As Carl Jung said, every one shares common consciousness. Because of this, our divine experiences will be very much the same despite them being clothed in different garb.
When the divine sends messengers to the earth , it brings them down in ways we all can understand. It sent Isis to Egypt, Ishtar to the Babylonians, Diana to the Romans, Aphrodite to the Greeks and Mary magick to the monotheistic religions of the west. This is on purpose, this is to create a continuity in message and aesthetic.
Mary is in fact the archetypical emanation of the divine feminine. She is holy. She is just. She’s worked miracles for millions of people; from answers to simple and practical prayers, to explanations of the often complicated and abstract meaning of life.
Some call upon her magically, using ritual and all the wonderful trappings of sorcery and Spell casting. Others prefer to use prayer. What is prayer, however, if not a form of magic? As with all things magical, it is most important that the way you call upon her match your inner being and style.
I can’t tell you if she is actually the mother of God. What I can attest to is that she is one of the most powerful spiritual forces in the spiritual realms. In his book, “Mary Magick: Calling Forth The Divine Mother For Help,” Baal Kadmon shows you how to perform Mary Magick and tap into her awesome glory and power.