Ambitious mother.  Avoided Jesus.  Basked in sunshine of maternal delusion.  Concern regarding Rebecca and Jesus.  Convinced Jesus would become temporal Messiah.  Did not understand Jesus.  Fairly strict disciplinarian.  Faith in Jesus steadied by memory of Gabriel’s appearance.  Faithfully discharged parental responsibilities.  Held to Hellenic view of Judaism.  Increasing disappointment, humiliation, despair.  Overprotective after Jesus fell in sandstorm.  Shocked at Jesus’ Passover views.  Torn between love and fear; harassed by doubts.  Wanted Jesus to join Zealots. 
Brother had farm.  Distant cousin of Elizabeth; visited while pregnant. 
Father Joachim; mother Hannah; sisters Salome, Martha, and Mary wife of Clopas; brother Simon who joined Zealots; second brother lived on farm near Sarid; brother fisherman from Magdala?  Found Jesus teaching in temple.  Gabriel chose family for incarnation.  In most differences of opinion with Joseph, Mary had been right.  Insisted on accompanying Joseph to Bethlehem.  Jesus allowed Mary to entertain whatever ideas she chose.  Jesus sent John for.  Married Joseph in March, 8 B.C.  Moved to Capernaum.  M.’s family always skeptical of Jesus.  Never failed fully to discuss young Jesus’ questions.  Object of modern mother cult. 
Average person of day and generation.  Brown-eyed well-nigh blond.  Died in year following crucifixion.  Educated far above average.  Ever-sunny disposition.  Expert weaver, homemaker.  Remarkable lineage but genealogies not genuine.  Seriously ill with birth of Jude. 
Birth of Jesus.  Gabriel’s announcement.  Golgotha, crucifixion.  Jesus’ 4th morontia appearance.  Jesus’ first Passover at Jerusalem.  Upper room at Pentecost.  Wedding at Cana. 
Returned to Bethsaida, lived with Salome Zebedee.  Sanhedrin met with M.; collapse in Zebedee’s garden. 
See also: UB 122:1; UB 137:6.1; UB 145:0.1; UB 154:5.1; UB 188:3.3; UB 192:0.3.