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Mary doesn NOT get us into heaven, only Jesus, having a relationship with Him is the only way, Jesus said, I am the Way the Truth and the Life, no one comes to the Father except through Me” John 14:6.
Do you see Mary in there at all? I don't, I pray that you open your eyes and read the bible again, preferabally KJV. There is so much in scripture that doesn't say anything about Mary has to do with anything about salvation or Christianity. I am sure she is in heaven, but she died a normal death. Only Jesus was acsended into heaven bodily.