14 Maia / May 1: Feast of Coronam, celebrating the Coronation of the Holy Daughter, as the Queen of Heaven

We celebrate our Holy Daughter as Queen of Heaven, received by the children of Heaven and crowned by Her Celestial Mother surrounded by Janae (jan-eye). If you have a statue of our Holy Daughter, do crown Her with flowers or a picture icon can have a paper flower crown added. It is a joyous day and there is a legend that those with joyful hearts can laugh Her flowers [1] for the Queen of Heaven.

Devotees offer a Rite of Sacrifice (Offering):

Preparation, Altar Set-up and Ritual
https://deanic.com/the-rite-of-sacrifice/

What this ritual is all about
https://deanic.com/2017/06/09/what-is-the-rite-of-sacrifice-all-aboutscriptures-part-i/
https://deanic.com/2017/06/09/rite-of-sacrifice-part-ii/

Clergy offer a Liturgy.

Preface for the Holy Daughter on the Feast of Coronam:

P) O, Most Holy, Most Glorious, Most Shining Zoe Sophia; we magnify You in Your greatness. You have come as Our Soteria and You reign eternally as Our Heavenly Queen. Grant that we, as guided by Your Wisdom and filled with Your Grace, be assumed with You unto the Realm of Our High Queen, She Who is the Holy One.

A) Praise be to Thee, O, Supernal Love! All praise to the Queen of Heaven! We bow before You. (Bow)

And a second preface during Maia for our High Queen of Heaven – Celestial Mother:

P) O, Maria Sophia, You our True Mother now and always. As You reign as Our High Queen in the Perfect Realm of the Pleroma, we offer You our love and share with You our sighs; we place in You our hopes and trust You with our sorrows, for You never fail to offer assistance to all who cry unto You. O, You Who are Luminous, Supernal Light, we worship You; we adore You and we thank You.

A) All praise to the High Queen of Heaven! We bow before You. (Bow)

Seasonal and Liturgical Altar Setup:

The candles on the altar (which should be object blessed *) and the veil/hat that we wear during formal prayer and ritual should be pink and green. (Keep in mind, the liturgical colors are the colors of the robes of the Janae. These are colors that are symbolic of Who They Are in Their Spiritual Essence.) The Feast of Coronam altar cloth is the elemental seasonal color of blue. This can be a doily, hankey/handkerchief, table cloth. (Which should be object blessed *). Flowers can be yellow daffodils (trumpets of joyful praise) or pink flowers and green foliage or seasonal.

https://deanic.com/rituals/the-blessing-rite/

For those who wear the Sacred Symbol pendant of the Season, it is, the Dove.

Madrinas and Priestesses will accent their white dresses/robes with accessories (shawl or scarf) in the liturgical colors of pink and green.

The suggested scripture reading is:

The Mythos of the Divine Maid, Chapter 7, verses 10 – 12.

9). And when the time was at hand, two Janae descended, one on either side of Her, and She went with them into Heaven.

10). And the children of Heaven greeted Her, crying: Hail, Princess of the World; Hail, Queen of Heaven. And Her Mother placed a crown of stars about Her head. 11). And the blue night was Her cloak, and the stars of the sky the crown about Her head, and the moon lay at Her feet. And they cried again: Hail, Queen of Heaven.

12). And thus began Her dear and glorious reign. And for the children of Heaven, Her very Presence was the completion of their joy. 13). And She poured forth Her grace and blessing from Her hands upon them and upon the earth. And Her grace and blessing were as rays of perfect Light which penetrate the heart and flood the soul.

[Replaced 10). And they with Her Mother in accordance with our thealogy).

Free download:
http://apronstrings.racemochridhe.com/ece/

(with thanks to the Madrian, independent Déanic & Filianic contributors and editor Mr Race MoChridhe)

November 2017
The Filianic Scriptures, The Eastminster Critical Edition of the Clear Recital
Version: ECE 3rd Edition

Notes:

[1] Holy Daughter: Lily of the valley or European white water lily, white water rose (also Rosa Simpla / simple wild rose or briar-rose or Rosa Canina / dog rose).

https://deanic.com/correspondences-of-the-trinity/ and https://mydevotionstodea.tumblr.com/post/167003443867/symbolism-of-the-holy-trinity-as-flowers

 

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