Important Personal Dates

23/03/2013 – Liberation and freedom from domestic abuse
05/01/2014 – Spiritual awakening and initial illumination
10/02/2016 – Shamanic crisis and near death experience
09/07/2017 – Beginning initiation into witchcraft
23/10/2018 – Charismatic baptism into the Déanic Ekklesia

Morning and Evening Prayers to the Mother

A Morning Prayer

Celestial Mother, grant me this day that every work I do
shall be as lovingly and well performed
as though I were to give it into Your divine hands.
Fill me with Your energy,
that I may both give beauty to the world
and perceive the beautiful in all of Your creation.
Grant that this day shall add a stone to the temple of my soul.

An Evening Prayer

Mother, to Whom all the thousands of the days are as one,
and yet Who knows more of the small events of my past day than I;
receive my spirit at the ending of the day,
and protect her through the night.

– Taken from the book The Sacred Myths and Rites of the Madrians

God my Father and my Mother

God my Father and my Mother
I give you thanks and praise
For all that you have made,
For the stars in their splendour
And the world in its wonder
And for the glorious gift of human life.
With the saints and angels in heaven
I praise your holy name.

– Taken from the Methodist’s Prayer

Personal Prayer to Triple Hekate

Beautiful Maiden
Draped in divine robes
With luscious locks that lay dark as night around your waist

Honoured Mother
Enactor of justice
You whom guides the soul
To walk the path of harmony
In sync to the angels’ serenades

Mysterious Grandmother
Beloved midwife and nurse
Your will embraces me in serenity

Hekate, oh Hekate
Great Goddess
The sacred flame of all worlds
Blessed be.

– Self-composed

Deanic Wheel of the Year

Mother Half of the Year:

Rosalia: June 21
The Celestial Mother is the Assumption of Our Souls and the Rose of Joy and the Fiery Rose of Heaven.

Harvest: August 1
The Feast of Grains. Also known as the Feast of Regeneration.

Matralia: September 21
The Feast of the Divine Feminine Trinity and The Dark Mother.

Samhain: November 1
The Feast of the Dead.

Daughter Half of the Year:

Nativity: December 21
The Appearance of the Holy Daughter Who is the Star of Hope, the Midnight Star of Wonder and the Guiding North Star.

Candlemas: February 1
The Feast of Lights. The festival of the Daughter who prepares to bring Light to the World.

Month of Moura: February 20 – March 19
The Shattering of the Divine Soul of the Holy Daughter.

Eastre: March 21
The Holy Daughter rises to becomes the World Soul. She Who is the Dawn of All Life.

May Day: May 1
The Coronation of the Holy Daughter, as the Queen of Heaven.

Janite Rite Calender
The Wheel of the Year in Feminine Religion

Reiki Symbols & Their Correspondences

Usui Reiki Symbols

Power. Traditional Name: Cho Ku Rei
Meaning: “Placing all the powers of the universe here”
Intention: Power
Purposes: Manifestation, increased power, accelerated healing, healing catalyst, protection

Harmony. Traditional Name: Sei Hei Ki
Meaning: “God and man become one”
Intention: Balance
Purposes: Improve memory, emotional healing, mental balance

Distance. Traditional Name: Hon Sha Ze Sha Nen
Meaning: “Having no present, past, or future”
Intention: Timelessness
Purposes: Distance healing, temporal healing, healing karma, spiritual connection

Master. Traditional Name: Dai Ko Myo
Meaning: “Bright shining light”
Intention: Enlightenment
Purposes: Empowerment, soul healing, oneness

Completion. Traditional Name: Raku
Meaning: “Fire serpent”
Intention: Grounding
Purposes: Kundalini healing, hara connection, chakra alignment

Seichem Reiki Symbols

Infinity. Traditional Name: Ta Ku Rei
Meaning: “Flowing of creation”
Intention: Enhancer and Intensifier
Purpose: Aligns to God, nature, and the inner Self. Activates Seichem energy.

The heart. Traditional Name: Mai Yur Ma
Meaning: “Shining everlasting flower of enlightenment”
Intention: Gateway to the soul.
Purposes: Opens the heart to love. Releases grief, sadness, and stress.

O Holy Kore, Daughter of Demeter

O Holy Kore, Daughter of Demeter
Extend to me now your bounteous mercy
Envelop me in your loving embrace
That I may know your love
Vanquish every foe; subdue the evil serpent
Protect me in your starry mantle
And keep me in your Immaculate Heart
Until that day comes
When a new Heaven and a new Earth
Shall rise together in glory—
Watch over your handmaiden
O Holy Daughter
Blessed is She.

– Taken and adapted from the prayer given to Estelle Isaacson by the Being known as Mary-Sophia

The Three Faces of the Goddess

The Daughter:
Names: Aradia, Aurora, Inanna, Kore, Rhiannë, Zoë
Functions: The Divine Maid, The Holy Daughter, The Genetrix, The Sustainer, The Saviour
Symbols: Love, The Moon, The Dove

The Mother:
Names: Azna, Demeter, Diana, Mari, Isis, Sophia
Functions: The Celestial Mother, The Creatrix, The Great Goddess, The Font and Source of all Life
Symbols: Light, The Sun, The Rose, The Star

The Grandmother:
Names: Barbelo, Hecate, Kali, Nut, Rhea, Sige
Functions: The Crone, The Dark Mother, The Matrix, The One Beyond Form, Spirit Herself, The Ground of all Being
Symbols: Life: Saturn, The Fora, The Womb

– Taken and adapted from A Chapel of Our Mother God

The Seven Rays of the Goddess

Archetype: Mother
Titanide: Lady Theia
Goddesses: Aine, Amaterasu, Saule
Attributes: Illumination, Generosity, and Benevolence
Correspondences: Gold, Orange, Sun, Sunday, Sacral chakra
Quarter: Guardian of Above and Aether

Archetype: Priestess
Titanide: Lady Phoebe
Goddesses: Selene, Bastet, Guanyin
Attributes: Reflection, Reason, and Understanding
Correspondences: Silver, Violet, Moon, Monday, Crown chakra
Quarter: Guardian of the Center

Archetype: Shield Maiden
Titanide: Lady Dione
Goddesses: Bellona, Badb, Durga
Attributes: Courage, Bravery, and Valour
Correspondences: Iron, Red, Mars, Tuesday, Root chakra
Quarter: Guardian of the South and Fire

Archetype: Wise Woman
Titanide: Lady Metis
Goddesses: Sophia, Athena, Saraswati
Attributes: Intelligence, Intuition and Creativity
Correspondences: Mercury, Yellow, Mercury, Wednesday, Solar Plexus chakra
Quarter: Guardian of the East and Air

Archetype: Queen
Titanide: Lady Themis
Goddesses: Hera, Isis, Ma’at
Attributes: Law, Order, and Justice
Correspondences: Tin, Blue, Jupiter, Thursday, Throat chakra
Quarter: Guardian of the North and Earth

Archetype: Nymph
Titanide: Lady Tethys
Goddesses: Aphrodite, Hathor, Parvati
Attributes: Blessing, Kindness, and Mercy
Correspondences: Copper, Green, Venus, Friday, Heart chakra
Quarter: Guardian of the West and Water

Archetype: Crone
Titanide: Lady Rhea
Goddesses: Kali, Nut, Hecate
Attributes: Steadfastness, Temperance and Self-restraint
Correspondences: Lead, Indigo, Saturn, Saturday, Third Eye chakra
Quarter: Guardian of Below and Nether

The Madrian Creed

I believe that I am created
from before the dawn of time
by the one eternal Goddess.
I believe that the Goddess is One
and there are none beside Her,
And I believe that She is also Three.

I believe in the Mother,
Who is pure Light,
the Creatrix of the earth and of the heavens
and of all the illimitable cosmos.

And I believe in Her virgin Daughter,
born of the virgin Mother,
the ruler of all the energies of creation,
Whose nature is perfect Love.

And I believe in She that stands beyond these Two,
Whose Name has not been spoken on this earth;
For She is the Beginning and the End,
the First Principle and the Final Cause,
the unoriginated Origin of being.

I believe that I was made a perfect creature;
and at the dawn of time my soul did turn
from the Perfection of existence
in the infirmity of her sovereign will;
And through this fault do I suffer
the limitation of imperfect being.

I believe that the Daughter of Eternity
gave herself to be cast down into darkness and death.
I believe that She rose from death triumphant,
And reigns as Queen of Heaven.

I believe that through Her death
the fault of my soul shall perish,
And I believe through Her triumphant life
My soul shall rise renewed in her perfection,
that she may return to eternal communion
with the one eternal Goddess.

– Taken from the book The Sacred Myths and Rites of the Madrians