In the Gnostic Gospel of Philip, it says, as The da Vinci Code made known to the general public, that "the companion of the saviour is Mary of Magdala. The saviour loved her more than all the disciples, and he kissed her often on her mouth."
It also says in Philip's Gospel, "The holy place is baptism; the holy of the holy is redemption; the HOLY OF HOLIES is the BRIDAL CHAMBER. Baptism entails resurrection and redemption, and redemption is the bridal chamber. The bridal chamber is within a realm superior to what we belong to, and you cannot find anything like it. These are the ones who worship in spirit and in truth, for they do not worship in Jerusalem (in the temple). There are people in Jerusalem who do worship in Jerusalem, and they await the mysteries called the holy of holies, the curtain of which was torn. Our bridal chamber is the image of the bride chamber above (in the temple). That is why its curtain was torn from top to bottom, for some people from below had to go up."