The Black Madonna statue in Chartres Cathedral, France represents the pagan Egyptian goddess; Isis. In her arms she’s not holding Jesus, but her conceived son, the Sun God; Horus. Isis, just like Mary Magdalene was a virgin who gave birth to a son on the 25th December.
The event took place, four days after the winter solstice on the 21st, at the moment of the rebirth of the Sun.
Mary stands between two pillars of the Temple of Solomon inside a Vesica Pisces. At the top the “All seeing eye of Horus,” is depicted. The tracing board symbolizes the birth of the solar deity Horus at the Milky Way.
In the Freemasons tracing board, Mary’s Immaculate Conception is depicted. She’s placed inside a Vesica Pisces in between the two pillars of the Temple of Solomon, with the All seeing eye of Horus watching over her.
The Virgin Mary in Chartrers is placed on a pillar in a Vesica Pisces shaped cavity. The origin of this custom to place the virgin mother on a pillar in Christian traditions stems from the legend of ‘Our Lady on the pillar.’ The legend relates to the appearance of the virgin mother to the apostle James in the early days of Christianity on top of a column or pillar carried by angels.
In Masonic traditions this pillar represents the Milky Way. The symbolism of placing the ‘Black Madonna’ with Jesus on a pillar must therefore be equated with the Sun (Horus) on the Milky Way.
Chartrtes Cathedral is well known for the Black Madonna veneration. The Black Madonna however has nothing to do with Mary Magdalene. In reality she represents the pagan Egyptian mother goddess. In her arms she not holding Jesus, but the immaculate conceived son, the Sun God Horus! Isis like Mary was a virgin who gave birth to a son on the 25th December. Four days after Winter Solstice, at the moment of rebirth of the Sun in the annual cycle after the Sun has died on the cross of the zodiac at Winter Solstice.