Student Accomplishments:
Bettye Johnson named Woman of the Year-
by the Nat’l Assn. of Professional Women

Rainier resident Bettye Johnson flanked by her Independent Publisher (IP) awards in 2006 & 2008
Photo courtesy: Bettye Johnson

The National Association of Professional Women recognizes Bettye A. Johnson

On September 1, 2013, Johnson was named as a Woman of the Year for 2013/2014 for her demonstrated excellence & dedication within her profession.
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About the National Association of Professional Women
The National Association of Professional Women (NAPW) is an exclusive network for professional women to interact, exchange ideas, educate, and empower. NAPW members enjoy a wealth of resources, benefits, and services dedicated to enhancing their lives and promoting their businesses and careers.
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Magdalena of Hy Brazil
Bettye’s latest book, the third book in her Magdalene Series, will soon go to the printers and is estimated to be available by the end of September.
Read more about Bettye’s books.

Bettye on being a student of Ramtha’s:
“Ramtha’s has been and is a great influence for the research of my books and my life. The first was Secrets of the Magdalene Scrolls where at various events he would throw out one-liners about Mary Magdalene such as ‘She was black. She had red hair. She had one blue eye and one green eye. She was of royalty and she was Ethiopian. She married Jesus and had a daughter named Sarah and a boy named James. She was also the greater Initiate.’

I wrote these statements down in my notes and after I went to Spain for a Ramtha event and toured parts of France, I came home and began my research. I became my own independent publisher and from this have won awards. I learned from him to do my research in many areas.

I have been a Ramtha student since it began in the Arena (August, 1988). Actually before that.”

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