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Coming in 2017 - The Auroran Tradition

Dear siblings in faith,

I’ve received a couple of messages about the ‘Auroran Tradition’ that ArchMadria Pamela has mentioned I belong to. I haven’t formally developed or announced this tradition yet, but it will be a sister tradition to the Janite tradition lead by ArchMadria Pamela, and the Lucienne tradition lead by ArchMatronia Georgia. 246 more words

The Holy Daughter wears the garb of Creation, but She is not Creation.

24 Ourania/Oct. 26



Thou, Mother of Compassion, Come. Come Thou revealer of the Mysteries Concealed. Come, Thou Who gives Joy to all who are One with Thee. 1,050 more words

Our Beliefs

The Janati Are Not Angels, They Are Dea.

23 Ourania/Oct. 25


Please note: you may right click on any image in this article and then click on search google for image to locate its origin. 564 more words

Our Beliefs

Bijoya Dashami - Farewell to the Mother

As they lifted her off the platform on which she was stationed for five long days, I felt a lurch in my heart. It felt as if a part of my heart itself was being displaced. 357 more words

Creative Thoughts

The Trinity and the Apple Tree/Part II: The Trunk of Light

3 Ourania/Oct. 5



O, Madria Sofia, Jana of Intelligence, Intuition and Wisdom, be with us. May the Pure Stream of your Virtues flow within me, in this world and in all the worlds to come. 714 more words

Our Beliefs

Everyday Forms of Devi Shakti 

Navratras (literally translated as 9 nights) is a Hindu festival of fasting, prayer, chanting, and meditation, in honour of the various forms of Goddess Durga. The 9 nights (and 10 days) are each dedicated to a Durga reincarnation; and each one, as you may have automatically guessed by now, represents a particular quality of the (Divine) Feminine. 628 more words

Life Lessons

Sacred Season of Fall ruled by Madria Thema

2 Abalon/Sept. 6


O, Madria Vicka, Jana of Courage, Strength and Valor, be with us.


The Sacred Season of Fall

As we faced South and bid farewell to the Noontide of Summer, during which we honored the Celestial Mother as the Rose of Joy, we expressed gratefulness for all its blessings and benefits. 1,025 more words

Feast Days