, the hiding places of fantastic treasures of gold and precious gems. The Basques didn't envision Mari as dark; nor are the Enchanted Moors seen as dark - they generally have long, golden hair and fair complexions. They are what the Irish would call the Banh Sidhe, or banshees, or in Provence, the Sarassines (i.e. Saint Sarah before the Romany adopted her as their own). The dark skin of the Black Virgin differentiates her from the Christian Virgin Mary, not because they believed she was dark-skinned, but because she is a pagan goddess - a moura
, but not an Arab "moor".
The only reflection between Mari and the Magdalene comes from later church hagiography - Magdalene, living in a cave, covered with her long flowing hair, in imitation of the indigenous spirits of Celtic and Iberian folklore, remnant spirits of the people who came before them.
help me out here in other words the Basque looked at the Black Madonna as the Mari earth goddess did I get it right here
Not just the Basques as we consider who the Basques are now. The ancestors of the Basques and Gascons were much more wide-spread geographically before the subsequent waves of invaders from the Asian steppes pushed them up into the mountains. Those who stayed in the lowlands assimilated, and the mouras became part of Celtic folklore as well.