08 Hathor October 3 – October 30 + Alternative Janite + 2 Alternatives Filiani

Madrian name for the month (1977-2008 [1])

Hathor (Janite: Ourania [2], Alternative Names: Hador [3] and Vois [4])
(pronounced hat-hor)
October 3 – October 30

Serene Mother Ghrian writes: The following indicates how Dea, in her manifestation as Hathor is connected to both the upper word of light and life and the netherworld of darkness and death. Hathor (Greek) Het-Hert (Egyptian) [from het-hert the house above] One of the oldest known Egyptian deities. Het-Hert refers to the sky or heaven, known by the Greeks as Hathor. Originally, Hathor was a cosmic goddess, mother of light — the production of which was considered the opening act in cosmogony, producer of the twin deities Shu and Tefnut (the sky and the moisture of the sky). Later she was regarded as the great Mother, bringing forth all the other deities. Her chief position, however, was goddess of the Underworld, providing the deceased with food and drink.

I have researched the names of the 8th month of the Déanic calendar and concluded the following: The 8th month begins on 03 October and ends on 30 October It is called “The Golden Month” because: The month of October is called “the Golden Month” in art, poetry and song in recognition of the fact that, in the Northern Hemisphere, Mother Nature turns the leaves on many trees to golden yellow during this season of the year. It is called “The Month of Hathor” because: The Egyptian festival dedicated to the goddess Hathor was celebrated on 03 October It is called “The Month of Vac” (or Vois pronounced Voish) a word that means “speech” or “butter”. Latin “vacca”, a cow (French vache) as well as to “vox”, “voice” etc…because: The Hindu goddess Vac has similar attributes to the Egyptian goddess Hathor. Question: What do the goddess Hathor (Egyptian) and Vac (Hindu) have in common? Answer: 1) They are both cow goddesses (nourishing celestial mothers); 2) they are both creative goddesses (mothers of the arts, music, language); and 3) they are both “golden-skinned” goddesses (lifegiving solar mothers).


From Middle English voice, vois, borrowed from Anglo-Norman voiz, voys, voice, Old French vois, voiz (Modern French voix), from Latin vōcem, accusative form of vōx (“voice”), from Proto-Indo-European *wṓkʷs, root noun from the *wekʷ- (“to utter, speak”). Cognate with Sanskrit वाच् (vāc), Ancient Greek ὄψ (óps), Persian آواز‎ (âvâz). Displaced native Middle English steven (“voice”), from Old English stefn (see steven), Middle English rouste (“voice”) from Old Norse raust, and Middle English rearde (“voice”) from Old English reord. Compare advocate, advowson, avouch, convoke, epic, vocal, vouch, vowel.


information gathered by Madria (Priestess) Sophia

The month named as Hathor being the Rosary month (prayer knots or beads).
I discovered why an Egyptian Solar goddess is associated with beads –
Hathor is associated with two objects in particular: the rattle or sistrum and the menit, a necklace of turquoise beads with an elaborate counterpoise.
The menit:

Lady Olivia Robertson
“Once more we ascend. We ascend to the realm of Hathor, Goddess of love. We find here the psychic center of love. Love is the heart beat of the universe. You are love. Each of us is born of the Divine Mother. Ator, Ator … Ator. Now we feel a particular gleam in our heart. We feel divine guidance as to how we may help. Silently say the name of someone you know, who may need healing. Angelic beings help Hathor. Feel this healing for yourselves, now that you have given it to someone else, you can ask it for yourselves.”

[1] In use by 2 Madrian orders:
Ordo Lux Madriana (Order of Light of Mother God Supreme) 1973 – 1983
[still being used in the corrupted household 1985 – 1989]
Ordo Rosa Ekklesia Madriana (Order of Rose of Mother God Supreme) early 1970’s – 2008

[2] Alternative Name in use by Koré Di-Jana Ekklesia a.k.a. Janites
Ourania (pronounced you-rain-e-ah) meaning Heavenly, Cosmic

[3] Alternative Name: Hador (pronounced Ha-dor or Had-or)

Changed by Aristasia 2009 to 1976 names written by 1 of the founders of Ordo Lux Madriana.

Hador is a variant form of the English and Hebrew Hadar.
Hadar is of the meaning glorious.

Hador – Tolkien Gateway
For the etymology of Hador, see the article Hador (word). Hador’s epithet, Lórindol, is Sindarin for “Goldenhead” (from glor- = “golden light” and dôl = “head”), a reference to his golden hair.

Goldenhead by Annalinde Matichei

Also Goblin Market and other poems by Christina Rossetti
(manipulated illustration used in the article “Love The Soul’s Aspiration” by Chrysothemis in The Coming Age periodical issue 11, Summer 1979).
“Golden head by Golden head”

[4] Alternative Name: Vois (pronounced Voo-sh)
In use by Aristasia 2008, Chelouranya & “The Chapel” 2007 – present day